Montana First Nation Employment Opportunity- Finance Technician

Download: MFN-Finance Technician TOR Under the direct supervision of the Chief Financial Officer, the Finance Technician will be responsible for providing financial, administrative and clerical services. This includes processing and monitoring payments and expenditures and preparing administrative functions in an effective and efficient manner ensuring that finances are accurate and up to date. Duties and Responsibilities: Prepare, maintain and track government remittances/filings, accounts receivables, accounts payables, expenses, journal entries Prepare and maintain bank reconciliations for all Montana First Nation accounts, ensuring general ledgers are maintained Working knowledge of trial balances, general ledger (GL) databases, financial statement opening and closing processes and assisting with compilation, review, audit and bookkeeping Identity issues and errors, investigate and resolve discrepancies under the direction of...

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Post-Secondary Program

Post-Secondary The Montana Post-Secondary Program provides sponsorship to eligible Montana First Nation member students who are registered in and are either attending or wanting to attend a Post-Secondary Institution. Phone: 780-585-3744    Fax: (780) 585-3264 Mailing Address: Montana First Nation Education Box 70 Maskwacis, AB T0C 1N0 Email: education@montanafirstnation.com Application Procedures: Acceptance Letter: from a recognized Educational Institute. Conditional letters can also be accepted Course Schedule & Fees Assessments: These are available once the application is accepted into the Educational Institute Career essay: You must complete a 1-2 page paper on your career goals (new applicants only). Authorization for release of Information High School Transcripts of Official Transcripts: of College/University, if student has attended Post-Secondary previously Treaty Status Card/ Band...

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Montana First Nation hosts job fair to get people into the oil and gas industry

Chris Stewart APTN News The Montana First Nation hosted a job fair for people in the community in the hopes of getting people jobs in various industries. More than a dozen companies, mostly in the oil and gas sector, and agriculture came looking for workers – good ones. Adam Hodge from Hodge vegetation was one of them looking for labourers. “This is very exciting to showcase our company to the members of the Nation. To hopefully have a pipeline where we can provide jobs and have good employees and assets in our company as well,” he said. Chief Leonard Standing on the Road says the people in Montana would be a good fit. “We have a lot of graduates now...

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