Manager, Financial Planning & Analysis

The AGLC is looking for a dynamic, professional individual to join our Finance Branch.  In this leadership role we require someone who is able to think strategically, lead staff, and identify opportunities for innovation and improvement, all while anticipating financial challenges and needs.

The Manager, Financial Planning and Analysis works closely with our management team to align the financial planning process with the AGLC’s goals, as well as our strategic, business and operational plans. This Management position is responsible for the design, communication, and implementation of the financial planning and budget processes, including the development of our fiscal and capital plans.

Using your strong financial experience, you will provide insightful and relevant recommendations for improving the accuracy, methodology and execution of the financial planning and budget processes across the AGLC; as well as provide leadership and direction that will optimize the allocation of the AGLC’s resources.

Having experience managing a variety of resources, multiple time commitments and concurrent projects, will help you to ensure you are providing leadership and direction regarding internal and external financial reporting needs for the organization.  This will include standard and ad-hoc reporting as well as accountabilities relating to the review and analysis of financial information which assists the Senior Management Team, Executive Team and the Board with informed decision making.

In this role you would also be responsible for the capital assets and inventory management function in the organization, including financial analysis of funding related to Corporate Projects.

To be successful in this role, you will require strong communication and interpersonal skills as well as the ability to network and build strong and lasting relationships, partnerships and alliances.  The capacity to be an exceptional people leader is paramount in this role to ensure issues management and effective team building occurs. Your ability to work within strict deadlines and tight schedules is a must.  As are strong consultation, facilitation, mediation and negotiation skills.


• Post-secondary education supplemented with an accounting designation (CGA, CA, CMA (now CPA)) and 5 or more years of directly related, progressively responsible experience, which includes a minimum of 3 years of supervisory/management experience is required.
• Involvement leading financial projects, including system related projects and the development of policies and procedures would be an asset.

NOTE:  An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.  Candidates with lesser qualifications may be considered at a lower classification and salary.  This recruitment may be used to fill future vacancies. 

NOTE:  To be eligible to work for the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission, you must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or eligible to work in Canada.  As a condition of employment you will be required to obtain a security clearance prior to employment.