Senior Analyst, Accounting & Reporting

Senior Analyst, Accounting & Reporting

Two Term Positions to April 2023

Location: Canadian home office or Regina corporate office

SaskCentral provides a balance of energy and support to employees. Under the direction of a new CEO, SaskCentral is on a multi-year enterprise-wide transformational journey with continued focus on ensuring the success and financial viability of Saskatchewan credit unions. The role of the Accounting and Reporting team in this journey is to provide accurate financial reporting for stakeholders and high-quality financial support for the organization.

The Job

One of the advantages of working for a smaller financial institution is that you get exposure to a wide variety of financial aspects while also building your supervisory experience. SaskCentral supports the provincial credit union system and in this position, you collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to ensure accurate and timely financial information is provided.

One position currently leads SaskCentral’s monthly, quarterly and annual financial reporting for internal departments, management, Board of Directors, regulators, external auditors and tax consultants.  This includes reviewing financial statements and supporting documentation, preparing annual financial statements and annual note disclosure.  You will coordinate the annual external audit process, various internal audits, and lead the preparation of required tax returns, acting as a liaison for our external tax consultant.

The second position currently oversees the development of the SaskCentral annual budget and the accounts payable/receivable (AP/AR) processes at SaskCentral.  You will support department managers to prepare their budgets and coordinate the compilation of budget data, ensuring accurate reporting is provided to key stakeholders for decision making purposes.  Working with your team and vendors, you will ensure the AP/AR process provides a positive client experience.

We rely on both roles to continuously review and implement business improvements that optimize the processes and current technology. If you have experience with Power BI, you will have the opportunity to showcase those skills with new processes/reporting planned for 2022. You will conduct accounting, regulatory and industry research to determine and recommend best practices. SaskCentral also encourages and supports participation in ongoing professional development to maintain current knowledge and understanding of financial accounting and reporting principles (IFRS) as well as tax and regulatory requirements.

The Candidate

You will have a Degree in Business Administration, a professional accounting designation (CPA), and at least 3 years of progressive experience in financial reporting principles, policies and practices. Preference is given to candidates who have gained this knowledge in the financial services sector.

To be successful in the role, you will possess advanced understanding of financial accounting and reporting principles (IFRS) as well as tax and regulatory requirements, comprehensive knowledge of accounting policies and regulatory environments and strong knowledge of accounts payable and accounts receivable processes.

Interested applicants are invited to submit their expression of interest in confidence by Friday, February 4 on our career page at Recruitment (adp.com).

Manager, Accounting & Reporting (Term position)

SaskCentral is owned by Saskatchewan credit unions to serve and represent their collective interests. We add value through the sound investment of credit union funds on deposit, as well as providing a wide range of products and services to maintain credit union leadership in the marketplace.

Manager, Accounting & Reporting – Term Position to March 31, 2023

SaskCentral is on a multi-year enterprise-wide transformational journey with continued focus on ensuring the success and financial viability of credit unions. The role of the Accounting and Reporting team in this journey is to provide accurate financial reporting for stakeholders and high-quality financial support for the organization. We are searching for an experienced individual to provide leadership and direction to a team of professionals delivering accounting and reporting services to SaskCentral.  This opportunity requires someone with an analytical nature with passion for delivering accurate and timely results, as well as someone with strong interpersonal communication skills who enjoys developing others as our transformational journey continues.

 

The Job

In this role, you are responsible to oversee the preparation and completion of SaskCentral’s monthly, quarterly and annual financial reporting. This includes reporting for key stakeholders, managing the year-end reporting and annual audit process, and leading continuous business improvements. You will lead management reporting which includes development of the annual budget and quarterly projections while identifying and managing change initiatives to accommodate the evolving landscape of SaskCentral and credit unions.

