Financial Professional – Jr to Int

  • Post Date: July 20, 2022
  • Apply Before: July 20, 2099
Job Description

One of our Government clients is seeking a Junior to Intermediate Financial Professional on an initial 6 month contract. The start date is August 29th and the shift is 8am – 4pm. The location is Borden, Ontario.

The Financial Clerk’s main task is to process financial information by manual, written, verbal or electronic means. Skills and abilities required include familiarity with general office procedures, the use of standard office equipment and software (Windows, MS Office, etc) and accounting software, the ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing, and the possession of general accounting and mathematical abilities.

• Creation, tracking and finalization of travel or other claims cost compared against the most economical means

• Coding, totalling, entering, verifying and reconciling transactions such as current and archived claims, cheques, and bank statements in a ledger or computer system or both

• Providing general clerical support, including data inputting, processing and updating, routing correspondence; maintaining bring-forward systems; virtual meetings on MS Teams, answering the telephone; operating telephone switching systems; and taking messages

• Staying up to date on team goals, work processes and performance objectives.

• Identifying early warning signs of potential problems, and alerting the manager and others, as needed.

• Performing document and file management functions, including e-filing

• Photocopying, faxing and scanning documents

• Required reports and returns are competed and submitted within mandated timelines

• Provide weekly updates on progress initiatives

• Strict adherence to FHPM/PHM at all times

Experience and Skills:

Experience in the provision of financial support services, including processing claims for payment along with an understanding of generally accepted accounting principles are required.

Typical duties may include:

• Inputting information into a financial management system

• Selecting, validating and inputting information in the system

• Providing administrative and financial support services

• Remain situational aware of upcoming claim and travel requirements

• Interact effectively with CAF and civilian personnel

• Report submissions are researched and contain suggested solutions

• Tracking documents and maintaining a file system