MNP

Manager, Assurance & Accounting - Indigenous Services

Recruiter
MNP
Location
Timmins, ON, CA
Salary
Customized rewards programs that focus on flexibility and work-life integration
Posted
30 Jan 2024
Closes
29 Feb 2024
Ref
MANAG007026
Approved employers
Approved employer
Contract type
Permanent
Hours
Full time
Experience level
Manager

Inspirational, innovative and entrepreneurial - this is how we describe our empowered teams. Combine your passion with purpose and join a culture that is thriving in the face of change.

Make an impact with our Assurance and Accounting team as a Manager, Indigenous Services. This diverse team of professionals works with more than 250 Indigenous peoples, groups and organizations across Canada and shares a passion for learning and understanding their history, culture and contributions to our country. As a trusted advisor, you’ll provide expertise to empower Indigenous communities, organizations, businesses and individuals in navigating a dynamic social, political and economic environment. This is a hybrid position with regular travel to various First Nations communities.

MNP is proudly Canadian. Providing business strategies and solutions, we are a leading national accounting, tax and business advisory firm in Canada. Entrepreneurial to our core, our talented team members transcend obstacles into opportunities and are successfully transforming mid-market business practices.

Responsibilities

  • Lead client facing engagement teams to complete audits, compliance tax engagements, budgeting, internal controls and financial/accounting transactions
  • Deliver industry and technical expertise in audit and assurance through client interactions, reports, technical work, management presentations and high-quality deliverables
  • Manage a portfolio of clients while understanding their business, key risks and ways to deliver added value; ensure clients’ needs are met and relationships and accounts grow and develop
  • Accountable for engagement planning and scheduling as well as project financials (i.e., budgets, WIPS, timely billing, collection, variance recognition, etc.)
  • Maintain quality control and apply specialized knowledge to anticipate, identify, and address issues related to the clients business, financial entries and reports
  • Network in the local business community, consider business development opportunities and contribute to the preparation and delivery of competitive proposals to meet client needs
  • Mentor, motivate and coach team members towards professional and personal development by setting clear expectations, providing feedback and conducting performance reviews
  • Maintain flexibility to travel and to attend community events outside of regular office hours, as necessary

Skills and Experience

  • CPA Designation
  • 4 to 6 years of relevant public accounting experience
  • Experience working with First Nations Communities is considered an asset
  • Strong understanding of business, accounting, management and practice development principles
  • Proven people management, relationship building and leadership skills

MyRewards@MNP

With a focus on high-potential earnings, MNP is proud to offer customized rewards that support our unique culture and a balanced lifestyle to thrive at work and outside of the office. You will be rewarded with generous base pay, vacation time, 4 paid personal days, a group pension plan with 4% matching, voluntary savings products, bonus programs, flexible benefits, mental health resources, exclusive access to perks and discounts, professional development assistance, MNP University, a flexible ‘Dress For Your Day’ environment, firm sponsored social events and more!

Diversity@MNP

We embrace diversity as a core value and celebrate our differences. We believe each team member contributes unique gifts and amplifying their potential makes our business stronger. We encourage people with disabilities to apply!

For further information, and to apply, please visit our website via the “Apply” button below. 

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