SaskCentral provides an environment for employees to thrive and find purpose and meaning in their work.   As a leader, you are accountable to ensure alignment to that type of environment for accounting and reporting so the team is engaged and inspired. You will provide effective coaching and direction to allow understanding of each individual and how their role contributes to the organization’s vision, purpose and values.  Demonstrating change leadership behaviours and supporting employees during change will continue to build commitment and engagement toward change initiatives. You encourage your team to collaborate with others in the organization to collectively accomplish goals.

This role also provides leadership on projects by developing financial reporting requirements for highly technical projects, including accounting, tax and capital requirements. You will work to balance the needs of project and operational demands to ensure project milestones are met; focusing on appropriate resource utilization, leveraging internal resources, and coordinating work of professional consultants.

 

The Candidate

You have a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation, five years of progressive leadership experience, and advanced understanding of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as well as tax and regulatory requirements.  You have strong problem solving, analytical, and communication skills with an ability to scale/apply knowledge in a manner appropriate to SaskCentral’s size and complexity.  You have strong prioritization abilities and can be relied on to manage multiple deliverables within tight timelines with a high degree of accountability. You value building and maintaining positive relationships and will contribute to the strategic vision and business plan of the organization.

Please include in your cover letter examples of how you meet the qualifications for this position. Interested applicants should submit a resume in confidence by Monday, December 20 on our career page: SaskCentral Careers – Manager, Accounting & Reporting

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

Please be advised that SaskCentral will be using virtual and in-person methods to connect with candidates and conduct interviews during the recruitment process.

 Our employees tell us SaskCentral is a great place to work. It’s more than the competitive salaries and excellent benefits we offer. We believe you can have a challenging, rewarding career and work life balance, too. We value and support workplace diversity.

Accounting Coordinator

Purpose of Position:

This position is primarily focused on providing support and service to internal clients, ensuring the effective and efficient co-ordination of information. The Accounting Coordinator will work towards the achievement of Churchbridge Credit Union goals and objectives by providing high quality accounting and administrative support, under supervision of the CEO. This position performs a variety of moderately complex accounting functions as well as lending support and administrative aid to credit union personnel.

Currently this position will complete the Accounting Assistant duties 50% of the time and will cover for the Accounting Assistant during absences.  The remaining time in the position will be spent on more complex accounting functions.  The goal of the candidate in this position will be to advance their skills and education in order to assume the balance of complex accounting duties that are currently outsourced.

The Accounting Coordinator will be responsible for ensuring activities are in compliance with all sound business practices, legislation, regulations, by-laws, policies, and procedures.

 Key Responsibility Areas:

Accounting Support Services

  • Conduct all day-to-day accounting functions and tasks for the credit union.
  • Maintain, monitor, and reconcile various general ledger (GL) and holding accounts; prepare and process required accounting entries and month-end adjusting entries as required.
  • Work with staff to resolve any issues or errors; work to develop procedures to ensure errors are infrequent and work processes are improved.
  • Working practical knowledge of reporting systems such as DRVA, CORS, FAS and C-view.
  • Gather and present information to the Asset-Liability Committee (ALCO) and follow through on ALCO committee investment instructions.
  • Be the “point of contact” for our third-party finance department.
  • Process interest rate changes as directed by the CEO.
  • Support the day-to-day cash management and forecasting.
  • Provide back-up support in managing and monitoring investments and borrowings.
  • Assist in preparation and production of support documents and files for month-end and year-end financial statements and regulatory reports.
  • Assist in identifying any areas of financial concern for the credit union.
  • Ensure the safekeeping of records to meet the requirements of outside regulatory bodies. Ensure that a systematic process is in place for their retention and disposal.
  • Assist in the management of the relationship and acts as liaison between the credit union and its external auditors and regulators when required.
  • Input and administration of exchange rates.
  • Prepare and maintain government remittances/filings, accounts payable, and other similar transaction.

Administration Support Services

  • Adhere to all security standards as they relate to the position including specified combinations.
  • Provide overall administrative support services to the credit union.
  • Administer the Records Management Framework regarding the retention and destruction of records across all branches.
  • Review administration, department and position procedures and guides as required.

