Financial Reporting Supervisor

About Us

First Nations Bank of Canada is a federally chartered bank primarily focused on providing financial services to the Indigenous marketplace in Canada. Over 87% Indigenous owned and controlled, FNBC is a leader in advocating for the growth of the Indigenous economy and the economic well‐being of Indigenous people. Headquartered in Saskatoon, SK and named one of Saskatchewan’s Top Employers, FNBC takes pride in its workforce of over 64% Indigenous employees working at locations across Canada.

FNB Trust is FNBC’s wholly owned trust company providing Indigenous Trust Services to Indigenous governments and organizations across Canada. FNB Trust strengthens the capacity of its customers, in alignment with FNBC’s mission toward the long‐term economic well‐being of Indigenous Peoples.

About The Role
A core member of the finance team, the Financial Reporting Supervisor will be responsible for overseeing and producing monthly and quarterly financial statements and reports, including providing external and internal audit support. This is a permanent full‐time opportunity located in Saskatoon. FNBC offers hybrid work arrangements dependent on role.

About You
• 3 to 5 years’ experience in assurance and/or accounting roles supported with a CPA designation
• Experience with external financial reporting and management reporting
• Knowledge of and experience with accounting systems and processes
• Strong organization, presentation, and communication skills, both written and oral
• Knowledge of financial institutions would be considered an asset

We are passionate about creating an inclusive workplace and value and respect diversity of our staff.

We offer a highly competitive and comprehensive total rewards package, including group benefits, savings plan, professional development, and opportunities for career growth. If you are interested in this opportunity, meet the qualifications, and are eligible to work in Canada, please visit our website at www.fnbc.ca or send your resume and cover letter by email to apply@fnbc.ca. The posting will remain open until the position is filled.

We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be
contacted.

Director of Finance (Full-time; Hybrid)

About You

Are you a strong leader with confidence in driving forward thinking strategies?

Do you have the proven ability to lead our team in all things Finance related?

If you are a well-rounded financial professional who is looking for a great opportunity, we have the role for you!

Mainstreet Credit Union is actively recruiting for a Director of Finance to join our team!

We believe we have the best team in the business due to our leadership philosophy of excellence, and team development. If you are an experienced financial professional with values that align with ours and want a new opportunity at a cooperative organization where employees, clients, and our communities’ matter, we would like to hear from you!


Why Join Our Team?

At Mainstreet we believe in investing in you – whether it is our employees or our incredible members. At Mainstreet we are committed to providing exceptional service, advice and improving and making a difference in the lives of our members.

Mainstreet offers its employees:

  • Work-life balance and flexible work arrangements
  • Opportunities for training and advancement
  • Generous salary, vacation and benefits (Mainstreet is a Living Wage employer)
  • Opportunity to work at a values-based cooperative

Our Values:

Personalized: High quality personalized advice with flexible solutions.

Supported: Highly responsive through empowered professionals.

Known: Meaningful impact and connected to community.

Easy: Easy and in the way our members prefer.

 

The Role

Salary: $98, 654.00 – $123,318.00

Job Function:
Reporting directly to the CFO, the Director of Finance participates in the support of corporate strategies and provides leadership and advice on all matters related to finance. This role develops and drives forward-thinking strategies for finance that protect members and Mainstreet’s interests through creative problem-solving, teamwork, innovation, and continuous improvement. This role provides leadership to Finance, Treasury and Accounting functions, including financial operations, internal and external financial reporting, policy and procedure enhancements, budget and forecast preparation, asset liability management, liquidity and capital management, treasury management and internal controls. With a strong commitment to growth and sustainability, we are seeking a talented Director of Finance who will play a key role in driving our financial success.
Key Duties & Responsibilities:
Leadership & Communication
Provide strong leadership for the finance and accounting team, including setting team goals, evaluating performance, providing mentoring, coaching and feedback, and promoting team effectiveness. Ensure operating procedures and structures are appropriate, integrated, and seamless to create the best member experience.
Accounting
  • Prepare and publish timely monthly financial statements, follow up on discrepancies and implement solutions to ensure accurate reporting. Support month-end and year-end close process.
  • Coordinate and direct the preparation of the budget and financial forecasts and report variances.
  • Manage all accounting operations including Billing, A/R, A/P, General Ledger, Cost Accounting, Inventory Accounting and Revenue Recognition.
  • Analyze accounting and financial records and systems to ensure compliance with established accounting standards, regulations, procedures, and internal controls.
  • Ensure quality control over financial transactions and financial reporting and assess all credit union activity to ensure financial accounting compliance with IFRS.
  • Develop, recommend, and implement financial policies, procedures, and controls to ensure compliance to regulatory requirements and industry best practices.
  • Develop and document business processes and accounting policies to maintain and strengthen internal controls.
  • Manage the IFRS 9 Expected Credit Losses model and provide recommendation on appropriate loss estimates.
  • Provide reporting, analysis, and recommendations on various issues, communicate resolution of compliance issues and other complex reporting figures.
  • Monitor and evaluate the financial performance of the credit union, identify areas for improvement and implement corrective actions as needed.

