Manager, Revenue Operations
Department of Finance
Reporting to the Director of Financial Operations, the Manager of Revenue Operations ensures that the Government of Nunavut (GN) cash is protected and recorded accurately, all GN invoicing to customers is accurate and timely, and that all outstanding accounts receivables are effectively followed up for payment. These functions directly ensure that the GN revenue and cash flows are maximized.
The Manager oversees four key functions for the Department of Finance within the GN. First, through direct supervision of a Senior Revenue Officer, the Manager is responsible for the accurate reporting and deposit of cash for all departments within Iqaluit. Second, through direct supervision of two Revenue Officers, the Manager is responsible for the accounts receivable invoicing function for all departments within Iqaluit. Third, through direct supervision of a Senior Collections Officer and two Collection Officers, the Manager is responsible to ensure that timely accounts receivable collection functions for the Department of Finance and Health are carried out in accordance to internal policies and the Financial Administration Manual. And finally, the Manager provides strategic direction for the division through the development of procedures and workflow models; as well as providing operational goals for all staff in the section, completing timely performance evaluation, coordinating year end processes and provides assistance to the Director as required.
Candidates must demonstrate advanced knowledge of debtor and creditor rights in Canada/Nunavut and have 5 years of direct experience in collection functions. Experience in financial statement analysis used in the assessment of customer credit worthiness and experience and proficiency using word processing, financial spreadsheets and email applications is required. Three years of experience supervising staff in revenue processing functions; including performance evaluations, staff goal setting and human resource management is also required, along with a recognized Canadian college/university diploma or degree in Business Administration. Equivalent post-secondary education may be considered. A professional accounting designation or advanced level of study is an asset. The ability to speak Inuktitut is an asset.
This position is not included in the Nunavut Employees Union and has a starting salary of $93,951.00 per annum, plus a Northern Allowance of $15,016.00 per annum.
REFERENCE: 03-501631 Closing Date: April 25 2014 (Midnight EST)
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