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Current Posting:

Position Title: Financial and Information Manager       

Reports to:  Executive Director          

Hours: 37.5 hours per week


Financial & Info Manager Responsibilities:

  • Provide support to programs, services & management through daily financial information & accountability
  • Responsible for budgets, cash flows, financial reports, full cycle general accounting, payroll and benefits, documentation and remittances
  • Update information & billing through the Integrated Candidate Management system (ICM) as dictated by the Employment Program of British Columbia (EPBC)
  • Work within the guidelines, policy & mission of the Society, accountable & responsible for specific projects as assigned

Accounting Responsibilities:

  • Support the development of the Society and programs’ operational budget. This includes monthly financial statements, cash flow projection, balance sheet, account reconciliations
  • Monitor the annual budget, contracts & fundraising events expenditures
  • Prepare the financial components of funding proposals, applications & reports
  • Support annual reviews, maintain all necessary financial records & prepare timely audits as required
  • Daily accounting for the Society including cheques, invoices, deposits, petty cash, accounts receivable and payables, posting journal entries & other regular transactions in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
  • Investigate & report variances in budgets, prepare appropriate analysis of the reports to ensure a complete financial report
  • Provide timely & accurate financial reports to the Executive Director, Board and external bodies including GST rebate, WCB, & external contracts per agreements
  • Prepare/monitor/track service contracts/agreements with funders

Payroll & Benefits Administration: 

  • Administer bi-weekly payroll. Manage payroll records, including: staff holidays, benefits & medical.
  • Liaise with Benefits providers. Orient new staff to benefit package as set out in the Policy Manual


  • ICM Data entry: correct & timely entry of workshops and financial supports
  • Manage ICM policy and procedures updates
  • Administrative awareness of all contracts, leases & agreements


Criminal record check & Ministry of Social Development security screening for ICM system access required

Experience & Skills:

Accounting/Bookkeeping experience required, 2 years’ financial management experience preferred. Qualifications: organize and manage finances, records, personnel, and other project operations. Liaison with boards, agencies, funding agents, human service workers. Proficiency in Simply Accounting (Sage 50) essential; Payworks also preferred. Full ICM training will be provided


Awareness of issues facing women who have experienced trauma & violence including poverty, housing challenges, mental health, addictions concerns & impacted employability. Support Indigenous women and cultural safety. Sensitivity & openness to participate in cultural awareness training is essential

Results Orientation Challenge goals that one has set by improving what has already been done

Teamwork & Cooperation Work with a multi-disciplinary team to achieve organizational goals. Be able to understand and respond effectively to people from diverse backgrounds and views

Problem Solving & Judgment Apply Systems Thinking to analyze problems, organize information & identify key factors of underlying causes and generate solutions

Conflict Mgnt Develop working relationships that facilitate the prevention and/or resolution of conflicts

Please submit your resume & cover letter by November 8, 2017 to: