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Financial Analyst

Downtown of Montreal
NPO - NPO | Accounting | #3757
Differentiating elements
  • Autonomy & latitude
  • Employee well-being
  • Flexibility & quality of life
  • Mission with positive impact
  • Teamwork

About the employer

A renowned Quebec-based humanitarian organization, which contributes to the implementation of innovative, effective and sustainable solutions for the development of the potential of underprivileged children.

Benefits : Excellent conditions that stand out in the market - Constructive corporate mission for the company - Warm and friendly work environment - People-centered corporate culture - Lots of challenges and opportunities to get involved in various projects - Collaboration with passionate, committed people - Culture of continuous learning and improvement - Flexible working hours - Hybrid mode offered - 3 weeks vacation - 2 weeks personal leave - Holiday leave - 4-day week during the summer - Employer-paid group insurance premiums - Health and welfare allowance - Employee assistance program - Office equipment subsidy - Monthly cell phone plan reimbursement - Payment of professional titles - Offices close to public transportation - Competitive salary.

Your responsibilities in a few words!

Reconcile daily back-office activities, including foreign exchange transactions, and enter data into the accounting system – Produce month-end reports – Prepare monthly accounting entries for the production of financial statements – Analyze management fees and expenses on a quarterly and annual basis – Prepare investment-related reports and analyses for quarterly and annual financial statements – Participate in the external audit process and in the preparation of audit files – Analyze, Analyze, account for and participate in the valuation of investments obtained – Provide administrative support in connection with legal requirements, compliance or other requirements of the various portfolio managers – Prepare banking instructions for fund calls, payment of invoices for fees, bank or interfund transfers and distribution notices – Ensure that private investment fund calls respect commitment balances – Collaborate in monitoring cash flow projections – Regularly review your department’s processes and ensure their efficiency – Ensure compliance with internal controls in place and their updating, Collaborate in the maintenance and search for solutions, if necessary, to ensure the operation of the investment management system and the performance measurement system.

Your assets for this position!

  • CPA designation or CPA in progress
  • Minimum 1 to 3 years' experience in a similar position in industry or law firm
  • Experience in NPO (asset)
  • Knowledge of Power BI (asset)
  • Mastery of the Office Suite, especially Excel
  • Modeling skills and interest in process optimization
  • Good understanding of accounting principles and taxation of charities
  • Bilingualism: functional
  • Summary

    An ideal opportunity for a responsible, self-starter, curious, proactive individual who wants to learn, enjoys improving processes, and wants to work in a multi-faceted role. Reporting to a passionate, pleasant and collaborative manager, you will be responsible for preparing the investment operations of the Group and its allied companies. Ready to join a highly respected company while expanding your knowledge of finance? Apply here to learn more!

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