Service Excellence

  • Participate in the Pelmetta TEAM and Heart of Coaching programs by utilizing the skills and knowledge from these programs in your everyday duties to provide excellent internal and external member service.
  • Maintain a general understanding of credit union products and services and relevant policies and legislation by regularly reviewing literature and attending informational meetings.
  • Differentiate between credit union and competitors’ products and services
  • Appropriately promote the credit union and its products and services during off hours.
  • Provide support in the tracking of targets or marketing efforts.

Department, Branch, and Credit Union Support

  • Work effectively with fellow employees, share ideas and information and support the development of peers and credit union objectives.
  • Actively participate in department, branch, and credit union meetings.
  • Work to meet the strategic objectives as established annually by the Credit Union Board of Directors.
  • Complete all Annual Compliance and other assigned training and comply with all regulatory requirements including Market Code, Anti-Money Laundering (AML), Privacy, and Code of Conduct.
  • Provide backup support, training, and assistance in problem solving to team members as required.
  • Continual improvement of self and team by utilizing TEAM, Heart of Coaching, and the Winning Way.

Decision Making and Freedom to Act

Under general supervision, guided by established standards and procedures, the work is varied and occasionally complex.  Normal decision making is required with the use of some judgement amongst a wide variety of guidelines.

 Qualifications:

Skills:

  • Strong computer literacy including effective working skills of Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Strong written and interpersonal communication skills dealing with a variety of team members.
  • Willingness to learn and continually build their technical and professional knowledge
  • Goal orientated
  • Strong analytical, problem solving, organizational and time management skills.
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to learn quickly
  • Work independently
  • Organization

Experience:

  • Successfully obtained an Accounting Diploma from a recognized business program with the desire to achieve a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce with a major in Accounting.
  • Minimum 2 years of accounting related experience
  • Working knowledge of trial balances, general ledger (GL) databases, financial statements close processes and accounting matters
  • Understanding of payroll, bookkeeping and record keeping practices
  • Advanced Excel knowledge.

Training Requirements:

  • CUIC 201 – The Credit Unions: Different by Design
  • CUIC 185 – Products & Services
  • Heart of Coaching
  • Sales and Service Program course
  • Continuing education to complete Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce with a major in Accounting. Assistance with cost of education to be discussed.

Note:  this job profile is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employees may perform other related duties as negotiated to meet on-going needs of the organization.

 

To apply for this position please send your resume by November 30, 2021, to the attention of:

Ryan Tebbutt, CEO

Churchbridge Credit Union, Churchbridge Branch

Box 260, Churchbridge, SK S0A 0M0

rtebbutt@churchbridgecu.ca

 

Only individuals who have been selected for interviews will be contacted.

Manager, Risk Assessment

The Deposit Guarantee Corporation of Manitoba (DGCM) guarantees 100% of deposits held at Manitoba credit unions and the caisse (cu/caisse). As the regulator for Manitoba cu/caisse, DGCM ensures every cu/caisse operates under sound business practices.

We are seeking a highly motivated individual to join our team of professionals.

Reporting directly to the Director, Risk (Monitoring) and indirectly to the Director, Risk (Examinations), the Manager, Risk Assessment acts as DGCM’s primary liaison with a group of assigned cu/caisse. The position is responsible for the monitoring and follow-up of material risks identified at assigned cu/caisse; and leading or participating in the examinations of other cu/caisse.

Selection Criteria:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including presentation skills
  • Strong knowledge of sound corporate governance, risk management practices, and financial principles
  • Familiarity with enterprise risk management, internal audit, and compliance
  • Self-motivated with excellent analytical, problem solving, and organizational skills
  • Post-secondary degree in a related area(s)
  • 5 years minimum related experience
  • Fluency in French would be considered an asset, but is not required

This is a great opportunity for a candidate with the right blend of experience, aptitude, and interest. Some travel within Manitoba is required.

