Director of Finance & Corporate Assets (Some Potential Hybrid)
Prime Management Group Inc. is pleased to be partnering with a highly respected London, Ontario based nonprofit organization who provide critical support services for those in need, in the recruitment effort of a values-based, dynamic, and highly collaborative Director of Finance & Corporate Assets.
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Finance & Corporate Assets will champion the oversight for the effective stewardship of the financial and corporate resources received and utilized for the organization. Through hands-on, strategic leadership, the Director of Finance & Corporate Assets will support the nonprofit’s organizational system and community goals, while being accountable for the overall financial function of the organization.
What You Will Do / Key Responsibilities:
As a highly visionary and collaborative leader, the Director of Finance & Corporate Assets will oversee and empower the Finance team (including the Finance Manager, Finance Coordinator, and Finance Administrator) to high-performance levels to ensure the organization’s financial goals are met. This proven, results-focused leader will also engage and collaborate with the People & Culture Team (HR), Philanthropy & Communications Team, Program Directors, and the Chief Executive Officer to ensure a holistic leadership approach is demonstrated according to the organization’s Community Services’ vision, mission, and values. In addition, this people-centered leader will play a crucial, hands-on role in engaging and providing support and advice to management, thus fortifying team culture, while advocating for systems to further the organization’s community connection and growth.
The Director of Finance & Corporate Assets will work with a high level of detail in preparing annual organizational budgets, monthly & quarterly financial reports, reviewing funding reconciliations, and ensuring compliance with laws and regulations affecting the organization, including charity tax returns, HST, and rebate returns. This proven financial professional will also manage the cash flow for the organization, coordinate and oversee annual audit processes, establish internal control systems to prevent inaccuracies, and hire, train, and retain skilled finance staff.
What You Will Bring / Key Qualifications
To qualify for this rewarding opportunity, the successful candidate will hold a post-secondary degree in business, accounting, or finance and hold a CPA professional designation.
The accomplished leader will have a minimum of 10 years in business accounting and five years in a senior financial management/controller role, with experience in not-for-profit accounting practices and related government reporting. The Director of Finance & Corporate Assets will ideally be experienced with the deferral method of accounting, reporting in accordance with Part 3 of the CPA handbook (NPOs), Transfer Payment agencies, and the Foundations and charity tax law. Knowledge of Sage 300 and Sage Business Intelligence Reporting is an asset.
In addition to their demonstrated financial knowledge, this philanthropic and empathetic leader will possess superior interpersonal and communication skills, coupled with a strong understanding of team management skills, independent decision making, and the ability to work with people of diverse backgrounds, generations, and abilities.
Prime Management Group Inc. will be accepting all resumes and cover letters in confidence from interested candidates. To express your interest in this opportunity, please submit your application here.
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