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Chief Financial Officer, Atrium Health Floyd

Charlotte, NC, United States
Job ID: 33607
Job Family: Executives
Status: Full Time
Shift: Day
Shift Details: Regular
Department Name: 51011028342318-Executive Recruitment
Location: Atrium Corporate Operations


Atrium Health Floyd Summary:
Floyd has been providing care in Rome, GA for more than 75 years. Atrium Health Floyd consists of a 304-bed acute care hospital, a 25-bed critical access hospital, a 53-bed behavioral health center, a 60-bed hospital in Centre, Alabama. Atrium Health Floyd has a Primary Care network, many ancillary and outpatient service providers. 
Our Mission, Vision, and Culture Commitments
To improve health, elevate hope and advance healing – for all.
    Vision: To be the first and best choice for care.
    Culture Commitments: We recognize that employees are our most valuable asset. We have identified five Culture Commitments, built through the input of thousands of our teammates, as our guideposts for how we care for our patients and each other, every day.
    We create a space where all Belong
    We Work as One to make great things happen
    We earn Trust in all we do
    We Innovate to better the now and create the future
    We drive for Excellence - always


Living in Northwest Georgia:
Southern hospitality, natural beauty and a sense of community make Northwest Georgia the kind of place where people love to stop and stay – a small-town feel with easy access to several metro areas.
You can go hiking one day, take in a play the next and then easily drive to Atlanta or Chattanooga for a change of pace.
The Coosa Valley region sits in the middle of a triangle formed by Atlanta, Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Birmingham, Alabama. At the center of this region is Rome, home to Floyd Medical Center and a health care hub where family medicine providers and specialists base their practices. Rome offers a vibrant nightlife in a rejuvenated downtown with fine dining, local music and the oldest symphony in the Southeast.
Once a month from May through July, a Saturday block party is held in the downtown area, often featuring music, food and kid-friendly fun. The Rome International Film Festival provides an eclectic mix of shorts and full-length films at the Historic Desoto Theatre on Broad Street. The theater is also home to Rome Little Theatre, a community-based organization that performs throughout the year.
The Chiaha Harvest Fair opens for a weekend each fall, promoting regional craftsmen and artisans. The five-day Coosa Valley Fair is held each October, offering rustic livestock shows for kids, a cheerleading exhibition and carnival rides.
Rome City Schools and Floyd County Schools consistently score above the state average on major standardized tests. There are also a variety of private school options, including Berry College Elementary and Middle School, Darlington School, Montessori School of Rome, Providence Preparatory Academy, St. Mary's Catholic School and Unity Christian. Rome is also home to Berry College, Georgia Highlands College, Shorter University and Georgia Northwestern Technical College.

Position Summary:
Reporting to the EVP, Chief Financial Officer-Atrium Health with a dotted-line to the President & CEO, Atrium Health Floyd the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) – Atrium Health Floyd will serve as the key financial advisor to the CEO, executive team and the Board.  The CFO is accountable for the finance functions at Atrium Health Floyd, which include assisting the CEO with overall strategic and financial direction, financial monitoring/oversight, and budget preparation/monitoring.  As a teammate within Atrium Health’s Enterprise Shared Service (ESS) finance function, the CFO will partner with ESS finance leaders to ensure the integrity/transparency of AH Floyd’s revenue cycle, cash management, accounting, financial reporting and budgeting/forecasting.  He/she will be active and visible in hospital operations and will serve as a go-to -executive for the CEO regarding financial matters.  The CFO will make presentations to the Board and will work closely with the Finance Committee.  He/she will successfully navigate the corporate relationships within Atrium Health.  
Relocation and onsite presence are necessary for the position. (Relocation assistance will be provided)

