Job Vacancy #1

Finance Administrator-McBride or Valemount Office; $25.00-$30.00 per hour (dependent on experience and qualifications)

Robson Valley Community Services (RVCS) is a charitable, non-profit organization, with offices in McBride and Valemount, providing community support services throughout the Robson and Canoe Valley. RVCS has a regular part-time, 20.0 hour per week, position for a Financial Administrator. The primary office location will be in Valemount or McBride; dependent on the successful applicant’s area of residence.

 Role Summary

The Finance Administrator is responsible for the preparation and maintenance of financial records and reports for RVCS. The Finance Administrator provides financial support to the Executive Director through bookkeeping, payroll duties, banking, budgeting and reporting services. Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Finance Administrator maintains all necessary and appropriate records, files and processes to ensure the smooth and compliant financial operation of the organization, focusing on accuracy and transparency. The Finance Administrator is a member of the Senior Leadership Team.

Duties and Responsibilities

Bookkeeping

  • Prepare General Ledger and supporting accounts within Adagio Accounting system
  • Prepare Accounts Payable files and process cheques for signing and distribution
  • Record all revenues including reconciliations from contracts, donations, grants and room rental fees
  • Reconcile all accounts and prepare financial statements, including Balance Sheet, Revenue and
  • Expenditure, Performance to Budget / Variance and Cash Flow
  • Maintain financial records and filing
  • Follow up with RVCS accounts payable invoices as needed

Payroll

  • Assist the HR/Program Manager is administering group benefits and Municipal Pension Plans
  • Maintain records for taxable benefits
  • Monitor remittances to Receiver-General
  • Prepare WorkSafe BC reports and remittances

Banking

  • Reconcile bank accounts monthly
  • Monitor cash flow and cash management

Reporting

  • Prepare monthly financial statements as required by the Executive Director
  • Prepare WorkSafe BC reports
  • Prepare GST returns
  • Prepare Grant/Contract Reporting returns
  • Prepare grant confirmations and monitor reporting requirements
  • Prepare year end confirmations for the accountant
  • Prepare audit documentation if and when required

General

  • Under the direction of the Executive Director, responsible for the development and planning of annual AGM
  • Provide financial supervision and direction to RVCS staffing compliment
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
  • Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office 365 (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • Complete and expert understanding of accounting principles and standards for not for profit organizations in Canada
  • Understanding of provincial and federal reporting standards for not for profit organizations in British Columbia
  • Proficient Accounting and budgeting skills
Qualifications required:
  • Must have 2-3 years of Supervisory/Management Experience
  • Current criminal record check, or ability to pass a CRC
  • Must have access to reliable transportation and be able to travel throughout the Robson Valley as required.
  • Specialized competencies, skills and knowledge in the areas Not for Profit/Charities
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Specialized competencies, skills and knowledge in the areas of financial management
  • Minimum of a Post-Secondary Diploma in related field (BA or Masters preferred)
How to apply:

Please submit your Resume and Cover Letter by email, in confidence, to Lina Thompson at ed@rvcsbc.org, by May 15, 2019 at 4:00pm.

**We thank you for your interest; however, only qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview**


Job Vacancy #2

Child and Youth Mental Health (CYMH) Support Worker-Valemount Office

($30.68-$35.74, dependent on qualifications and experience)

Robson Valley Community Services (RVCS) has a regular part-time, 22.5 hour per week, position for a CYMH Support Worker. CYMH services are designed to promote the emotional health and wellbeing of children, youth and their families. The primary purpose of the services are to support and promote behavioral change and positive growth in children experiencing, or at risk of experiencing, a mental health problem or mental illness. The position is located in the Valemount office.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Providing Community-Based Assessments which inform decisions and plans for the children, youth and their families
  • Provide intervention services such as evidence based individual or group support and crisis response services
  • Deliver services with the aim of accessibility and inclusion for all clients regardless of their culture, physical abilities, immigration status, color, sexual orientation, income level, family members’ choice of trade or isolation status
  • Refer clients to other services, including clinical treatment, when intervention beyond the scope of the program is required
  • Collaborate to provide early identification and intervention services including, but not limited to: activities and programs focused on identifying at-risk children and/or enhancing protective factors and increasing resiliency, community training events and groups, parent training events and groups, and events and groups held at other organizations and schools including suicide prevention
  • Encourage community capacity building for mental health and the establishment of continuity of care within existing social and health services for people experiencing mental illness or difficulties; by coordinating services between social service agencies on a local, regional, and provincial basis and by encouraging networking between agencies
  • Provide home based and outreach services
  • Compile reports and/or statistical records as required by the agency and purchaser of service
  • Performs other job related duties as required

Qualifications Required:

EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE

  • Minimum of a baccalaureate (BA) in Social Work, Child and Youth Care or comparable BA in a human services discipline. Masters level preferred
  • Have specialized competencies, skills and knowledge in the areas of child and youth mental illness and developmental needs, family functioning and intervention strategies

SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Ability to identify risk factors that may include individual characteristics (such as difficult temperament, learning disabilities, biological injury or genetic factor) or environmental factors (such as poor housing; parenting problems, including substance abuse; or poverty)
  • Ability to help strengthen protective factors for children, youth and their families
  • Ability to establish and maintain good interpersonal relations with a high degree of professionalism
  • Ability to drive to meet clients in both McBride and Valemount in both office and outreach settings as required
  • Ability to work independently
  • Possess written skills appropriate for report writing

This posting is open to all interested applicants and requires HSA Union membership

