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Current openings

Children's Hospital Colorado (CHC), a not-for-profit pediatric healthcare network in Denver,
is conducting a search for their next VP Finance (VP). 

CHC serves a 7-state region and continues to expand with the opening of its third campus in Colorado Springs this summer.  With more than 3,000 pediatric specialists and almost 6,000 full-time employees, Children’s is home to a number of nationally and internationally recognized medical programs.  Their main campus is situated on the Anschutz Medical Campus with University of Colorado Health and anchors its ever-growing network of pediatric health-care services. CHC is fiscally sound with over $1.2 billion net revenues, 368 days cash and an A+ bond rating from S&P. 

The VP will inherit a high performing team of financial professionals. He/she will support the Chief Financial Officer and other members of the leadership team with timely and accurate information to help drive business decisions.  The VP will work collaboratively across the health system, continuing to build upon a culture rooted in accountability as well as the highest levels of quality and follow-through. Key areas of responsibility for the position include financial systems management, financial accounting and reporting, continuous forecasting and planning, decision support, payroll, accounts payable, capital asset management and treasury. This new executive must be a proven finance leader, with a strong grasp of details, management expertise and a highly collaborative personal style. While this leader will ensure that the day-to-day finance activities operate in a highly effective manner, he/she must also continually look for process improvements and innovation opportunities that will strengthen CHC's market leadership position.

The ideal candidate will have experience as a proven health system finance leader. He/she will have had prior experience within a multi-site operation and managed/mentored a high-performing team of accomplished finance professionals. In addition to an undergraduate degree in finance, accounting, or business, an MBA and/or a CPA certification is strongly preferred.  Candidates must have 7 years of progressive leadership experience in the financial management of a complex hospital or healthcare organization.

Nominations and requests for additional information may be sent to the attention of Chris Neumann and Mark Andrew at


Chief Financial Officer

Being a part of OrthoNebraska is about more than a job. It’s about being a part of the magic. Together, we are committed to providing unmatched care to those we serve and each other.  OrthoNebraska delivers high-quality, cost effective care with an unmatched experience. The hospital and clinic have been recognized both locally and nationally for their high standards and exceptional care. But the success of OrthoNebraska is the story of our people - hardworking and dedicated to doing what is best for those who have entrusted us and for our communities. 

Your Impact
At OrthoNebraska, you will be seen as a strategic partner to the CEO and work as a team to grow our organization.  As a member of the senior leadership team, the CFO will participate in the financial and functional decision making process necessary to execute our strategic goals. 

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Works with the CEO, leadership team, staff and boards to develop financial goals and objectives.
  • Provides proactive, sound guidance regarding management of assets and investments, and financial trends for the organization.
  • Works with department managers and patient care leaders to implement financial plans and productivity benchmarks, and to monitor progress toward financial goals.
  • Actively involved in OrthoNebraska’s management, corporate performance and the growth of our culture.
  • As a part of the leadership team, establish a multi-year strategic financial plan for the organization as part of the strategic planning process.
  • Employs a system of responsible accounting, including budget and internal controls.
  • Ensures that monthly financial statements and productivity reports are completed and distributed on a timely basis.
  • Ensures that all balance sheet accounts are reconciled on a monthly basis and a system of internal controls are in place to facilitate a clean audit opinion with no audit adjustments or internal control deficiencies noted.
  • Maintains effective revenue cycle processes to keep patient accounts receivable at an acceptable level and also increasing cash flow.
  • Maintains a thorough working knowledge of federal, state and managed care reimbursement payment methodologies and federal statutes surrounding participation in the Medicare and Medicaid programs.
  • Monitors capital asset expenditures and depreciation; prepares annual operating budgets with input and involvement at the departmental level, as well as capital budgets and cash flow projections; arranges lines of credit and maintains proper banking relations; and adheres to OrthoNebraska’s corporate compliance standards and procedures.
  • Keeps the leadership team aware of all key financial developments.


Educational & Experience Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting, or related field;
  • Masters in business, accounting or healthcare administration preferred;
  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA) preferred;
  • Minimum of five years healthcare industry financial management experienced preferred;
  • Prior CFO experience preferred.