To attract, motivate, and retain qualified people; DGCM offers a competitive benefit and compensation package, and are committed to work/life balance.

We seek diversity in our workplace. Indigenous persons, women, visible minorities, and persons with a disability are encouraged to self-declare.

Please send your resume with cover letter by Wednesday, November 17, 2021 to careers@dgcm.ca.

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

 

Controller

Nelson & District Credit Union (NDCU) is a respected, vibrant and community minded organization with 50+ employees serving members at three branch locations. We have a culture of innovation and excellence while being committed to staying on the leading edge of financial products and services.
Reporting to Senior Manager, Finance & Credit and working closely with the CEO, the Controller will provide leadership and direction for the accounting and financial requirements of NDCU and provide guidance and coaching to an accounting team.

Key responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to:

Financial Management – Provides leadership in the management of financial margin, capital adequacy, liquidity, and expenditures to maintain financial stability, maximize investment yields and promote Credit Union growth.

Annual Financials – Oversees the execution of organization-wide accounting functions to ensure adherence to International Financial Reporting Standards and to maintain the integrity of financial information used by executive management and the Board.

Budget Process and Development – Oversees and manages the organization’s overall budgeting process.

Investments – Monitors the Credit Union’s investment portfolio and initiates short- and long-term investment strategies; forecasts availability of surplus cash and plans the management of cash and borrowings for investment purposes.

Regulatory reporting – is responsible for the production and distribution of regulatory reports, analyzing report results and providing supporting information to regulatory authorities.

Asset/liability Management – Conducts a variety of strategic and technical functions associated with asset/liability management.

Internal Audit – Through the Internal Auditor, monitors internal controls and audit procedures; consults with departments and other operational roles to follow up on areas of potential risk; prepares quarterly reports on audit findings and actions taken to mitigate areas of identified risk, and makes related presentations to the Audit Committee; develops annual audit plans for Committee approval and ensures plan execution.

Advisory and consultation – Responsible for all financial tools, processes, procedures and ensuring appropriate financial controls are in place; makes recommendations to the CEO where changes in policy are required to address gaps or strengthen existing practices.
Team leadership – Coaches and leads employees to ensure they have the tools and training necessary to perform their responsibilities to the 100% operational level.

Attributes and qualifications of the successful candidate will include:

• Knowledge of finance, accounting, budgeting and cost control principles, and an understanding of credit union regulatory requirements.
• Knowledge, skill, and ability to review and analyze organizational finances and provide direction and guidance to the CEO and Board of Directors.
• Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to interact with staff, members, and suppliers in an effective and diplomatic manner
• Proven ability to lead and coach employees

This position requires a highly organized and enthusiastic individual, with a strong commitment to professionalism, who excels in providing and maintaining an exceptional level of confidentiality, organizational and analytical skills, and problem-solving abilities.

Qualifications:

Education – Degree in Accounting or Finance, CPA or equivalent preferred.

Experience – A minimum of 3 years prior experience in Accounting and/or Finance preferable in another financial institution or Credit Union or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

At Nelson & District Credit Union we are pleased to offer an excellent compensation and benefit package. For more information on Nelson and the surrounding area, visit www.discovernelson.com and www.nelsonkootenaylake.com .

Qualified applicants should submit their resume and cover letter to:

Candace Wolbaum
Senior Manager, Human Resources
Nelson & District Credit Union
PO Box 350
Nelson, BC V1L 5R2
cwolbaum@nelsoncu.com

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

Manager, Regulatory Policy and Prevention – 12 Month Term

Who are we?
Credit Union Deposit Guarantee Corporation (the Corporation) is the deposit guarantor for Saskatchewan credit unions and the primary regulator for Saskatchewan credit unions and SaskCentral, together, Provincially Regulated Financial Institutions (PRFIs). We work closely with these institutions to ensure they employ sound business practices to enhance the strength and stability of the Saskatchewan credit union system.

