The Finance Unit oversees Financial and Administrative functions for the Southern First Nations Network of Care.
The Finance and Administration Unit manages the following functions:
Ensures compliance with:
applicable legislation, regulations and policies;
financial reporting requirements of funding agreements with third parties;
Canadian public sector accounting standards;
requirements of the Board of Directors’ by-laws; and Southern Network financial and administrative policies.
Co-ordinates with external auditors and/or reviewers to provide requested information, management responses to and follow up of audit recommendations.
Records management system:
Pension and benefits.
Develops appropriate financial and administrative policies, procedures and internal controls for financial processing and reporting of transactions.
Ensures proper controls over the custody, security and authorized use of assets.
Addresses Authority funding model gaps and deficiencies through participation on the Regional Advisory Committee and directly advocating with Manitoba Families and INAC.
Utilizes a proactive cash management system to plan the timing and amounts of cash flows to avoid any cash flow deficiencies, identify potential funding requirements and investment options for surplus funds.
Develops reporting formats to address financial reporting requirements of users.
Uses an integrated financial processing and reporting system.
Provides administrative support, financial reports and recommendations to the Audit and Finance Committee.
Prepares budget, interim financial statements, audited financial statements and ad hoc reports for senior management, the Audit and Finance Committee, funders and other users.
Provides internal financial management reports and support to managers.
Develops future capacity of the Unit to facilitate the transfer of responsibility for child maintenance billings to the Southern Network.