Manager, Population Health Financing

Manager, Population Health Financing

National Healthcare Group
3-5 years
Not Specified

Job Description

The Challenges
You will be responsible for defining a sustainable governance framework to ensure a strong internal control environment in Hospital, i.e. controls are fit for purpose, operating as designed and are adaptable to meet the evolving challenges.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Finance Liaison for internal/external audits.
  • Identify opportunities to improve business processes and internal control mechanisms to add value to operations.
  • Develop and manage relationships with key stakeholders.
  • Manage collaborations and initiatives with other business units/departments.
  • Support preparation of comprehensive business review and updates.
  • Conduct training, awareness, case study sessions on themes relevant to current control environment.
  • Perform adhoc duties and projects, as assigned

The Requirements
  • Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or equivalent, with at least 3-5 years of experience, in audit and accounting
  • Good understanding of internal controls, corporate governance and regulatory compliance
  • Able to use data analytics where possible to enhance and continuously improve the design and operating effectiveness of the controls
  • Ability to be hands-on, to multi-task and meet tight timelines
  • Flexibility in resolving issues and addressing changing priorities.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Meticulous, analytical and independent

We regret that only applications submitted through NHG Career Webpage (, TTSH Career Webpage ([]) and JobStreet Singapore ( will be considered. If you are accessing this job posting from another website, please visit the official web pages mentioned above.

The National Healthcare Group (NHG) is a group of healthcare institutions in Singapore. The group was formed in 2000 and operates several hospitals, national specialty centres, and polyclinics. Tan Tock Seng Hospital is the largest hospital in the group and serves as the flagship hospital for the cluster.In November 1999, then-Minister for Health Lim Hng Kiang announced that Singapore's public healthcare institutions would be reorganised into two delivery networks, or clusters.In October 2000, the formation of the two clusters - National Healthcare Group and SingHealth - were officially completed.

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