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Finance and Administration Director

  • One-year contract
  • Hybrid work model
  • Flexible schedule

Job description

Does our agency sound like the right place to fuel your passion for finance? If so, we’re looking for a new Finance and Administration Director! For this role, we’re searching for someone who demonstrates leadership, with strong analytical skills and business acumen. Reporting to senior managers, they will work closely with their team and colleagues from other departments to achieve the company’s financial targets, while safeguarding the agency’s financial integrity and promoting sound management practices.

If you have at least three years of experience in a similar role, are a chartered accountant who is comfortable with project-based accounting and want to share your expertise with our extraordinary agency, be sure to reach out because we’d love to meet you! This job offer is for a one-year experience to fill a temporary vacancy due to a maternity leave.



At Bob, we foster a culture of personal responsibility and self-confidence, and we’re proud of that fact. We’re always open to discussing flex schedules or life projects. Prolonged travels abroad? Sure, let’s talk.


We encourage professional training and mentoring through creative workshops, Lunch & Learn sessions with special guests, collective learning sessions, personal development plans and more.


Bobs subscribe to the “healthy mind in a healthy body” principle. So, we do all we can to ensure a work-life balance that gives you moments to relax and unwind. It’s another one of the ways we care.


  • Prepare and present monthly and quarterly financial data to senior managers
  • In collaboration with the account managers, ensure the sound financial management of projects (billing deadlines, order books, project performance, etc.)
  • Ensure the agency’s budgeting and forecasting processes are properly managed
  • Recommend and establish key performance indicators and ensure they are monitored
  • Propose action plans to ensure annual financial targets are reached
  • Develop financial and technological policies and ensure they are followed
  • Ensure internal financial and technological controls are respected
  • Ensure the agency complies with government laws and regulations; be responsible for government auditing
  • Be responsible for year-end filing with the accounting firm
  • Efficiently manage the working capital and cash flow
  • Take charge of the financing files
  • Manage and supervise accounting operations, including the payroll process
  • Produce various ad hoc reports and take part in special projects when required
  • Hire, train and build loyalty with qualified accounting staff
  • Develop and maintain good relationships with the agency’s business partners

Skills and

  • Possess leadership skills, with strong business acumen and initiative
  • Be a strategic thinker who’s focused on finding solutions and fostering continuous improvement
  • Be highly meticulous with critical thinking skills
  • Possess computer skills and be interested in technological tools
  • Demonstrate integrity and openness, and promote good governance practices
  • Master the MS Office suite, especially Excel
  • Master the month-end process and full accounting cycle
  • Have experience managing a team
  • Have a management style based on team spirit and synergy between departments

Education and

  • Hold a professional accounting designation (CPA)
  • Possess three years of experience in equivalent tasks and responsibilities
  • Master the MS Office suite, especially Excel
  • Be comfortable with the usual computer tools and accounting software
  • Have experience in project-based accounting
  • Have accounting experience at an SME providing professional services (an asset)
  • Have experience in the IT field (an asset)
  • Be bilingual (English and French)