Strategic Financial Administrator - JHM Budget Office

Johns Hopkins Healthcare
Baltimore, MD
Apr 06, 2021
Apr 13, 2021
Full Time
Reporting to the Director, Budget Planning JHM, the Strategic Financial Administrator partners with the Director and the VP, Budget, Financial Analysis, and Decision Support - JHM, in developing and implementing strategic, operational and executional plans in support of Johns Hopkins Medicine's vision, mission and enterprise-wide strategy. The position will lead and/or support executive-driven projects and initiatives are strategic in nature, and that can be highly complex, involving cross-functional teams. This role will work directly with financial and operational teams across JHM entities and JHHS central areas (finance and others), and perform work of broad scope and complexity. Expectations include: Responsible for overseeing the successful completion of executive requests and executive-driven initiatives that require cross-functional engagement across the organization Leads exploratory efforts and analyses for business problems assigned by executive leadership Supports the development and creation of strategic communication materials for executive presentations targeting different stakeholder groups Responsible for ensuring quality deliverables Responsible for special projects tracking and reporting to executive leadership This position will also provide leadership, coordination, and execution for certain Johns Hopkins Medicine planning and budgeting activities, ensuring that the multiple teams work collaboratively to ensure enterprise consistency. Responsibilities can include: Develop/support optimized business processes and methodologies related to the JHM budget, JHHS Corp chargeback budget, and other initiatives as needed Draft/update budget policies and governance as needed Develop timelines, budget assumptions and communications for JHM budget stakeholders and responsible individuals Engage in planning, development, testing, training, and deployment of budget planning technology, tools, and business processes Facilitate development and communication of operating, capital and cash flow targets Collaborate with JHM / JHHS / affiliate leadership, central finance teams, and others to integrate annual planning, budgeting and forecasting activities Develop and deliver on change management activities to support the evolution of our plans and activities Manage and facilitate budget development and budget reviews/hearings Develop and support service delivery governance policies and processes This role requires a strong facilitator who is both focused and flexible, as well as someone who is willing to operate in both visible and behind the scene roles. This role will have visibility to the strategic and operational elements of the organization. The successful individual will be highly professional, high-energy, strategic, proactive, a direct communicator, highly organized and committed to the vision and values of the organization. The expectations of this role are consistent with that of the JHM Budget Office - to identify, facilitate, and drive change that enables our ability to Make Johns Hopkins Medicine Easy and Work Like One Organization. Bachelor's degree preferably in Accounting, Health Administration, Business Administration or related field. Master's degree in a related field strongly preferred. Comprehensive understanding of all financial/budget planning procedures and systems; and comprehensive understanding of the healthcare industry, notably clinical volume planning Analytical skills to assist in the decision-making process re: JHM- and JHHS-wide financial systems, develop budgets, and resolve problems requiring use of a professional level of knowledge of management and finance principles. High level of interpersonal skills to be able to effectively interact at all levels of the organization and to regularly interact in discussions and meetings to provide financial information and advice to management and other staff Ability to plan and direct the work of all levels of professionals and support staff Ability to be manage delivery in the face of uncertainty and/or an evolving understanding or requirements Ability to build trust relationships throughout JHM and external partners. (eg, vendors) and to both lead and participate in high-performance teams Strong ability to take initiative, to solve problems, and to make decisions Strong administrative, organizational, and leadership skills Minimum of 7 years of relevant work experience in: finance planning, budgeting and forecasting, operations, or consulting, preferably in healthcare.Johns Hopkins is a smoke free campus

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