Position & Responsibilities:
The Director of Finance & Corporate Services is responsible and accountable to the CEO for the administration, organization, and management of all financial, payroll and information technology services.
- The preparation of monthly financial statements that includes; Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable systems and their reconciliations. Cash receipts, cash disbursements and journal entries required to produce the General Ledger in accordance with Administrative Policies and Procedures
- Budgets: responsible for the preparation of the annual operating and capital budgets with input assistance from the department heads in accordance with the policies and procedures
- Payroll and Benefits: responsible for the Payroll system and the accounting for the Payroll and Benefits.
- Year End Reporting: ensures the year-end accounts are properly recorded and assists the Auditor with the annual audit of the books and records in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
- Grants/Subsidies/Rebates: responsible for claiming all grants, subsidies and rebates owing in accordance with Government Legislation, contracts, or other negotiated agreements.
- Statistics and Government Reporting: ensures all required financial statistics and government reports are filed as required.
- Internal management reporting and analysis as applicable.
- Policies and Procedures: reviews and updates applicable Administrative Policies and Procedures.
- Management Team: functions as part of the Senior Leadership Team.
- Manages and directs the work of the Office Coordinator and Reception staff.
- Operational oversight responsibilities for payroll and benefits functions performed within the organization.
- Operational oversight responsibilities for the organizational information technology program.
- Reporting: reports to the Finance Committee in an advisory capacity. Attends Finance Committee and Board meetings as a guest and reports on the finances of the organization.
- Committee Meetings: sits on appropriate committees.
- Ensures legislative requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act are observed and supports the Health and Safety Program. (OHSA Sections 25, 26, 27)
- WSIB: ensures injured workers receive medical attention; supports the ESRTW plan in accordance with WSIA and the organizations Health & Safety Program.
- Other duties: assists the CEO or the Board of Directors in projects or requests when required.
- Post-Secondary education in Accounting and Administration
- Demonstrated leadership and administrative abilities
- Strong skills with regard to prioritization, collaboration, and negotiation
- Self-discipline, motivation, initiative, and excellent communication skills
- Mature, responsible individual with a genuine regard for the elderly
- Minimum three years’ experience in long-term care and seniors housing and community services environment.
A competitive wage and benefit package, including Group RSP contributions
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