The opioid epidemic and widespread alcohol and other substance
use disorders continue to deeply impact communities across the
country.. Individuals seeking treatment face obstacles at every
stage of their journey, from accessing care to the proliferation of
ineffective treatment; communities are experiencing far too
frequent overdoses and deaths and local resources are stretched
thin; the healthcare system overburdened and unable to address the
unique needs of each patient.
Eleanor Health is rethinking addiction by fully treating it as a
chronic condition and building an integrated solution that expands
access to effective, whole-person treatment to drive sustained
recovery. Our goal is to improve upon earlier generations of opioid
and substance use disorder treatment to create more accessible
clinic- and community-based care that is integrated with the rest
of a patient's life and care journey, and delivers superior
outcomes for patients (we call them community members), their loved
ones and communities, the healthcare system, and society.
Eleanor Health and its associated health care providers deliver
best-in-class substance use disorder care utilizing
Medication-Assisted Therapy (MAT), behavioral health therapy, care
management, and social support and wrap services. As a multi-site,
outpatient treatment organization, Eleanor delivers accessible,
evidence-based, and clinically excellent care, supported by
A fast growing startup, Eleanor Health launched in September
2019 and already has a half-dozen clinics in North Carolina and New
Jersey and is poised to continue our rapid expansion into more
states in the coming months.
If you are passionate about building a great business that makes
a difference, we seek highly skilled, motivated and compassionate
individuals who take responsibility and adapt quickly to change to
join our deeply committed and collaborative team.
The Senior Financial Analyst provides a detailed level of
business and financial support to the organization covering
extensive budget preparation, budget variance analysis, financial
analysis, pro forma preparation, clinic level analytics and related
topics. The Senior Financial Analyst plays a crucial role in
building a financial and strategic foundation for our rapidly
growing company. He/She will collaborate with members of the
accounting and finance team and other business stakeholders to
forecast and analyze our financial performance and provide
financial consulting and strategic advice to the leadership
Develop and manage financial forecasts, budget and plans
Build and maintain financial models to support the business.
Develop an easy to manage integration with NetSuite.
Produce clear, well-formatted reports in a concise, yet
meaningful manner for various audiences.
Develop and maintain financial reports to clearly communicate
actual results and variances to plan, forecast and budget to
department and business leaders.
Support monthly close process which includes summarizing and
consolidating results versus budget and forecast and providing
commentary on variances.
Validate all financial reports for accuracy and
Develop a budget to actual reporting system which includes
distribution to all key budget owners on a monthly basis. Develop a
system of accountability for financial results. Assist in
developing and executing an organization-wide data strategy.
Assist in developing business level cost metrics to enable
busines leaders to make informed decisions around pricing and cost
Prepare ad hoc financial analyses and other duties as necessary
to support the team.
A Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or related field
5+ years of financial planning and analytics, accounting
reporting or analysis roles. Start up experience is a plus.
Understand GAAP and fundamental financial concepts and
Expert level Excel, PowerPoint skills and financial modeling
Thrive in a fast paced environment.
Excellent analytical and organizational skills.
Experience in a collaborative team environment.
Basic understanding of health insurance and health insurance
terms is preferred, but not required.
Candidates should be able to lift 30 pounds and walk one
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