Finance Assistant - MNP LLP

Oct 03, 2020
Delta, British Columbia
Entry Level, Early Career

On behalf of our client, Delta Community Living Society (DCLS), we are searching for a Finance Assistant to join their team located in Delta, BC. DCLS embodies the mission, vision and core values providing total quality support services and common practices to people with developmental disabilities; and are driven to advocate and empower all those with whom they work. 


Reporting to the Finance Manager, the Finance Assistant supports the preparation of DCLS’s monthly, quarterly and annual financial statements, including, month end schedules and manual journal entries. The key responsibilities of this role include reviewing and reconciliation of DCLS’ balance sheet accounts, accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll documentation. This role provides critical support to the organization in the delivery of quality and timely financial information to various stakeholders.



  • Complete all activities related to ensuring DCLS books and records are kept up to date including preparation of reconciliations and month end journal entries
  • Conduct the internal audit program and service financial review for quality assurance purposes  
  • Keep track and record accounts receivable invoices, payments and collect overdue accounts
  • Responsible for the funding contracts and grant reconciliations
  • Review weekly accounts payable and bi-weekly payroll entries
  • Manage renewal and creation of sub-contractor agreements, and reconcile the contractor service
  • Perform Payroll Administrator & Finance Clerk’s duties as needed
  • Provide Finance Manager with information gathering and assistance in special projects
  • Assist in other duties as required


Skills & Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, Business, Economics or other relevant fields
  • 2 – 5 years of direct working experience in financial operations and/or working towards or recently qualified Chartered Professional Accountant
  • Experience within a non-profit organization or relevant industry is considered an asset
  • Computer-literate with excellent proficiency of Microsoft Office products 
  • Previous experience utilizing Navision or other accounting software
  • Communicates efficiently both written and verbally
  • Solid organization skill with strong attention to details
  • Proactive and highly adaptable in adjusting to different types of situations
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a team
  • Ability to maintain detailed, timely, and accurate records


This role will also appeal to an energetic, highly motivated and independent individual who is self-sufficient and not afraid to roll up their sleeves and embrace change. If you possess strong organizational  and technical skills, a positive attitude and are ready to grow your career in a well-reputable organization, we would welcome the opportunity to discuss this role in greater detail.


If you feel you have the demonstrated background and are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please forward your resume and submit your application through Charity Village. We thank all candidates for their interest however only those selected for an interview will be contacted

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