If you are looking for an opportunity to contribute your experience, knowledge, and passion in a meaningful way, CLBC is the place for you!
Community Living British Columbia [CLBC] is a crown corporation responsible for arranging supports and services to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. CLBC staff strives to live the corporate vision of 'Lives filled with possibilities in welcoming communities'.
As a Financial Planning Consultant at CLBC, you will primarily be responsible for maintaining CLBC's relationship with external ministries and other strategic partners in matters of funding, reporting and accountability. You will work collaboratively with leaders across organizational divisions, and apply sound financial expertise and adopt a flexible approach to undertake a wide variety of activities, including:
Assisting with external reports including Treasury Board Submissions, Ministry Briefing Notes and Quarterly Performance Report
Supporting the development of CLBC's funding allocation and analyzing program expenditures throughout the year
Responding to collective bargaining developments and coordinating CLBC's participation in cross-ministry strategic initiatives
Analyzing and reporting on service provider funding data, ensuring the equitable application of contract negotiation principles and designing and supporting processes to systemically update service provider contracts and contract negotiation tools; and
Other duties and projects as arising
You will partner with the Financial Planning Specialist to support the corporate reporting and service provider funding functions.
This role requires:
Financial planning, monitoring, analysis and reporting expertise
A high level of competence in preparing documents such as business plans, executive briefings, and government submissions
organizational skills with the ability to manage concurrent projects and prioritize tasks effectively within an environment of limited resources
Active listening skills with the demonstrable ability to identify, understand and prioritize key issues and concerns
The ability to enhance performance through innovation, consistent with the highest and best practice standards
The ability to identify and analyse complex issues, arguments and evidence
Bachelor's Degree in a relevant discipline
CPA Canada accounting designation attained or near completion
Multi-faceted policy and/or program/funding assessment and reporting of financial results
Budget monitoring, forecasting, analysis and reporting within a multi-location environment
Preparation of published financial statements and reports an asset
Process development in large and complex not-for-profit/government organizations an asset
Intermediate MS Word and Excel skills
Experience with web-based contract management systems
Successful applicants are subject to a Criminal Record Check (Criminal Records Review Act),
We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including a pension, flex days, generous vacation and special leave to attend to personal/family matters, life insurance, and salary protection for sick days and if needed, long-term disability. Our development policies and programs ensure continuous learning and offer an opportunity for professional development and skill-building.
This position is posted to fill a new vacancy
Term / Status: Regular/Full time
Classification/Salary: Financial Officer R27 / Position starts at $71,298 annually, plus receives a temporary market adjustment of 6.6% bi-weekly.
Note: An eligibility list for internal candidates may be established. This list is shared with the Labour Management Committee.
Closing date: July 7, 2020
Apply now! Submit a resume and cover letter online to the attention of Jaimie Willows. Applications received by email or other methods will not be considered.
Community Living BC is an equal opportunity employer.