At Sana Lake Recovery, we treat substance use and mental health disorders as a chronic disease that is unique to each of our members. Our substance use programs have been designed to be member-centered, catering to personalized needs throughout the entire healing process.

Our unique approach to substance use and mental health treatment stems from our dedicated commitment to exceptional care, evidence-based practices, and compassionate staff. The intimate setting provided by Sana Lake cultivates an environment that facilitates meaningful recovery and promotes an overall sense of well-being.

We are currently looking to add a dynamic individual to our team to serve as our Chief Financial Officer.

Education: Minimum of a bachelor’s in finance/accounting, or a closely related field


  • Minimum 10 years of finance and accounting experience, required
  • CPA or CMA designation, required
  • Advanced Excel Skills
  • Experience with QuickBooks
  • Experience in the Behavioral Healthcare Industry, preferred
  • Supervisory experience-training, assigning, coaching, monitoring
  • Passion for people and excellent customer relation skills

Overview of Responsibilities:

  • Provides continuous evaluation of both short- and long-term financial goals and strategies, offers guidance to enhance organizational performance, and provides forecast and trend information to assist the organization in meeting its financial objectives.
  • Ensures accurate and timely reporting of relevant financial information to all stakeholders, to include, but not limited to the executive leadership, financial institutions, creditors, investors, and other members of management.
  • Maintains strong working relationships with members of the executive leadership in order to identify needs, plan budgets, and implement revenue generating solutions
  • Ensures credit risk is balanced with business objectives, targets are met and that only valid claims with proper management authorization are paid.
  • Oversees the general accounting function, which includes inter-company accounting, cash management/reconciliation, financial reporting, and balance sheet management.
  • Oversees the creation of usable budgets for the organization, including evaluating the long-term needs of each department
  • Ensures policies and procedures (internal controls) are in place to provide reasonable assurance that the organizational assets are protected
  • Maintains records of assets, liabilities, profit and loss, tax liability, or other financial activities within the organization
  • Investigates budget and variance issues and recommend corrective actions
  • Generates and interpret financial records and statements for management
  • Coordinates work relating to both internal and external audits in the periodic review of the organization’s financial records
  • Analyzes trends to reduce financial risks associated with making investments and/or spending decisions
  • Oversees credit card, general ledger and bank reconciliations
  • Participates in Process Improvement
  • Hires and oversees staff and leaders in the finance and accounting departments, including giving direction and conducting performance evaluations
  • Has a strong understanding of fiscal policy and investment regulations