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Chief Financial Officer

Inuuqatigiit Centre for Inuit Children, Youth and Families

January 14, 2022

Inuuqatigiit Centre for Inuit Children, Youth and Families is a multi-service non-profit organization serving Inuit children, youth, and their families. Our Centre is dedicated to providing cultural, educational, and support services in a caring, respectful, and collaborative environment that fosters strong and proud Inuit children and families.

Position:Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

Hours:37.5 hours per week - In-Determinate Full-Time

Salary Range:$74,500 - $93,676 per annum + benefits


Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Chief Financial Officer is responsible for the management of our financial and administrative operations at Inuuqatigiit Centre and is accountable for the accurate representation of Inuuqatigiit Centre’s financial statements. The incumbent must meet fiscal obligations while supporting the vision and mandate of Inuuqatigiit Centre.


  • Over see and manage all aspects of financial services;

  • Direct the implementation of Inuuqatigiit Centre’s financial policies,procedures, and systems;

  • Work with Executive Director, Directors, and managers to develop budgetsfor all program proposal submissions and workplans;

  • Communicate high-level financial operations and updates with the Executiveand Board;

  • Prepare with Comptroller & Funds Administer the monthly, quarterly, andannual financial reports as required by funding agencies’ contribution andgrant agreements;

  • Develop funding proposals in collaboration with the Executive Director,Director of Programs and Program Managers;

  • Maintain multiple program budgets with historical and current spending dataand provide reports to managers and program leads with notes to variances;

  • Communicate with funders to make changes or request approvals toagreements;


  • Accountable for maintaining and reporting accurate and complete financial records for all programs and services in keeping with funder and partner agreements;

  • Accountable for the application of legislative obligations and GAAP regulatory requirements in compliance with Inuuqatigiit financial policies and procedures;

  • Accountable for the upkeep of annual and other renewals and all fiscal and legal obligations for the continuance of the Registered Charity;

  • Accountable for the effective delivery of administrative infrastructure and services for the agency; and

  • Accountable for managing human, administrative and financial resources in an effective manner.


  • Inuitdescentpreferredandisconsideredanasset;
    CPA, CGA or CAFM designation or similar is required;

  • Minimum 10 years’ experience in project/program management focused onchildren, youth, and families;

  • Experience in effectively managing human and financial resources;

  • Experience collaborating with Inuit or Indigenous communities;

  • Knowledge of Inuit culture and community;


  • Medical certification of good health; TB test, if applicable, immunizations up- to-date and proof of COVID 19 vaccine (Dose 1,2 and booster)

  • Police Record Check – Vulnerable Sector required in keeping with Inuuqatigiit Centre Personnel Policies and Procedures;

  • First Aid/CPR certification or willingness to become certified; and

  • Driver’s License an asset.


Please apply with cover letter and resume

Complete job description is available upon request

We thank all who apply for this position. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

When two equally qualified candidates are considered for the same position, preference will be given to the candidate of Inuit descent

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