 

Financial Reporting & Audit Management
  • Manage the preparation of financial statements, reports, and presentations for executive management, the board of directors, and regulatory bodies.
  • Develop and provide quality assurance for all monthly, quarterly, and annual reports submitted to regulators (ICAAP, ILAAP, MIR/AMIR) and/or external parties (CMHC, PICUZ)
  • Stay abreast of industry trends, market developments, and regulatory changes that may impact the credit union’s financial position.
  • Coordinate the preparation of the external financial statements and external audit.
  • Coordinate timing on all external audit work, discuss in depth process issues and audit findings and implement analysis for audit conclusion and implement corrective actions.

 

Other Finance Activites

  • Manage all financial activities of the company, including financial planning, budgeting, forecasting, and reporting.
  • Lead the finance team in analyzing financial data, identifying trends, and providing insights to support strategic decision-making.
  • Collaborate with other departments to optimize financial performance, drive efficiencies, and support business objectives.
  • Manage relationships with external stakeholders, including auditors, investors, and financial institutions.
  • Prepare presentations and reports for senior management and board meetings, highlighting key financial metrics and performance indicators.
  • Stay abreast of industry trends, market developments, and regulatory changes that may impact the company’s financial position. Lead the development, implementation and monitoring of policies, procedures, and practices for Mainstreet’s liquidity and funding management, cash and investment portfolio management, asset-liability management, capital management interest rate management, and financial profitability modeling and analysis.
  • Deliver appropriate key performance indicators (KPI’s), required metrics, budgets and forecasting, financial reporting, and analytics to support business units, executives and board level committees as required.
  • Contribute and assist where required with committees and project teams to contribute to knowledge sharing and development.
  • Collaborate with the manager of treasury to administer the credit union’s liquidity, investments, and funding endeavors with the aim of maximizing returns.
  • Learn appropriate systems and tools to engage in leading, reporting and executing responsibilities such as Vantage, Prologue, ALM system, etc.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Education & Experience
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics, or related field; CPA required.
  • Minimum work experience of 5 years financial services industry; with at least 3 years in a leadership position.
  • Thorough understanding of financial principles, practices, and regulations specific to credit unions or financial institutions, including experience with regulatory bodies such as the Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA).
  • Proven track record of strategic financial management, including budgeting, forecasting, and financial analysis, with a focus on optimizing financial performance and ensuring regulatory compliance.
  • Experience in developing and implementing financial policies, procedures, and controls to uphold compliance with regulatory requirements and industry best practices. In-depth knowledge/experience with IFRS accounting standards is required.
  • Experience with FSRAO Regulations considered an asset.

 

Requirements

  • Strong leadership abilities with a demonstrated aptitude for building and managing high-performing teams, fostering a culture of accountability, collaboration, and professional development.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to effectively engage and influence stakeholders at all levels, including senior management, board members, regulators, and external partners.
  • Ability to thrive in a dynamic, fast-paced environment and adapt to changing priorities while maintaining a focus on delivering results and driving continuous improvement.
  • Strategic thinker with the ability to anticipate challenges, identify opportunities, and develop innovative solutions to support Mainstreet Credit Union’s growth and success.
  • Commitment to personal and professional growth, with a strong desire to advance into the role of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) within Mainstreet Credit Union and contribute to its long-term strategic objectives.

