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The Canadian Soccer Association

Application Deadline: February 8, 2013   Starting Date: March 1, 2013

Position: Controller- FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015

Job Description:

The Financial Controller, reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, is the senior financial manager responsible for all financial accounting and related functions as well as administration processes for the FIFA Women’s U20 World Cup 2014 and FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015. The term position of the Financial Controller is responsible for the management of the full range of budgeting/forecasting, project accounting, and financial accounting and reporting from data entry to preparation of financial statements in preparation for consolidation. Duties will focus on designing financial processes suitable to the event (multiple cities), system implementation, ensuring proper financial reporting, internal controls, financial analysis and reporting, both to event management and organization management. Some hands on accounting and statement preparation will be required.

A Self starter - works well with minimum supervision. Able to work well under pressure and meet set deadlines. Comfortable in a dynamic role, Well-developed project management skills, Well-developed organizational and time management skills, excellent interpersonal skills, Effective communication skills, Well-developed management skills, Experience in recruiting, building and leading a team.

Type of Position:
Contractor - Employee

View Attachment: WWC - Job Description - Controller.doc

Contact Information:
Cathy Breda
The Canadian Soccer Association
237 Metcalfe St.
Ottawa , ON, Canada
K2P1R2
E-mail: cbreda@soccercan.ca
http://www.canadasoccer.com

 

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