Sudbury Women’s Centre

Title: Finance Internship – Full-Time 1 yr Position
Based at: Sudbury Women’s Centre
Reports to: Executive Director

We offer a safe place to support women in their journey in getting from where they are now to where they want to be. We offer the tools, resources and support to help and promote women’s status and well-being.

The Sudbury Women’s Centre (SWC) is a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to providing information, referral, and support services to women who have been impacted by violence and/or difficult life circumstances. Our Centre offer key tools and resources that assist women in addressing issues of systematic discrimination and violence. We are committed to serving the needs of women in our community. To create and maintain a safe environment that is inclusive and respectful of diversity.

Job Summary:

The purpose of the Finance Internship is to have a staff member inhouse providing guidance and financial growth to the centre. Having this new position within the centre will provide direct assistance to the Executive Director so that future growth of partnerships can be created within the City of Sudbury. The Finance Intern will oversees the day to day financial and administrative operations of the organization, including oversight of accounts payable and receivable, budgeting, production of financial statements and reports, and advisement on financial decisions. This position is responsible for monitoring and maintaining internal IT controls, while overseeing financial systems and related compliance requirements. This position is 31.5 hours per week at $18/hour. The funding for this project is brought to you by NOHFC.


Financial Duties:

– Manages financial books for each program including balance sheets, trial balance, income statements and ledgers.
– Manages bank accounts including preparing bank reconciliations and bank transfers through online banking.
– Assist with programs annual budgets.
– Processes accounts receivables and payables and ensure all expenses adhere to the set budgets.
– Processes bi-weekly payroll, submits government review remittances for CPP, EI and Income Tax as well as completes Records of Employment when required.
– Prepares monthly and quarterly financial statements and reports for the Executive Director, the Board of Directors and funders.
– Processes approved purchases
– Prepares yearend financial reports for auditors and answers any inquiries.
– Prepares annual returns for GST/WSIB/EHT.
– Remits monthly WSIB premiums.
– Issues charitable receipts.
– Works with Executive Director to develop strategies, review policies and procedures, and reviewing statistics and core measures for programs

Human Resources

– Prepares job postings, participates in recruitment and selection process and assist in hiring decisions
– Administers the employee benefit package, enrolls and orients new employees in the benefits program.
– Maintains vacation and sick time records.

Educational background or field(s) of study:

– University and college graduates who have graduated within the last three years from an accredited college or university. Candidates must be graduates of post-secondary degree or diploma programs.
– Education in Finance, Accounting or related field required
– The position must provide the intern with first time employment in their field of study.
– Candidates are only eligible to participate in the internship program one time.
– Candidates must be legally entitled to work in Canada.
– Proven strategic planning experience at the management level
– Proficiency in both official languages is an asset
– Proficient in Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint
– Demonstrated creative and critical thinking skills
– Able to work on multiple projects simultaneously
– Strong communication skills


To apply for this opportunity, please submit your resume and cover letter to Please note that only those being considered for an interview will be contacted directly.

Case Manager (Espanola)

Canadian Mental Health Association

Posting: Case Manager (21-002)

• Full-time Permanent (35 Hours/week)

If you want to work with a community leader in mental health and addictions services, then come work with us!

As a recovery-oriented and people focused organization, we utilize evidence-based and best practices, through a psychosocial rehabilitation approach. We are proud of our positive and fair work-place culture, where staff have opportunities for learning and development. We value staff and offer work-life balance with a generous vacation package, benefits and pension plan.

We are looking for motivated team players with a desire to make a difference!

Under the direction of the Coordinator, case management, the Case Manager provides professional support services within the framework of person – directed recovery and rehabilitation. They are responsible for assisting individuals with mental health issues or experiencing mental illness in readiness development, goal setting, assessing skills and supports, as well as housing support.
Education requirements:
The position requires a Diploma or Degree in a Human Service area.

Language requirements:
Fluency in English is essential. Advanced conversational French is essential for 50% of these positions. Priority will be given to candidates who are bilingual in French and English as per our French Language Service Plan.

Professional Designation/Certification (options):
a. Registration, in good standing, or eligible for registration with a regulating professional body, (e.g. Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers).
b. Certification, in good standing, or eligible for registration with a professional certifying organization* within health or social service fields (e.g. CPRRP from PSR Canada)

*Organization must have a written code of ethics, core values and standards that are consistent with those of CMHA-S/M. Certification must require members to meet a core set of competencies, have a requirement for continuous learning to maintain certification and be approved by CMHA-S/M.
Annually, Step 2: $45,992.13 – Step 5: $54,026.03
Hourly, Step 2: $25.23 – Step 5: $29.68

Annually, Step 2: $41,419.96 – Step 5: $48,729.36
Hourly, Step 2: $22.76 – Step 5: $26.77
*Successful candidates for this position will start at Step 2 of the salary grid.

UNION MEMBERSHIP: This position is included within the collective bargaining unit, (Ontario Public Service Employees Union, Local 666).

All employees are eligible to participate in the Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan (HOOPP), a defined benefit pension plan. We offer a comprehensive group benefit plan for full-time permanent positions.

LOCATION: Espanola, Ontario

Please complete the employment package available at: involved/careers/ and submit to Lisa Schutt, Human Resources by:

Please put the recruitment number in the subject line