Penn Medicine, originating in 1751 with the founding of the nation’s first hospital, is dedicated to pioneering medical frontiers with a staff of innovators who have dedicated their lives to advancing medicine through excellence in education, research, and patient care.
This position participates in valuation and analysis of the monthly combining financial statement package, accounts for and reconciles transfers to and from the university, and provides financial support and analysis to controllers and department directors as required.
The ideal candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance, CPA certification, and a minimum of two years of experience in any combination of the following departments: financial analysis, financial systems, general accounting, and financial planning.
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This position directs the development, implementation, compliance, and administration of the University of Pennsylvania Health System’s employee benefits, workers’ compensation, and leave-of-absence programs.
The ideal candidate will preferably possess an MBA or similar degree, 10 or more years of experience in a benefit leadership role in a large and complex organization, and CEBS certification.
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This position develops, implements, and facilitates recruitment and placement strategies and staffing services throughout the University of Pennsylvania Health System and supports its overall human resources strategies.
The ideal candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree, a minimum of three years of full life cycle recruiting experience, and proven experience with common tools, processes, and applications used in full life cycle recruiting.
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Accounts Receivable Supervisor, CBO
This position evaluates strategy effectiveness by tracking payer key performance indicators and implementing corrective actions, assists in standardizing and improving staff efforts, and maintains good working knowledge of payer policies and procedures.
The ideal candidate will possess a high school diploma or equivalent, a minimum of three years of experience in healthcare accounts receivable, and a minimum of six months of project management or team leadership experience.
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