OverviewGovernment of Saskatchewan Manager of Financial Programs Full Time in Regina, SK
Government of Saskatchewan
Branch Regina SK CA
Manager of Financial Programs
Prepare the Victims’ Fund Financial Statements annually in consultation with the Provincial Auditor; Reporting to the Director, the Manager of Financial…
Manager of Financial Programs – FIN002148
Employment Type :
Location(s) : SK–Regina and Area-Regina
Ministry : 003 Justice
Salary Range : $33.349 – $41.788 Hourly
Salary Supplement : included in hourly salary range (in-scope)
Grade : SGEU.10.
The Victims Services Branch has a unique and challenging opportunity for a highly motivated individual who will use their effective communication, financial management, and leadership skill to play a key role during a period of significant expansion and enhancement of programming, and on an ongoing basis. Reporting to the Director, the Manager of Financial Programs will operate the Victims Compensation Program, oversee the Adult Restitution Program, and manage the Victims’ Fund and Branch budget.
Consider this opportunity to:
- manage the Victims’ Compensation Program, including evaluating applications and determining eligibility for reimbursement of expenses resulting from violent crime, and responding to inquiries and complaints from victims regarding applications;
- recommend and implement amendments to policy and legislation to address issues or enhance the Compensation program; deliver training on the program for community agencies and criminal justice system personnel;
- oversee the Adult Restitution Program which monitors offenders’ payments of court-ordered restitution, works with offenders to help ensure payments are made to victims, and provide information to victims about restitution;
- prepare the Branch’s annual revenue and expenditure budgets; monthly forecasts, monitoring and analyzing monthly surcharge revenues from all court locations in the province;
- prepare the Victims’ Fund Financial Statements annually in consultation with the Provincial Auditor;
- in cooperation with program managers, play a central role in preparing and administering at least 47 ongoing funding agreements and other contracts with community-based organizations; establish and maintain systems for monitoring contract compliance and accountability;
- develop and implement audit plans for funded programs; meet with agency boards to provide recommendations regarding financial management; provide advice to program managers with respect to government financial policies and audit and accounting principles;
- guide and coach a diverse group of employees to achieve expected goals as they provide quality service to clients and stakeholders.
The required competencies would be typically attained through completion of a university degree in business or public administration, significant experience in financial and management accounting, experience working with victims of crime or other clients under distress, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
We are committed to workplace diversity.
Hours of Work : A – SGEU Office 36 – one day off every two weeks
Shift : Day Job
Criminal Record Check Requirement : The successful candidate shall be subject to a Criminal Record Check as a condition of employment
Number of Openings : 1
: Feb 5, 2015, 11:59:00 PM
Questions about this competition? Contact : [email protected]
Employment Type: Full Time
Location: Regina, SK, CA
Posted on: 2015-01-26