To apply, please submit your cover letter and resume, in confidence, by e-mail to Lina Thompson at ed@rvcsbc.org

Closing Date: May 24, 2019 at 4:00pm


Job Vacancy #3

Early Years Coordinator-McBride Office 

($22.02-$25.65, dependent on experience and qualifications)

Robson Valley Community Services (RVCS) has a regular part-time, 7.5 hour per week, position for an Early Years (EY) Coordinator in McBride. RVCS EY services are intended to support the well-being of children ages 0-6 and their families; serve as a barrier-free access point to a system of EY services, particularly for families facing acute or chronic vulnerability; and provide clear pathways to enhanced supports and services including but not limited to: Child and Youth Mental Health (e.g. infant mental health programs) and Children & Youth with Special Needs (e.g. Early Intervention Therapies) Ministry program areas. The EY Coordinator will oversee the development, planning, implementation and evaluation of EY programs to ensure quality services are delivered with integrity in safe, non-judgmental, nurturing environments for adults and children. This includes:

  • McBride Family Place (MFP) Drop-In Centre which hosts a dedicated drop-in space for caregivers of children 0-6 years of age. MFP provides caregiver-child opportunities that promote healthy child and family development through play-based, drop-in learning opportunities and by providing referrals to additional support services throughout the community.

**Please note, this position may be combined with the Valemount Early Years Coordinator Job vacancy to create a 17.5 hour per week position. ** 

Main responsibilities:

  • Plans and develops the MFP program in consultation with the Early Years Supervisor and HR/Program Manager
  • Coordinate EY program activities within RVCS and McBride community
  • Liaise and co-ordinate with Indigenous Service Providers as required
  • Assist clients in establishing culturally appropriate connections and resources
  • Compile reports and/or statistical records as required by the agency
  • Provide agency EY coordination and planning. This includes such activities as scheduling EY events, marketing of the MFP Drop-In Centre
  • Responsible for set-up and take down of the MFP Program in McBride

Required Qualifications:

EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE

  • Preferred, Certified Early Childhood Educator, including Special Needs and Infant/Toddler;
  • One-year recent experience in the ECE field;
  • Or combination of education, experience and training

SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Current criminal record check or ability to obtain a CRC
  • Demonstrated understanding of the Early Years Service Framework (Family Navigation, Promoting Community Belonging, Supporting Indigenous Culture, Supporting Families & Non-Child Care Early Learning)
  • Strong group facilitation skills and organizational ability
  • Proven ability to work independently with minimum supervision and work well within a team environment
  • Possess written skills appropriate for report writing

How to apply:

Please submit your Cover Letter and Resume by email, in confidence, to Lina Thompson at ed@rvcsbc.org. Posting closes on May 24, 2019 at 4:00pm.

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only qualified applicants will be selected for an interview.


Job Vacancy #4

Early Years Coordinator-Valemount Office

($22.02-$25.65, dependent on experience and qualifications)

Robson Valley Community Services (RVCS) has a regular part-time, 10.0 hour per week, position for an Early Years (EY) Coordinator in Valemount. RVCS EY services are intended to support the well-being of children ages 0-6 and their families; serve as a barrier-free access point to a system of EY services, particularly for families facing acute or chronic vulnerability; and provide clear pathways to enhanced supports and services including but not limited to: Child and Youth Mental Health (e.g. infant mental health programs) and Children & Youth with Special Needs (e.g. Early Intervention Therapies) Ministry program areas. The EY Coordinator will oversee the development, planning, implementation and evaluation of EY programs to ensure quality services are delivered with integrity in safe, non-judgmental, nurturing environments for adults and children. This includes:

  • Valemount Family Place (VFP) Drop-In Centre which hosts a dedicated drop-in space for caregivers of children 0-6 years of age. VFP provides caregiver-child opportunities that promote healthy child and family development through play-based, drop-in learning opportunities and by providing referrals to additional support services throughout the community.
  • Develop and Chair a Community Early Years Committee Table for the Robson/Canoe Valley.

**Please note, this position may be combined with the McBride Early Years Coordinator Job vacancy to create a 17.5 hour per week position. ** 

Main responsibilities:

  • Plans and develops the VFP program in consultation with the Early Years Supervisor and HR/Program Manager
  • Coordinate EY program activities within RVCS and Valemount community
  • Liaise and co-ordinate with Indigenous Service Providers as required
  • Assist clients in establishing culturally appropriate connections and resources
  • Compile reports and/or statistical records as required by the agency
  • Provide agency EY coordination and planning. This includes such activities as scheduling EY events, marketing of the VFP Drop-In Centre
  • Responsible for set-up and take down of the MFP Program in Valemount

Required Qualifications:

EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE

  • Preferred, Certified Early Childhood Educator, including Special Needs and Infant/Toddler;
  • One-year recent experience in the ECE field;
  • Or combination of education, experience and training

SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Current criminal record check or ability to obtain a CRC
  • Demonstrated understanding of the Early Years Service Framework (Family Navigation, Promoting Community Belonging, Supporting Indigenous Culture, Supporting Families & Non-Child Care Early Learning)
  • Strong group facilitation skills and organizational ability
  • Proven ability to work independently with minimum supervision and work well within a team environment
  • Possess written skills appropriate for report writing

How to apply:

Please submit your Cover Letter and Resume by email, in confidence, to Lina Thompson at ed@rvcsbc.org. Posting closes on May 24, 2019 at 4:00pm.

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only qualified applicants will be selected for an interview.