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Senior Financial Analyst


Assists leadership with VNSNY analysis and budgeting activities, focusing on data analysis, budget preparation, adhoc analysis, financial planning, and cost containment. Also assists with the development of consolidated executive and board level reporting.

  • Assists leadership with financial analysis activities using budget planning tools.  Reviews financial plans and supports the preparation of annual operating budgets.

  • Assists with the production of budget, monthly operational review, finance committee and board packages. 

  • Ensures that input and changes to budget data for assigned areas of focus are correct.  Produces summary of changes by each area after budget completion for review and sign-off.

  • Assists in the design of Hyperion and Workday based elements such as reports, dashboards, forecasting, and input forms.  Supports on-going updates and/or adjustments.

  • Supports ongoing performance monitoring efforts.  Prepares supporting schedules, to be used in monthly financial dashboard and key performance indicator reports.  Assists management with analyses of major variances between budget/forecast plan and actual results across indicators including: Staffing, Program Volume, OTPS, Performance Indicators, as well as Productivity and Performance/Activity Measures. Prepares written and statistical summary reports.

  • Acts as an HR liaison for management with regional program directors to prepare monthly staffing ratio reports, FTE’s reports, NC capacity reports, and FTE variance reports. 

  • Leverages tools with statistical, financial and benchmarking data to develop projections of financial results; analyzes results to identify spending trends, cost reductions and program issues.  Collaborates with staff in other finance areas and other departments to verify expenditure and performance data and related findings.

  • Keeps the team members informed through meetings and provides status reports on status and progress of assignments.

  • Designs and delivers management key performance indicator reports, and analyzes trends at level of care, channel, referral source, payer and other levels.

  • Utilizes financial planning systems to assist in the development of enterprise wide quarterly financial forecasts and annual budget. Works with developer and appropriate finance staff on required updates. 

  • Develops and analyzes business plans for new programs, creating Income Statement, Cash Flow and ROI.  Reports to leadership on project profitability and risks.  Tracks viability of new programs through the design and implementation of performance indicators. 

  • Provides leadership and guidance to new and less experienced staff members.

  • Prepare necessary documents for external and internal auditors.

  • Participates in other special projects and other duties as required.

  • Interacts with Corporate bank representative along with VNSNY Treasury Specialist to develop new banking process and procedures with third parties and prepares monthly bank reconciliations.

  • Performs specialized “case mix” variance analysis that incorporates the restatement of “non-controllable” budgeted statistics (e.g. census by product) to their actual levels.  Computes and prepares variance reports for management on a regular basis and consolidates reports with monthly financials to ensure the controls of costs, as required.

  • Interacts with Corporate bank representative along with VNSNY Treasury Specialist to develop new banking process and procedures with third parties and prepares monthly bank reconciliations.

  • Conducts utilization variance analysis to compare actual vs. planned service units provided to members.  Provides management with regular status reports covering statistical variances, including those not explained by “case mix” related adjustments.

  • Reviews and analyzes monthly financial transactions, ensuring accuracy and completeness of journal entries, makes necessary adjustments as needed, prepares reports of findings and disseminate financial reports to management for review.

  • Interacts with Corporate bank representative along with VNSNY Treasury Specialist to develop new banking process and procedures with third parties and prepares monthly bank reconciliations.

  • Oversees and reviews monthly general ledger accruals for categories of expense (e.g. nursing home, home health aid hours, transportation), and supervises the development of subledgers and/or back end reports.


Education: Bachelor's degree in Finance, Business Administration or related discipline required.  Master's degree in Business Administration preferred.

Experience: Minimum four years progressive experience in finance related positions which includes accounting, budgeting, financial analysis, or financial planning required.  Demonstrated high level proficiency in Microsoft Office suite (Windows Excel, PowerPoint and Word), and ability to work with on-line databases and data warehouses required. Effective oral and written communication and interpersonal skills required. Experience with Hyperion version 11 Planning, Reports, Essbase, Workday, and/or ”nVision preferred.



The Visiting Nurse Service of New York (VNSNY) is the nation's largest not-for-profit home- and community-based health care organization, serving the five boroughs of New York City, and Nassau, Suffolk, and Westchester Countries. For over 125 years, VNSNY has been committed to improving the health and well-being of people through high-quality, cost effective healthcare in the home and community. We offer a wide range of services, programs, and health plans to meet the diverse needs of our patients, members, and clients from before birth to the end of life. Each day, more than 13,000 VNSNY employees - including nurses, rehabilitation therapists, social workers, other allied professionals, and paraprofessionals - deliver compassionate care, unparalleled medical expertise, and 24/7 solutions and resources to more than 44,000 patients and members, helping them to live the best lives possible in their homes and communities.