North Central District Health Department
North Central District Health Department
"Caring for our communities"

Finance Administrator

18.07.22 02:49 PM Comment(s) By tonyl.millet

Finance Administrator - Competitive pay, work-life balance, attractive benefits.

Come work as a Finance Administrator with an agency that is passionate about protecting the public’s health, offering the opportunity to develop new skills while making a positive impact on the health of others. Engage in a rewarding career making a difference in the lives of the people we serve. Do you have dreams and aspirations of being a Finance Director one day or Public Health Director?  If you do, this would be a perfect job to help propel your career.

Position:

North Central District Health Department is searching for a full time Finance Administrator. This is a contract position and serves under the direction of the Public Health Director. The salary range for this position is $46,800.00 - $58,500.00 annually. Some of the responsibilities for this position include, but are not limited to;

Develop and manage a comprehensive accounting program. 

Prepare the annual budget of the local health department. 

Monitor budget to ensure conformance with provisions of the budget.

Provide effective input into the agency’s strategic planning process.

Direct the preparation of statutory, regulatory and/or state and federal financial reports. 

Supervise the billing and collection of monies for health services rendered by the department. 

Represent the financial interests of the agency. 

Provide assistance to others on accounting and fiscal matters.

Arrange audits of regulated LHD accounts and administer and interpret policies, rules, and laws.

Coordinate assigned functions with service delivery, administrative and programmatic functions, provide effective input into the agency’s strategic planning process. 

Oversee the Information Technology Department and staff.

Minimum Education:  Bachelor’s Degree in business administration, Public Administration, Public Health, Community Health, Accounting or Human Resource Management. 

Minimum Experience:  Three (3) years of experience in an administrative or management capacity, where fiscal and budgeting, accounting, payroll, and accounts payable responsibilities have been demonstrated.

 

Substitution for Education:  Additional education in the field will substitute for r the required experience not to exceed three (3) years.

Substitution for Experience:  A high school diploma/GED and five (5) years of experience equivalent to the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for the position will substitute for the required education.

 

Benefits Summary:

·  Begin earning paid vacation and sick leave day one.

·  Competitive pay.

·  Comprehensive health benefits package with minimal employee contribution.

·  11 Paid holidays.

·  Pension Retirement benefits.

 

Location:

North Central District Health Department serves the communities of Henry, Shelby, Spencer, and Trimble counties in Kentucky. We are centrally located between the two largest cities in Kentucky, Louisville, and Lexington. We serve rural and small urban like communities.  We are also surrounded with beautiful parks, horse farms, bourbon distilleries, and great dining near Kentucky’s only designer mall.

 

Interested?

Applications may be obtained at:

North Central District Health Department

1020 Henry Clay St.

Shelbyville, KY 40065

www.ncdhd.com

 

You may deliver completed application, resume and transcript in person, fax, or email to:

North Central District Health Department

1020 Henry Clay St.

Shelbyville, KY 40065

Fax: 502-633-7658 Attention Lisa or

Email to: lisaj.thornsberry@ky.gov

Completed application and transcript must be submitted by 08/03/22.

Transcripts must list the degree awarded. 

 

Equal Opportunity Employer.

Employment may be contingent upon a successful drug screening and background check.

 

Who we are:

North Central District Health Department is a local government agency on the front lines of public health. We prevent illness, protect the health, and promote good health of the residents of the counties we serve.

·  We offer great work-life balance.

·  We promote inclusive team culture.

·  We foster the growth of our employees.

Our Mission:

Provide innovative, diverse and inclusive population based public health as a leader through education, disease prevention, regulation adherence and communicable disease control.

Our Vision:

Optimal health for the communities of the North Central District – Henry, Shelby, Spencer and Trimble counties.

Our Values:

Collaboration in our counties. Accountability in Public Health. Respect in the workplace. Equity and inclusion in all we do. Service to others with integrity and compassion.

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