How you will spend your time:
Reporting to the Associate Vice-President, Regulatory Policy and Prevention, this position manages the research, development, implementation, and communication of regulatory policy and prevention initiatives.
You will:
• Develop regulatory policy to ensure an effective and responsible framework for the regulation of PRFIs
• Manage the Corporation’s preventive and guarantee fund strategies by assessing ongoing monitoring and reporting of credit union financial and non-financial performance, trends, developments, and emerging risks
• Work collaboratively with various cross-functional teams within the Corporation and manage relationships with peer regulators, credit union system partners, and the office of the Registrar of Credit Unions
• Provide operational leadership to the department to ensure corporate goals and objectives are achieved

What you’ll need:
• Undergraduate degree in accounting, finance, or business supplemented with a graduate degree or professional designation
• Five years of experience in a related field; experience in the financial services industry or a regulatory environment would be an asset
• The ability to interpret and apply policy, legislation, and regulatory standards are key requirements for this position
• Demonstrated success in presenting information and facilitating discussions with key stakeholders

Core competencies include teamwork, change leadership, effective communication, impact and influence, conflict resolution, problem solving and decision making. Lending to your success is your ability to demonstrate your people leadership skills as a coach and mentor committed to developing the talents of others.

We offer competitive compensation and benefits. The salary range for this position is $93,117 to $116,394. For more information on the Corporation, please visit our website www.cudgc.sk.ca.

To Apply:
Please submit your cover letter and resume stating competition number RPP-TERM by October 12, 2021 to HR@cudgc.sk.ca. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

The Corporation values and supports workplace diversity. We believe diverse ideas, opinions and perspectives makes our organization stronger.

Associate Manager – Regulatory Oversight (2 Positions)

Who are we?

Credit Union Deposit Guarantee Corporation (the Corporation) is the deposit guarantor for Saskatchewan credit unions and the primary regulator for Saskatchewan credit unions and SaskCentral, together, Provincially Regulated Financial Institutions (PRFIs). We work closely with these institutions to ensure they employ sound business practices to enhance the strength and stability of the Saskatchewan credit union system.

We are seeking confident, highly motivated professionals who enjoy working in a fast‑paced co-operative environment to join the Regulatory Oversight division.

Position 1 – Associate Manager, Risk-Based Supervision: Permanent

This position is responsible for the oversight of institutions within the Saskatchewan credit union system. You will monitor institution performance to proactively identify, assess, and mitigate risk to depositors’ funds and the guarantee fund. Your knowledge in the areas of corporate governance, finance, and credit risk management will support the execution of on-going monitoring, in-depth reviews, and intervention processes for PRFIs. You will assess regulatory approval requests from institutions to ensure compliance with legislation and regulatory requirements while also supporting the maintenance of the risk-based supervisory framework.

Position 2 – Associate Manager, Regulatory Policy & Prevention: 12 Month Term

This position is responsible for supporting the research, development, implementation, and communication of regulatory policy and prevention initiatives. You will participate in the development of regulatory policy to ensure an effective and responsible framework for the regulation of PRFIs. You will assist in the evaluation of guarantee fund strategies by assessing ongoing monitoring and reporting of credit union financial and non-financial performance, trends, developments, and emerging risks.

What you’ll need:

The ideal candidates will have a degree in business administration/commerce with three years of related experience in accounting, finance, policy development, financial services, or a regulatory environment. A designation or enrollment in a professional designation would be an asset. Core competencies include teamwork, communication, relationship management, conflict resolution, and problem solving.

We offer competitive compensation and benefits. The salary range for these positions is $73,529 – $91,911. For more information on the Corporation, please visit www.cudgc.sk.ca.

To Apply:

Please submit your resume and cover letter stating Competition Number AM-CUDGC by August 4, 2021 to HR@cudgc.sk.ca. Please indicate which position(s) you are applying for. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

The Corporation values and supports workplace diversity. We believe diverse ideas, opinions, and perspectives make our organization stronger.

