MHP Salud, a national non-profit agency is currently seeking a Director of Business Services. As an organization that is over 99% grant funded, of which a large majority is federal and state funding, we have expanded in size to require additional positions within our Business Office.
This new position has been created to coordinate and manage key activities within the Business Office department of the Allocation and Resources division. Although the full job description is available on our website posting, the successful candidate will:
Apply a broad understanding of accounting principles and the organization’s finance structure to coordinate and/or monitor accounting, bookkeeping, and grant compliance functions of the organization.
Review and understand governing grant and contract documents to assist with budget management and compliance with all conditions of funding.
Have strong project management abilities, including the ability to analyze complex situations and identify missing components, determine and implement the best course of action, and organize and prioritize tasks.
The position will supervise the hourly staff in the division and will also interface with other staff, divisions, and vendors to gather key information, communicate changes, and explore solutions to various issues. As such, the ability to work independently and as a member of a team is key to success in the position.
Please see the full job description at http://mhpsalud.org/get-involved/job-postings/ for additional requirements. Position can be in our Ypsilanti, Michigan; Tampa/Orlando, Florida; Weslaco, Texas; or TriCities/Yakima, Washington offices.
Staff diversity and innovative programming make MHP Salud a fun and supportive work environment. The organization offers positions that challenge staff and inspire personal growth. At the same time, MHP Salud’s excellent, family-friendly personnel policies encourage staff members to model healthy living on all levels.
MHP Salud believes in the importance of accessible and affordable benefits that allow you and your family to be healthy and plan for your future. As you join us in our work as a full time regular employee (in 2018, only 2.4% of our employees were part time or temporary), the following benefits begin on your first day of employment:
For health care, we pay 100% of employee premiums, 75% of the premium for employee +1 plans, and 85% of the premiums for family plans. We pay 100% of the employee’s dental and vision plans, with the option to add coverage for dependents.
We provide employer-paid life insurance and offer you the ability to add more for yourself and your spouse and children, and also carry excellent employer-paid long-term disability insurance for our employees.
You are immediately vested in our 401K retirement plan with an employer contribution of 6.5 % of your salary with an additional 2% if matched by you.
In addition to 13 paid holidays, employees receive 12 paid Health and Wellness days per year and receive 152 hours of leave in their first year (increasing in the 4th and 8th year).
INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS or automated resume only applications will not be considered.
Application review will begin on October 15th for a hiring process of:
Virtual interviews on the 21st and 22nd of October
Testing October 23-25
In person interviews October 31 – November 1 with final decision following within days.
Anticipated Start Date: December 2, 2019
The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Business Administration or a related field, with at least 4 years of work experience related to job responsibilities. Prior work experience with grants, contracts or related areas is strongly preferred. Additional work experience directly related to job duties in replacement of appropriate degree will be considered. An ability to speak, read, and write Spanish is highly preferred. The selected candidate must be bondable.
About MHP Salud
MHP Salud implements Community Health Worker programs to empower underserved Latino communities and promotes the CHW model nationally as a culturally appropriate strategy to improve health.