Accountant

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Accountant

Goal of the post

Under the administrative supervision of the Director General and the functional supervision of the Financial Treasurer-Controller, he or she develops and manages the accounting and financial processes at ÉMC.

Responsibilities

Manage all of EMC’s accounting and financial transactions, including:

  • Keep the books (newspapers, ledgers) up to date in the organization’s accounting software;
  • Make the imputations of the accounting documents and enter them into the accounting software before classifying them in a chronological and numerical order validated by the Financial Controller;
  • Produce periodic financial statements according to accounting standards and/or the needs of funders or according to the requirements of the Branch and/or Board of Directors.
  • Track regions’ activities and provide the right performance indicators in a timely manner;
  • Manage the expense payment process (order, billing, payment) and ensure that supporting documents are consistent with expenses incurred, approved by the Branch, before being classified in the correct order;
  • Track bank accounts and ensure that balances are fair and verifiable, especially through the monthly bank reconciliation statements validated by the financial controller;
  • Check and confirm expense statements submitted by employees and volunteers, and submit them for approval by the Director-General before payment;
  • Manage financial activities with different suppliers and communicate with the various coordinators to ensure that delivery schedules are met;
  • Manage ÉMC’s taxation to ensure compliance with tax laws and the production of tax reports on time in the required form.
  • Manage payroll and related social implications (direct deposit, withholding tax, payment of contributions, production of tax slips, holidays, holidays, etc.);
  • Manage the entire cashing process, keep appropriate records and issue receipts for donations, grants, registrations for activities, sponsorships or other cash receipts from the organization;
  • Manage the timelines of accounts receivable and accounts receivable and make raises if necessary;
  • Participate in the process of developing project, program and activity budgets by providing the necessary history for decision-making and developing appropriate submission reports for board approval.
  • Participate in the process of assessing financial performance at the end of projects and activities on a schedule determined by the Branch;
  • Produce general, specific and/or individual financial reports at the request of the Branch and/or The Board of Directors as required and on a timetable approved by the Branch.
  • Please meet the legal, administrative and financial deadlines regarding the Organization’s operations with its external and internal partners.
  • Check the holding of the small cash register and ensure that it is stocked and that cash balances are available and sufficient for operational needs according to internal policies;
  • Attend executive committee meetings and other meetings on behalf of ÉMC as required by the service;
  • Attend community meetings if necessary;
  • Play the role of contact person in the event of an external audit and financial audit of the organization
  • Perform any other duties related to his duties at the request of the Director General and/or the Financial Controller.

Qualities sought

We are looking for someone who is dedicated to community causes and who is comfortable in an educational and school environment with the following specific qualities:

  • Graduating in accounting;
  • Have a minimum of 2 years of accounting experience with a non-profit organization; (experience gained in a company or accounting office could be considered)
  • Mastery of computer tools and applications relevant to its functions: Google drive, Suite Office, Quick books online and desktop (or any other accounting software);
  • Bilingual (French and English) – French as the first language would be an important asset
  • Very good sense of leadership and organization;
  • Autonomous in the performance of his duties, with an easy sense of communication;
  • Able to work under pressure, as a team and in an unsupervised environment
  • Residing in Windsor, ON or agreeing to relocate if recruited
  • Able to provide volunteer organizational services
  • Opportunity to travel to the program’s activities regions across Canada

Remuneration

  • Compensation based on profile and qualifications;
  • Recognition at the Grand Gala hosted by Spelling Bee of Canada and Epelle-Moi Canada;
  • Creating a broad networking (communities, organizations… etc.);
  • Reimbursement of transportation and other approved expenses for projects and activities.

Working conditions

  • Schedule: variable and flexible;
  • Workplace: Windsor, Ontario – office and home work opportunities.

If you are interested, please email your resume to: info@epellemoicanada.ca by June 30, 2020 –

Only selected candidates will be contacted

A written and practical test could be administered.

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