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Chief Financial Officer

St. Petersburg, FL 33713

Posted: 01/25/2024 Job Number: 1765814

Job Description

Statement of Purpose: This position oversees all aspects of finance, budgeting, grants, audit and financial reporting for the organization.  The CFO is responsible for the collaborative development, analysis, and monitoring of the annual operating budget. The CFO actively participates with the CEO and members of the executive team, for all strategic matters as they relate to budget management, cost benefit analysis, financial statements, forecasting needs and the securing of new funding.

Primary Responsibilities:

• Provides leadership, direction, and support to the Finance team – directly to the Director of Finance and Payroll & Accounting Specialist, indirectly to Grant Accountants, Staff Accountant, Bookkeeper, and Accounting Support Specialists/File Clerks.

• In collaboration with the Senior Director of Revenue Cycle, oversee facets related to financial reporting, accounts receivable, cash posting, charge capture, and payment collections. 

• Manage and oversee the 340b pharmacy program accounting, program income, compliance, and all fiscal related matters to the program, including analysis and evaluation.  

• Responsible for fiscal oversight, financial reporting, forecasting and analytics related to the in-house Pharmacy. 

• Lead and coordinate all aspects of financial audit(s) and ensure full compliance with all funding sources and federal, state, local requirements.

• Ensures submission of financial reports timely and management of all contracts/grants, contracts and fiscal management.

• Responsible for all financial accounting and reporting, policy and procedures, and internal controls of the department.

• Ensure that the finance team maintains financial record systems in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and oversees the use of all funds.

• Prepare monthly and annual financial statements, and other analysis, for reporting to the CEO and Board of Directors.

• Manage and oversee all banking accounts’ functions including transfers (rent, 340B activity), monitor balances, credit cards, review bank reconciliations.

• Complete and prepare all regulatory reports including but not limited to UDS, Medicare Cost Repot, Medicaid, IRS Form 990, state tax returns.

• Provide guidance and/or complete new and renewal grant budgets when needed.

• Responsible for establishing, maintaining, revising, Finance policy and procedures, including ensuring sufficient delineation and controls, and process improvement.

• Responsible for the recruitment, training, development, and evaluation of the Fiscal Department.

• Participates in the organization’s Risk & QI/QA Committees, strategic planning, Board Finance Committee, and executive and senior level planning and activities.

Education/Professional Experience:

• CPA required.

• Minimum 7 years’ experience as a CFO in FQHC or FQHC-LA and non-profit sector.

• Must have at least 10 years of public finance experience supporting senior leadership in day-to-day financial management.

• Must evidence strong experience in areas of audit, compliance, FQHC, 340B, Pharmacy, budget development/management, Revenue Cycle, and Grants (federal, state, other)

• Minimum of 7 years’ experience with proven effectiveness leading, coaching, and developing professionals in finance and accounting.

Knowledge, Skills and Competencies Required:

• Demonstrated resourcefulness in setting priorities, proposing and implementing new process efficiencies, and guiding investment in people and systems.

• Solid general ledger systems experience, Excel, and MS Office Suite are necessary.

• Excellent analytical and critical thinking skills 

• Exceptional verbal and written communication skills

• Hands-on management with integrity, collaborative spirit, flexible style, and a desire to work in a dynamic, mission-driven environment.

• Ability to recognize and adhere to professional boundaries and standards in all interactions and communications.

• Must be highly independent, take initiative and work as part of a multi-disciplinary team.


• Must possess and maintain valid Florida driver’s license and proof of insurance.

• Must have reliable and accessible auto vehicle.

• Must pass necessary fingerprinting, Level II background checks and employment eligibility verification through the U. S. Department of Homeland Security’s E-Verify system, https://e-

Meet Your Recruiter

McKenna Hackney
Project Coordinator

Born and raised in Bellingham, WA, Kenna moved down to Oregon in 2018 to attend the University of Oregon, where she got her undergraduate degree in Business Operations and Analytics. She’s long known that in her career, she wants to be contributing to the “greater good”, whether that be in regard to environmental justice, social justice, or simply helping a fellow human. She’s beyond proud to be doing just that in her work at UHC Solutions.

Outside of the office, Kenna can be found running, skiing, and often making the drive from Portland to Eugene to cheer on the Ducks.

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