Healthcare

Financial

Management

Association


Job Board

Job Registry Clearinghouse - Listed below are new openings for positions in healthcare finance as submitted by chapter members and other organizations.

(Looking to hire?  Post a job here.)

<< First  < Prev   1   2   3   4   Next >  Last >> 
  • 13 May 2021 1:22 PM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Littleton Regional Healthcare located in Littleton, New Hampshire, (www.littletonhospital.org) is the leading provider of health care services in northern and central New Hampshire. Through its 25-bed Critical Access Hospital, expansive provider network and advanced ancillary services, Littleton Regional Healthcare offers 50+ specialty practice areas, generating $90M in net patient revenue.

    Positioned on the shoulders of New Hampshire’s White Mountains, Littleton is the economic and recreational hub of the New Hampshire North Country. With a vibrant and engaging business community, downtown Littleton was recently recognized as having one of the top small-town downtown areas in the country. This picturesque New England town boasts a myriad of outdoor recreational activities. With Boston and Montreal both within an easy 3 hours, and with convenient access to I-93, Littleton offers the comfort of a small town with access to the amenities of metropolitan cities.

    The new Chief Financial Officer will have the opportunity to collaborate with a talented leadership and management team; well-trained and dedicated medical and clinical staff; and a nursing and support staff committed to quality care. Together, with an engaged Board of Directors, Littleton Regional Healthcare is aligned to provide the best, most affordable health care to the communities served.

    Given the strong ties within the community, and with a significant focus on community-wide coordinated care within a value-based reimbursement model, LRH has positive, mutually supportive relationships with numerous community partner organizations.

    The CFO must have a solid reputation for being a hands-on, “in the weeds” leader with a strong foundation in revenue cycle improvement. This is a visible leadership role both within the hospital and the community at large. The chosen candidate will be able to function at the strategic level with the board, payors, physicians, and state while always having a firm grounding in the daily financial operations of the hospital.

    Organization Overview: Littleton Regional Healthcare has a long history of serving the community. Founded in 1906, the hospital has grown into a regional leader providing patients access to 50+ specialties, pharmacy services, urgent care, the largest orthopedic practice in New Hampshire (The Alpine Clinic – Official Team Physicians for the USA Ski Jumping Team), and substance abuse disorder services through The Doorway program.

    QHR Health is the largest healthcare professional services company for non-urban hospitals and health systems nationwide. QHR Health is focused on helping LRH elevate healthcare across the northern region of New Hampshire by providing a full and evolving suite of shared service, advisory, and hands-on capabilities designed to advance LRH’s financial, operational, and clinical health.

    QHR Health’s mission is to help strengthen independent healthcare organizations across the U.S., allowing them to control their own destiny and serve their community’s healthcare needs at the highest level possible.

    Founded in 1977, QHR Health provides financial, operational, and clinical and practice management solutions to more than 150 independent hospitals and healthcare organizations around the country and has supported an estimated 1,600 organizations throughout its 42-year history. QHR Health maintains a distinct business model with separate operations and a dedicated management team.

    Financial Summary: LRH has positioned themselves with a strong financial base, obtained through investment in technology, services, and medical providers. Through these investments, LRH has built a comprehensive medical center with an impressive array of medical services and specialties offered in multiple locations throughout their service area.

    Goals and Objective: The following represents primary areas of focus and expected impact of the CFO over the first 18-24 months in this role (not listed in order of importance):

