|Date Posted||January 3, 2023|
Director of Finance and Administration – The Cridge Centre for the Family
The Cridge Centre for the Family, located in beautiful Victoria, British Colombia, is seeking a Director of Finance and Administration. Reporting directly to the CEO, the DFA will oversee financial operations and administration and lead a dynamic team of staff who are committed to our mission of restoring hope and a future to those overcoming the challenges before them. If you are a person-first, yet systems-oriented leader in the financial field with a passion for demonstrating the love of Jesus Christ through serving your community, we would like to hear from you.
At least seven years’ progressively responsible financial experience. Financial management experience, including budgeting, electronic banking, reporting and analysis, and full-cycle financial operations. Experience planning, developing, implementing and monitoring financial controls, policies and procedures. Experience of CRM systems and functions including, processing, system roll overs, and database maintenance. Experience in leading change in financial management.
University Degree in Business, Accounting, or equivalent. CPA designation or equivalent.
SKILLS & ABILITIES
Able to function effectively within the Constitution and Bylaws of The Cridge Centre for the Family. Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills, as well as an ability to connect with a diverse group of individuals. Able to build a strong team and motivate and coach key employees. Able to work collaboratively and independently. Advanced knowledge and experience in the use of Microsoft Excel to organize, utilize, report and model financial information. Practical knowledge of payroll management. Knowledge of privacy requirements and systems security.
The Cridge Centre for the Family is western Canada’s oldest registered non-profit and is proud of its rich heritage. Founders, Bishop Edward Cridge and his wife Mary, came to Victoria as Chaplain of the Hudson’s Bay Company in 1855 . He has been described as Victoria’s first social worker, pioneering many social and cultural causes. Mary took in orphan children which led to the founding of BC Protestant Orphan’s Home in 1873. A generous donor in 1891 enabled us to buy property and build a 100-bed orphanage. In the 1960’s, our organization radically shifted from being an institution which cared for children without families, to an organization that offered support to families. The orphanage was converted to a day care centre and townhomes were built on the property for low-income families. The newly named organization became a community support hub. Since then, we have expanded our services to include transitional housing for women escaping abuse, brain injury services, and seniors' services. The Cridge Centre for the Family acknowledges with respect the traditional territory of the Lkwungen and W_SANEC peoples, original caretakers of the land on which we serve. We have officially adopted the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and are actively seeking reconciliation with our First Nations’ neighbours. We continue to grow and develop in meeting the ongoing needs of the community as an expression of our Christian faith.
Location: Victoria, BC
Application Deadline: until filled
Start Date: negotiable
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Please note, qualified candidates for this search must be a Canadian resident at the time of application.
The Cridge Centre for the Family welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.