Bookkeeper Posting

TMSLP is seeking a Bookkeeper for our Group of Businesses.

Responsibilities:

• Assist the director of finance on an as needed basis
• Record day to day financial transactions and complete the posting process
• Provide budget information to determine operational targets and decisions
• Establish and maintain a system of internal controls and accounting, providing most effective control over business assets, liabilities, revenues and expenditures in accordance with established processes
• Manage month end accounting processes including account reconciliations, inventories, accruals and balance sheet analysis
• Accurately post revenues and expenditures
• Timely distribution of daily reports
• Establish and maintain a proper filing system for all documents related to the various businesses sales and expenses
• Provide month end packages and assist in the preparation of financial statements
• Collecting payments
• Generating Invoices
• Tracking purchase orders
• Assisting in the preparation of financial statements
• Issuing payments to suppliers

Education and Training

• Bookkeeping certificate or diploma from a reputable institution or equivalent
• Proficient with accounting software such as QuickBooks
• 3 years’ experience in working for businesses with multiple entities under one umbrella
• Proficient with Microsoft Excel, Office Word, and Outlook
• Knowledge and understanding of applicable laws and regulations
• Satisfactory cultural competency and knowledge of First Nations communities

Please submit the following for consideration:

  1. Cover letter
  2. Your resume

    Applications can be addressed to
    Nanette Kapitan, Director of Finance TMSLP.

    Submissions may be emailed to: hr@tmslp.ca

To learn more about Tla’amin Management services visit our website at www.tlaaminbusiness.com.

Deadline for submissions: Until the Position is Filled

Download Information Package:

TMSLP-Book-Keeper [PDF]

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About Us

Incorporated in 1995 and originally called the Sliammon Development Corporation, the SDC was created to engage in and oversee economic development for the Tla’amin Nation.

After the effective date of the Tla’amin Treaty, SDC was re-organized and Tla’amin Management Services LP became the business arm of the Tla’amin Nation.

With over 20 years of experience in conducting business, particularly in land development, forestry, aquaculture, retail, hospitality and tourism, the Tla’amin Nation looks forward to working with you!