Finance Manager / Controller

Located in the coveted Kootenay region, Heritage Credit Union (HCU) is proud to be one of the longest running community-based credit unions in BC’s Kootenay region. HCU is dedicated to providing full financial services to the local community with branches in Castlegar, Slocan Valley, and the West Boundary.  We are committed to being a progressive, financially strong, goal-orientated organization always placing our members and cooperative philosophy first and foremost.

The Opportunity

HCU is currently recruiting for the position of Finance Manager / Controller to manage the finance and accounting functions of the credit union including its subsidiaries and partnerships.  This is a permanent, full-time employment opportunity working from the administration offices located in Castlegar, BC.

Reporting to the CEO, and as a member of the senior management team, this position will provide leadership and direction for the accounting and financial requirements of HCU and its subsidiaries.  Key areas of focus will include financial planning, regulatory reporting, accounting, investing, budgeting, and management of financial systems and controls.

Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Participates in the development of annual business plans and goals aligned to the strategic plan, and ensures successful achievement of all objectives.
  • Monitors industry trends and maintains current knowledge of credit union financial systems, and legislative and regulatory requirements.
  • Manages the full financial year accounting cycle for the credit union.
  • Acts as the primary contact for the external audit process.
  • Monitors and analyses operating results versus the budget; provides interpretation and investigates, corrects and/or recommends corrective action to management concerning budget variances.
  • Provides all required financial reporting – documenting and presenting current and projected financial performance for management, board members, regulators, and other stakeholders.
  • Responsible for all financial tools, processes, procedures and ensuring appropriate financial controls are in place; makes recommendations to the CEO where changes in policy are required to address gaps or strengthen existing practices.
  • Manages the credit union investment portfolio
  • Manages the accounting administration team

Qualification and Skill Requirements

The successful candidate will possess post-secondary education in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or related field, and CPA designation completed or in progress.  An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.

Our successful candidate will also demonstrate:

  • Knowledge of finance, accounting, budgeting and cost control principles, and an understanding of credit union regulatory requirements,
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to interact with staff, members, and suppliers in an effective and diplomatic manner,
  • Strong understanding of computer technology, including advanced spreadsheet skills and experience with automated financial and accounting reporting systems,
  • Ability to analyze and interpret simple and complex financial data; detail orientated, and demonstration of a high level of accuracy,
  • Good organizational skills; demonstrated ability to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines,
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills.

 

At Heritage Credit Union we are pleased to offer an excellent compensation package as well as the benefits of living in the highly desired Kootenay region.  https://www.destinationcastlegar.com/

To learn more about our credit union please visit https://www.heritagecu.ca/

 

To Apply

Interested candidates can by apply by quoting posting #21-01 and submitting a cover letter and resume via email by August 8, 2021: hr@heritagecu.ca

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

Senior Accountant

Williams Lake and District Credit Union

Williams Lake, BC

 

Senior Accountant

Williams Lake Administration Branch

 

Williams Lake and District Credit Union has an exciting opportunity for an energetic, service-focused Senior Accountant to work out of our Williams Lake Branch.

 

The Community

 

Williams Lake is just a one-hour flight or a scenic day trip (546 km) north on Highway 97 from Vancouver, making it very easy to access. Within a three-hour drive, residents can also access the major cities of Prince George to the north and Kamloops to the southeast. Whatever cannot be found locally is accessible within easy driving distance on major highways. Williams Lake has many amenities, including a modern recreation centre and pool, an extensive trail network for mountain biking and hiking, arts and culture activities delivered through many clubs and societies, the largest shopping area in the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast, and the opportunity for post-secondary education offered through Thompson Rivers University’s Williams Lake Campus. http://www.tru.ca/williamslake.html

 

Affordable real estate offers an opportunity to own land only minutes from town and the ability to purchase a home within city limits at very affordable prices compared to many Canadian cities. With all four seasons represented and significant sunshine hours (308 days on average), Williams Lake is ranked number 5 across Canada by weatherstats.ca for the highest number of sunny days during warm months. There is plenty to keep outdoor enthusiasts busy. Surrounded by over 800 lakes, the area is a fishing hotspot. The dry climate makes it more likely to experience the outdoors in the sunshine when hunting, hiking, mountain biking, kayaking or enjoying winter sporting activities.

