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20 Dec 2023

Full-Time Finance Manager

Hospice of Southern Illinois, Inc. – Posted by jgutierrez@hospice.org Belleville, Illinois, United States

Job Description

A career in hospice care at Hospice of Southern Illinois is a calling. Is it calling you? Hospice of Southern Illinois is a not-for-profit, free-standing, community-based hospice offering Southern Illinois and St. Louis Metro-East communities a range of services for people of all ages at the end of life. We have been providing compassionate care to terminally ill patients and their families in their home or a home-like setting since 1981. Since that time, we have continued our mission to enhance the quality of life for individuals and their loved ones touched by a terminal illness. Our reputation is a direct result of our desire to do more than what is required or expected. This can be seen in the passion and commitment of our employees and volunteers to provide excellent hospice care through all the services we provide. We are currently hiring for the Finance Manager position.


Finance Manager Position Summary:

  • The Finance Manager oversees and/or assists with financial activities of Hospice of Southern Illinois, Inc. including annual budget preparation, monthly and quarterly financial reports, and year-end audit.  Assists the CFO with projects as requested.  Supervises accounting staff.
  • Full-Time Salaried Exempt Position
  • Schedule: Monday- Friday 8:30 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.
  • Would be work at Hospice of Southern Illinois Administration Building located at 305 South Illinois Street, Belleville, IL 62220.
  • Hospice of Southern Illinois is certified by the State of Illinois and is in compliance with the registration requirements of the Illinois Equal Pay Act.
  • By applying, you are consenting to be contacted via phone call, text, or email regarding your application for this position.
  • For further information about our company and to apply online, please visit www.hospice.org/careers.
  • For any questions or concerns, please contact HR Generalist Jade Gutierrez at (618) 310-7129 or email jg********@ho*****.org  .
  • EOE



Position Requirements

    1. Education
      1. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance
      2. C.P.A. preferred
    2. Experience
      1. Three (3) to five (5) years in financial management
      2. Three (3) years supervisory experience
      3. Experience with Medicare/Medicaid and commercial insurance billing
      4. Not-for-profit experience preferred
    3. Other Qualifications
      1. Familiarity with applicable local, state and federal regulations related to hospice operations
      2. Knowledge of database and accounting computer applications to supply financial information
      3. Excellent verbal and written communication skills
      4. Excellent organizational and analytical skills


Physical Requirements: Performs repetitive tasks.  Prolonged periods of sitting and standing.  Manual dexterity (eye/hand coordination).  Requires physical flexibility of bending at knee and squat-bend.  This position requires clarity of vision >20 inches and <20 feet, hears alarms/telephone/recordings.  Required lifting up to 60 pounds occasionally.

Working Conditions: The Finance Manager spends approximately 90% of their time in an air-conditioned environment with varying exposure to excessive humidity and noise.  The remaining 10% of their time is spent in various non-air-conditioned climates with varying exposure to humidity and noise.


Essential Functions

  1. Supervises, supports, and develops the accounting and information management staff. Ensures that department tasks are appropriately delegated and completed.
  2. Approve and have overall responsibility for accounts payable transactions.
  3. Supervise accounts receivables and patient billing and serve as the technical resource for the Suncoast billing process.
  4. Ensures accuracy and timeliness of payroll changes and the processing of the bi-weekly payroll.
  5. Ensures all monthly, quarterly, and year-end payroll reports are filed by due dates.
  6. Maintain the General Ledger and Chart of Accounts.
  7. Prepare, in a timely manner, the monthly financials reports for review by the CFO.
  8. Ensure the accuracy and integrity of financial records.
  9. Gather data and prepare the annual budget in coordination with the CFO.
  10. Prepare annual accounting department budget and goals.
  11. Gather all information for the annual financial and 403(b) audits. Work in collaboration with the outside audit firm.
  12. Gather information for the annual preparation of the Federal Form 990.
  13. Prepare, in a timely manner, the Medicare cost report for review by the CFO.
  14. Manages health information including information management, release of information, health information storage and retrieval, record retention and chart reconciliation.
  15. Have an understanding of the hospice diagnosis coding process, including related and unrelated diagnoses.
  16. Attend committee meetings as assigned by the CFO.
  17. Function according to the mission, philosophy, goals, and objectives of the organization.
  18. Comply with HSI policies and procedures.
  19. Adhere to the practice of confidentiality regarding patients, families and employees.
  20. Ability to communicate and build relationships with others.
  21. Effective Listening – understanding what others are communicating, including restating or paraphrasing one’s understanding of the message.
  22. Problem Solving – building a logical approach to address problems or opportunities. Ability to draw on one’s knowledge and experience and calling on other resources, as necessary.
  23. Exemplifies Hospice of Southern Illinois core values in daily practice.
  24. Appropriately manages Paid Time Off.
  25. Performs other duties as assigned by the CFO.


Insurance and Benefit Information

  • Paid Time Off (PTO) and Extended Illness Benefits (EIB)
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield Healthcare Medical Insurance. Company pays 90% of the employee’s health insurance premiums and contributes 15% towards the health insurance premiums for spouses or children.
  • FLEX Spending/FSA for Traditional PPO Health Insurance Plans
  • HSAs for High Deductible Health Insurance Plans with an employer contribution
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield Dental Insurance
  • Monthly Cell Phone Allowance
  • VSP Vision Insurance
  • 403(b) Retirement Plan with a company match up to 3% in 2024.
  • BCBS Basic Life and AD&D insurance (Paid for by the company)
  • BCBS Voluntary Supplemental Life Insurance for the employee, spouse, or children
  • BCBS Short-Term Disability
  • BCBS Long-Term Disability (Paid for by the company)
  • Employee Assistance Program from Mine & Associates
  • Tuition Reimbursement of $3,500 annually after one year of employment for approved courses.
  • Student Loan Reimbursement of $2,500 annually after one year of employment
  • McKendree University 10% Tuition Discount
  • Southern Illinois University 5% Tuition Discount
  • Recruitment Referral Reward Program
  • Discounts from select companies (auto, cellphone, etc.)
  • Earn Burgundy Bucks which can be spent on items such as clothing and services in the Employee Portal
  • Wellness Reimbursement of $200 annually for gym memberships, marathons, and weight loss programs


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How to Apply

  • By applying, you are consenting to be contacted via phone call, text, or email regarding your application for this position.
  • For further information about our company and to apply online, please visit www.hospice.org/careers.
  • For any questions or concerns, please contact HR Generalist Jade Gutierrez at (618) 310-7129 or email jgutierrez@hospice.org  .
  • EOE

Job Types: Full-Time. Salaries: 80,000 - 100,000.

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