Job Posting 97841

Senior Financial Controller
Mission Possible
Vancouver & Lower Mainland
648 E Hastings St, Vancouver
closed 10 days ago (Fri, 1 Dec)
part time  •  $50,000-$55,000 commensurate with experience

Position Type: permanent, part-time, 24 to 32 hours per week 

Salary: $50,000-$55,000 commensurate with experience


  • 3 weeks annual vacation
  • Extended health benefits and access to Employee and Family Assistance Program 
  • RRSP Matching Program 
  • Professional development opportunities

About the Job
The Controller will be responsible for the end to end financial process at Mission Possible, including day to day bookkeeping, preparing reports, developing and implementing financial controls, budgeting, overseeing invoicing and payroll processes, and monitoring the pricing model. The Controller will play a pivotal role in the financial health and growth of our life changing social enterprises, creating everlasting social and economic impact in the DTES community.

Working Conditions:

This role is team-based. The Controller will be supervised by the Deputy Director and will work alongside the Admin team and the MP Enterprises team. Most work will take place in MP’s office, however some remote work can be accommodated.

About you

  • Familiar with accounting and payroll software such as Quickbooks and Payworks
  • Attention to detail
  • Experience with bookkeeping principles and best practices
  • Strategic vision which will be paramount for the growth of Mission Possible
  • Has a continuous improvement mindset
  • Experience with the nonprofit sector

Major Responsibilities

  • Manage accounts payable and accounts receivable
  • Supervise the invoicing process
  • Prepare annual donation receipts
  • Reconciliation of bank accounts
  • Prepare and supervise GST (PSB), WCB, PD7A, and any other regular filings, but will not be responsible for the NTR nor the T3010.
  • Prepare monthly financial statements, inclusive of month-end journal entries. Review and approve all journal entries for financial statement completion
  • Establish and prepare financial and operating benchmarks, budgets, program monitoring, and reporting standards on weekly, bimonthly, and annual basis
  • Develop and enforce internal controls to maximize protection of company assets, policies, procedures, and workflows
  • Analyze company pricing models, make recommendations and prepare reports to review profitability
  • Review new tax rule changes and their application to our business
  • Ensure audit guidelines and recommended process improvement are dutifully actioned in an expedited manner whenever possible
  • Ensure pro-active cashflow management of accounts receivables and accounts payables to support our clients and vendors
  • Oversee internal audits and reporting related to operations, revenue protection, risk mitigation
  • Drive software improvement to create robust reporting for early warning indicators

Executive Reporting

  • Work closely with ED/DD to participate in development and support for the organization’s strategic initiatives
  • Prepare bi-monthly board reports
  • Responsible for the presentation of monthly, quarterly and annual operating results
  • Review and report on KPIs, dashboard reports and other financial metrics

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