About the Opportunity
Under the direction of the Controller and the CFO, the Accountant is accountable for the execution of all reconciliations, capital asset schedules, fund balances, allocation tables and the accuracy of journal entries of Excellence and responsible for the accurate recording and reporting of all accounting records
- In-depth knowledge of accounting and financial processes from source document processing to period close and generation of financial reports
- Demonstrated solid teamwork, leadership, communication and interpersonal skills
- Strong technical abilities, able to quickly learn and adapt to new systems
- Able to multitask and flexibility to adapt to changing priorities, procedures and duties
- Confidence to identify areas of improvement in processes and implement change
- Collaborates effectively with all stakeholders and engenders trust
- Sound listening, judgment and creative problem solving abilities
- Self-starter with the ability to contribute to planning and execution of unit goals
- Maintains confidentiality
- Able to resolve conflict quickly and fairly
- Meets or exceed deadlines on all responsibilities and delegated assignments.
- Demonstrated initiative
- Responds to inquiries from consumers in a friendly and appropriate manner.
- Review bank deposits and ensures their timely execution.
- Reviews A/R billing, cash receipts and internal billing batches.
- Reviews A/P invoice batches.
- Assists with AP and/or AR as needed. Backup to AR and AP roles.
- Reviews all journal entries by AP/AR and prepares entries for own work
- Provides leadership and expert knowledge to AR and AP persons
- Leads orientation for new staff, students or volunteers
- Works cooperatively with students and volunteers to enhance and foster community linkages
- Accountable for the timely completion of transactions and procedures
- Accountable for the timely and accurate completion of all assigned standing and ad hoc reports to the Controller/CFO and/or stakeholders
- Accountable for report accuracy and compliance with ASNPO and the Agency’s accounting manual and procedures
- Completes all reconciliations including inter-company and records and files supporting working papers on a monthly basis
- Maintains the client money schedules on a monthly basis
- Reviews deferred revenues monthly and prepares entries to revenue and deferred accounts as appropriate.
- Identifies, monitors and appropriately records capital acquisitions and completes the year end process of capitalisation
- Maintains depreciation schedules
- Reviews AR/AP batch entries, makes corrections where necessary and posts
- Prepares batches to be posted to the General Ledger
- Complete all AP/AR duties for Camp and Foundation
- Complete all reconciliations for Camp and Foundation
- Reviews deferred revenues monthly and prepares entries to expense accounts as appropriate for Camp and Foundation
- Identifies and monitors capital acquisition and completes the year end process of capitalisation for Camp and Foundation
- Maintains the depreciation schedules for Camp and Foundation
- Prepares batches to be posted to the General Ledger for Camp and Foundation
- Complete ad hoc reports for Camp and Foundation as requested
- Participate in the development and execution of strategic and annual planning
- Work location may transfer based on unit demands.
- Attends required training within approved time limits.
- Performs other duties and completes other projects as assigned.
- Works safely and in compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the organization health and safety policies and procedures at all times.
- Ensures work environment is clean and organized at all times.
- Identifies, reports and fixes unsafe working conditions.
- Reviews all health and safety policies and procedures within three months of hire date and on-going on an annual basis
- Undergraduate or college degree in finance, business administration, accounting is required.
- Enrolled in or has attained professional accounting designation (CPA) or equivalent.
- Five years related experience
- Advanced computer skills including knowledge of accounting software, Microsoft Excel, Word and online banking software.
- Solid knowledge of, and experience with ASNPO.
- Ability to communicate with deaf staff and knowledge of Deaf culture an asset.
- Committed to ongoing professional development.
- Highly developed organizational, interpersonal, problem solving and time management skills.
- Effective verbal, written and listening communications skills.
- Possesses valid Class G driver’s license.
$70,000 - $75,000/year
How to Apply
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You must currently reside within the Greater Toronto Area and be permitted to work in Canada to be considered for this opportunity. A recruiter will be in touch with you if your profile meets our client’s requirements for this role.