Strategic Advisory Services Financial Advisor/Senior Financial Analyst

Job Summary

Senior Analysts will support all members of their team on a variety of healthcare engagements. Primary responsibilities will be data collection, client financial analysis, market planning, financial modeling, due diligence, research, report writing, and supporting senior level staff.

Key Tasks & Responsibilities

  • Gather information and data such as, but not limited to, financial statements, operational reports, industry and market research, and any other data or information required to thoroughly provide the contracted product to the client.
  • Construct and take ownership of complex financial models utilized to assist clients with feasibility testing and/or applicable strategies.
  • Perform various financial analyses, develop financial models, conduct due diligence, and develop presentations. Review own work and that of teammates to ensure quality of product.
  • Participate in proposal development and writing.
  • Participate in calls and site visits as necessary and determined by supervisors.
  • Keep all team members informed of project progress and keep all projects and deliverables on the time schedule established with the client. Immediately inform supervisor if circumstances arise to impede or jeopardize that timeline.
  • Desire to become a thought leader within the industry by helping author internal and external content for articles and presentations.


  • Required Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree in management, finance or accounting.
  • Preferred Education: Bachelor’s degree in finance or accounting.
  • Experience: 1-2 years of financial modeling experience (regardless of industry).
  • Knowledge & Skills:
    • Ability to work independently with minimum supervision. Attention to detail and ability to review personal work and peers’ work.
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to present ideas in a business-friendly language and tailor formal and informal communications to the audience. Ability to build consensus both internally and externally.
    • Client-oriented work ethic and excellent interpersonal skills. Ability to build and manage relationships with key clients to ensure the success of each engagement.
    • Excellent collaboration and team orientation skills.
    • Desire to contribute thought leadership to engagements and organizational knowledge while working with a variety of personalities at all levels, both internally and externally.
    • Tenacity, intellectual curiosity, and a drive for continuous improvement.
    • Strong knowledge of accounting and financial theory.
    • Financial modeling experience.
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office; strong knowledge Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
    • Strong customer/client support.
    • Ability to work in office greater than 90 percent of time.
  • Travel: Travel may be required up to 20 percent (one day per week).

The salary range for this position is $70,000 – $95,000, dependent upon skills and experience.

Formed in 1995, VMG is a full-service healthcare transaction advisory and valuation firm focused exclusively on meeting the unique needs of the healthcare services industry. Over its 20-year history, VMG has performed over 25,000 valuation engagements. With offices in Dallas, Nashville, and Denver, VMG is a team of approximately 300 professionals specializing in specific disciplines to assist clients with their healthcare related business transaction needs, including:

  • Fair Market Value Opinions
  • Professional Service Agreement Valuations
  • Financial Reporting Valuations
  • Fairness Opinions
  • Real Estate Appraisals
  • Capital Asset Appraisals
  • Due Diligence Services

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