Director, Financial Reporting

The Company:
For over 125 years, our Client has been improving lives through sustainable innovation. They are a leading health technology company focused on making life better for billions worldwide, starting with the lives of their passionate, collaborative and remarkably diverse employees. They are always looking for like-minded people to join their team and create a healthier, more connected society with them while advancing their careers.
The Position:
Job Summary:

  • Within this role you will be part of the transformation whereby our Client is entering into more long-term strategic partnerships (LSP).

  • This position will be part of a dedicated team of financial experts that participate in and support the LSP Program Structure in establishing sound governance for LSPs.

  • The position will support transaction deal teams during solution development and contracting phase with accounting guidance.

  • The role entails mandatory approval of revenue accounting, lease accounting and asset de-recognition accounting for large and complex hospital deals.

  • Support internal control in adapting revenue related internal controls to reflect the change in nature and complexity of healthcare transactions. The position will support creating best practice customer solutions.


Responsibilities:

  • Support transaction teams with accounting guidance during solution development and contract negotiation

  • Accountable - accountable for appropriate financial reporting for LSPs, MES deals and relevant PPPs

  • Monitor the quality - monitor the appropriate accounting and reporting in our Client for large hospital deals (LSP/MES/PPP) over the term of the contract

  • Advise - advise a team of technical accounting advisors, with particular expertise in complex revenue recognition, asset de-recognition and lease accounting

  • Inform - inform on the accounting and external reporting implications relative to major transactions - to support decision-making and awareness

  • Team - this position part of a global team, part of the Accounting, Reporting and Internal Control (ARIC) organization, with a primary focus on North America and Latin America.


Requirements:

  • Bachelor or Master in Finance / Accounting, preferably complemented with CPA qualification

  • Extensive and progressing finance experience (at least 10+ years), early career at a big-4 audit firm with subsequent business experience in a revenue recognition role

  • Extensive experience with Revenue Recognition, lease accounting and preferably also with asset transfers / asset de-recognition

  • Ability to interact with and influence executives and must be able to build a new function and embed that function in a changing organization

  • Experience in managing sensitive information in business environment

  • Able to translate / explain highly complex accounting challenges in a simple manner


Skills Summary:

  • Revenue Recognition

  • CPA

  • Big 4 Audit Experience

  • 10+ years' experience


Ideal Candidate:

  • Holds a bachelor or master in Finance / Accounting, preferably complemented with CPA qualification

  • Has extensive and progressing finance experience (at least 10+ years), early career at a big-4 audit firm with subsequent business experience in a revenue recognition role

  • Has extensive experience with Revenue Recognition, lease accounting and preferably also with asset transfers / asset de-recognition


Company Description:

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