The financial management officer is responsible for preparing reports, analyses, and recommendations for managers, monitoring budgets, and guiding managers to ensure budget compliance. They are also responsible for streamlining procedures to improve methods.
Perform administrative support tasks for the regular activities of the finance department: Must provide support to their immediate superior.
Perform any other related tasks. In more detail, the individual must:
Ensure the optimization of the functionalities of financial computer systems related to their sector.
Participate in the improvement, monitoring, and evaluation of the quality of work related to financial operations and provide assistance, advice, and support to department personnel.
Conduct various accounting analyses and prepare financial statements as requested by the MSSS or other external entities.
Develop and implement policies and procedures specific to their sector.
Design and develop tools for the use of relevant personnel. Ensure internal control and collaborate in the development of new control elements.
Develop the use and exploitation of the financial system in collaboration with colleagues and immediate supervisor.
Participate in standardizing procedures, policies, and regulations in a major change context.
Participate in periodic and year-end closing activities.
Support and participate in revenue tracking within the organization by developing tools (PSOC, other revenues, accounts receivable).
Support and participate in the analysis of expenses within the organization by developing tools (RI-RTF).
Participate in patient-focused financing tracking, ensuring compliance with targets and eligibility in collaboration with CPSS.
Analyze and process data from various databases (Financial Data Warehouse, SIRTF, project management, etc.).
Ensure compliance with laws, policies, regulations, and standards and management practices in force within the healthcare and social services network and within the organization.
Participate in the development, achievement, and monitoring of service objectives.
Participate in the preparation of financial reports RR-446, RR-444, and AS-617.
Participate in year-end audit work and the annual financial report AS-471.
Perform any other related tasks as requested by their immediate supervisor.
Monitor VISA cards, reconcile credit card expenses and payments.
Organize department meetings and provide reports.
Ensure accounts payable updates.
Respond to information requests from the MSSS, the Regional Board, and other partners.
Reconcile bank accounts and adjustment entries.
Analyze payroll errors and reclassify them in the correct account.
Create and track financing projects.
Temporarily replace the head of the accounting department.
Must have a bachelor's degree in business administration or another appropriate academic discipline or equivalent professional experience. Membership in the Chartered Professional Accountants (CPA) is an asset.Experience required
Experience in the Healthcare and Social Services network (MSSS).
Minimum of 2 years in an accounting office.
Attention to detail and rule application.
Problem analysis and resolution.
Decision-making ability and initiative.
Commitment to quality.
Tolerance to stress
35 hours per week
Hourly wage between $26.22 and $43.49
Group insurance and pension plan
Telecommuting and occasional travel to Puvirnituq
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