 

Overall, Williams Lake offers an affordable lifestyle for the family or the young adventurer.

 

The Opportunity

 

Reporting to the Manager Accounting and Centralized Services you will possess proven interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work as part of the Administration department while serving our internal and external members.

 

A track record of taking a project from inception to completion is clearly an asset. You will ideally have a strong background in financial services and will be responsible for:

  • the bi-weekly payroll, preparation of financial statements and daily reports, provincial and regulatory reporting (GST / PST remittances);
  • assist in the preparation of  year-end financial statements and auditing functions;
  • maintain and develop reporting; and
  • administer compliance and privacy processes.

 

Experience working with the Fiserv DNA banking system and Microsoft Dynamics Business Central will be a definite recommendation for the position.

As the ideal candidate you will have relevant tertiary education, possess excellent communication skills and have a commitment to delivering outstanding service.

 

We offer a competitive compensation package, including benefits, commensurate with experience and qualifications.

 

Interested applicants may submit a resume and cover letter, in confidence by, July 21, 2021, to:

 

Manager, Human Resources

Williams Lake and District Credit Union

139 North 3rd Avenue

Williams Lake, BC V2G 2A5

Fax: (250) 392 4361

E- mail: resume@wldcu.com

 

Williams Lake and District Credit Union thanks all applicants for their interest. Only those applicants being considered will be contacted.

 

For more information on Williams Lake and District Credit Union, please visit our website at

www.wldcu.coop.

Manager, Regulatory Policy and Prevention – 12 Month Term

Manager, Regulatory Policy & Prevention – 12 Month Term

Who are we?
Credit Union Deposit Guarantee Corporation (the Corporation) is the deposit guarantor for Saskatchewan credit unions and the primary regulator for Saskatchewan credit unions and SaskCentral, together, Provincially Regulated Financial Institutions (PRFIs). We work closely with these institutions to ensure they employ sound business practices to enhance the strength and stability of the Saskatchewan credit union system.

How you will spend your time:
Reporting to the Associate Vice-President, Regulatory Policy and Prevention, this position manages the research, development, implementation, and communication of regulatory policy and prevention initiatives.

You will:
• Develop regulatory policy to ensure an effective and responsible framework for the regulation of PRFIs
• Manage the Corporation’s preventive and guarantee fund strategies by assessing ongoing monitoring and reporting of credit union financial and non-financial performance, trends, developments, and emerging risks
• Work collaboratively with various cross-functional teams within the Corporation and manage relationships with peer regulators, credit union system partners, and the office of the      Registrar of Credit Unions
• Provide operational leadership to the department to ensure corporate goals and objectives are achieved

What you’ll need:
• Undergraduate degree in accounting, finance, or business, supplemented with a graduate degree or professional designation
• Five years of experience in a related field; experience in the financial services industry or a regulatory environment would be an asset
• The ability to interpret and apply policy, legislation, and regulatory standards are key requirements for this position
• Demonstrated success in facilitating discussions that leverage advanced presentation and negotiation skills

The core competencies include teamwork, change leadership, effective communication, impact and influence, conflict resolution, problem solving and decision making. Lending to your success is your ability to demonstrate your people leadership skills as a coach and mentor committed to developing the talents of others.

We offer competitive compensation and benefits. The salary range for this position is $93,117 to $116,394. For more information on the Corporation, please visit our website www.cudgc.sk.ca.

The Corporation values and supports workplace diversity. We believe diverse ideas, opinions and perspectives are good for building business.

Please submit your cover letter and resume stating competition number RPP-TERM by June 25, 2021 to HR@cudgc.sk.ca. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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