Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada is a national not-for-profit organization dedicated to reaching every Canadian affected by a brain tumour through advocacy, support, education, information and research.
As the Director of Operations and Finance, reporting directly to the CEO, you will play a crucial role in overseeing and managing the financial, administrative, and operational aspects of the organization. This position requires a strong blend of financial acumen, strategic planning, and operational leadership to support Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada’s mission and ensure its long-term sustainability.
• Develop and manage the annual budget, in collaboration with the leadership team, the Finance Committee, and Board of Directors.
• Monitor financial performance, ensuring compliance with all financial regulations, and making recommendations for adjustments when necessary.
• Prepare financial reports and statements for internal and external stakeholders.
• Collaborate with external stakeholders, such as auditors, legal and financial advisors and vendors.
• Oversee day-to-day operational activities, including health and safety, and the overall maintenance of the office infrastructure.
• Oversee special projects related to the effective and efficient operations of the organization.
• Maintain and enhance information technology systems, data management, and internal processes.
• Ensure the organization complies with all relevant laws and regulations.
• Develop and implement risk management strategies and plans to safeguard the organization’s assets and operations.
• Maintain accurate records of financial transactions, operational activities, and compliance documents.
• Contribute to the development of the organization's strategic plan.
• Provide financial and operational analysis to support decision-making and goal achievement.
• Assist in setting financial and operational goals and strategies.
Leadership and Direction:
• Provide clear direction and purpose to direct reports, ensuring that everyone understands their roles and responsibilities.
• Set goals and expectations for individual and team performance.
• Inspire and motivate staff to achieve their best and work towards organizational objectives.
• Monitor progress and development of direct reports. Complete regular performance reviews including recommendations for compensation changes, training opportunities, and performance plans.
• Bachelor's degree in finance, accounting, business administration, or a related field.
• Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation is an asset.
• Proven experience in financial and operations management, preferably in a nonprofit setting.
• Strong understanding of nonprofit compliance, accounting standards, and regulations.
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
• Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities.
• Proficiency in financial software, database management, and Microsoft Office suite.
• Demonstrated leadership and team management skills.
• Vulnerable Sector Police Check required.
• Bilingual (English and French) would be an asset.
• Full vaccination against COVID-19 is required.
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