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Financial Analysis and Reporting Manager

Job Title: Financial
Analysis and Reporting Manager

Organization: Action Against Hunger / Action contre la Faim – Canada

Report To: Chief
Financial Officer

Location: Toronto, ON

Job Type: Full-Time,
Permanent

Work Hours: 37.5 hours
per week.
*(Flexibility
is required to work outside regular office hours if needed.)

Salary: 60K – 70K per
annum

ABOUT US

Founded in 1979, Action Against Hunger is a global humanitarian
organization that takes decisive action against the causes and effects of
hunger. Our mission is to save the lives of severely malnourished children
while helping communities become self-sufficient. Recognized as a world leader
in the fight against malnutrition, Action Against Hunger has pursued its vision
of a world without hunger for almost four decades, combating hunger in
emergency situations of conflict, natural disaster, and chronic food
insecurity. With more than 8,000 staff in nearly 50 countries, our programs in
nutrition, food security, livelihoods, water, sanitation, and hygiene, reach
more than 20 million people each year.

ABOUT THE ROLE

Action Against Hunger
Canada is looking for a responsible and action-oriented Financial Analysis and
Reporting Manager, who will be reporting directly to the Chief Financial
Officer and will oversee the financial management functions. The Finance
Coordinator reports into this role, which handles the financial management
reporting, analysis, and business planning of special projects within Action
Against Hunger Canada. The main focus of this position is to support the Chief
Financial Officer and departments in achieving their objectives by identifying
issues, recommending solutions, providing financial transparency and
value-added financial assessments. This is achieved by establishing strong ties
with the project groups while meeting the needs and interests of all
stakeholders.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

Financial Analysis

  • Create and continually develop reports for the departments
    that capture key measures of activity and anticipate future requirements,
    including management reports and revenue/expense analytics.
  • Proactively support the cost allocation process which
    includes the design, compilation, review, and implementation of various
    financial models.
  • Conduct and provide financial analysis, budget follow-up
    reports to help project managers in decision making, for the Network related
    and other projects.
  • Support for the preparation of financial proposals to appeal
    for grants and awards, for the Network related and other projects.
  • Help with the preparation of award agreements, sub-agreements
    and service contracts, for the Network related and other projects.
  • Execute all other regular monthly/quarterly reports and
    participate in special projects as required.

Planning, Budgeting and Financial Reporting

  • Participate in the annual business planning and budgeting
    process while providing overall financial stewardship, revenue/expense
    projections and support for other ad hoc projects.
  • Participate in the development of appropriate key performance
    indicators and in the improvement of financial tools for project teams.
  • Support departments in preparation of budgets and budget
    amendments for specific projects.
  • Proactive support of board reporting and quarterly business
    reviews.

General Ledger and Accounting Process

  • Calculate and allocate salaries and benefits to the
    departments and record payroll transactions in a timely manner.
  • Calculate and allocate office pooled costs to the departments
    and record transactions in a timely manner.
  • Perform end-of-period procedures: balance account
    reconciliations, month-end closing transactions.
  • Support the Chief Financial Officer in preparing for audits
    and responding to auditor requests.
  • Take ownership for ensuring all work and/or processes are
    documented, oversee the filing of all relevant financial, suppliers and payroll
    documents.
  • Liaise with the network on administrative matters related to
    inter-office invoices.
  • Conduct quarterly reconciliation with network partners.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor’s
    or master’s degree in relevant discipline
  • CPA
    designation (would be considered a strong asset)
  • Minimum
    of 3 years of experience in bookkeeping and accounting in an INGO
  • Knowledge
    of accounting software (Electronic Financial System) and ERP
  • Knowledge
    of USAID and GAC regulations
  • Solid
    knowledge of Microsoft Office applications specifically Excel and Word

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS,
ABILITIES AND OTHER ATTRIBUTES

  • Excellent verbal, written, and
    interpersonal communication skills
  • Strong problem-solving and
    analytical skills
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Proven
    ability to take initiatives and be proactive
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Demonstrated interest in
    international humanitarian work

Action
Against Hunger Canada is committed to the creation of a diverse and inclusive
workplace. We actively welcome applications from Indigenous persons, persons
with disabilities, visible minorities, women, persons of all sexual
orientations and genders. If you are invited to continue the selection process,
please notify our human resources representative of any accommodation or
special measures that you may require.

Action
Against Hunger Canada is committed to promoting the well-being of people around
the world and focuses its efforts on saving lives through the elimination of
hunger. To that end, we uphold the principles of independence, neutrality,
non-discrimination, unrestricted access to assistance, professionalism, and
transparency in all our operations. We have ZERO TOLERANCE towards any behavior
violating our Code of Conduct, including workplace violence, harassment and
sexual harassment, any form of exploitation and abuse, corruption, fraud, and
any behavior lacking integrity.

Action
Against Hunger Canada is committed to safeguarding children and adults in the communities
where we work. Our safeguarding commitment is to ensure that children and
adults are protected from both deliberate and unintentional harm or abuse
caused by Action Against Hunger staff, including the Prevention from Sexual
Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA).

In an
effort to safeguard children and adults in communities we work, our offers of
employment are conditional on successfully clearing background checks that
may include, but are not limited to, criminal records, vulnerable sector
screening, and employment references.

If you
are interested in this position, please apply online by October 29, 2021. To
access the job posting, please click here:
https://apply.workable.com/acfcanada/j/D0ADE49AA0/

To learn
more about Action Against Hunger, visit our website at
www.actionagainsthunger.ca