Finance Manager

  • Preparing financial statements and reports following Canadian GAAP
  • Assessing and managing financial reporting risk to the Chief Administrative Officer
  • Developing and recommending procedures for identifying and mitigating financial reporting risks and fraud risks and ensuring approved procedures are followed.
  • Approving and completing an independent review of monthly bank reconciliations for each financial institution account
  • Ensuring that a reconciliation is performed each month for every financial institution account.
  • Documenting and alerting the Finance and Audit Committee of any irregularities in the reconciliation process
  • Developing, documenting, and maintaining policies and procedures relating to the procurement process for goods, services, and assets
  • Approving and signing all lending, guarantees, and indemnities within amounts specified in the Delegation and Authorization Table
  • Ensuring that lending allowances and write-offs (if any) are reported to the Finance and Audit Committee and are accurately recorded and disclosed in the financial statements.
  • Preparing an annual report for the Finance and Audit Committee setting out all payments made for loan guarantees and indemnities, loans forgiven, and payments received.
  • Responsible for the accurate and timely reporting of capital assets in the financial statements
  • Prepare the financial information related to maintenance and or replacement of capital assets as required by Financial Administration Law annually
  • Minimally provide quarterly reporting to the Finance and Audit Committee on the status of the capital asset reserve fund
  • Developing and recommending procedures for the safeguarding of assets and ensuring approved procedures are followed.
  • Developing budgets, including capital project plans and annual capital plans, and variance reports
  • Leads the finance team to foster a productive team-based environment where employees work together to achieve organizational goals and objectives.
  • Provides guidance and mentoring to employees to ensure alignment and to focus on their growth and development.

Knowledge Skills and Abilities

  • Detailed oriented and data-driven,
  • Critical thinking, analytical, and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, and presentation skills
  • Intermediate proficiency in MS Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Excel

Education, Experience, and Requirements

  • A Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Business Administration is required.
  • Five (5) years progressive accounting or finance experience with two (2) years at a senior financial level
  • Certified Aboriginal Finance Manager (CAFM) preferred.
  • Experience working with First Nations is preferred.
  • Valid and active Class 5 license
  • Satisfactory criminal record and credit check required.

Reference ID: TRT-001-ICO