JM 1836 – Treasurer – Gore Bay

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The Immploy Job Match program provides an integrated job matching network for immigrants and newcomers who are either internationally trained immigrants (ITIs) or international student graduates and employers in the Greater London Region. By actively connecting an expanded talent pool of multiple agencies with job orders from multiple employer entry points. The Immploy Job Match program partner organizations are seeking candidates to present to their employer contacts for this job opportunity. Immploy is not hiring for this position directly. If you are interested in having your resume presented to an employer for this opportunity, please email us at Please note Immploy cannot process applications from candidates who have not yet immigrated to Canada or Canadian Born individuals. Express entry clients are not being considered at this time. How to Apply: Please submit your resume and cover letter to Professions North/Nord: as soon as possible. Position is open until filled. Applicants must indicate how they meet the minimum qualifications in their resume. We thank all applicants; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Job Description: The Town of Gore Bay with a permanent population of approximately 850 is located on beautiful Manitoulin Island. Due to an upcoming retirement, the Town of Gore Bay is seeking applications from experienced, qualified persons for the position of Treasurer. This position is responsible for leading all financial matters, developing, recommending, implementing and continuously monitoring the Towns short-term and long-term financial plans. The Treasurer represents the Town with all finance-related matters and ensures compliance with Provincial reporting requirements and programs. In this position you will be responsible for the following: Establish internal directives, policies and procedures including finances, community development, and operations to ensure the efficient and effective operation of the Town. Working knowledge of every municipal department. Provide appropriate advice, background information and briefing materials to Council and play an active role at Council and Committee meetings as required. Develop and maintain an effective organization structure for the municipal finances that reflects operational needs and is directed towards accomplishing the objectives established in the Towns strategic plan. Ensure the effective function of all municipal finances. Coordinates and leads the annual budget process, develop long-term capital/operating budget forecasts. Responsible for GL, FIR completions, monthly operating statements, taxation, grant applications and municipal revenue functions Responsible for the Asset Management Plan in conjunction with appropriate Senior Staff. Maintain asset inventory in compliance with PSAB. Preparation of required financial statements and reports to Council and Senior Staff. Coordinate all audit requirements. Management of payroll functions including benefit administration. Oversees insurance plans and risk management issues. Requirements The preferred candidate will possess the following qualifications: An accounting designation (preferred) or an equivalent related mix of education and experience. A strong demonstrated understanding of municipal operations and legislation. Successful completion of Municipal Finance and Accounting Program an asset. Significant demonstrated management experience and understanding of local government finance, municipal financial planning, financial information systems, municipal financial reporting, taxation experience, budgetary processes, and supervisory experience. Excellent interpersonal, financial, project/time management, organizational, analytical, communication, presentation, leadership and supervisory skills. Proficiency in computer software applications (including but not limited to Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point and Town-specific financial programs). Demonstrated organizational, communication and management skills. Demonstrated experience in project management and team leadership. Benefits OMER Pension available for employees (after successfully completing probationary period) 35 hrs/week