Job Requisition Id: 29062
Business Function: Finance
Primary City: Ottawa
Employment Type: Full-Time
Employment Status: Permanent
Language Requirement: English Essential
Employee Class and Level: UPCET01
Number of Vacancies: 1
Job Closing Date (dd/mm/yyyy): 31/07/20
The Officer, Non-Generic Contracts reports and analyzes the non-generic commercial contract lifecycle data and supports the development of the Commercial Business Practices. The Officer provides professional and technical business expertise, direction and consultative services to influence non-generic commercial contract lifecycle improvement activities.
Below are the main job requirements and responsibilities for the Officer, Non-Generic Contracts.
Analyzes non-generic commercial contract data to identify non-generic commercial contract issues / opportunities, patterns and trends to enable identification of root cause. Recommends areas for process improvement and develops reports, analyses and presentation materials for use by teams.
Designs, develops, implements and maintains the reporting, forecasting and analytic tools to support the needs and objectives of the Finance Process Improvements and Controls and Finance Order to Cash teams as it relates to the non-generic commercial contract lifecycle. Consults with user groups to understand the scope of the data required and the purpose / goals of the analysis. Establishes key performance indicator reporting and measures to drive appropriate behaviors and maximize operational performance improvements.
Identifies the required data elements and writes queries and programs data extracts to access available data from various corporate systems using various applications. Develops accurate, comprehensive and relevant data analytical support tools to identify non-generic commercial contract lifecycle improvement opportunities or potential risk. Develops historical trends, evaluates analytical content, prepares interpretive analyses and presentations of reported data and communicates the issues and updates through teleconferences and email distributions.
Recommends improvements to the consistency between the business case proposal and the non-generic commercial contract through the delivery of qualitative analytical support to teams. Analyzes and identifies patterns of non-generic commercial contract issues, and recommends improvements to minimize the risk of lost business, highlight cost savings opportunities and improve customer satisfaction performance results. Prepares professional, logical, clear and comprehensive presentations of results for distribution to cross functional areas at all levels of the organization, including senior management.
Job Responsibilities (continued)
Reads and understands technical specifications and documentation for non-generic commercial contract analysis, and interprets and applies the knowledge gained to daily job requirements. Provides expert technical advice, assistance and training, as required. Updates and automates analytic tools, allowing for easier manipulation by user groups and more efficient report production.
Analyzes monthly adjustments relating to non-generic commercial contracts, produces reports, ensure the accuracy and integrity of data and information used, identifies and analyzes trends and key indicators, and prepares monthly accruals. Works with the Credit Management Group (CMG) and Sales for issuance of adjustment invoices related to clawbacks, rebates and other contract related charges.
Participates in the overall financial reporting on behalf of the Finance Process Improvements and Controls and Finance Order to Cash teams. In addition to the monthly accruals for clawbacks and rebates, prepares the statutory quarterly and year-end audit working papers as per the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) for submission to Corporate Accounting and to the Canada Post’s external auditors. These audit working papers include analysis and reconciliation of trade receivable accounts, analysis of quarter or year over year variance and accounts receivable aging trends analysis.
A University or College degree or a 3-year diploma in Business Administration, Commerce or Accounting
1-3 years of experience in an automated and integrated Enterprise Resource Planning system, preferably in the areas of contract and customer setups.
Experience and understanding of Canada Post products, services and pricing.
Other Candidate Requirements
CPA or enrolment is specific designation and or certification an asset.
Proficient computer skills and competent with Microsoft Office programs.
Knowledge of SAP is considered an asset.
Strong organizational, prioritization and time-management skills.
Good interpersonal skills.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Strong operational background.
Strong supervisory and coaching skills.
Exceptional customer service skills.
Team oriented with proven leadership and management skills.
Superior problem solving, negotiation and resolution capabilities.
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This position may be considered a Safety Sensitive position.
Canada Post is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from women, Aboriginal people, persons with disabilities and visible minorities.
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