FINANCIAL REVIEW & BUDGET ANALYST (2 POSITIONS):
($56,796.64 - $65,740.30 Annually)
The Financial Review & Budget Analyst (FRBA) provides complex financial and program support relating to the review and administration of Non-Profit Housing Program subsidy and budgets, and the monitoring of financial performance of Non-Profit Providers engaged in the provision of social housing. He/She/They support the Non-Profit Operations Analyst, Portfolio Manager, Supportive Housing Advisor, or Director, who is the key relationship manager for the assigned portfolio of housing and service providers and the primary point of contact for the Non-Profit (NP).
The successful candidate will have the following:
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
- Diploma in a relevant discipline such as business administration or accounting.
- Considerable directly related experience in a financial accounting environment.
- Or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience acceptable to the employer.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- Sound knowledge and understanding of the principles, practices and techniques of program and financial administration.
- Sound knowledge of accounting practices, including a good understanding of financial statements and budget processes.
- Sound knowledge of mortgage lending processes, including principal and interest calculations, renewals and amortization.
- Strong skills and advanced level proficiency in relevant databases, spreadsheet and word processing software.
- Strong mathematical ability, attention to detail and accuracy.
- Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills, with solid command of English language.
- Good organizational and time management skills, with the ability to plan, meet deadlines and adapt in a fast-paced environment with competing priorities.
- Good analytical, research, investigative and problem-solving abilities and:
- Ability to exercise good judgment.
- Ability to learn and apply BC Housing funding programs.
- Ability to interpret operating agreements for the purpose of calculating subsidies.
- Ability to relay information to non-profit societies and other external contacts in a professional manner
- Ability to establish and maintain relationships with internal and external stakeholders demonstrating tact, courtesy and patience; ability to adjust communication style as required to probe and assess issues.
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team, in a fast paced, deadline-oriented environment.