Vice President Treasury Services - (TRE000005)
Work Location: OSF Healthcare System- Peoria, IL
Work Schedule: M-F
Hours per Week: 40
Benefits Status: Full-Time
The Vice President of Treasury Services will develop and implement strategies for balance sheet management, including investment, capital market and banking relationships across the Ministry. The Vice President of Treasury Services is also responsible for communicating and coordinating Treasury Services with other divisions and will identify and manage risks and challenges to the Treasury function and to overall Ministry liquidity and cash management. In collaboration with other Ministry leadership, the VP of Treasury Services is responsible for building a culture of responsibility, compassion, respect and accountability with an eye to continuous learning and process improvement.
- The following qualifications are the minimum necessary to perform this job adequately.
- However, an equivalent combination of experience, education and training that provides the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities may be suitable.
- A bachelor’s degree is required, with a preferred focus in health care administration, business, accounting, finance or in a closely-related discipline.
- An advanced degree in finance and/or accounting is strongly preferred. An advanced degree in healthcare administration is strongly preferred.
- Recognized certification in finance, accounting or a related field is strongly preferred. Certified Financial Analyst (CFA) is strongly preferred. Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) designation is also a plus.
- A minimum of 10 years of experience in treasury, including at least 4-6 years focused on capital markets.
- Must be able to demonstrate and provide tangible examples of experience in managing cash, pension and retirement, capital markets, corporate finance and bank relationship management.
- Experience in healthcare systems is strongly desired, especially in not-for-profit systems.
- Candidate must have an understanding of the unique aspects of healthcare, including federal legislation and regulation, revenue cycle management, privacy and non-clinical risk.
- Strong analytical and critical thinking skills—with the ability to assess the short and long-term Treasury needs to meet the Mission and Objectives of both the Treasury function and the overall Ministry.
- Strong technical skills, including experience with spreadsheets, databases and data mining—with the ability to use data effectively.
- The ability to develop and maintain strong, lasting professional relationships—while maintaining independence and objectivity.
- The ability to communicate effectively with individuals and groups, orally and in writing.
- Maintains high integrity and builds credibility—with appropriate judgment, objectivity and discretion.
- Must ascribe to and represent Catholic Religious Ethics, Values, and Principles as they relate to the practice of Catholic health care.