Chief Financial Officer - Andelyn Biosciences
Full-time; Benefits Eligible
Established as an affiliate company of Nationwide Children’s Hospital and its Research Institute, Andelyn Biosciences is a product of Nationwide Children’s Hospital’s success in clinical manufacturing and gene therapy. At Andelyn Biosciences, our mission is to use our knowledge and experience in the field of gene therapy translational and regulatory science, to help our clients develop new, safe, and effective long-term treatments to make a difference in the lives of patients and their families. Nationwide Children’s Hospital is investing in Andelyn Biosciences to support Phase III studies for clinical manufacturing with these capabilities scheduled to begin in the third quarter of 2020. Andelyn Biosciences is targeting 2023 for the completion of a state of the art, GMP, manufacturing facility capable of early stage development through commercial scale manufacturing. We are seeking a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) - The CFO is responsible for guiding and directing the financial functions of Andelyn Biosciences. The CFO acts as a strategic business partner to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and other members of the executive leadership team, providing insight and recommendations to both short term and long term incentives and growth plans. He/she continuously assesses and evaluates the financial performance of the organization with regards to long-term operational goals, budgets and forecasts, and creates and establishes annual financial objectives that align with Andelyn Biosciences’ plan for growth and expansion. The CFO will work across the enterprise to foster continuous operational improvement, integration and systems. The CFO is fully accountable for corporate finance, financial operations, revenue cycle, and treasury. The CFO will participate in developing and implementing tactical and strategic plans that optimize current and future performance. These plans will include strategies that continue to position the organization for ongoing investments in capital, programs, services, audit, research, revenue cycle, and insurance. The CFO’s responsibilities will include directly overseeing accounting, budgeting, financial and operations reporting, tax, reimbursement, and treasury (debt and cash management). In addition, the CFO will work closely with the business development personnel and human resources on operational improvements, the planning and implementation of new initiatives, and the management of staff resources and expenditures.
What Are We Looking For?
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