Key Responsibilities:
    Analyzes, monitors, and presents results of financial operations to the CEO, Atrium Health Floyd executive team, Atrium Health, local Finance Committee and Board of Trustees.
    Conducts monthly financial reviews of entity spending and revenue to minimize organizational risk of deficits; provides linkage of financial operating results to the CEO and executive team.
    Works closely with the CEO and other executive team members in preparing and interpreting financial data, reviewing on-going operations, developing and analyzing business models, evaluating investments and recommending workable proposals, and formulating goals and policies regarding the financial control and administration of the company’s assets.
    Works collaboratively with functional area leaders within Atrium Health Floyd to assess, and when appropriate, implement best practice programs and methods. 
    Directs development of organization’s long-term financial plans by proactively determining future projections, trends and scenarios that are useful for strategic planning and management.
    Serves as a strong voice in risk assessment on project funding, allocation priorities and the ability to meet goals/outcomes given financial health of the organization.
    Oversees the tax, regulatory and contract preparation and reporting process of Atrium Health Floyd and all related entities.


    Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, business administration or equivalent discipline is required.
    Master’s degree preferred in finance, accounting, business administration OR certification as a public accountant.
Work Experience:
    A minimum of 10 years of healthcare delivery system administration; diverse portfolio with hospital and large medical group finance leadership roles.
    Not for-profit hospital experience is strongly desired 
    Be comfortable working in a highly matrixed environment
    Experience working in a structure which includes corporate and specific entity relationships, with an ability to balance the needs of both.

Critical Success Factors:
 Within the first 6 months, establish sustainable relationships within the finance team, CEO, and Atrium Health partners. Develop a solid working knowledge of current business finance opportunities and strategies for Atrium Health Floyd.
    Within the first year, positively contribute and advance the finance team and environment.
    Within 2 years, demonstrate an enhanced level of autonomy and a proven track record of achieving and exceeding goals, capabilities advancements and operational performance for the department and the regional health system.

Enterprise Leadership Imperatives:
Thinks Critically and Strategically
   Recognizes the strategic issues facing their areas of responsibility and Atrium Health as a whole.
    Engages in rigorous problem definition, data collection, and analysis, then makes well-informed decisions in a timely manner.
    Connects the dots in complex business situations and distills their essence into actionable insights.
    Sees the big picture and has a long-term perspective, while balancing it against short-term realities.
    Identifies potential scenarios, assesses risks and ways to mitigate them, and charts the best path forward.
Envisions and Enacts the Future
    Creates a compelling vision of an achievable future.
    Communicates simply and powerfully why change is necessary.
    Mobilizes people and organizational resources to realize their vision.
    Catalyzes innovation and builds adaptive capabilities.
    Is a committed steward of the Atrium Health culture.
Connects and Collaborates Across and Beyond Atrium Health
Recognizes the critical importance of integration and collaboration in achieving high performance.
    Convenes and nurtures cross-system teams, and works effectively in the “white spaces.”
    Seeks win-win outcomes and puts the well-being of the patient and the overall organization first.
    Leads effectively across cultures.
Builds and Leads Inclusive, High-performing Leadership Teams
 Understands the value of diversity in teams and seeks to get the best out of all people.
    Gets the right people in the right roles, then aligns and energizes them to achieve excellence.
    Establishes trust and creates a culture of psychological safety to enable candid debate.
    Builds consensus; decides when necessary.
    Delivers outstanding results through others.
Understands and Shapes the External Environment
 Is deeply knowledgeable about patient needs, the Atrium Health business model, and the competitive, political and social environments in which the organization operates.
    Understands the importance of actively engaging with and shaping these environments.
    Identifies, assesses and builds relationships with key stakeholders.
    Is proactive in identifying potential threats and opportunities and adapts rapidly in the face of changing circumstances.
    Mobilizes and directs supporting capabilities in public affairs, communications and government relations to achieve desired outcomes.
Builds Talent for and Across the System
 Demonstrates personal accountability for developing future generations of Atrium Health leaders who reflect the diversity of the communities we serve.
    Engages actively with colleagues in assessing and developing executive talent, focusing both on competencies and character.
    Identifies future skillset needs, then recruits and develops people to meet those needs.
    Invests time in coaching and mentoring high-potentials for success.
    Is a role model, embodying the best of Atrium Health’s cultures.