Broadview at Purchase College
A unique opportunity exists to join a team in creating a vibrant senior learning community on the campus of Purchase College, State University of New York. The residents of this university-based retirement community will be able to enjoy the many amenities of the college including the renowned Neuberger Museum of Art, the Performing Arts Center, the academic and athletic facilities, and the park-like campus. They will be able to enjoy all these benefits while living in a village designed specifically for their interests and needs. As part of the Purchase College community, Broadview residents will enjoy both formal and informal programming and collaborative opportunities designed to promote intergenerational engagement with members of the college community, ranging from classes and mentoring to providing employment opportunities for students. Broadview will offer the full continuum of services, inclusive of Independent Living, Assisted Living, Enhanced Assisted Living, and Memory Care. The community is slated to open to residents in the 4th quarter of 2023.
INCLUSIVE AND COLLABORATIVE CULTURE:
We are dedicated to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion. Diversity is the commitment to a community of equity and access through the acceptance of all aspects of human difference. This includes but is not limited to age, disability, race, ethnicity, gender, gender expression and identity, language heritage, national origin, sexual orientation, religion, socioeconomic status, status as a veteran and worldview. Broadview at Purchase College is proud to be SAGE CARE certified, and all employees will be provided SAGE CARE training. Broadview at Purchase College is committed to integrating various cultural and social perspectives to engender excellence and to creating a collaborative culture to provide an exceptional experience for every employee and resident.
Senior Finance Director, an executive level position, will report directly to the Executive Director of Broadview. The Senior Finance Director will oversee all business operations of Broadview, Purchase Senior Learning Community Inc. (“PSLC,” owner of Broadview), and PCAC (“Purchase College Advancement Corporation”) to include budgeting, accounting, purchasing, accounts payable, forecasting, as well as information technology. The position will be responsible for developing and implementing appropriate policies, procedures, and internal controls for this newly developing community and will work directly with the accounting and finance staff of Life Care Services as well as the finance and audit committees, and Treasurer of PSLC and PCAC.
Broadview is a University Based Retirement Community that shares the Purchase College, SUNY campus. The Senior Finance Director will participate in the strategic and financial planning necessary to support and sustain the successful relationship between Broadview and Purchase College.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
1. Organizes the accounting department to ensure proper accounting for all pertinent records.
2. Manages accounting staff, including hiring and training.
3. Oversees accounting functions, including monthly preparation of journal entries, supporting schedules, reconciliations, and financial statements.
4. Oversees audits of both PSLC and PCAC, working with both Finance and Audit committees to ensure timely review and approval.
5. Serves as a resource person for other department heads, superiors, peers, and employees and for the boards.
6. Forecasts and monitors debt covenant compliance, service, and reporting as required.
7. Oversees the preparation of all federal/state/local tax returns and requisite government filings for Broadview, PCAC and PSLC.
8. Informs the Executive Director and Board of Directors of the past, current and future financial position of the community and oversees the management of the cash and investments in accordance with the policies established by the Board. Reviews, evaluates, and interprets financials and variance reports on a monthly basis.
9. Assists the Executive Director and Boards with financial feasibility and planning for expansion and/or major capital projects.
10. Maintains necessary knowledge of and proficiency in LCS accounting and reporting systems and functions.
11. Oversees preparation of financial reports required by regulatory agencies, lenders, and other outside parties.
12. Assists the Executive Director and other key staff members in the development and implementation of operating and capital budgets, providing and/or coordinating necessary training.
13. Coordinates risk management reviews with LCS resources making appropriate recommendations to management and Board regarding appropriate insurance coverage.
14. Oversees, in cooperation with Human Resources, an effective payroll system in accordance with Federal and State regulations.
• Minimum five years of experience in an executive level, senior financial management position.
• Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or related field required. Master’s degree and/or CPA preferred.
• Background and knowledge from working in retirement communities, health care or higher education a plus.
• Experience working with non-profit boards a plus.
• Working knowledge of accounting systems (Accounts Payable, Payroll, Billing and General Ledger).
• Knowledge of GAAP, laws, regulations, and guidelines.
• Proficiency with PC based programs (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
• Effective leadership, oral and written communication skills.
The salary range for this opportunity is: $160,000.00-$175,00 per year.
• 401(k) & employer match
• Dental insurance
• Employee Assistance Program
• Employee discounts
• Flexible Spending Account
• Health insurance
• Life insurance
• Paid time-off
• Parental leave
• Retirement plan
• Vision insurance