Associate Vice Chancellor, ECU Health Financial Management and Reporting
The Associate Vice Chancellor for ECU Health Financial Management and Reporting is responsible for overall financial health and leadership within Brody School of Medicine and ECU Health Physicians, both are components of ECU Health. This position must translate strategies into actionable initiatives that enable achievement of results that align with established goals to create and sustain operational excellence for health care entities and programs; lead the integration and provide ultimate oversight for multiyear strategies to advance the function; work in partnership with management and physician leaders in ensuring that plans, operations, and patient care are aligned with the Mission, Vision and Values; ensure broader organizational support around identified goals, strategies, budgets, and metrics associated with the function; ensure that policies, procedures, and practices are operationalized to support safe, reliable care and fosters a continuous learning culture; and build the organizational structure, talent, and other capabilities to implement and operate the function.
This position is responsible for establishing, measuring, and achieving performance metrics, consistent with ECU Health expectations. This position employs methods of change management to advance the organization by using tools, business processes, budget allocations and operational practices to significantly reshape ECU Health; is accountable for a positive organizational culture in conducting business, decision making and performance management to influence work attitudes and enhance job satisfaction; selects, engages and develops leaders, inclusive of performance management, professional development, formation, and succession planning; and is a member of system management teams and functions as a key liaison between the leadership teams and physician partners and applicable governing board of the health care entities and programs.
This position reports directly to both the Chief Financial Officer for ECU Health and Vice Chancellor for Administration & Finance for ECU given its responsibility for supporting ECU Health and the Brody School of Medicine. To facilitate the support to the enterprise, the position provides consultation to both the Dean and Executive Dean of the Brody School of Medicine, on the allocation of resources within the medical school and physician clinical practices and coordinates this consultation with the Chief Financial Officer for ECU Health and Vice Chancellor for Administration & Finance for ECU, as well as other senior academic and clinical leaders.
Special Instructions To Application:
East Carolina University requires applicants to submit a candidate profile online in order to be considered for the position. Candidates must also submit a cover letter, resume, and a list of three references, including contact information, online.
A master's degree in business administration, health care administration, health policy and administration, or a closely related field is required. At least seven years senior-level administrative experience in an academic/medical setting is required. The experience must include supervision of budgeting and accounting functions for a health sciences center of comparable size and characteristics.
Full time or Part time: Full Time
Position Location (city): Greenville
Position Number: 950003
Organizational Unit Overview:
The ECU Health Administration and Finance unit (the "Unit"), a part of the University's Division of Administration and Finance, is responsible for all financial accounting, reporting, and budgeting for all funds sources within the Brody School of Medicine and faculty practice component of ECU Health. In addition, the Unit is responsible for clinical depository services, medical contract management for the University and financial activities of the ECU Medical & Health Sciences Foundation, an independent 501 c (3) charitable foundation. Total expenditures from state appropriated funds total approximately $85 million annually. Revenue and expenditures from ECU Physicians (ECUP) clinical funds exceed $215 million annually. On a cash accounting basis, total revenues, and expenditures for the Brody School of Medicine from all funding sources were approximately $340 million in FY 2022.