    • Strong focus on improving Revenue Cycle operations. This is seen as the most immediate.
    • Utilize best practices and data to identify financial improvement opportunities, improved reimbursement and evaluation of service line growth and business opportunities.
    • Implement and continuous improvement of financial outcomes for the organization.
    • Continue to advance LRH's important mission of serving the community. Actively support and incorporate the mission, vision, culture, and values of LRH into the daily activities of the entire organization: caregivers, programs, and services. The CFO will champion services of the entire health system organization, with inpatient services being one component of the clinical enterprise.
    • Ensure the financial evolution and strength of LRH, supporting initiatives driven by the CEO and board of directors, resulting in a solid, sustainable financial performance.
    • Represent LRH at the local, state, and federal level in advocacy for the needs of the greater LRH community, as needed.
    • Retain, recruit and mentor the financial operations team.
    • Foster a culture of diversity and inclusion and structure programs to highlight the importance of these initiatives.
    • Guide the financial performance of the organization through the next stages of the COVID pandemic.
    • Nurture a positive, collaborative relationship with and within QHR Health. Strike a balance through this partnership that builds trust and collaboration at a variety of levels, while also assessing ways to extract as much value as possible for LRH through this relationship.
    Requirements:
    • 10+ years of hospital financial leadership experience ideally serving in a CFO capacity (experience working as a Controller or Finance VP in a large, progressive organization may also be suitable)
    • Experience leading large, dynamic teams through change
    • Operational knowledge of physician practice management
    • Experience in Critical Access Hospital environments is highly preferred.
    • Politically savvy and intelligent communicator
    • Experience with joint ventures and ASC management would be helpful.
    • In-depth knowledge of third-party reimbursement including managed care contracting and Medicare cost reporting
    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university required, master’s preferred and CPA preferred.
    • Nurture a positive, collaborative relationship with and within QHR Health. Strike a balance through this partnership that builds trust and collaboration at a variety of levels, while also assessing ways to extract as much value as possible for LRH through this relationship.
    • It is expected that the successful candidate be highly involved in and live in the community.
    Leadership Qualities:

    • Ability to build a culture that is recognized for excellence in team member engagement and retention.
    • Passionate about advancing driving financial outcomes and financial improvement across the organization.
    • Focused, respectful leader that challenges LRH to constantly focus on the patient and improve clinical outcomes.
    • Genuine and visible leader; one who is a Servant Leader and consistently demonstrates visibility, humility, honesty, active listening, and a willingness to roll up his/her sleeves and genuinely welcomes input and debate.
    • Track record of building an empowering, supportive, performance, and human development-based culture that puts employees and patients at the center.
    • An authentic, clear, and consistent communication style. Ability to connect easily with every level of LRH constituent.
    The Community: Nestled in the shadow of the New Hampshire’s White Mountains, Littleton is the economic and recreational hub of the North Country. This picturesque New England community offers something for everyone – fine dining and art galleries, unique shops and historic buildings, and a range of outdoor activities for all seasons.

    The downtown Riverwalk meanders along the Ammonoosuc River, across a covered bridge, and past many historic Littleton landmarks. Across Main Street dances a bronze statue of Pollyanna, that icon of gladness whose author, Eleanor Porter, called Littleton home. With the beautiful views and friendly people, Littleton is the gateway to the White Mountains region of New Hampshire.

    Incorporated in 1784, Littleton soon became a commercial and cultural center for New Hampshire’s North Country. Perched on the banks of the Ammonoosuc and Connecticut rivers, Littleton developed first as a mill town, manufacturing a vast array of goods. Today, with a population of around 6,000, it continues to serve as the North Country’s economic core, offering a bustling Main Street, an active commercial center just west of downtown, and a busy Industrial Park.

    The town’s location in the scenic White Mountains and its mix of small-town charm and modern convenience has earned Littleton numerous accolades, including the first New Hampshire Profile Community Award for conveying the state’s spirit of independence and being named a “Top Ten Dream Town” by Outside magazine.

    Contact:

    Robbie Armburst
    mailto:rarmbrust@qhr.com


  • 08 Apr 2021 7:25 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Emerson Hospital, located in Concord, Massachusetts, just 20 miles northwest of Boston, seeks an experienced and dynamic financial executive to serve as the system's next Chief Financial Officer (CFO). The CFO will be a key member of a strong, nimble senior leadership team with a focus on financial and strategic leadership as Emerson Hospital continues to provide high-quality care to the community. Emerson Hospital's collaborative and nimble culture sets it apart from larger, bureaucratic hospitals, and the next CFO will have the support of a talented management team and Board to do the best work of their career. The position provides an opportunity to use one's skills and experience to make an impact to a single community health system that can be career-transforming for the right executive.

    Since 1911, Emerson Hospital has been a trusted not-for-profit, independent healthcare provider in the community. With 179 beds, nearly 1,600 employees, over 400 RNs, and more than 300 physicians, Emerson provides full-service patient care to over 300,000 people across a 25-town service area in a variety of inpatient and outpatient care settings. Emerson is known in the area for tremendous nursing care and strong clinical affiliations with Boston's leading academic medical centers, including Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham Health and Children's Hospital, that have led to world class care for their patients.

