Our Capacity Development team is growing and we are looking for a Capacity Development Manager to join our team in our Winnipeg office.
The First Nations Financial Management Board (the “FMB”) has a unique opportunity for an experienced professional to make a positive impact in growing our organization. Join a fantastic team in a great working environment and make a difference!
Develop relationships with assigned clients that have secured their FAL and FP certification
Support First Nation FAL and FP certified clients to achieve FMB certification. “Support” in this context means facilitating, enabling, motivating, educating, and may take the form of:
facilitating the completion of a financial management system readiness assessment;
assisting with the identification of priorities and the preparation of a work plan;
providing guidance and interpretation in relation to the First Nations Fiscal Management Act, FMB standards, and any resource materials provided;
delivery of capacity development resources, including on-site or regional educational and awareness workshops; and
follow-up progress monitoring and providing encouragement.
Assist First Nations in promoting the change management principles required to achieve FMS certification;
Ensure the development of capacity building resources, such as internal control tools and templates, webinars, tutorials, workshops and a roster of third party contacts and resources, all which will assist clients in achieving FMS certification;
Work with internal and external stakeholders to identify and assist with the implementation of leading practice capacity development delivery methods;
Assist clients in managing third party contracts and funding agreements relating to capacity development;
Ensure relevant research is conducted on internal control capacity development and change management methodologies, tools, processes and resources;
Manage and develop relationships with third party contractors, external researchers and academic institutions including AFOA Canada to conduct the development and facilitation of delivery mechanisms for FMB training courses with educational institutions, Aboriginal organizations and other stakeholders;
Oversee the development and delivery of presentations to FAL compliance and FP certified clients interested in becoming FMS clients; and
Where appropriate, deliver presentations and coordinate FMB presence at national and regional conference.
Professional accounting designation (CPA, CA, CGA, CMA, CIA) preferred;
Post- secondary (undergraduate) degree required
Minimum of 5 (five) years of experience planning and conducting internal or external audits of internal control over financial reporting or similar
Knowledge and understanding of First Nations and Indigenous governments and organizations
Knowledge of First Nations-related intervention policies, procedures and practices
Excellent written and oral communication skills and relationship skills
Ability to think strategically and creatively and to work effectively in a fast paced environment
Proven experience in being hard working, diligent, mature, business-focused, detailed without losing sight of the larger picture and operationally engaged
Willing to travel occasionally across Canada and to remote locations
Willing and able to work outside of regular business hours
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