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Finance Manager

Tsal'alh Government Logo

65000 - 72500 ANNUAL

Tsal'alh Government

Published 2024-05-30

Company description Today, the Tsal’alhmec (people of the lake) live in a semi-isolated, remote community, that is over 1,800 hectares in size, located at the most central/northern point of the St’át’imc Territory, along the shores of Seton and Anderson Lake. Before colonization, the Tsal’alhmec numbered in the thousands with many large village sites that were along the shores of the lake, when both lakes were connected. These sites can still be seen today as evidence of Tsal’alhmec use and occupancy. As one of the 11 St’át’imc communities within the St’át’imc territory, the Tsal’alhmec have always had a close relationship with their tcmicw (land) and have strong collective stewardship values. Today, Tsal’alhmec understand and respectfully acknowledge the legacy their ancestors have left them, and with their guidance the Tsal’alhmec will continue to live their culture and traditions for generations to come. “We are a community that agrees to work together, based upon our tradition of living ‘sustainable’ lives, and taking a long-term view to share and protect the land, the animals, and the plants, so they can sustain future generations in perpetuity.” Tsal'alh has a registered membership of about 700 members, about half living in the Tsal'alh community. Tsal'alh does business through the Governance & Administration office, and also has a Health Centre, School, Firehall, Gas Bar, and is the shareholder and owner of Tsal'alh Development Corporation and Tsal'alhmec Holding Corporation. Tsal'alh provides community services through community wellness, health, safety, education, food security, and is a major contributor to the economy, both locally and throughout the St'at'imc Nation. Job description Financial Controller Tsal’alh (Seton Lake Indian Band), is seeking a Financial Controller to join our team located in Tsal’alh, BC, about 67 kilometers northwest of Lillooet. Reporting to the Band Administrator, the Controller will play a critical role in overseeing the financial operations of the Tsal’alh community. He/she will be responsible for Tsal’alh’s financial plans and policies; accounting practices, the conduct of its relationships with lending institutions and the financial community, the maintenance of its fiscal records, and the preparation of financial reports. This position involves supervision over general accounting, property accounting, internal auditing, and budgetary controls for Tsal'alh Government's community programs and services; and development corporation. Key Responsibilities: * Oversee all financial operating process and analyze results and ensure compliance with GAAP * Establish and maintain financial reports * Prepare financial budgets and plans * Analyze financial statements to pinpoint areas of risk and/or potential weak areas * Supervise account reconciliation, manage all accounts and update journal units * Oversee month-end closing of accounts, identify issues, compare with year-ago results and projections * Manage all external filings and prepare management reports * Determine and verify systems and oversee processing of all financial data * Manage financial policies and ensure compliance to these policies * Provide support to the Finance Team to ensure records systems are maintained in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards, including: * Monthly & Quarterly preparation of Finance Statements * Management of investments and cashflow requirements * Maintain year-end working papers and spreadsheets, and assist with preparation for any audits or independent reviews with Band Administrator and Council Finance Committee * Monthly reconciliations * Maintain current knowledge of regulatory changes and impacts on the organization's books of account * Maintain an accurate and complete trail of supporting documentation for all financial and bookkeeping activities * Performs other accounting responsibilities as necessary Preferred Skills and Qualifications: * Degree in accounting, finance or a related field preferred * CPA or CAFM designation preferred * 5+ years of experience in financial management * Experience in accounting and computerized accounting programs * Excellent computer skills, including working knowledge of MS Word, SAGE 300, Excel and other Accounting Software * Excellent communication skills both verbal and written * Assertive, comfortable communicating with various types of individuals * Strong problem identification and problem resolution skills * Strong logical thinking, analysis, and reasoning to identify underlying principles, reasons, facts * Ability to manage First Nations policies, procedures, and fiscal relationships with other levels of government * Good organizational, time management and prioritizing skills Industry: Government Benefits: * Flexible working hours * Extended health care * Vision care * Dental care * Life insurance * Disability insurance * Company pension * Vacation & paid time off * Casual dress * Company events & social hours * Employee assistance programs * On-site parking Job Type: Full-time Pay: $65,000.00-$80,000.00 per year Benefits: * Casual dress * Company events * Dental care * Disability insurance * Extended health care * Life insurance * Paid time off * Relocation assistance * RRSP match * Vision care Schedule: * Monday to Friday Ability to commute/relocate: * Shalalth, BC V0N 3C0: reliably commute or plan to relocate before starting work (required) Education: * Bachelor's Degree (preferred) Experience: * Indigenous Organization work: 2 years (required) * Accounting: 5 years (required) Licence/Certification: * CPA or CAFM Designation (preferred) * Drivers Licence (required) Work Location: In person Application deadline: 2024-01-04

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