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Riverbend Community Mental Health

Founded in 1963, Riverbend Community Mental Health is a private, nonprofit organization providing specialized behavioral health services in central New Hampshire. Core services include 24/7 emergency mobile crisis services; counseling services for children, adults, and families; and community support, vocational services, and residential programs for adults and seniors. Evidence-based models of treatment guide all our work, and we strongly believe in the power of self-directed growth and recovery.

Riverbend Community Mental Health, Inc., one of the largest providers of community-based behavioral health services in New Hampshire, is seeking a full-time Controller to work in close collaboration with the Board of Directors, auditors, vendors, and key Riverbend staff.
As Controller, you’ll have the opportunity to participate with senior management and the Board of Directors in managing and guiding the varied and complex revenue streams that impact the agency’s work. This position reports to the Senior Vice President/Chief Financial Officerand is based in Concord, New Hampshire.

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or a related field is required.
  • Graduate degree in Accounting, Finance, or a related field and/or CPA credentials is preferred.
  • A minimum of three years supervisory experience in a fully automated accounting and finance environment is preferred.
  • Healthcare industry experience is preferred.
  • Provide accurate and timely financial information that enables multiple corporations to make informed and strategic decisions.
  • Manage and monitor the collection of statistical data, and create financial reports.
  • Compile data to complete the fiscal year budget annually.
  • Evaluate business office resources to ensure staff can fulfill their responsibilities.
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Date Added: October 20, 2017

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