    Reporting directly to Christine Schuster, the Chief Executive Officer of Emerson Hospital, the CFO will be in a pivotal role as the organization furthers their strong positioning in the market and surrounding areas. As a key member of the executive team, the Chief Financial Officer will provide leadership and financial oversight for all financial operations. This includes having direct line responsibility for budget and reimbursement, controller’s office, financial reporting, corporate compliance, internal audit, financial planning, revenue cycle, information technology, and managed care contracting. In addition to the financial responsibilities, the CFO will serve as a strategic partner to the CEO, Board, and operations. The CFO should be viewed as an approachable and visible leader, serving as both a mentor to their team while at the same time being seen as a strategic financial executive who can move the organization forward.

    Qualifications: The ideal candidate will bring a wealth of healthcare finance experience to the role and be a seasoned executive who is a strategic thinker, creative problem solver, and a professional of the highest integrity. The qualified candidate will need to be a senior financial executive with at least 10 years of healthcare financial management experience. She/he should have success in developing financial systems within a hospital/medical center where information is provided in a timely fashion and revenues and cash flows are optimized. A Master’s degree in accounting, finance, business, healthcare administration or economics, or a CPA is required. Prior experience as a CFO or a Vice President of Finance is required.

    Confidential inquiries, nominations and expressions of interest can be submitted to the WittKieffer Candidate Portal by clicking here. For additional questions, please contact Tom Quinn, through the office of Trey Wilson, via email at twilson@wittkieffer.com.

  • 03 Mar 2021 7:44 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: WittKieffer is partnered with MaineGeneral Health in the search for a dynamic, distinguished leader to serve as its new Senior Finance Director.

    MaineGeneral Health is a comprehensive community healthcare delivery system with approximately $560 million in net revenues, serving patients from 88 cities and towns through the Kennebec Valley region of Maine. MaineGeneral Health features a medical center with two campuses: the Alfond Center for Health in Augusta, which provides both inpatient and outpatient care, and the Thayer Center for Health in Waterville, which provides comprehensive outpatient care along with a 24/7 emergency department. In addition to the medical center, MaineGeneral Health also supports the Harold Alfond Center for Cancer Care and the Kennebec Region Health Alliance PHO. The vast majority of physicians practicing within MaineGeneral Health are employed by the organization.

    Qualifications: The Senior Finance Director is a critical and key member of our leadership team reporting directly to the CFO and primarily responsible for reimbursements, managing payer contracts and financial modeling. The incumbent will be part of the senior finance team built upon deep knowledge and experience with exceptional technical and analytical skills.

    • Minimum five to ten years of significant healthcare financial planning & analysis experience.
    • Maine State Licensure as Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is required.
    • Master's degree or advanced degree in related field is preferred.
    • Financial modeling and strong analytical skills required.
    All applications, inquiries, and nominations are welcome via the WittKieffer Candidate Portal or e-mail to mmorton@wittkieffer.com All communication is strictly confidential.

    Melinda Morton
    617-653-4141
    mmorton@wittkieffer.com
  • 25 Jan 2021 7:45 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center has partnered with WittKieffer for an Executive Director, Patient Financial Services (PFS). Located in Buffalo, New York, Roswell Park is one of the nation’s leading cancer research and treatment centers and is one of the few NCI designated comprehensive cancer and research centers. The main campus occupies 25 acres in downtown Buffalo and consists of the main hospital, ambulatory clinics, and physician offices as well as numerous basic science and clinical research buildings. In addition, there are suburban locations and clinical affiliations with several community oncology practices and hospitals throughout the region.

    The Executive Director, Patient Financial Services (PFS) will be responsible for managing and optimizing the quality and efficiency of patient services and reimbursement activities at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center. This will include technical billing and collections, cash and remittance posting, denials management, coding, and financial counseling throughout the facility.

    Qualifications:

    • A Bachelor's degree in business administration, accounting or related field is required and a Master's degree is preferred.
    • A minimum of ten years of revenue cycle or related field experience with at least seven years of supervisory experience. Experience in a hospital business office with a demonstrated record of progressively increasing responsibility is preferred.
    • Proven leadership and experience in patient financial services, including financial counseling, coding, and patient accounting.
    Please direct all applications, nominations, and inquiries the WittKieffer Candidate Portal at https://candidateportal.wittkieffer.com/description?jobID=22132 or by email to: RoswellParkDirPFS@wittkieffer.com
  • 13 Jan 2021 6:50 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Working under the supervision of the Administrative Director of Revenue Cycle, the Director PFS has direct oversight for the Billing, Collections, Customer Service and Cash Application units.

