-        Canopy Health, formed in 2015 with leadership from UCSF and John Muir Health (JMH) and with participation from additional, leading Bay Area providers, is creating an integrated healthcare experience where quality care and coverage are provided by an alliance of the top caregivers across the Bay area, allowing people to access the best options for their personal needs. Owned by physicians and hospitals, Canopy Health is a community of caregivers championing health. Our focus is on improving health, advocating for the entire Bay Area, and supporting individuals in a way that is empathetic and respectful. Our large network of physicians and other providers will offer consistently high-quality care with clear, foreseeable costs.  


-        Founded in 2015, BayHealth Development is a University of California San Francisco Health (UCSF) and John Muir Health (JMH) joint venture company focused on infrastructure development supporting the needs of the Canopy Health accountable care network, and serving as a joint strategic investment vehicle in support of the UCSF/JMH affiliation. BayHealth Development is deeply committed to value creation in the Canopy Health network and our shared vision with UCSF/JMH for innovation in patient experience, access, affordability and quality of care.



-        This position reports to the Controller of Canopy Health and BayHealth Development. This position will work with senior business leaders in both organizations and will interact with the health plan, provider and vendor partners.

-        The Accounting Manager / Director will be a strategic partner of Canopy Health and BayHealth’s finance leadership team. The Accounting Manager / Director will work with the finance leadership to develop leading practice finance and accounting capabilities to support the achievement of the strategic goals of both organizations.


-        Build strong relationships and coordinate effectively with Canopy and BayHealth leadership, vendors, investors, partner provider systems, and health plans and other stakeholders

-        Develop and maintain leading practice accounting, planning and forecasting processes and capabilities to support business leadership

-        Create and maintain annual, multi-year financial plans and a 12-month rolling forecasts

-        Ensure timely and accurate month-end close, quarterly and year-end processes related to the plan and forecast

-          Compare actual results to budget and forecast; prepare and report insightful variance analyses to identify risks or opportunities and use data to influence leadership decisions

-        Partner with finance and business leadership team to prepare insightful and compelling board and subcommittee presentations

-        Streamline the consolidation, analysis and flow of financial information from/to health plans, providers, vendors, facilities, and project owners to ensure accurate, transparent and timely financial reporting

-        Provide decision and planning support to the Canopy Health and BayHealth business leadership teams

-        Lead the coordination of facility financing and planning in collaboration with key provider partners and facilities management vendors


-     Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and CPA required

-     Big 4 experience or Masters in Finance or related field highly preferred


-        At least 5 years of progressive finance and accounting experience for one or more healthcare organizations (health plan, integrated health system / complex hospital, large IPA, ACO, healthcare accounting/finance company).

-        Financial reporting and/or financial planning & analysis required

Knowledge/Skills Required:

-        Successful leadership experience within California or in a similarly mature managed care market characterized by a delegated model and capitated or other risk sharing contracts

-        Established track record of delivering accurate, compliant, timely and insightful accounting, financial and actuarial analysis

-        Ability to forecast, anticipate, and respond to trends and challenges, working collaboratively with leadership, providers and health plan partners

-        An adaptable and innovative leader with a tolerance for ambiguity; possesses the ability to lead and thrive in an dynamic environment marked by rapid change

-        Delegates appropriately and effectively; can lead through influence to obtain necessary resources

-        Can effectively build, lead, and scale a high-performing financial planning and analysis operation

-        Ability to determine key business issues and independently develop action plans

-        Significant experience managing people, with strong, professional communication and writing skills

-        Strong knowledge of accounting practices and principles

-        Experience with general ledgers, planning databases and report writing

-        Hyperion, Oracle, SAP or equivalent planning system experience a plus

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