Surgical Care Affiliates

Financial Analyst – Financial Operations

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SCA is rapidly growing (12% compounded annual growth rate for earnings from 2009-2016) through a strategy of focusing on organic growth, strategic partnerships, and facility acquisitions. SCA operates 200+ surgical facilities, including surgery centers and surgical hospitals. Our mission is to care for our patients, serve our physicians, and improve healthcare in America. It achieves this mission by focusing on its core values of clinical quality, integrity, service excellence, teamwork, accountability and continuous improvement. And our work doesn’t stop there - in 2015, SCA established a Medical Missions program to expand the number of patient lives we touch by performing affordable surgeries in Honduras.

Accountabilities / Responsibilities

Reporting to the Director Financial Operations, this role supports Field Operations and Financial Operations in driving meaningful year-over-year growth in Norther California, a high priority geography for growth within Surgical Care Affiliates (SCA). This includes designing and executing ad hoc analyses as appropriate as well as generating and analyzing monthly operational and financial reports.


The Analyst – Financial Operations position can be a launching pad to a successful career within Operations, Finance, or Corporate Development.



  • Analyze monthly and quarterly results regarding facility performance vs budget, forecast, and prior periods; and provide thoughtful insight and recommendations on the business’ trajectory
  • Drive decision making using analytics (i.e. contribution margin, cash generation, benchmarking, other ad hoc requests) to support initiatives of the Financial Operations team and Operations team
  • Generate standard monthly operating/financial reports and actively participate on monthly review calls with executive level leadership
  • Assemble presentations for quarterly surgery center and joint venture board meetings
  • Build financial models and projections for transactions with new physician investors and potential mergers
  • Assist with annual budgeting and quarterly forecasting processes
  • Communicate effectively with various internal and external stakeholders to drive efficient processes that deliver optimum results


  • Bachelor’s degree in business field required – Finance/Economics/Accounting
  • Highly preferred 2-3 years of relevant work experience
  • Qualified candidate will be highly analytical, a critical thinker, intellectually curious, with decision making skills
  • Understanding of basic accounting principles and familiarity with financial statements/reporting
  • Ability to digest financial information, render judgment, create context, and recognize patterns
  • Ability to meet deadlines, maintain attention to detail, and manage conflicting priorities
  • Very proficient to expert level using Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Access, Word, PowerPoint)



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