The Director, Business Operations will oversee and insure accountability of all business operations across the Clinical and Community Programs. This position will oversee and manage grants, contracts and fee-for-services finances, and in coordination with the Department/Program Directors, allocate financial resources within the program. This position will work with administrative staff to develop and implement management policies and procedures.
Develop and optimize financial business processes, work flow and standard operating procedures that will improve operating efficiencies, increase productivity, increase revenue, improve patient services to better support the clinical, training, and research programs across clinical and community programs.
Develop and/or facilitate development of financial components for new projects/programs to include expense and revenue projections.
Manage, coordinate, and assist with preparation of grants and contracts for submission to the appropriate agency. Assist with grant application, financial report preparation, progress reports, and final reports.
Advise and assist the Department/Program Directors in developing and implementing appropriate financial management policies and procedures.
Perform financial analyses of management decision effects and communicate with department/program directors.
Develop financial accountability systems including financial projections; communicate budget, and productivity information to administrative staff.
Oversee daily financial functions through all Grants Mangers and Financial Analyst supervision.
Participate in administrative staff meetings to provide financial information with program decisions.
Conduct other special projects, tasks and responsibilities as assigned by the Vice President.
Serve as liaison between clinical and community programs and the Institute's Finance, Revenue Cycle Integrity, and Epic departments for items that impact all revenue.
Bachelor's degree required.
Masters' degree in Business Administration or Financial Management highly preferred.
Coursework in program management preferred.
Unique and successful experience may be considered in lieu of degree requirement.
Must have at least five (5) years of supervisory experience.
Must have at least ten (10) years program and financial management experience in the human service field.
Must have experience working with varied funding sources including fee-for-service, federal and state grants, and city and state contracts.
Must have experience in establishing and maintaining financial management systems.
We require full COVID vaccination or documentation of medical and/or religious exemption(s) approval for this job as we are a?healthcare?institution committed to putting health and safety first for our patients, students, employees, and the communities we serve.
Kennedy Krieger Institute offers excellent benefits including medical, dental, vision, 401K with match, tuition reimbursement, free parking and child care subsidies! In addition, we offer rich professional development opportunities.
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Vacancy ID 8242
Pos. Category Professional/Management
Job Location : Street 716 N. Broadway
# of Hours 40.00
Job Locations US-MD-Baltimore
Pos. Type Regular Full Time
Department : Name Clinical/Community Programs
Equal Opportunity Provider & Employer M/F/Disability/ProtectedVet