 

Join Mainstreet Credit Union and be part of a workplace that values diversity, promotes equity, and fosters inclusion. We actively seek diverse perspectives, ensure equal opportunities for all, and cultivate a culture where every individual feels valued. Our commitment to continuous learning ensures an environment where everyone can thrive.

Mainstreet Credit Union is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome applications from candidates of all backgrounds and experiences.

Director, Finance

An exciting and immediate new career opportunity is currently available at WFCU Credit Union to support our continued the growth.

DIRECTOR, FINANCE

As the Director, Finance, you will provide day-to-day support in the area of finance and accounting. You will be responsible for accurate and timely financial reporting, and preparing materials for management discussion and analysis on a monthly basis.  In addition, you will be required to provide ad-hoc analysis and review of specific accounting or financial information and report on the results.

In summary, the Director, Finance will:

  • Provide ongoing coaching and mentoring to the Finance and Accounting team to maintain a strong, motivated team.
  • Promote a strong team culture of inclusivity, collaboration and continuous improvement.
  • Lead by example showing interest and energy to “roll up your sleeves” to get the job done.
  • Performing month end duties such as account review, variance analysis and statement preparation.
  • Overseeing the accounting function to ensure that all reporting activities are completed in an accurate and timely manner.
  • Assisting in the preparation, analysis and interpretation of monthly financial reports to support decision making for all divisions.
  • Ensuring successful completion of all divisions tax filings.
  • Reviewing monthly information reports for regulatory reporting to ensure accuracy and completeness.
  • Supporting the budget and forecasting processes with both preparation and oversight.
  • Monitoring financial and regulatory metrics and reporting trends and status to executive management.
  • Analyzing accounting and financial records, and systems to ensure compliance with established accounting standards, regulations, procedures, and internal controls.
  • Assisting in the preparation of the annual consolidated financial statements and note disclosures.
  • Planning, organizing and coordinating the year-end close process with both internal and external audits.
  • Developing and implementing accounting policy changes and procedures to ensure accurate financial reporting; including IFRS research where applicable.
  • Assisting with governance reporting including drafting whitepapers and memorandums as necessary.
  • Any other duties as assigned.

The “must-have” skills and qualifications that we’re looking for are:

  • The successful candidate must be certified as a Chartered Professional Accountant with a minimum of six to ten years of progressive experience in an accounting/finance role in a financial institution with a minimum of three years in a management capacity.
  • Analytical and problem-solving skills are critical.
  • The applicant must be well-organized with a refined attention to detail.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to grasp complex issues and effectively report financial results and issues in a clear and concise manner.
  • The ability to analyze data using Excel functionality is vital. The successful applicant will demonstrate excellent proficiency in the MS Office suite of applications, and have the technological flexibility to learn and utilize new software applications unique to the organization.

If you feel you’re a great fit, let us know why!

We appreciate the interest of all applicants, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Applications may be sent to the attention of:

Suzanne Leonard
Associate Vice President, Human Resources – WFCU Credit Union
3000 Marentette Avenue, Windsor, Ontario N8X 4G2
careers@wfcu.ca

WFCU Credit Union will accommodate the needs of candidates with disabilities through our recruitment process as we are made aware of these requests.  The accommodation will be based on the individual needs of the job candidate.

Working at WFCU Credit Union

For the fourth consecutive year, WFCU Credit Union has been certified as a Great Place to Work®, as well as repeatedly been named one of the Best Workplaces in Canada™. Joining WFCU means you will be part of a team committed to providing members with a high level of service, while also supporting the communities we serve to be the best places to live and work.

As an employee of WFCU, you’ll have the opportunity to work in a positive, goal-driven, and professional environment. Our award-winning HR philosophy to “hire the best, treat them well, and see them stay” is a point of pride and a key factor in our employees’ success and WFCU’s success.

We seek the best and brightest professionals and provide them with ample opportunity for advancement. Our industry-leading compensation package includes comprehensive benefits and training programs, plus a fantastic wellness program with several distinctive perks. A few highlights include:

  • An annual monetary benefit equivalent to a percentage of an employee’s salary intended to enhance physical and mental well-being. This can be used towards a vacation package, spa services, gaming equipment, and more!
  • Discounts on WFCU’s financial products and services, including a $10,000 Line of Credit at 0% interest.
  • A bank of up to 10 annual personal days, as well as 13+ paid holidays.
  • A voluntary RRSP matching program at 5% of an employee’s annual salary.

