Position title: Financial Business Partner (term and permanent positions)
Location: Regina, Saskatchewan
Closing date: Friday, April 05, 2013
Language requirement: English
Budgeting and advisory skills required Collaborate with department and project managers on budgeting, finance, costing and related activities that support corporate goals. In addition to providing financial analysis on projects, youíll make recommendations based on your findings. Youíll help partners develop and prepare divisional budgets, and act as lead on internal process improvements. You have post-graduate studies in accounting, business, commerce or administration, an accounting designation and at least three years of related experience (or equivalent).
These competencies describe the required behaviours and expectations for the position:
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AgilityAcknowledges both organizational and personal capacity to change, based on what is and is not possible or probable. Knows when to say no. Changes approach accordingly, even though this may entail considerable effort to meet the organizationís needs.
Customer experienceUndertakes a regular exchange of information with customers and/or co-workers for mutual benefit to build a network of trust. Manages these relationships on an ongoing basis to ensure alignment and efficiency of effort.
InitiativeMakes well-thought-out modifications to systems or processes to improve both their impact and performance.
Learning and innovationDevelops a cross-boundary approach to learning by gaining information from multiple sources and encourages this in others as a strategy for continual improvement. Adapts communication for different audiences.
Solution focusAnalyzes relationships among several parts of a problem or situation. Demonstrates resilience by developing personal tactics and techniques to deal with issues and changes encountered in resolving problems.
Teamwork and partnershipMakes sure the practical needs of the team are met. Uses different leadership styles in response to the needs and goals of the team.
Analytical thinkingRecognizes fundamental components of a situation and obstacles not initially apparent. Uses different techniques to identify solutions, prioritize and create action plans.
Conceptual thinkingClarifies complex information or situations. Assembles ideas, issues and observations into a clear and useful explanation.
Customer business senseCollaborates with others to create tailored business solutions. Identifies critical success factors, develops scenarios, prepares projections and plans, and tailors approaches to the customerís own situation and long-term needs.
Effective communicationAdapts communication strategy and interpersonal approach to a situation. Perseveres in the face of complex, hard-to-handle situations. Effectively conveys both readily apparent and underlying messages to others.
Intellectual curiosityMakes a systematic effort to conduct research to obtain required information, different perspectives and other relevant sources of material while keeping an enterprise-wide perspective of other initiatives. Typically accomplishes this through formal and informal investigations.
Relationship buildingSeeks opportunities to partner and transfer knowledge to strengthen relationships and networks. Establishes self as a consistent source of value-added contribution for others, and builds credibility with others.