    Responsible for operation and management of the Accounts Receivable. Coordinate the daily activities related to the planning, implementing and maintaining all functions pertinent to PFS area. Meet Performance goals to include cash, A/R Days, production by area, and denial reduction. Monitor changes in the healthcare industry impacting billing and collection efforts for the organization.

    Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Administration, Business or Finance required. MBA or MHA preferred.

    Experience

    • A minimum of 5 years demonstrated leadership experience in billing in a manager level or above role in a healthcare setting.
    • Extensive knowledge of government and commercial payer requirements to ensure accurate and compliant charging and billing of hospital inpatient, outpatient, surgical and ancillary services.
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to interact effectively with all levels within the organization.
    • Mastery of hospital revenue cycle operations.
    • Knowledge of reimbursement methodologies.
    • Knowledge of regulatory publications, how to access and interpret.
    • Excellent analytical, organizational, and research skills required.

    Contact:

    Wendy Dumais
    mailto:wdumais@crhc.org

  • 07 Jan 2021 5:58 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: WittKieffer has been retained by Lifespan located in Providence, RI, to identify the organization's next Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

    With $2.1 billion net patient revenues, Lifespan is the state's first and largest health system. Lifespan is an academic health system affiliated with Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Lifespan's partners include Rhode Island Hospital, including Rhode Island Hospital's pediatric division, Hasbro Children's Hospital, The Miriam Hospital, Bradley Hospital, Newport Hospital, and Gateway Healthcare.

    In September 2020, LifeSpan and Care New England announced a letter of intent to merge. This combined system will create a Rhode Island-based, nonprofit academic medical center with Brown University. The new system will include seven hospitals, offering a full complement of specialty, women’s and children’s, and behavioral health, and visiting nurse services, research, and education. More than 23,500 employees will serve the people of Rhode Island and Southeastern New England, from prenatal care and delivery to elder care. While next stage regulatory steps will take place in 2021, if approved, this merger will even further expand the impact of this leadership role in helping integrate these two health systems.

    Reporting directly to the President and Chief Executive Officer of Lifespan, Timothy Babineau, M.D., the CFO will lead all matters related to finance across the health system. The CFO is responsible for advising and supporting the executive team and Board of Directors. The CFO will enhance the role that finance will play in developing and advancing strategies, while also ensuring standard and accurate reporting capabilities are embedded within Lifespan. The CFO will play a key role in operational excellence and performance improvement activities, and look for ways to enhance overall efficiencies through benchmarking and standardization. She/he will ensure there is financial rigor and seamless coordination of business plans, pro forma development, and all growth related activities. This position is strongly oriented toward establishing a transparent, collaborative, strategic partner role with the executive leadership team, finance team, and Board of Directors.

    The next CFO will be a strong leader and mentor with a proven track record of leading high-performing, service-oriented organizations, as well as relishing dual transformation in the areas of cost containment and growth. Stylistically, the CFO will be both collaborative and decisive, contributing broadly across Lifespan. The CFO will need to be equally comfortable presenting to the Board of Directors and local operating unit teams. Providing balance between strategic and operational finance will be critical to the future success of this executive. The next CFO needs to have the ability to function effectively in a fast-paced environment with a rapidly growing health system, and enjoy making a meaningful impact through their efforts.

    Interested parties should direct all nominations and resumes to the consultants supporting this search, Paul Bohne, Tom Quinn, and Keshia Harris through the WittKieffer Candidate Portal at https://candidateportal.wittkieffer.com/description?jobID=22094.

    For additional questions, please contact Keshia Harris preferably via email at kharris@wittkieffer.com.


  • 21 Dec 2020 12:17 PM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Our client, Lawrence General Hospital, a nationally recognized regional medical center, seeks a dynamic finance executive to join the organization as a Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer (CFO). This key senior leader is responsible for the financial stewardship and direction for Lawrence General and its entities through effective business leadership, strategy development, internal controls, operating and capital budget development, revenue cycle, strategic financial planning, monitoring and management. This is an outstanding opportunity for a senior financial leader to make a difference in a gateway city serving a diverse population.

