Organize, direct and supervise business office functions and staff.
Coordinate business office functions with other departments.
Prepare and submit reports on a timely basis to the governing body as required and as directed.
Compile and maintain accurate statistics as required.
Maintain the facility insurance program including workers’ compensation, disability, health insurance, pensions and annuities as required and directed.
Maintain an accurate resident census.
Maintain accurate resident accounts for Medicare, Medicaid and private residents.
Communicate and work cooperatively with fiscal intermediaries, accountants, auditors, cost report preparers and private insurance companies.
Communicate and work cooperatively with facility vendors, suppliers and contractors.
Develop an accurate accounts receivable and accounts payable documentation and retrieval system.
Evaluate need for and refer delinquent accounts to collection agencies and organize a system for collection of accounts on a regular basis and when delinquent.
Evaluate residents’ financial status and make appropriate recommendations to approve or disapprove extension of credit.
Analyze billings and submit appropriate statements to Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance companies or private paying entities.
Prepare financial reports and report to the board.
Degree in Accounting, Finance. CPA required
Two years progressively responsible experience in bookkeeping
Experience preparing financial reports
Experience with information technology, including Microsoft Office Products.
Experience with proprietary software used in long term care highly desired
Demonstrated managerial and supervisory experience and skill
Knowledge and skill working with Medicare/Medicaid highly desired
Cannot have been convicted of any crimes related to any services to be provided under this job description, including, but not limited to, moral turpitude, assault or violence.
Possess personal qualities that enable the employee to maintain good interpersonal relationships with employees and residents within the facility.
Must have excellent oral and written skills.
Must be able to speak and understand the English language or a language understood by a substantial portion of the facility’s residents.
Develop, implement and maintain systems to collect, document accurate, complete admission data.
Develop, implement and maintain systems to assure prompt retrieval of resident information.
Develop, implement and maintain systems to assure confidentiality of resident information.
Determine the staffing needs of the business department and hire sufficient staff.
Develop and implement a monitoring system to assure compliance with federal, state and local requirements.
Develop and implement systems to operate the facility in a financially sound manner.
Serve as liaison between the corporation Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer and outside financial entities.
Additional Salary Information: Pay commensurate with experience
Internal Number: 1800
About Northfield Retirement Communities, Inc.
Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs) allow retirement aged people to enjoy their golden years with flexible accommodations that are designed to meet their social, housing and health needs as they change over time. Residents entering Continuing Care Retirement Communities sign a Life-Care agreement that provides for housing, services and health services, enabling seniors to remain in a familiar setting with friends and family as they enjoy a care-free retirement.
"To offer Life Care and other Quality retirement living choices for Our Community."