Director, Financial Controls
George Weston Limited
Toronto, Canada
2d ago

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  • We have opportunities for hard working, energetic and reliable people just like you. The Internal Controls Compliance (ICC) team supports the CEO / CFO certification per the NI 52-109 regulatory requirements that evaluates the design and operating effectiveness of internal controls over financial reporting (ICFR) and Disclosure Controls and Procedures for George Weston.
  • Reporting to the Senior Director, Internal Financial Reporting, this position will be responsible to manage and present on the core functions of the ICFR program that includes quarterly, annual, and on-going program cycle activities, as well as special projects.

    The successful candidate will have strong leadership and communication skills and will work with all levels of management and cross-functional teams within the group of companies.

    Responsibilities : The following activities will be conducted across the Weston Companies : Oversee the annual process narrative updates including response review, provide support and challenge, correspondence with the business, and finalization Oversee the quarterly controls self-assessment process to ensure all responses are received, and any potential issues or changes are addressed timely and appropriately Oversee and perform annual operational effectiveness testing Oversee the annual Fraud Risk Assessment Lead a team of controls compliance professionals, ensuring their continued development and high performance Build collaborative professional working relationships with all levels of management, including conducting control owner training and providing continuous support Liaise with external and internal audit teams Support maintaining master data integrity for the risk and controls framework details Manage all changes made to the ICC control framework, including ensuring the appropriate levels of approvals are obtained Prepare and present quarterly reporting to Senior Management and governance committees Manage the design assessment of process changes to the control framework throughout the organization Perform ad-hoc projects where required Qualifications : The successful candidate will hold a CPA designation, with a minimum of 5-10 years progressive experience in compliance or audit, with focus on financial risks and controls Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) would be assets Deep understanding of the NI 52-109 regulatory requirements and its application is required People management experience and Project management skills Meticulous attention to detail and highly organized with a proven ability to deliver on multiple simultaneous projects in a fast-paced environment In-depth knowledge of internal controls and auditing standards Strong professional verbal and written communication skills, and excellent interpersonal skills Adaptive, resourceful and inquisitive.

    An engaged, positive, proactive team player.

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