Finance & Administration Manager

Finance & Administration Manager

The ideal candidate is someone who:

  • Leads by demonstrating exceptional collaboration talents

  • Has a proven ability to develop effective relationships and bring people together for a common goal

  • Enjoys sharing knowledge, is open to new ideas, innovation, and learning

  •  Has the strong ability to see “big picture” opportunities and impacts across the organization and plan for them accordingly

  • Is willing to step in and provide support for other team members as needed

  • Has excellent organizational and planning skills to set and exceed established goals, schedules and deadlines required

  • Strong interpersonal skills with the proven ability to interact effectively with extremely varied types of stakeholders


What to expect day to day:

  • Maintain a strong financial system with appropriate controls and provide financial management in accordance with accepted accounting principles and Alberta Health requirements.  This includes:

- Create and manage the annual budget, with input from department managers

- Complete all financial reports required by Alberta Health (budget, mid-year and annual reports)

- Ensure that all departments, Executive Director, Board of Directors, and Governance Committee receive appropriate financial reports; attend Board meetings to provide an update on a regular basis

- Oversight of, and back up for, the bookkeeper and payroll administrator

- Ensure that all accounts payable coding and tracking, credit card and various petty cash reconciliations are completed

- Ensure payroll system, processes and documentation are effective, accurate and reliable.


  • Influence and improve staff engagement, motivation and satisfaction via support for, and adherence to, the PCN’s core values by working closely with the management team and HR Generalist to set and achieve goals

  • Ensure that relevant policies, procedures, guidelines and benefits are in place and that the organization is in compliance

  • Oversee and responsible for the implementation of the communications strategy for the organization

  • Ensure that communication with member physicians is consistent, effective, relevant and appropriate

  • Member of the management team

  • Take on the role of Acting Executive Director, in the case of absence

Requirements of the role:

  • Accounting designation or Master of Business Administration  (equivalencies will be considered)

  • Minimum of seven years’ experience in senior roles with increasing levels of responsibility

  • Financial literacy a requirement, financial experience in a not for profit a definite asset

  • Proven management and team development skills

  • Experience working with a Board of Directors is an asset

  • Proven experience with operations as well as program development

  • Strong evaluation/measurement/benchmarking experience

  • Demonstrated experience in human resources and marketing a definite asset

  • Experience in primary care an asset


Openings: 1 Full-Time

Location: Northgate Centre (9499-137 Ave)

Please submit your cover letter and resume to: