New job Manager, Financial Programs in Northwest Territories
Manager, Financial Programs
Company : Government of the Northwest Territories
Salary : $111,000 - $133,000 a year
Location : Northwest Territories
The Business Development and Investment Corporation (BDIC) is an independent Crown Corporation that supports the economic objectives of the Government of the Northwest Territories by encouraging the creation and development of business in the NWT.
The Manager, Financial Programs is responsible for the management of the credit facilities, venture investment and contribution programs of the Business Development and Investment Corporation (BDIC). The Manager is also actively involved in the development, introduction and implementation of new programs, program policies and procedures.
This position is located in Yellowknife and reports to the Director, Finance and Programs (Director). The incumbent monitors and assesses the risks associated with the BDIC's financial portfolio and oversees the BDIC's credit facilities, venture investment and contributions programs. This position is actively involved in the development, introduction and implementation of new programs, program policies and procedures.
The Manager works in conjunction with the Director and legal counsel as applicable, to decide on the course of action for collections. This position supervises two Business Advisors and work collaboratively with the Senior Policy Advisor.
The incumbent is guided and constrained by the requirements of the BDIC Act and Regulations, Financial Administration Act, Financial Administration Manual, Financial Management Board decisions, Cabinet Decisions, Ministerial direction, and BDIC Board direction.
The incumbent will have expert knowedge of financial program procedures and legal procedures relating to financial program security, collections, and documentation; proven ability to develop and deliver formal presentations that may be instructional or persuasive to stakeholders with considerable differences in expertise; and proven ability to ability to influence and persuade external parties.
Typically, the above qualifications would be attained by a Master’s Degree in Business Administration, Commerce or Finance and 5 years progressive management experience in valuations, commercial/developmental lending and investing and financing due diligence analysis or a Degree in Business Administration, Commerce or Finance with the completion of a recognized Canadian finance or accounting designation (such as Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), Chartered Business Valuator (CBV) or the Chartered Financial Analyst Certification (CFA) and 5 years of progressive management experience in valuations, commercial/developmental lending and investing and financing due diligence analysis.
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