Waymark is a team of healthcare providers, technologists, and builders whose mission is to bring the best healthcare to people with Medicaid benefits.  Guided by the communities we serve, we bring support and technology-enabled care to help primary care providers keep Medicaid patients healthy.  We are building the tools and designing an approach to enable care to reach the patients who can benefit most.  

Our core values embody the essence of what makes Waymark a unique team today, and what we look for, nurture, and sustain as a team. We are bold builders, believing that the greatest challenges in care delivery can be solved when we harness the power of community and technology. We are humble learners, seeking feedback and perspectives different from our own, and welcome challenges to our conclusions. We experiment to improve, actively seeking data to inform decisions and to assess our own performance. We act with focused urgency, our commitment to our mission drives us to tirelessly pursue results.

If this vision resonates with you, we hope you consider bringing your creativity, your energy, your curiosity to Waymark. 

About the Role

As the FP&A, Lead for Waymark, you will report to the Head of Finance and work closely with the leadership team to lead the financial planning and analytics that support the mission, vision, and high growth trajectory of Waymark. You will lead the creation of, collaborate across the organization on the forecast, evaluating the business for risks and opportunities, and assessing growth. You will be a key thought leader as we build Waymark infrastructure for Medicaid patients. Additionally, you will partner closely with the Controller and Business Operations to evaluate actual performance compared to committed KPIs. You will be a key thought partner as we build the accounting and finance operations that create the foundation for the company.

 

The position comes with exciting challenges. You will build and shape the accounting operations of Waymark and manage a growing team. 

Responsibilities

  • Manage and lead a two year quarterly forecast and budgeting process that supports the business plan commitments.
  • Own the consolidations process for the P&L and deliver supporting analyses for forecasted inputs, as well as risk assessments.
  • Model business development opportunities for go/no-go decisions from the C-Suite.
  • Partner with the Controller to communicate financial impacts across the financial statements at the end of each month and reevaluate on a quarterly basis.
  • Deliver strategic analytics and insights for senior management in all matters spanning population health, operations, finance, and strategy.
  • Lead and own a five-year outlook on a quarterly basis. 
  • Deliver financial reporting for investors and the Board of Directors.
  • Drive financial analyses for business development opportunities.

Required Qualifications

  • Past finance experience in Government Programs, Value Based Care, and/or Provider Contracting
  • Bachelor degree in Finance or Accounting
  • 6+ years of experience in corporate finance
  • Be a "working leader" with an eagerness to roll up your sleeves and put the work in, as well as manage, develop, and build a team
  • Excellent communication vertically through the organization up to the ELT and breaking down technical ideas and concepts

Preferred Qualifications

  • Passion for improving care for Medicaid patients
  • Experience working in early-stage high growth environments
  • Enthusiasm to build, lead, and innovate
  • Fostering collaboration across teams and with clients and key partners
  • Track record of building and leading teams with a focus on individual development
  • Experience with enterprise financial systems

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