Accounting/Fiscal Manager I - Assistant Director of Financial Operations
Job Title Accounting/Fiscal Manager I - Assistant Director of Financial Operations
Internal Title Assistant Director of Financial Operations
Requisition Number 011740
Minimum Salary $53,484
Salary Range $53,484 - $69,289
Pay Basis 12 months
Department Student Health Services
Campus USC Columbia
Expected Fill Date
Job Posting Date 05-11-2017
Minimum Posting Period Ends 05-17-2017
Job Close Date
Type of Position
Job Type Full-Time
Job Category Professional/Administrative
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The Assistant Director of Financial Operations is a mid-level administrative position responsible for planning, staffing, managing, coordinating and evaluating all activities in the revenue cycle of the Business Office and Insurance Office. Major responsibilities include preparing various financial forecasts, month-end financial reporting, receivables performance, as well as, short-term and long-range strategic planning. S/he will manage the electronic health record charge-master and will propose and implement fee increases/decreases based on reliable data and analysis of year end reports. S/he will also implement third-party billing for commercial insurance carriers to include electronic filing of claims. The Assistant Director of Financial Operations reports to the Director of Financial Operations. May be considered as critical staff during departmental and campus emergencies.
Bachelor's degree in accounting, or business administration and 6 years related experience.
Demonstrated knowledge and experience in healthcare collections and billing practices, computer systems, basic finance and statistical analysis. Work experience necessary to gain a full understanding of credit and collection functions, financial analysis and third party payer procedures in order to effectively direct the functions and activities of the department. Supervisory experience in a healthcare setting is preferred. Administrative experience that includes budget preparation or monitoring and data analysis. Ability to sufficiently function easily in a variety of patient accounting and billing systems (PyraMED, Medicat, Point and Click Solutions or other similar practice management system). Analytical skills necessary to examine patient accounts, detect and resolve problems relating to accounts receivable, and prepare and administer policies, procedures and budgets. Sound knowledge of CPT, HCPCS, and ICD-9 and ICD-10-CM coding. Working knowledge of Microsoft PC applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, Access). Ability to lead a team in a patient-centered team environment is preferred.
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SOC Code 43-3031