Financial Recovery And Revenue Coordinator
|Company||BC Public Service|
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|Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General|
Financial Recovery and Revenue Coordinator
$56,032.51 - $63,565.27 annually
A unique opportunity to apply your financial expertise in this exciting role
Emergency Management British Columbia (EMBC) is the lead coordinating agency in the provincial government for all emergency management activities. As such, EMBC’s mission is to be responsible to British Columbians for leading the management of provincial level emergencies and disasters and supporting other authorities within their areas of jurisdiction. EMBC works directly with local governments, First Nations, provincial ministries and agencies, federal departments, other jurisdictions, industry and volunteers in hazard mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery.
As the Financial Recovery and Revenue Coordinator, you will be the provincial level expert responsible for coordinating and reporting the federal recovery of monies via the Disaster Financial Assistance Arrangements cost sharing program. In the role, you will be assessing and auditing the eligibility of response and recovery payments provided to individuals, suppliers, businesses, farms, charities, local government, and provincial ministries, in accordance with the Compensation and Disaster Financial Assistance Regulations and the Guidelines for the Disaster Financial Assistance Arrangements cost sharing program. You may also be responsible for the coordinating and reporting of other federal funded programs.
The BC Public Service is committed to creating a diverse workplace to represent the population we serve and to better meet the needs of our citizens. Consider joining our team and being part of an innovative, inclusive and rewarding workplace.
Qualifications for this role include:
• Undergraduate degree in a related field (such as business administration, public administration, finance, etc.) PLUS, two years’ relevant* experience; OR
• Diploma in a related field (such as business administration, public administration, finance, etc.) PLUS, four years’ relevant* experience; OR
• An acceptable combination of education and relevant* experience may be considered.
Relevant* experience includes Financial experience with an emphasis on analyzing financial documents and conducting financial forecasting and reporting.
• Experience interpreting and applying legislation, regulations and/or policies.
• Experience with computerized financial systems used for reporting purposes in a large organization (examples: CAS/ORCA/CPS, Excel, Word and/or PowerPoint).
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