Application Deadline: 
12/09/2022
Posting Date: 
11/28/2022
Organization: 
Guelph CHC

Our Vision

A community without barriers to health and wellbeing.

Our Mission

We reduce health inequities by providing inter-professional primary health services and community programs, focused on our priority populations, in collaboration with community partners.

Our Values

InnovationAccountabilityPerson-CentredHealth PromotionExcellenceSustainabilityAccessibility

Are you passionate about the Guelph CHC's Vision, Mission and Values and working with our priority populations who are: homeless or at risk of homelessness, low income, newcomers to Canada with language barriers, moderate to severe mental health and/or addiction issues, moderate to severe disabilities, without access to primary care, aboriginal communities, including First Nations, Inuit and Mtis, LGBTQ+ populations, other marginalized groups, and vulnerable children and their families experiencing violence, family conflict, social isolation and attachment struggles? If you are passionate about Guelph CHC's Vision, Mission, Values and priority populations and meet the below qualifications, we want to hear from you!

Reporting to the Manager, Finance the Accounting Coordinator will provide accounting and bookkeeping services and assist in maintaining accurate and consistent financial records for the Guelph Community Health Centre.

An excellent team player, the successful candidate needs to be service-oriented with a strong background in AR, AP, Bank reconciliation, GL, and account analysis. The Accounting Coordinator is responsible for handling the financial reconciliation, payments, and budget process for the Midwifery Program, maintaining accurate and up-to-date information and reports related to the financial position of the GCHC. 

The ideal candidate is self-motivated and responsible and has strong organizational and analytical skills. Experience working in a community-based non-profit setting will be considered an asset.

This is a full-time position, and the successful candidate will be required to work in office 5 days a week.   

Responsibilities

  • Perform bookkeeping operations including Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, cheque and Electronic Funds Transfer preparation and bank deposits
  • Runs direct deposits, issues checks, and processes credit card monthly transactions
  • Has responsibility for the financial processes for the Midwifery program including payables and budget updating.
  • Running General Ledger account reports from Sage for various programs
  • Prepare monthly accounts receivable, accounts payable and bank reconciliations
  • Reconciliation of Vendor accounts
  • Process invoices and daily transactions and expenses and biweekly bank deposits of cheques and cash
  • Assist with monthly and quarterly financial reports

Demonstrated experience with accounts payable and accounts receivables processing

  • Ensures that all invoices are correctly allocated to appropriate budget lines.
  • Create monthly remittance reports and support payments.
  • Support the annual audit process including providing financial schedules.

Qualifications

  • Formal training in bookkeeping and accounting systems with three to five (3-5) years of similar experience, preferably in the not-for-profit sector.
  • Knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
  • Ability to work within the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) of the Finance Team.
  • Demonstrated ability to be flexible, a self-starter, and to work with a high degree of efficiency, accuracy, and confidentiality.
  • Sound judgement and ability to handle matters of a confidential, political and/or sensitive nature with discretion and tact.
  • Understanding of the complexities of tax calculations related to non-profit settings (government funding, grants etc.).
  • Experience in the use of accounting software applications and HRIS systems (Sage 300, AccPac).
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with a demonstrated ability to work with staff to ensure an effective and efficient working environment.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to effectively communicate both written and orally with internal and external stakeholders.
  • A positive approach to work and willingness to take initiative to lend assistance where needed to ensure that the team is successful in meeting department goals.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in all Microsoft Office with intermediate MS Excel skills including conditional formatting and pivot tables.
  • Strong analytical problem-solving skills with the ability to prioritize and manage multiple requests and tasks to meet deadlines.
  • Knowledge of or previous experience working in a community, social services or nonprofit setting is an asset.
  • You understand and are committed to the Mission, Vision, and Values of the Guelph CHC.

If you are interested in this position, please submit a resume and cover letter, outlining how your skills, qualifications and experience meet the position requirements..

Please visit our website at www.ghttps://guelphchc.bamboohr.com/careers/41uelphchc.ca/jobs/ and apply using the online application tool.

We are an equal opportunity employer.  We thank, in advance, those who apply, but will contact only those who qualify for interviews.

We require that all finalist applicants undergo a Criminal Record Check through their local Police Services Branch prior to start date. Are you passionate about the Guelph CHC's Vision, Mission and Values and working with our priority populations who are: homeless or at risk of homelessness, low income, newcomers to Canada with language barriers, moderate to severe mental health and/or addiction issues, moderate to severe disabilities, without access to primary care, aboriginal communities, including First Nations, Inuit and Métis, LGBTQ+ populations, other marginalized groups, and vulnerable children and their families experiencing violence, family conflict, social isolation and attachment struggles? If you are passionate about Guelph CHC's Vision, Mission, Values and priority populations and meet the below qualifications, we want to hear from you!

