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VICE PRESIDENT OF FINANCE sought by Summit Dermatology Partners in San Francisco, CA.

Duties: Build and lead a robust financial reporting team and system that provides timely and accurate financial data to the Summit management team. Use QuickBooks Enterprise System and Sage Intacct and standardize process to efficiently and accurately close books. Deliver flash report within 7 days of month, accurate to within 5% for revenue, EBITDA, and cash; full monthly report within 14 days after month end. Deliver flash report within 10 days of quarter end, accurate to within 5% for revenue, EBITDA, and cash; full month report within 14 days after month end; full quarterly report with commentary 20 days after quarter end. Deliver annual audit complete by March 15 with no material weaknesses. Efficiently onboard acquired dermatology practice site and clinical trials partners. Work with audit and tax firms to complete transaction and consolidation accounting. Achieve uniform processes and practices without excessively inhibiting the independence and efficiency of the Partners. Onboard new partners onto integrated QuickBooks Enterprise system and Sage Intacct general ledger systems and a standard reporting package, and decide whether to retain the legacy accounting team within 60 days of close. Maintain capability to onboard a minimum of 6 Partners each year. Maintain full compliance with all Alpine reporting and lender reporting, covenant, and payment requirements. Calculate and track achievements of employee bonus targets. Migrate non-clinical back office accounts payable function from partners. Maintain the non-clinical operating expenses of the company by recording transactions and preparing for payment, including oversight of the corporate credit cards and online bank transfers. Implement systems, processes, and software that automate internal accounting processes and reduce costs. Follow emerging industry best practices that automate and improve integration between accounting, expenses, electronic medical record systems, etc. Successfully achieve buy-in from Summit and Partners and implement new systems. Build out finance team by hiring staff accountant as the company grows. Supervise Two (2) Staff Accountants.

Send Resumes to: John Andersen, Summit Dermatology Partners, 1 California St, Suite 2900, San Francisco, CA 94111.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or foreign equivalent in Finance, Accounting, or related field, plus two (2) years of experience as a Chief Financial Officer, VP of Finance, Controller, or related occupation. Must have experience in the following: Developing and implementing reporting tools that will provide the board of directors and lenders with the financial statements and information that they require. Managing accounting and payroll functions in order to develop necessary policies, procedures and controls within the accounting division. Particularly when integrating new acquisitions. Experience with complex revenue recognition requirements involving the recognition of an accrual or prepayment. Reviewing transaction legal documents to calculate ensuing employee bonus and company management fee amounts. Transitioning accounting methodology from cash based to accrual based accounting. Applying accounting principles to ensure that reports and procedures are in accordance with relevant accounting standards. Developing necessary reporting tools to enhance the current reports being provided. Financial planning and analysis experience to assist in preparing budgets on an annual basis providing the necessary flux analyses between actuals to budget on a monthly basis. Interacting and working with third party stakeholders, managers and other relevant bodies ensuring that requests are addressed at a timely manner. Managing loan facility, monthly interest payments, and lender interactions on loan facility of at least $9mm. Pulling data across various platforms and presenting it in a manner suitable for reporting requirements. Handling external compliance and financial audits.

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Four (4) years of experience as a Chief Financial Officer, VP of Finance, Controller, or related occupation. Must have experience in the following: Developing and implementing reporting tools that will provide the board of directors and lenders with the financial statements and information that they require. Managing accounting and payroll functions in order to develop necessary policies, procedures and controls within the accounting division. Particularly when integrating new acquisitions. Experience with complex revenue recognition requirements involving the recognition of an accrual or prepayment. Reviewing transaction legal documents to calculate ensuing employee bonus and company management fee amounts. Transitioning accounting methodology from cash based to accrual based accounting. Applying accounting principles to ensure that reports and procedures are in accordance with relevant accounting standards. Developing necessary reporting tools to enhance the current reports being provided. Financial planning and analysis experience to assist in preparing budgets on an annual basis providing the necessary flux analyses between actuals to budget on a monthly basis. Interacting and working with third party stakeholders, managers and other relevant bodies ensuring that requests are addressed at a timely manner. Managing loan facility, monthly interest payments, and lender interactions on loan facility of at least $9mm. Pulling data across various platforms and presenting it in a manner suitable for reporting requirements. Handling external compliance and financial audits.