Manager – Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A)

POSITION: Manager – Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A)
LOCATION: Toronto (hybrid)
EXPERIENCE: Minimum 5 – 7 years
REPORTING TO: Director of Finance

Job Description

The Manager FP&A will be responsible for maintaining and enhancing analytical tools to drive the organization’s financial performance and analysis. The successful candidate will work closely with department leaders across the organization, coordinating with local and global teams to drive financial analysis and planning and providing insight to business leaders to aid in sound decision-making. Along with FP&A, the successful candidate would help the team in special projects such as ERP implementation, Policy review and improvements and will work closely with the Partnerships department for funding proposals and budgets.   

You are someone who is forward-looking, exceptional with numbers, tech-savvy and comfortable in coordinating projects in a multi-stakeholder, fast-paced environment with the highest attention to detail. You are curious, self-motivated, a self-starter, a good listener and a team player.

Roles & Responsibilities

Financial Planning and Analysis

  • Lead the process for developing the annual consolidated budget, mid-term budgeting and quarterly forecasting along with long-term projections based on trends, organizational strategy and interaction with cross-functional departments.
  • Lead the process for forecasting liquidity and cash flows of the organization.
  • Support Senior Leadership Team (SLT) in identifying key metrics that tie back to financial performance and sustainability.
  • Manage and coordinate the monthly process for variance explanations and internal variance reports.
  • Perform ad hoc analysis and financial modelling where required to assist in management decision-making.
  • Continuously look for ways to improve processes; streamline budget and forecast cycles.
  • Work closely with Accounting during month end, summarize performance, and determine how results will impact future forecasts.
  • Liaise with Uganda team members for projects and departmental and office budgets.
  • Monitor and coordinate with multiple departments to ensure that administrative policies and budgeting aligns with the organization’s requirements.


Special Projects and Grant Reporting

  • Assist in the implementation of new accounting software.
  • Identify and implement process improvements initiatives in collaboration with cross-team stakeholders.
  • Support Accounting during statutory and ad-hoc audits.
  • Provide financial support to Partnerships for Grant reporting and funder applications.


People Development and Other Duties

  • Coach and mentor junior staff to develop a high level of confidence in their responsibilities.
  • Cultivate and promote a team culture of high engagement and a team environment with career recognition and succession.
  • Participation in organizational activities, including weekly staff meetings (with North American and Ugandan staff).
  • Other duties as required.


Required Skills and Expertise

  • Undergraduate degree in Accounting, Business or Finance 
  • CPA, ACCA, CA or other equivalent designation
  • 5-7 years of financial planning experience, ideally in a Non-Profit sector
  • Systems savvy with advanced Excel capabilities
  • Experience or knowledge of SAGE Intacct or similar system preferred
  • Previous knowledge of ERP implementation is an asset
  • High attention to detail and strong problem-solving skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Compensation & growth

Salary Range: commensurate with experience 

In addition to a starting salary commensurate with your experience, you’ll receive a compensation package that includes health benefits (one month after joining), optional Group RRSP (applicable post probation), and a 4-week vacation in line with our policies. 


Career Growth

RTV is fast growing, with opportunities for people who want to grow with the organization. We value people who are committed to our mission, align with our values, and are dedicated to their own personal and professional growth.

Application Process

If you think you are the right person for this role, please send us a cover letter and resume (in one pdf file) to: [email protected]. No phone calls or LinkedIn requests please.

Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Currently, all interviews are being carried out virtually. Please note that there will be a written assessment included as part of the recruitment process. 

Raising The Village is an equal-opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. For any accommodations through the process, please get in touch with us at the same email as mentioned above.