Toward Common Ground

Toward Common Ground (TCG) is a collective planning model for Guelph and Wellington County that is directed by a Steering Committee made up of leaders from local health and social service organizations. TCG also offers services through their social enterprise. Toward Common Ground is hosted at the Guelph Community Health Centre. The Toward Common Ground (TCG) Manager provides leadership, support and oversight for TCG’s collective planning model and social enterprise services.

Toward Common Ground Vision

Everyone in Guelph & Wellington is healthy and thriving

Toward Common Ground Mission

We identify needs and take collective action that improves the lives of people in Guelph and Wellington

Toward Common Ground Pathways & Services

The TCG team uses the following pathways to work toward our vision through our mission. We:

1) centralize, use, produce and make sense of data and research to support evidence-informed action; and

2) champion and support collective action in response to shared needs.

TCG’s collective planning model and social enterprise services include: facilitation, research, evaluation, strategic planning, grant writing, education and training.

Join our team!

What we offer our staff:

  • A culture that supports work life balance guided by our flexible work policy. This position is scheduled 9am-5pm Monday to Friday
  • Comprehensive benefit and pension package (HOOPP)
  • 3 weeks paid vacation year 1, 4 weeks of paid vacation for 2 – 5 years of employment. An additional vacation day per year starting at 6 years of employment until you reach 6 weeks’ vacation
  • $600 and 70 hours of paid annual professional development
  • 18 annual paid days for personal/sick leave
  • A supportive team-based environment with opportunity for growth and development

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES

  • University degree in a relevant health related discipline
  • A master’s level degree or other postgraduate training in a related field (e.g. Master of Public Health or Master of Social Work) is an asset
  • 5-8 progressive years’ experience leading and managing an initiative/project/program
  • Experience managing an interdisciplinary team
  • Experience developing and managing program budgets
  • Experience working with diverse communities that reflect GCHC’s priority populations
  • Knowledge of the social determinants of health, adverse childhood experience, resilience and health equity
  • Demonstrated ability to work with diverse group of community partners to respond to complex needs
  • Qualitative and quantitative research skills
  • Ability to interpret and present data in an accessible manner for diverse audiences
  • Experience conducting program evaluation
  • Strong facilitation and strategic planning skills
  • Experience writing grants and reporting to funders
  • Experience developing educational material and training for adults
  • Experience engaging with and using social media is an asset
  • Knowledge of social enterprise models. Experience developing and/or overseeing a social enterprise model is an asset
  • Experience in community development and community capacity building, is an asset
  • Ability to set goals and get results within a set timeline
  • Ability to multitask and work independently
  • Very strong written and oral communication skills
  • Effective time management, decision making and organizational skills
  • A good team member and supportive of interdisciplinary practice.
  • High level of confidentiality

PRINCIPAL JOB DUTIES

  • Maintain and share knowledge from a ‘birds eye view’ of local pressing needs, strengths and opportunities related to health and wellbeing.
  • Support the development and implementation of a multi-year strategic plan
  • Develop and update, as needed, policies and protocols to guide the TCG program and team
  • Provide supervision and oversight to TCG team
  • Write grants to sustain TCG program and support community partners to secure resources
  • Oversee and grow TCG’s social enterprise model
  • Complete requirements for funders, including collecting data and stories for reporting
  • Provide facilitation and planning support for collaborative initiatives working on complex issues
  • Convene community stakeholders in response to unmet needs
  • Support/coordinate opportunities to work together for a common purpose
  • Respond to and support community research and evaluation needs
  • Respond to data requests from community stakeholders
  • Maintain and update Toward Common Ground website, including editing and updating content
  • Oversee the maintenance and updating of the TCG data portal, including analysis and interpretation of data and drafting content for presentation on website
  • Share local data in an accessible and meaningful way for target audiences
    • Present highlights and trends from local data to community partners (e.g. funders, funding allocation committees, service clubs)
    • Present on topics related to social and health wellbeing (e.g SDOH, TCG wellbeing framework, Resilience, Adverse Childhood Experiences, etc.)
  • Respond to and fulfill social enterprise request for facilitation, research and evaluation, strategic planning, grant writing and other requests in line with the team’s skill set (e.g. training)

If you are interested in this position, please submit a resume and cover letter, outlining how your skills, qualifications and experience meet the position requirements...before 5:00 p.m. on December 9, 2022

Please visit our website at https://guelphchc.bamboohr.com/careers/47 and apply using the online application tool.

We are an equal opportunity employer.

We thank, in advance, those who apply, but will contact only those who qualify for interviews.

We require that all finalist applicants undergo a Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Screen through their local Police Services Branch prior to start date.

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How to apply: 

Please visit our website at https://guelphchc.bamboohr.com/careers/47 and apply using the online application tool.