Experience our Employee Advantage Program which demonstrates our unmatched commitment to opportunities for professional and self-development, employee wellness, competitive compensation, and a culture of celebration!

It’s an exciting time to join our team. To find out more, apply today!

About WFCU Credit Union

WFCU Credit Union has been recognized as a leading, progressive financial institution headquartered in Windsor and Essex County since 1940. Proudly serving Ontario residents, community organizations, small businesses, commercial entities, and public institutions for over 80 years, WFCU Credit Union is the sixth largest credit union in Ontario, and twenty first largest credit union in Canada.

WFCU Credit Union operates nine retail locations across Windsor-Essex, one in Chatham, one in London, and three in the Waterloo Region through ECU – A Division of WFCU Credit Union. WFCU also operates the digital entity, Omnia Direct. Through its variety of service channels including online and mobile banking, live telephone banking, and ATM services, WFCU Credit Union and its divisions have become the financial institutions of choice for more than 65,000 members across Ontario.

 

Accounting Administrator

Turtleford Credit Union is currently seeking an experienced and detail-oriented Accounting Administrator to join our team.  This position reports to the General Manager.  The primary focus involves looking after day-to-day and month end reconciliations, payments, remittances, maintaining the credit union ledger of accounts and supporting accounting reporting activities.

As the successful candidate you will be involved with processing moderately complex and varied accounting administrative functions.  The information within this position is often of a confidential and sensitive nature and requires specialized knowledge of the department and credit union operations.  Established practices and procedures guide decision making however knowledge and experience within the area may be applied to resolve moderately complex and varied situations.  The successful candidate will work closely with all departments within the credit union and has a passion for building relationships and creating an environment where teamwork and cooperation is a top priority.  This position requires three years of job-related experience or an equivalent combination of accounting administration education and experience.

KEY RESPONSIBILITY AREA(S)

The following is intended to illustrate the type and level of work typically performed in this role and is not intended to be a comprehensive description of the duties.

  • Prepares and posts journal entries to general ledger; processes invoices and cheque requisitions for payment.
  • Reconciles general ledger accounts and assists General Manager in month end and year end accounting procedures and other accounting activities.
  • Runs standardized financial reports for management reporting; follows up on management enquires related to transactions and general ledger activities.
  • Prepares a variety of reports; coordinates the gathering of information required to support internal and external reporting requirements, such as Board reports and regulatory reporting.
  • Maintains a variety of records and processes a variety of branch/centralized administration tasks.
  • Performs a variety of routine and varied administrative functions in support of department operations and record keeping.

REQUIREMENTS

To qualify for this position, the successful candidate must have a minimum of three years of job-related experience.  Credit Union experience is an asset.

CORE SKILLS AND BEHAVIOURS

This position is a key position within the Credit Union.  Some of the skills required to succeed include a strong understanding of basic accounting principles, proficiency in Microsoft Office (particularly Excel), excellent attention to detail and accuracy, strong organizational and time management skills and strong communication and interpersonal skills.  This position is required to interact with all areas of the credit union and to keep up with the ongoing changes within the credit union therefore teamwork, cooperation, adaptability to change and continued learning and development is a top priority.

Turtleford Credit Union offers competitive wages and a full range of employee benefits.  If you are interested in this role, we invite you to submit your resume and cover letter in confidence to Ian Heggstrom at Ian.Heggstrom@turtlefordcu.ca.  Deadline to apply for this position is November 21, 2023.

We appreciate the interest of all applicants; however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Accounting Technician

About Us

First Nations Bank of Canada is a federally chartered bank primarily focused on providing financial services to the Indigenous marketplace in Canada. Over 87% Indigenous owned and controlled, FNBC is a leader in advocating for the growth of the Indigenous economy and the economic well-being of

Indigenous people. Headquartered in Saskatoon, SK and named one of Saskatchewan’s Top Employers, FNBC takes pride in its workforce of over 64% Indigenous employees working at locations across Canada.

