Intermediate Accountant, Doig River First Nation


Maxwell Management Group Ltd. is proud to partner with Doig River First Nation in the search for an Intermediate Accountant to join their team.


Doig River First Nation is a vibrant Indigenous community located in beautiful British Columbia. Our community values tradition, culture, and strong connections to the land and our ancestors. We are dedicated to fostering a safe, healthy, and nurturing environment for our members, promoting their overall well-being and growth.

Our vision, for the community is that:

  • Everyone feels cared for and supported in their journey towards Kema (health and well-being)
  • Traditional wisdom and knowledge is being combined with technology to create a better future
  • Everyone has the resources they need to live a good life

Kema means ‘a good place in nature’ in Dane-zaa Záágé. The concept of Kema is about people coming together and living healthy lifestyles as a connected community. When our people are physically, emotionally, socially, culturally, environmentally and intellectually healthy we find Kema (a good place). Kema is founded on four key principles that have guided our people since time immemorial.

Position Summary:

We are seeking a talented and dedicated Intermediate Accountant with a solid foundation in accounting practices, including the successful completion of their CPA or Core I of the CPA Professional Education Program (PEP). Reporting to the Finance Manager, you will be responsible for various accounting duties as well as assisting in the preparation of periodic financial reports and providing backup for all payroll functions.

Join us in supporting the financial well-being of our community while contributing to the growth and success of Doig River First Nation.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or a related field.
  • CPA Designation or Advanced level CPA Student.
  • Minimum of 1 – 2 years of relevant accounting experience.
  • Strong understanding of accounting principles, financial reporting, and budgeting.
  • Proficiency in accounting software and Microsoft Office suite.
  • Understanding of the cultural context and sensitivities related to working with Indigenous communities.


  • Salary Range:  $75,000 – $80,000
  • Full benefits
  • Matching RRSP
  • 8 weeks vacation (includes 6 weeks of scheduled office closures per year)

Please apply in confidence to:

Chris Hepburn
Maxwell Management Group Ltd.
1-855.305.4078 ext. 207

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Intermediate Accountant, Doig River First Nation2024-02-13T15:45:08-06:00

Manager, Human Resources – Long Term Care


Community Overview:

Our client is a non-profit charitable organization located in Markham Ontario, providing services to seniors under Unionville Home Society since 1967. The organization operates a long-term care home, rental housing for seniors, a seniors active living centre, and a life-lease apartment building. In addition, the organization provides community support services including an adult day program and geriatric outreach program. Their vision is to be a progressive community where older adults thrive; age well and live better.

Position Overview:

The Human Resources Manager provides human resources support and leadership to managers and employees on all Human Resources matters in a manner that supports the organization’s Mission, Vision and guiding principles and maximizes employee engagement. The Human Resources Manager provides guidance and direction in the areas of Employee/Labour Relations, Recruitment & Selection, Performance Management, Training & Development and generally provides HR coaching and support to the Management and employees. They will provide management for the development and implementation of all Human Resource and workforce planning and operations to support decision-making and to ensure staffing plans meet business needs, directives, policies, and long-term objectives. They will also oversee organizational transformation and design initiatives and recruitment strategies.

The Manager, Human Resources will champion and communicate the vision of the organization and the values of relationships and individuals, staff, teams, stakeholders, and partners.


  • Manages the development of long, medium- and short-term Human Resource plans ensuring that plans are linked and aligned with the overall strategic direction and financial plans and manages the development, implementation, and ongoing review/evaluation of plans as components of the larger strategic operational plan.
  • Manages Human Resource service delivery to support business operations including organizational structure design, FTE planning and management, advisory and guidance, recruitment approval processes, and re-organization planning and implementation initiatives.
  • Manages the learning and development function, including the effective oversight of all mandatory and compliance training, work in partnership with senior leaders, management and the Clinical Educator to understand needs and to investigate and recommend Learning Management programs in support of the overall Learning and Development Strategy and to ensure new learning and development programs and processes are well communicated and effectively used.
  • Briefs the Director of Business Operations on current/projected human resources, workforce planning and accommodation management issues and opportunities, provides strategic/business advice and presents recommendations and solutions.
  • Prepares and/or manages the preparation of recommendations, options, reports and responses to contentious issues, and information inquiries.
  • Plans, directs and manages HR dept. resources, including; hiring, orienting and training staff; motivating and inspiring staff to excel; providing development opportunities; conducting performance reviews; managing a broad range of employee relations matters, including discipline and hearing grievances and recommending dismissal. Identifies resource requirements.
  • As a member of the management team, contributes to management team deliberations and decision-making, including the development of strategies,
Manager, Human Resources – Long Term Care2024-01-05T13:37:04-06:00

Human Resources Manager, Not for Profit – Long Term Care

Maxwell Management Group Ltd. is proud to partner with Hellenic Home for the Aged Inc. in the search for a Human Resources Manager to join their team.


The Hellenic Home for the Aged Inc. is a not for profit organization dedicated to providing exceptional quality care and services to the seniors in our community that enhance their physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health. By staying at the forefront of our community’s ever-changing needs, our service is second-to-none. Our seniors live in a nurturing environment that respects, enhances and promotes their dignity, independence and happiness. The Home offers a unique cultural setting – one that is proud to recognize the customs and traditions of our residents who are of a predominantly Greek ethnic background – but with a long-standing commitment to provide for the needs of individuals from diverse backgrounds.

The Hellenic Home for the Aged Inc. is comprised of two main divisions: Housing and Long Term Care. This includes a  225-unit seniors’ apartment complex, Supportive Housing, Adult Day Program, and two Long Term Care facilities, with 82 beds in Toronto, and 128 beds in Scarborough.  Their dedicated staff works with families, volunteers and other service providers and agencies to address and provide for the needs of seniors.

Position Overview:

Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the Human Resources Manager is responsible for the management of a centralized human resources department managing HR responsibilities for both the Toronto and Scarborough campuses.

The HR Manager will provide HR advice to all levels of the organization regarding HR management. The key areas of accountability include promoting Hellenic Home culture and values,  all activities related to employee/labour relations, human resources policies and procedures,  health and safety,  recruitment and selection,  payroll, and benefits.

This is a rewarding opportunity if you have a desire for continuing professional development, career advancement and enjoy the support and collaboration from our multidisciplinary team.

Major Responsibilities:

  • Responsible to oversee the current labour negotiations and ongoing labour relations throughout the organization
  • Ensure policies and procedures are current and are in keeping with current relevant legislation for HR, Health and Safety, and AODA
  • Oversee the Health and Safety program throughout the organization including 3 JHSC committees and meetings, WSIB claim submissions and management, and early and safe return to work
  • Manage and oversee the recruitment process throughout the organization, including onboarding of all new staff.  Responsible for the AODA multiyear plan and policies
  • Responsible for collection and analysis of HR indicators
  • Oversee Performance Management program and Employee appreciation program
  • Oversee Bi weekly Payroll and Group Benefits & Pension Administration


  • University degree in Human Resources or post-secondary diploma in HR management or equivalent
  • CHRP designation an asset
  • Minimum three — five years of professional HR Generalist experience in Human Resources Management
  • Experience in
Human Resources Manager, Not for Profit – Long Term Care2023-11-28T06:54:13-06:00


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