Chief Financial Officer Job Opening in Texas

Job opening for a Chief Financial Officer – Large Health Plan, located in Texas.

Job description:

  • Provide leadership and oversight of all aspects of finance for the Business Unit.
  • Oversee all finance related activities for business unit including developing and monitoring progress against Annual Operating Plan.
  • Responsible for financial analysis, identification of month end financial drivers, and forecasting including headcount planning to ensure compliance with state requirements.
  • Responsible for identifying medical cost trends and leadership of medical cost improvement initiatives.
  • Perform financial impact analysis for new contracts and support negotiations.
  • Review monthly performance and financial results of the business unit and provide recommendations to senior management.
  • Responsible for the business unit’s contribution to corporate.
  • Perform duties as Chief liaison between Corporate Finance and the Business Unit.
  • Establish financial strategic vision, objectives, policies and procedures in support of the overall strategic plan.
  • Oversee and validate pricing models and lead initiatives to identify inefficiencies and areas of development and improvement.
  • Direct health plan analytical needs and coordinate reporting strategy.
  • Act as a lead for internal and external audits.
  • Lead rate setting activity and coordinate corporate and state actuaries.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics, Business Administration.
  • 10+ years in a high level finance role in the healthcare or insurance industry.
  • Master’s degree preferred.


  • CPA preferred

Competitive Salary Range!

How to apply for the Chief Financial Officer Job:  contact

Tina Roberts
Executive & Management Recruitment Services
(415) 770-1200
(415) 684-2526

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