FNB Trust is FNBC’s wholly owned trust company providing Indigenous Trust Services to Indigenous governments and organizations across Canada. FNB Trust strengthens the capacity of its customers, in alignment with FNBC’s mission toward the long-term economic well-being of Indigenous Peoples.

About The Role

A core member of the finance team, the Accounting Technician provides a high level of support and contributes to a comprehensive, efficient, and accurate reporting process meeting both internal and external stakeholder requirements. This is a permanent full-time opportunity. Candidates from all Canadian regions will be considered, with preference given to those able to work out of Saskatoon office.

This position will be responsible for preparing financial statements for our clients. It would require knowledge of full-cycle accounting, including investment accounting and reconciliation, accruals, bank reconciliations, audit support, and other financial and management reports.

About You

You are a driven and detail-oriented individual who is client-focused and efficient. You have a keen eye for detail and possess strong organizational skills. You are responsible for supporting trust client service goals by producing financial statements for our clients

You must have:

  • Two (2) years’ experience in bookkeeping and preparation of financial statements
  • A college diploma in accounting/finance or undergraduate degree is preferred
  • Strong analytical skills with ability to pay close attention to detail
  • High level of organizational skills and ability to prioritize daily workload
  • Ability to adjust to changing work priorities to meet deadlines
  • Extensive working knowledge of Microsoft Excel
  • Knowledge of and experience with QuickBooks Online is preferred
  • Strong communication skills, both written and oral
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Acceptable criminal record and credit checks

We are passionate about creating an inclusive workplace and value and respect diversity of our staff.

We offer a highly competitive and comprehensive total rewards package, including group benefits, savings plan, professional development, and opportunities for career growth. If you are interested in this opportunity, meet the qualifications, and are eligible to work in Canada, please visit our website at www.fnbc.ca or send your resume and cover letter by email to apply@fnbc.ca. The posting will remain open until the position is filled.

We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Manager Credit Risk

Manager, Credit Risk

 Are you interested in a meaningful career where you can contribute to the financial well-being and economic growth of Indigenous people and communities in Canada? The Bank is at an exciting time in its’ history, we’re growing, and as a result, we’re increasing our workforce with bright, energetic, purposeful individuals of all walks of life.

As a Manager, Credit Risk, you will be overseeing the Bank’s credit granting process by primarily adjudicating, reporting and tracking procedures for commercial, personal and mortgage lending nationwide. This is a permanent full-time position. We are open to hybrid or in-office at one of our main office locations in Saskatoon or Vancouver. These locations are on First Nations land.

Here’s what you’ll be doing:

  • Support the commercial and personal lending process through adjudication of credit applications
  • Contribute to bank customer service standards through timely turnaround of deals
  • Work with the VP to develop solutions, such as new products to address business and personal banking needs
  • Enhance and maintain the Bank’s Credit Risk Management policies and procedures and lending platforms
  • Remain current with Credit Risk Management best practices and procedures
  • Assess commercial applications ensuring they provide a high quality of risk assessment, credit structure, due diligence, and credit presentation
  • Adjudicate personal and mortgage loan applications ensuring a high quality of risk assessment
  • Approve credits within delegated limits and make recommendations on others that require approval from the VP or CEO
  • Regulatory compliance management and testing of commercial and retail credit business functions
  • Comply with FNBC credit policies, procedures, guidelines, and best practices regarding all credit related matters
  • Liaise with Internal Audit to identify areas of concern with Credit and Monitoring and Control
  • Coordinate monthly, quarterly, and annual credit risk reporting
  • Coach and assist the Commercial Group and Retail Group in maintaining and implementing credit risk controls
  • Share expertise and knowledge with the Commercial and Retail Groups and other business units
  • Act as a reference and source of expertise to the Bank and management teams
  • Understand and implement the monitoring & control and delinquency process for commercial and retail departments

What we’re looking for:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration (Finance or Accounting), Commerce or related field
  • Five (5) years’ experience working in a credit-related role: Commercial lending experience is required; Retail lending experience considered an asset.
  • Experience with lending to First Nations
  • Three (3) years’ experience in a people management role
  • Understanding of commercial/small business/personal loans and lending procedures
  • Demonstrated sound judgement to make decisions
  • Attention to detail
  • Exceptional organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to manage a high volume of work with tight deadlines
  • Acceptable criminal record and credit checks

We are passionate about creating an inclusive workplace and value and respect diversity of our staff.

