Mgr Finance

Company Name:
Novant Health
Mgr Finance
Job Description
Location: Charlotte, NC
Job Summary:
The employee's Number One Job responsibility is to deliver the most remarkable patient experience, in every dimension, every time, and understand how he or she contributes to the health system's vision of achieving that commitment to patients and families.
Responsible for analysis related to the operational activities of the Greater Charlotte Market, including but not limited to, developing and overseeing the productivity of clinical staffing, assist with return on investments related to capital acquisitions and retrospective analysis, product line analysis, working with clinical leaders to help in new business development, and assist with month end close as needed.
: A business/finance or accounting degree required. Master's degree preferred.
: Healthcare experience preferred. Minimum of two years Public accounting/consulting experience preferred. Two years management experience required.
Additional Skills Required
: Documented analytical skills: must be able to absorb large amounts of data; will reach sound business conclusions without getting "analysis paralysis". Financial acumen and general business savvy: will be strong financially and committed to seeing that Novant Health remains fiscally sound. Excellent communication skills: must be able to elicit the real issues and be adept at presenting his/her ideas orally and in writing. Proven ability to work collaboratively within your organization; exceptional interpersonal skill and a highly professional demeanor. High energy level: someone who understands the urgency of meeting the organization's needs; a sleeve-up style that is comfortable doing and delegating.

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