Reporting to the Supervisor Budget and Reporting and overseen by the Manager Financial Services, the Financial Analyst is responsible for posting financial information to the General Ledger and providing financial information and reports to both internal and external customers. In addition, the Financial Analyst is responsible for financial management and reporting, current budget, financial operating and capital plans, year end working papers and special projects.
Key Responsibilities Include:
All Financial Analyst Assignments:
Set up year-end working files and prepare audit file working papers. Ensure all schedules balance; investigate account inquiries and make adjustments / corrections.
Assist with the preparation of the financial statements and schedules as required by external auditors.
Key roles with year-end audit.
Assist with the preparation of the Financial Information Return (FIR) and Statistical Information Return (SIR).
Assist with annual financial plan and budget preparation.
Post daily transactions to Diamond/Dynamics or GL to include but not limited to: daily cash receipts, accounts payable, accounts receivable and bank deposits.
Prepare and post project cost entries and general journal entries.
Respond to government surveys.
Cross train, support and back up other Financial Analysts positions.
Annual surplus/deficit forecast
alignment, adjustments and reconciliations
analysis and variance reporting
communication to County departments
reports preparation for presentation
Capital committee assistance - planning and funding of the capital plan
Current Capital budget plus 3 year and 5 year plans
Financial environment analysis
Internal and external communication strategies
Revenue opportunities exploration
Completion of degree in a related field along with a minimum 3 years of progressively responsible and diversified experience and:
Well-developed communication and interpretation skills, with the ability to work independently and collaboratively in a multi-disciplinary team.
Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation (formerly CA, CMA, or CGA) would be considered a definite asset.
Demonstrate knowledge and experience of basic computer functions (log on, check emails, open and save documents in MS Office Suite) as well as basic keyboarding skills.
Enhanced analytical, problem solving and planning skills.
Must be bondable. As a position with potential high-risk exposure to theft or fraud a criminal record check is required on an annual basis.
Additional Job Information:
Salary Range: $78,000 - $91,650
Position Type: Permanent Full-time
Posted Date: May 17, 2022
Closing Date: May 30, 2022
Job ID: 0422-1452