We offer a comprehensive total rewards package, including group benefits, savings plan, professional development, and opportunities for career growth. If you are interested in this opportunity, meet the qualifications, and are eligible to work in Canada, please visit our website at www.fnbc.ca or send your resume and cover letter by email to apply@fnbc.ca. The posting will close on August 29, 2023.

 We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Director, Finance

af·fin·i·ty (noun):

  1. the name on our doors
  2. a quality that makes things suited to each other

We want our employees to feel great coming to work. That’s why we give our talent the tools to excel. After all, an exceptional employee experience leads to extraordinary experiences for our members. If you have an affinity for working in a vibrant environment where your achievements are celebrated, then a career with us sounds like the perfect fit.

We’re looking for a Director, Finance to join our progressive Accounting & Finance team. The ideal candidate will direct and guide the organization’s treasury management functions in the areas of liquidity, market risk, and capital.

 What you’ll do

  • Lead the credit union’s treasury functions related to the management of liquidity, capital, and interest rate risk
  • Lead the team to act as the first line of defense related to Treasury Risk Management, including directing the development and maintenance of various financial models and stress testing methodologies related to Treasury Risk Management
  • Provide leadership and responsibility for establishing interest rates (pricing) for all deposit and lending products in support of overall profitability and growth targets
  • Chair the Asset Liability Committee to lead the development of forward-looking balance sheet management strategies and implement action plans to align with the Board’s approved risk appetite and policies
  • Oversee the statutory liquidity and excess liquidity investment portfolios to maximize investment returns within the risk parameters established by policy and regulatory requirements
  • Establish appropriate pricing for the credit union’s loan and deposit products to support asset-liability management strategies and financial performance targets

 What you’ll get

  • The support to grow in your career with ample opportunities to advance
  • A competitive salary plus bonuses for your hard work
  • A total rewards package including health and dental benefits, pension and health spending account
  • Vacation time, personal days off and a paid volunteer day so you can maintain a healthy life/work balance
  • A referral bonus when you scout great talent and they’re hired to join our team

 What you’ve got

  • A post-secondary diploma or degree in a related field, plus 10 years of related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Advanced expertise in financial risk management practices related to the financial services industry

How to throw your hat in the ring:

Review all of our current job opportunities at www.affinitycu.ca/careers/opportunities and submit your application there using our new Application Portal!

Controller

Are you seeking an opportunity to build a satisfying career with an organization that puts their community and employees first? If you’re a natural leader who strives to make a positive difference every day and have advanced knowledge and experience in accounting and finance and know what it takes to succeed in the competitive financial services market, we encourage you to read on!

THE AREA: ‘Come for a visit, stay for a career!’

Nestled in the natural beauty of the Selkirk and Monashee mountain ranges, next to the mighty Columbia River, the Greater Trail area offers year-round activities for the outdoor enthusiast from golfing to skiing, mountain biking, kayaking, fishing, hiking and much more. Amenities include the region’s largest hospital, Selkirk College and an aquatic and leisure centre, all surrounded by inviting neighbouring communities that are within easy commuting distance. Affordable, safe and volunteer-oriented communities provide all the modern technology and amenities to keep you connected. Here you will find outstanding opportunities for living life well and to its fullest.

For more information about the Greater Trail region, please visit imaginekootenay.com

KOOTENAY SAVINGS CREDIT UNION

We’re the region’s leading credit union with over $1 billion in assets, over 35,000 members and over 200 employees. Our Corporate Office is in Trail, BC along with our Member Service Centre and we have eleven branches throughout the Kootenays offering retail and commercial banking services. We’re community-minded and continue to strive to fulfill our vision to be the best provider of financial services and the best place to work in the communities we serve.

For more information about Kootenay Savings, please visit kscu.com

THE OPPORTUNITY:

We’re seeking a Controller to join our team. As Controller, you will be accountable for the overall accounting function and systems, which involves the management and administration of the Finance Department, department leadership and employee development, accounts payable, property management and corporate purchasing.

