Full-Time • Kapuskasing Region
Reporting to the Administrator, the Financial Officer will provide for the financial and accounting functions of the Home. The Financial Officer is responsible for all activities related to financial reporting, cost control, analysis, and budgeting. Working in collaboration with the Administrator and the administrative management team, this position will also be accountable for planning and coordinating operational processes necessary for the daily management and functional operation of the home.
§ Must possess a Business Administration Accounting Diploma from a recognized post-secondary institution or equivalent diploma.
§ Minimum of five (5) years of progressive experience in accounting/finance, preferably within the healthcare sector.
§ Current registration as a member in good standing with the required oversight body related to post-secondary degree (e.g., CPA, CHRP) is an asset.
§ Must have knowledge/experience with Windows environment (Excel, Word, accounting software etc.).
§ Must possess initiative, discretion, and sound judgment.
§ Ability to work independently to strict deadlines and in a team environment is crucial to operational effectiveness.
§ Must have sound organizational skills.
§ Knowledge of GAAP and PSAS is an asset.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English, able to communicate in French and English
§ Extensive experience in financial, or quality planning and project management including planning, forecasting, and reporting requirements.
§ Project management experience related to quality improvement and capital projects. Exceptional time management skills.
§ Demonstrated knowledge of the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007, inspection protocols, compliance requirements, and Ontario Regulation 79/10.
Provide financial management information by researching and analyzing accounting data.Prepare special financial reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing account information and trends.Perform audits to substantiate financial transactions and planned budgets.Maintain accounting controls by preparing and recommending applicable policies and procedures.Prepare payments by verifying documentation, and requesting disbursements.Bi-weekly payroll (including employer contributions remittances & employees pension plan OMERS) and answering payroll inquiries from employees.Comply with all Ministry, Provincial, and all Home legal financial requirements by reviewing existing and new legislation, enforcing adherence to requirements, and advising management on required actions.Perform accounting month-end tasks, HST reconciliation and bank reconciliations.Assist in the preparation of documents for year-end audit and Ministry reporting.Prepare the annual operating and capital budgets.
Facilitate the forecasting and annual budgeting process, lead annual financial audits, review and prepare financial statements.Ensure financial policies align with strategic plan and oversee service agreements for funding and reporting requirements. Monitor and evaluate employee benefits plans, administer and maintain pay equity requirements, including maintenance of pay scale charts and salary surveys. Develop long-term operational strategies, and funding proposals and facilitate planning with stakeholders for long-run sustainable home operation.
**The successful applicant will be required to provide a Vulnerable Sector Police Record Check.**
Please email your application
to: Emilie Lemieux – HR Coordinator