Established in January 2020, Keewatinohk Inniniw Minoayawin (KIM) is a First Nations-led aggregate health organization that will work to transform health and wellness services and improve health outcomes for First Nations people.
Reporting to the CEO, the CFO will be responsible for the planning, implementing, managing, and controlling of all financial-related activities including accounting, finance, forecasting, strategic planning, job costing, legal, property management, proposal analysis, partnership development, and agreement negotiations, monitoring of agreements and reporting compliance.
As a part of the executive team, the CFO will be a strong, contributing voice to the vision and the strategic development of KIM and will be a collaborative leader with proven business and financial acumen.
This brand-new position is an excellent building opportunity for the experienced financial leader who will bring the vision to reality and possesses a passion for ensuring that equitable and safe care for all First Nations people is realized.
- Identify and assess partnerships as it relates to the financial investments and the opportunity to leverage further funding or partners
- Responsible for strategic budgetary planning and analysis
- Provide advisory support for large projects
- Conduct analysis of federally funded health programs with a view towards innovations in funding models
- Assist in recruitment of the finance and administration staff whom they will supervise
- Develop appropriate financial policies and procedures for KIM, consistent with generally accepted accounting principles
- Accountable for the financial administration activities of KIM as a non-share corporation including; financial management, banking services, budgeting, payroll, cash accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, inventory control and internal control, month-end closing / year-end closing processing including journal entries and account reconciliations, and preparing of monthly, quarterly and annual financial statements.
- A CPA designation combined with post-secondary education.
- Experience in healthcare accounting and health sector finance policies and procedures is preferred
- Knowledge or experience in working with First Nations or First Nations organizations in a financial management capacity is preferred
- Experience in developing new internal financial policies and procedures
- Experience leading an accounting and finance team with the ability to pivot and adapt to a fluid state of growth and development
- Demonstrated financial acumen and experience being accountable for the financial stability of an organization
About Keewatinohk Inniniw Minoayawin (KIM)
Keewatinohk Inniniw Minoayawin (KIM) was established in January 2020 by the Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak (MKO) Chiefs Task Force on Health. Keewatinohk Inniniw Minoayawin Inc., (which means “Northern Peoples Wellness,”) will work to support the health and wellness priorities identified by First Nations in Northern Manitoba and will offer health and wellness services that are reflective of the needs and priorities of First Nations people in Manitoba’s north.
“The KIM story has always centered around the collective aim of achieving meaningful health transformation for First Nations people. Wellness means gaining access to the existing health and wellness services available to other Manitobans; but it also means equity and safe care, free of racism, health sovereignty, and choice.”
Read more about this important organization at www.kiminoayawin.com
KIM supports diversity and inclusion in their workplace. Indigenous, Persons of Colour (IBPoC), persons of the LGBTQ2+ community, persons with disabilities, and women are encouraged to self-declare.
To submit your candidacy, please email your resume in confidence to Dan Perera at [email protected]