At Brown & Toland we’re the people behind the scenes who make sure our Physicians have the time and support to do what they do best- care for our members. Together, we form one of the most recognized medical groups in the California. We are 2,700+ local physicians, working in 38 cities in California, caring for more than 350,000 patients. If working with highly competent, hard-working, thoughtful clinicians who value good ideas and are passionate about reshaping healthcare excites you, then we’re thrilled to welcome you to your new career.
Job Summary & Responsibilities
The Corporate Controller reports directly to the CFO and leads the financial controls strategy, accounting, treasury and payroll functions. The Controller co-leads annual budgeting process and oversees the financial affairs of the Company to ensure the organization adheres to all legal accounting practices. The Controller maintains and improves the company's financial standing by guiding financial policies, assessing risks, determining funding opportunities, and advising on company growth investment opportunities, setting controls and managing risk across the organization. The Controller leads the Accounting Team in supporting and collaborating with all divisions in the organization. Provides leadership and direction to the company’s Accounting department to ensure the company’s financial priorities are supported. The Accounting Department which is responsible for the monthly accounting close process, financial reporting, budgeting, payroll, tax compliance, cash management, accounts payable, revenue/accounts receivable, payroll and reporting to health plans and the California Department of Managed Health Care (DMHC). In addition, this role is responsible for leading and managing all financial audits.
Requirement (direct from leveling guide)
Scope & Impact
Participates with other senior management to establish strategic plans and objectives
Knowledge & Skill
Consistently works with abstract ideas or situations across functional areas of the business
Interactions frequently involve special skills, such as negotiating with customers or management
Directs and controls the activities of a broad functional area
Physical Requirements and Work Environment
The physical demands and work environment described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Activity: Sit: Continuously (more than 2/3 of the work shift)
- Activity: Stand: Occasionally (up to 1/3 of the work shift)
- Activity: Walk: Occasionally (up to 1/3 of the work shift)
- Motion: Bend/Twist: Up to 1/3 of time
- Motion: Carry/Lift: Up to 1/3 of time
- Motion: Reach: Up to 1/3 of time
- Motion: Squat: Up to 1/3 of time
- Use of Hands (Left/Right): General Motor Function
- Use of Hands (Left/Right): Precise Motor Function (Or Fine Manipulation)
- Use of Hands: Repetitive Motion: 1/3 or more of time
- Weight Lifted/Force Exerted: Up to 10 lbs: Up to 1/3 of time
- Work Environment: Special visual or auditory requirements including working with a computer terminal.