This includes being responsible for the distribution of accurate and timely financial, management and regulatory information and acting as a resource for the Board and Senior Management Team. You will also act as a primary advisor to the Asset & Liability Committee and will facilitate complex Committee decision-making through the provision of technical advice, support and recommendations on a broad range of treasury and financial activities.

The ideal incumbent will possess:

  • Undergraduate degree and an accredited professional designation (CPA)
  • Five to seven years of related experience in professional accounting, some at a supervisory level, including essential experience in creating, formulating and leading long-term strategic plans
  • Advanced knowledge of financial products and International Financial Reporting Standards
  • Advanced analytical, planning and project management skills
  • Advanced knowledge of spreadsheet software
  • Advanced knowledge of banking systems and financial reporting systems
  • Proficient knowledge of human resource policies and procedures
  • Working knowledge of financial markets
  • Demonstrated ability to act creatively by searching out new ideas, means, and methods of accomplishing things
  • Ability to develop and maintain a high degree of credibility with the Board, senior management team, regulators and auditors
  • Proven ability in exercising good judgment by making difficult decisions in a balanced way
  • Demonstrated high performance standards and professionalism
  • Works effectively as part of a team by demonstrating a high regard and respect for colleagues and a willingness to support the efforts of others as needed
  • Strong leadership, communication and presentation skills
  • Strong organization and time management skills with the ability to work within exceedingly tight deadlines

Why work for us?

We know that our dedicated employees give us a lot and are key to our success; in return, we offer a total rewards package that includes:

  • Competitive salary of $100K – $126K based on skills and experience
  • Competitive benefits including extended health, dental and vision coverage
  • Health care & Personal spending account
  • Paid vacation, sick time and floating holidays
  • Confidential employee and family assistance program
  • Continual training, development and coaching
  • Unique staff benefits on products such as bank accounts, loans & mortgages
  • The opportunity to build a satisfying career in an organization that incorporates many leading-strategic initiatives
  • Being part of an organization that puts their community and employees first
  • Being part of a talented and dedicated team who improve our members’ financial lives

Please apply online through the careers section of our website at kscu.com to upload your resume and complete the application questions.

Closing date: Open until filled

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only short-listed applicants will be contacted.

Credit Risk Analyst

WE’RE HIRING!

Credit Risk Analyst

Are you interested in a meaningful career where you can contribute to the financial well-being and economic growth of Indigenous people and communities in Canada? The Bank is at an exciting time in its’ history, we’re growing, and as a result, we’re increasing our workforce with bright, energetic, purposeful individuals of all walks of life.

As a Credit Risk Analyst, you will be recommending new credit, existing credit and extensions of credit through research and analysis of financial documents. This is a permanent full-time position. We are open to hybrid or in-office at one of our main office locations in Saskatoon or Vancouver. These locations are on First Nations land.

Here’s what you’ll be doing:

  • Support the commercial and personal lending process through adjudication of credit applications
  • Contribute to bank customer service standards through timely turnaround of deals
  • Enter, update and retrieve information for credit applications
  • Determine credit worthiness of applicants
  • Designate degree of risk involved in extending credit by performing cash flow analysis of businesses
  • Ensure all approved applications comply with lender criteria
  • Respond to inquiries from lenders
  • Review deals and field questions from Commercial and Retail teams
  • Assist with company and client audits
  • Keep abreast of financial news and trends
  • Practice due diligence

What we’re looking for:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting or related field
  • Three (3) years’ experience working in a credit or financial analyst related role
  • Understanding of loans and lending procedures
  • Understanding of business, economic, and industry risk
  • Demonstrated sound judgement
  • Attention to detail
  • Organizational and interpersonal skills,
  • Ability to manage a high volume of work with tight deadlines
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Sense of discretion and willingness to maintain strict confidentiality of pertinent and sensitive information
  • Acceptable criminal record and credit checks

We are passionate about creating an inclusive workplace and value and respect diversity of our staff.

We offer a comprehensive total rewards package, including group benefits, savings plan, professional development, and opportunities for career growth. If you are interested in this opportunity, meet the qualifications, and are eligible to work in Canada, please visit our website at www.fnbc.ca or send your resume and cover letter by email to apply@fnbc.ca. The posting will remain open until it is filled.

We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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