Website Kina Gbezhgomi Child and Family Services

Under the supervision of the Finance Administrator, the incumbent is responsible for providing supervision, administrative management, guidance, and leadership of assigned staff. The Finance Supervisor is also responsible to support the development and ongoing implementation of financial systems of the agency’s operation including employee benefits.
• Master of Business or Chartered Aboriginal Finance Manager Designation (CAFM), University
Degree in Commerce, Finance, Accounting, or Business Administration.
• A minimum of five (5) years of work experience in financial/administrative management and at least
five (5) years of recent and successful employment experience in an Indigenous work environment
with exposure to financial processes and procedures.
• A minimum of three (3) years in a supervisor role, and/or a minimum of five (5) years of
progressively responsible experience
• An individual of Anishinaabe ancestry is preferred with genuine understanding and lived
experiences of Anishinaabe worldviews, traditions, customs, and practices.
• Perform regular Finance Team Meetings, providing input on issues and concerns.
• In accordance with the agency’s staff evaluation process, ensuring written annual performance
appraisals for all assigned staff are completed as required.
• Identifying training and development needs of staff and accordingly consulting with and making
recommendations to Human Resources as appropriate.
• Ensure the training is provided to the finance clerks on how to input into the general ledger,
accounts payable, accounts receivable, and payroll systems
• Will update the budget and general ledger monthly to maintain proper financial controls.
• Is responsible for completing WSIB Form 6 & 7 together with HR Legal.
• Must possess knowledge, respect, and sensitivity of the Anishinaabe culture and be committed to
helping Anishinabe families strengthen and achieve Mino Bimaadizowin (living the good life)
through healthy level of well-being.
• Given the traditional practices of the Anishinabek, from time-to-time exposure to wood smoke and
the burning of sacred medicines, including tobacco, sweet grass, sage, or cedar, may occur within
the work setting.
• Must be willing to comply with KGCFS COVID 19 Vaccination Policy

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