Circle the City
July 24, 2020
85013, Phoenix
Job Type




Circle the City (CTC) is a nonprofit community health organization with a mission to “create and deliver innovative healthcare solutions that compassionately address the needs of men, women and children facing homelessness.”  CTC’s system of homeless-specialty healthcare is one-of-a-kind in Arizona and is one of few similar models in the nation. Nearly 10,000 men, women and children experiencing varying degrees of homelessness will receive care in one of CTC’s many sites located throughout the greater Phoenix area.

Job Summary:

Leads all financial strategy and accounting activity of a rapidly growing non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that specializes in the provision of homeless medicine. Responsible for all budgeting, accounting, financial reporting, projections, cash-flow planning and revenue cycle management. Recommends and implements practices that foster organizational transparency, viability and sustainability. Partners with the CEO and other members of the senior leadership team to develop and execute strategies that foster Circle the City’s non-profit mission in the community.   The CFO is responsible for all components of the position including non-profit accounting standards, Medicaid and Medicare billing and collection, revenue cycle management for Federally Qualified Health Centers and data collection/reporting that supports federal grant.

Location: Administration Office

Shift: Days

Essential Duties:

  • Administers the general accounting, financial and statistical reporting functions of the organization in accordance with established policies and accounting procedures.
  • Communicate, engage and interact with Board of Directors, CEO, COO and Sr. Leadership Team.
  • Prepare and present monthly financial budgeting reports to including monthly profit and loss by segments, forecast vs. budget by segments and cash flow by segments.
  • Review and analyze monthly financial results and provide recommendations.
  • Identify, develop and execute analysis of business initiatives and/or new service offerings.
  • Develop and maintain monthly operating budget and annual company operating budget.
  • Implements policies, procedures and processes as deemed appropriate by the senior leadership team.
  • Directs organization’s data tracking and reporting processes. Ensures timely delivery of data to support grant writing and reporting activity.
  • Oversees the agency’s revenue cycle including coding, billing, collecting and recording revenue from Medicaid, Medicare and other third-party payers.
  • Plans and monitors company cash-flow. Maintains relationships with banks and other financial institutions that facilitate this function.
  • Oversees month, calendar year and fiscal year close processes in compliance with GAAP standards and organizational deadlines.
  • Assures the preparation of accurate and timely tax returns.
  • Facilitates the organization’s annual audit. Implements changes to process and practice to enhance compliance with audit standards.
  • Participates in long and short-term strategic planning processes. Develops budgets and forecasts to support organizational strategy.
  • Implements reports that track spending, budget variance and workforce efficiency. Disseminates information to leadership, department managers and others as necessary on performance improvement and key performance indicators (KPIs).
  • Recruits, hires and trains highly skilled individuals to support accounting, finance and data reporting functions. Coaches staff for improvement and conducts annual performance evaluations. Utilizes performance management process as occasionally required.
  • Supports the CEO with interactions with the Board of Directors and the Finance Committee members through financial report out at monthly board meetings.
  • Performs other duties as required.


  • Excellent leadership and critical-thinking skills.
  • Excellent communications skills, both written and oral;
  • Highly organized with the ability to manage multiple competing priorities.
  • Highly proficient in computer systems including MS Office, non-profit accounting software (QuickBooks or similar), and/or electronic medical records;

Experience and Education:

  • 5+ years in a senior financial managerial leadership role for a Federally Qualified Health Center, FQHC Look-Alike, or other relevant healthcare setting highly desired.
  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting, management or related business field.
  • Advanced degree in accounting, management or related business field preferred.
  • Certified Public Accountant with management and audit experience highly desired.


  • Medical
  • Vision
  • Dental
  • 403(b) retirement with company match

Req. 1077



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