Chief Financial Officer

Chief Financial Officer ? Winner, SD As Chief Financial Officer, you will be an integral part of the senior leadership team with responsibilities for being in charge of all accounting functions, budgets, managing financial risks, financial statements and reporting on financial performance. The annual budget is in excess of $50M. This leadership opportunity supports a 25-bed critical access hospital, 80 bed nursing home, home health and clinic, serving over 20,000 patients in 5 counties.
? Must have a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration or a health-related field. Master's degree preferred.
? CPA preferred.
? Must have five years management experience in a finance environment.
? Must have thorough knowledge, or ability to gain knowledge, of industry trends as well as current healthcare economics and operations, medical services and management principles. Winner Regional Healthcare Center employees enjoy a generous and comprehensive benefits package! Full time position. Winner Regional Healthcare Center takes pride in its role as one of the region's largest employers and we are committed to providing quality employment opportunities. Our dedicated staff is comprised of local residents from our communities, all working together to improve the well-being of our friends, families and neighbors.
With a tradition of serving the residents of south-central South Dakota and north-central Nebraska for over 65 years, Winner Regional is proud of its role as the region's primary healthcare provider. While continuing to offer services both patients and residents have grown to rely on, Winner Regional also places a strong emphasis on the expansion of its services to address the ever changing healthcare needs of those in our area. Through such comprehensive offerings, Winner Regional Healthcare Center is as committed as ever to providing compassionate, quality care, right here close to home.
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