Fast Pace Urgent Care

  • Sr. Analyst, Financial Planning and Analysis

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    Sr. Analyst, Financial Planning and Analysis


    Fast Pace Urgent Care is a rapidly growing and leading provider of urgent care and primary care across Tennessee, Kentucky, and Mississippi. With over 80 clinics and counting, Fast Pace offers quality care to patients in underserved, rural communities at a reduced cost, while fostering a culture of fellowship among its team members.


    Fast Pace is committed to hiring compassionate, driven people who ensure patients receive remarkable care. The company offers a number of challenging and meaningful careers. Working alongside accomplished leaders in a rapidly evolving company, employees will have an opportunity to grow professionally, while making a difference in people’s lives.


    Position Summary:

    The Senior Analyst will be a key asset in the future growth of the company, facilitating annual budgeting, quarterly forecasting, variance analysis, and assorted special and ad hoc projects. The analyst will provide financial consulting and strategic support to senior management, and will assist with the preparation of board presentations, financial presentations, industry and peer group comparisons, as well as the analysis of new business initiatives. This function acts as the analytical engine of the company, providing insights to support business decision making.


    Specific Functions:

    • Works with the Director of Financial Planning and Analysis to develop companywide targets in a timely and scalable manner
    • Builds cross-functional relationships with senior managers and corporate department, regional, and clinical leaders
    • Owns revenue estimation and cash forecasting, working with revenue cycle managers and regional and clinical leaders to improve the accuracy of forecasts
    • Develops a strong understanding of clinical operations, paying specific attention to billing and collection processes, as well as the underlying data.
    • Projects a range of scenarios and outcomes, focusing predominantly on revenue and labor drivers at the clinic level
    • Constructs three-statement (income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement) models
    • Analyzes variances in forecasts, advising management when targets are not achieved
    • Supports a wide variety of ad hoc requests without sacrificing quality or other responsibilities
    • Proactively drives continuous improvement in the financial planning process, exploring new software and planning techniques to achieve scalability and efficiency
    • Actively participates in annual planning and quarterly forecasting processes, assisting leaders across the organization with resource planning at the corporate department, regional, and clinic level
    • Compiles detailed revenue and expense budgets across a variety of time horizons (e.g. one-year to three-years), using best practices
    • Develops expertise in the company’s corporate performance management software, moving away from spreadsheets into more scalable solutions
    • Prepares monthly, quarterly, and yearly presentations for the company’s board of directors and external stakeholders
    • Prepares pro-forma analyses on the company’s strategic initiatives (e.g. acquisitions, divestitures, and investments)
    • Creates KPIs and distributes dashboards to senior managers, department heads, and regional and clinical leaders
    • Uses advanced Excel (Power Query, Power Pivot, VBA macros, etc.) and other analytical software (SQL, Power BI, etc.) to achieve directives
    • Supports investor and bank relationships as needed
    • Explores the impact of capital structure and financing alternatives as needed
    • Assist management with the due diligence process as needed
    • Demonstrates and appropriate understanding and working knowledge of accounting principles and internal controls


    Job Qualifications:

    • A Bachelor's degree in accounting or finance (CPA and/or MBA preferred but not required)
    • 2-3 years healthcare experience preferred
    • 3-5 years relevant accounting, financial reporting, and/or data analysis experience
    • Professional presence, with ability to interact with senior executives
    • Working knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)
    • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Ability to prioritize and complete deliverables quickly with a high degree of precision
    • Creative, engaged, highly-driven, and self-motivated


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