Director, Finance & IT - Construction Safety Nova Scotia (Filled)
Championing Safety Culture. Impacting Lives.
At Construction Safety Nova Scotia, we are leaders in Occupational Health & Safety. Working with industry partners, we are making Nova Scotia safer. Our passion and drive ensures that loved ones arrive home after a productive workday, that they remain healthy and vibrant members of our communities. Together, construction workers and employers will make the Nova Scotia construction industry the safest in Canada.
The Director, Finance & IT of Construction Safety Nova Scotia brings strong leadership and key insights to the senior leadership team and the association. The Director is also a change agent, enthusiastic about transformation, innovation and tackling new opportunities and challenges in the way in which safety programs and services are developed and delivered.
Reporting to the CEO, the Director, Finance & IT is accountable for delivering on the association’s Accounting and Finance functions, IT systems and processes, and facilities management. They are responsible for aligning these deliverables to the strategic plan in support of the association’s mission to make Nova Scotia’s construction industry the safest in Canada. The Director, Finance & IT plays an important role in ensuring the timeliness, integrity, and quality of financial information, technology infrastructure, and facilities, enabling the association to focus on the continual evolution, development, management and promotion of safety programs and services that are of superior quality, delivery and relevance to members.
A key member of the leadership team, the Director is driven to make a meaningful contribution that is consistent with the priorities of the association and with a focus on building momentum and ensuring achievement of their department. The Director is a self-starter who provides positive and collaborative leadership, inspiring and supporting their team while contributing to and overseeing the day-to-day financial management of the association.
The successful candidate has a post-secondary degree and a CPA designation, combined with at least 7 years of progressive accounting experience and leadership within a dynamic, results-oriented work environment. Experience within a services organization and/or not-for-profit is considered an asset. More than an excellent accounting professional, the Director is curious, driven to contribute to the organization strategically, live its mission, and commit to achieving results that build member value. In addition, they are an exceptional communicator, relationship builder and organization ambassador.
To learn more about Construction Safety Nova Scotia: https://constructionsafetyns.ca/
Royer Thompson is committed to presenting a diverse and inclusive roster of candidates to our clients. We welcome and encourage applications from the following under-represented groups: Indigenous persons, racially visible persons, persons with a disability, women, and persons of a minority sexual orientation and/or gender identity. If you are a member of one of these under-represented groups, we invite you to self-identify on your cover letter or resume.
If this impactful opportunity captures your interest, please submit your resume and interest online by clicking “Apply.” For further information about this opportunity, please contact Greg Dickie or Brent Wallace in confidence at 902-422-2099.
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