    The Chief Financial Officer will guide and direct the financial operations and financial strategy for the organization, functioning as a strategic partner to the Chief Executive Officer and to the executive leadership team. The CFO will establish strong relationships throughout Lawrence General in order to promote teamwork; he/she will drive business strategy initiatives and lead the finance function to provide proactive guidance, consultation and support to the operations team in the attainment of their business objectives and financial performance commitments. The Chief Financial Officer plays an active role with the Board of Trustees, in addition to staffing the Board Finance Committee, the CFO interacts with the Board at large and directly with most other committees.

    Requirements:

    • A bachelor’s degree in an appropriate discipline (accounting/finance) and a master’s degree in business administration, finance, or related field is required; a CPA is desirable.
    • Minimum of eight years of progressively responsible financial management experience within a complex health care setting.
    • Demonstrated competence in building and leading an effective and cohesive financial division.
    • Prior experience working effectively with and making presentations to a Board of Trustees.
    • Well-versed in healthcare finance, including reimbursement, billing procedures, managed care, payer contracting, and compliance.
    • Knowledge of the application of information technology for business and financial operations as well as the implementation of healthcare informatics.
    Confidential inquiries and referrals please contact:

    Lisa Reid
    Executive Search and Recruitment
    Madison Miles
    781-943-1728
    Lisa.Reid@MadisonMiles.com


  • 16 Dec 2020 2:53 PM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Maine Medical Center is seeking a Financial Analyst in Portland. The overall purpose and function of the job is to complete specific assigned responsibilities as it relates to budgets, and financial planning. The position is responsible for supporting and assuring accurate preparation of division operating budgets and serves as support for operational departments and assists in the support of Service Lines. Along with the Financial Planning Manager, this position supports the annual operating and capital budget process and ongoing variance and financial reporting.

    Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance.
    • Knowledge of accounting, finance, and reimbursement principles normally acquired through completion of a degree program in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or related field.
    • Three to five years of experience in accounting or finance and the analysis of financial statements and reports, or equivalent experience in a healthcare setting. Experience in a health care environment preferred.
    • Ability to function within a rapid time period.
    • Analytical skills to collect pertinent information necessary to analyze complex problems, formulate sound solutions and implement those solutions.
    • Ability to organize workload to meet deadlines.
    • Knowledge of principles and practices of hospital financial management preferred.
    • Knowledge of the principles and practices of hospital administration.
    • Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, financial computing, and an ability to quickly acquire a working understanding of Maine Medical Center’s financial software.
    • Interpersonal skills necessary to communicate effectively with both internal and external personnel in multiple disciplines, on a variety of complex issues.
    To apply, please click here or visit www.careersatmainehealth.org.

    About Maine Medical Center: Maine Medical Center is a complete healthcare resource for the people of greater Portland, the entire state of Maine and Northern New England. With a history dating back to 1864, Maine Medical Center is the state’s largest medical center and the flagship facility of MaineHealth, with 637 beds and more than 7,000 employees. In addition, we have achieved Magnet™ status in recognition of our commitment to the highest standards of nursing excellence. Maine Medical Center’s unique role as both a community hospital and a referral center requires an unparalleled depth and breadth of services, including the state’s only medical school, through a partnership with Tufts University School of Medicine, and a world-class biomedical research center, the Maine Medical Center Research Institute.

    Inside and out, you’ll find what you’re looking for when you join Maine Medical Center. As the largest hospital in northern New England, MMC is committed to helping you grow professionally throughout your career. From tuition assistance and scholarships, to ongoing education, leadership training, mentoring and promotion opportunities, we offer the resources you need to achieve your career goals.

    MaineHealth values diversity and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Federal and state laws prohibit discrimination in employment because of race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status.
  • 11 Nov 2020 7:54 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: North Country Healthcare (NCH) is seeking a Chief Financial Officer who will provide financial leadership to a rural critical access system in northern New Hampshire. Created in 2014, NCH is a unique and innovative healthcare system whose members are three critical access hospitals and a home care and hospice organization. This is a unique opportunity to build an integrated financial structure and the processes to improve on solid financial performance for these individual entities.

