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Controller-Independent Mid-Size Medical Practice

By October 18, 2021 No Comments

Kent Employment Solutions is kicking off a new Controller recruitment today! We seek a solid financial leader to take the reins from the retiring Head of F&A who has been with the practice from the beginning for this thriving NW Independent Medical Practice, Columbia Anesthesia Group.

The ideal candidate possesses a Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, business administration, and a minimum of 5 years of senior-level accounting and financial leadership working with a small to midsized growing professional services firm.  Experience with complex commissions structure and multistate payroll expertise required.  This hands-on F&A leadership role, not one of pure oversite, is ideally suited for someone who loves continuous improvement.

Why join Columbia Anesthesia Group – CAG?

  • Work with a group of fun, authentic, respectful Doctors
  • Flexible work arrangements since we all have family and lives outside of work
  • Low turnover, do great work with people you genuinely like
  • Salary $120-150K DOE and 10% bonus potential, 4 weeks’ vacation, great benefits including 401K on your first day

Our client, Columbia Anesthesia Group (CAG), is a vibrant independent medical group with an easy-going, respectful, and playful atmosphere seeking an authentic and collaborative Leader to join the team.  If this sounds like you, reach out to us today.

SCOPE

Reporting to the President, the Controller is fully responsible for all day-to-day finance and accounting functions, taxation, and reporting, as well as continuous improvements and forecasting.  The Controller manages a small team consisting of an accounting clerk, billing liaison, and a payroll/HR specialist (who you will help hire).  The Controller is also responsible for special projects, cross-training, and increasing internal controls.

Three near term project goals include:

  • Identifying a financial institution better aligned with company values and changing all business banking relationships
  • Modernize the AP reimbursement process with a focus on both ease and accuracy
  • Streamline compensation calculations, and reduce overall payroll processing time

  DAY to DAY

  • Oversee all accounting and financial functions, close process, including budgets, financial reporting, tax, and audit
  • Supervise AP/AR and billing functions
  • Prepare complex spreadsheets detailing production, revenue, overhead, and other data
  • Manage and process payroll (until you identify and onboard the right Payroll Specialist), including multifaceted compensation formulas from eight or more revenue streams
  • Perform monthly, quarterly and annual reconciliations of bank and credit card accounts; review financial reports/support as necessary
  • Calculate and track benefits including HSA, healthcare, and 401K deferrals
  • Prepare and report on financial status, including income statement variances
  • Maintain regular communication with bankers, investment advisors, custodians of company funds, regulators, and auditors
  • Assess financial performance, develop long-range financial plans, and establish company-wide financial and administrative objectives, policies, programs, and practices
  • Maintain a current understanding of GAAP and State and Federal Statutory reporting requirements.
  • Manage all aspects of internal and external audits

Necessary Qualifications, Experience, & Qualities

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Business Administration
  • 5+ years finance/Accounting leadership experience in similar relevant industries such as Architecture/Engineering, Private Practice Legal (Law Firm), Medical, Dental, or Professional Consulting Services
  • Proven payroll proficiency, with an emphasis on streamlining to reduce time to calculate compensation from 5 days while still ensure the utmost accuracy
  • Exemplary history of financial project management
  • Leadership experience, Mentor, and coach
  • Robust working knowledge of finance and regulatory standards (GAAP)
  • Strong understanding of economic and banking processes.
  • Ability to drive process continuous improvements, streamlining and improving accuracy simultaneously
  • Experience managing banking, insurance, investment, audit, and regulatory relationships, policies, and practices
  • Superior analytical skills and attention to detail, Excel skills, and automated ERP such as SAGE or similar software
  • Positive, Accountable, and Authentic demeanor
    • A CPA is preferred but not required

 ABOUT OUR CLIENT

Our Client Columbia Anesthesia Group, CAG, was founded in 1991 and serves southwest Washington and Portland.  The practice is comprised of 69 providers and over 30 CRNAs and HQ in Vancouver, WA.  Columbia Anesthesia’s goal from inception has been to provide quality anesthesia care for the people of Southwest Washington and Portland and strive for the continued improvement of anesthesia care in our community.

 A Few Perks

  • Stable, growing private practice, with very low turnover and long term staff tenure
  • Vancouver office
  • Position of high visibility and influence on a collaborative, respectful team
  • Tremendous potential for innovation and process improvement
  • Opportunity to return to an independent practice if your group became part of a large HCS
  • Attractive benefits, 401K, and PTO

Compensation – $120-150K Annually DOE plus Bonus Potential of 10%

Kent Employment Solutions is exclusively retained to handle this search.  We are sourcing, screening, and vetting any potential candidates. We appreciate you respecting the process.

Wendy Kent

Wendy Kent

Wendy is the founder of Kent Employment Solutions. Learn More