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Compliance and Financial Operations Administrator

Full Time
A month ago
55,000 to 62,000 per year
  • Join a progressive organization with a long term vision
  • Receive $55,000 to $62,000 annual salary plus full benefits
  • Help make a valuable impact in the construction industry
About British Columbia Construction Association

British Columbia Construction Association's (BCCA) mission is to ensure our province is home to a world-class construction sector that demonstrates exceptional productivity and resilience.

We’ve made it our mission to ensure that the skilled workforce, resources, and regulatory environment exceeds the needs and expectations of all industrial, commercial, and institutional construction employers. We work to ensure that everyone is represented, whether union or open shop, general or trade, located in the north or the south or anywhere in between.

BCCA programs serve more than 10,000 contractors, and with such an enormous reach, we are the go-to source of information and guidance for our industry.

To read more about us, our mission, various programs, and strategic plan, please visit our website.

About the Opportunity

Currently, BCCA is seeking a Compliance and Financial Operations Administrator for our Construction Apprenticeship Program. This exciting new province-wide initiative will partner small to medium-scale construction enterprises (SME) with future first year Red Seal Trades apprentices.

Reporting to the Director of Finance, you will support the BCCA accounting department in developing, implementing, and managing a funding compliance program while assisting with general accounting tasks and administrative tracking.

Your main responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • Supporting the Accounting Department and program management
  • Assisting with the creation of a department wide quality control process for the funding agreement
  • Regular review of contract compliance and internal control processes
  • Maintaining a solid understanding of the funding requirements to assist with accounting entries
  • Compiling financial claims with the program management team
  • Reconciling bank, visa, and expense entries monthly or weekly
  • Assisting with financial monitoring requests to analyze expenses and provide completed support
  • Assisting with audit prep and testing documents
  • Tracking staff administration time
About You

To qualify, you will need at least 3 years of experience in accounting and financial compliance. Experience working with funding related to non-profit organizations would be considered an asset. 

Skills, experience, and background in the following will be considered essential:

  • Accounting standards (e.g., bookkeeping, etc.) and best practices
  • Evaluation and implementation of new accounting processes
  • Accounting systems and software programs (e.g., Syspro or equivalent)
  • Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and Teams
  • Ability to work together with colleagues to implement the internal controls

Lastly, it is essential that you have a high level of strategic thinking, excellent organization skills, proficient attention to detail, solutions-forward mindset, and a strong willingness to learn. This is an incredibly rewarding opportunity within a program that greatly impacts the future of the construction industry in the province!

Please note: For the safety and well-being of our clients and employees, we require proof of COVID-19 vaccination before commencing employment. Accommodations will be made for those exempt from the COVID-19 vaccination, based on grounds protected by relevant human rights law.

About the Benefits

As a valued member of the BCCA team, you can look forward to $55,000 to $62,000 annual salary evaluated on skills and experience, plus the following:

  • Opportunity to work in a flexible hybrid work model
  • Robust health benefits, including vision, prescription, and dental coverage
  • 3 weeks vacation to start 
  • BCCA wellness plan, including health spending account
  • RRSP matching
  • Access to Employee & Family Assistance Program
  • Personal and professional development, including Education reimbursement
  • Join an organization that promotes a healthy life-work balance and a respectful workplace
  • A chance to collaborate with various teams and deliver programs with industry-wide impact 

BCCA is the largest and most diverse construction association in the province. If you share our values and have the skills necessary to bring success to the role, then we invite you to apply today!

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