    Headquartered in Whitefield, NH, North Country Healthcare was named a Best Place to Work in Healthcare by Modern Healthcare in 2020. This non-profit organization is dedicated to providing healthcare services to the people in northern New Hampshire and the surrounding communities. The Chief Financial Officer will be a key member of the management team and will provide leadership and oversight for the health system’s accounting and finance functions, including general accounting, financial controls, internal/external financial accounting and reporting policy, audit, health information management and patient access, IT, payroll, revenue cycle, treasury, managed care, purchasing and budgeting/financial planning functions and efforts. He/she will manage the budget and use financial data to make recommendations to support decision-making, ensuring the long-term financial viability of the organization.

    The ideal candidate will have experience within a Critical Access Hospital (CAH), with multi-hospital system leadership preferred. He/she should have a minimum of 10 years in a senior financial leadership role within a rural community or regional-based acute care hospital setting. Successful experience creating a finance shared service platform and having supported the development of a multi-hospital system is preferred.

    Priorities include the need to quickly and effectively, build relationships and credibility with the senior leadership team for the system and hospitals, boards, and staff. The new CFO should be visible and engaged throughout the organization and develop strong working relationships with key stakeholders. In addition, the CFO will create a Central Business Office moving the organization toward a centralized shared service model starting with revenue cycle and purchasing. Identify opportunities and implement initiatives that will reduce costs across the system through economies of scale and eliminating redundancy.

    Please direct all nominations, applications of interest, and CVs and resumes to Julie Rosen, Tom Quinn, and John Fazekas via WittKieffer's candidate portal. Inquiries may also be made by email to jfazekas@wittkieffer.com.

  • 22 Oct 2020 6:36 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Lead 100 FTEs as Interim Sr. Director of Financial Revenue Cycle/Finance at a Hospital Outside Boston!

    The Position:

    • The Interim Sr. Director will oversee approximately 100 FTEs and the patient financial services, revenue cycle, and finance functions at a hospital.
    • Reporting to the CFO, this leader must bring extensive experience in both revenue cycle and patient financial services, as well as a background with Epic.
    • Bachelor’s required; Master’s preferred.
    • Seeking a leader that is local to the Boston metro area.
    The Community:
    • Cambridge, Massachusetts, is across the Charles River from Boston and is home to Harvard University. Harvard Square is known for its charming neighborhoods, sidewalk cafes, cool boutiques, and eclectic music scene.
    • Boston offers a unique mix of historic culture and modern change – vibrant and diverse business sector, prestigious colleges and universities, unrivaled hospitals, world-renowned museums, rich history, and close proximity to the beaches of Cape Cod and the White and Green Mountains!
    • The “Bay State” is the home of two professional baseball teams, as well as professional basketball, hockey, and soccer teams. Sports fans can also visit the Sports Museum of New England, The Basketball Hall of Fame, and the Volleyball Hall of Fame.
    • Boston has a thriving music scene – summer nights are brought to life with free concerts at the Hatch Shell and annual festivals celebrating new artists.
    • When walking through the historic city of Boston, notice red bricks along several sidewalks - these bricks outline the “Freedom Trail,” a built-in map that takes you to all the historical landmarks.
    Interim Leadership with B.E. Smith
    • Interim leadership gives you the chance to make immediate and lasting improvements. Learn more about being a B.E. Smith interim leader.
    • The industry’s best Interim Leaders and Consultants choose B.E. Smith because of the firm's innovative employment model. The employment relationship is structured to provide you all the benefits of employment, while maintaining the flexibility you enjoy as an independent contractor.
    • Upon accepting engagements, you may become eligible for a variety of benefits, including access to medical, dental and vision insurance; life insurance; AD&D; and a flexible spending account (The availability of some benefits depends on the type and duration of the engagement).
    • You are an employee of B.E. Smith. Taxes are withheld and B.E. Smith covers the employer portion of your FICA.
    • Each interim healthcare executive job has different travel requirements. Your travel, lodging and business expenses are covered by B. E. Smith and the client.
    • In a standard Interim Leadership arrangement, the client pays for travel home every other weekend.
    • The client will also provide you with a rental car, as well as lodging that is clean, safe and in close proximity to the organization. Each is furnished and has a kitchen.
    • Some positions have specific licensing requirements. Check out our compact nursing license map for details!

    To apply: https://www.besmith.com/job-details/cambridge-ma-revenue-cycle-1856507/

<< First  < Prev   1   2   3   4   Next >  Last >> 
Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software