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Cycling BC is Hiring a Finance Manager

Are you interested in contributing to the growth of Cycling in BC?

At Cycling BC, we’re looking for enthusiastic team players.  As part of the Cycling BC core team, your contribution is integral to our success. You don’t mind interruptions for team brainstorming sessions and you are up for the challenge of managing the finances of a non-profit.  We value creative solutions to challenges and bring commitment to everything we do.

We are the provincial governing body for the sport of cycling in British Columbia, representing the full range of disciplines including Road, Track, Cyclo-cross, Mountain Biking, BMX and Para-cycling. Our mission is to foster quality competition and to create partnerships to grow participation in the sport of cycling.

  • We are a team – we work together and take responsibility
  • We are flexible and creative – with our time, our solutions and our approach
  • Our success is all about how we do things – how we think, solve problems, deliver, and communicate
  • We are committed to growing the sport in our province and to supporting athletes, clubs and members to the best of our ability.


Position Overview:

Reporting to the Executive Director, you manage the organization’s finances using Quickbooks Online.   You’re organized, work to deadlines, and pull together financial reports at a moment’s notice.   The Cycling BC team is small, so you’ll be doing everything related to finance:  payables, receivables, banking, grant reporting, budgeting and payroll.

You are a pragmatic, no-nonsense, patient leader with sense of humour.   You have a natural curiosity and always strive for excellence.

To Apply:

If you think you’d be perfect for the job, send your resume and introduction letter to Erin Waugh, Executive Director at: by March 3, 2017.

Key Responsibilities

  • Preparation of Community Gaming, viaSport and other grant account summaries and event reports
  • Annual audit (Dec 31st year end)
  • Monthly financials for Executive Director/Board of Directors
  • Regular day-to-day accounting (AR, AP, NSTF, banking, payroll, etc.)
  • NSTF – National Sport Trust Fund grant request and reporting 

Cycling BC Events:

  • Organize and participate in the Annual General Meeting
  • Attendance and work at the annual Cycling BC Gala and Awards nights
  • Attendance at select Cycling BC races and events.  


Education and Experience

  • A degree or diploma from a recognized post secondary institution in a related field
  • 5 years + in a similar senior role and a proven track record managing organization finances
  • Experience in working with/reporting to a Board

Professional Abilities

  • Proven ability to work collaboratively with government, corporate and sport partners
  • Understanding of business planning, organizational management and community relations
  • Understanding of cycling activities and competitions
  • Previous experience working in a fast-paced, multi-level, sport based environment with emphasis on timelines and delivery
  • Proven capacity to fit within a not-for-profit culture and show leadership in workplace standards, drafting  policies and developing agreements

Special Skills and Abilities

  • Excellent oral, written and communication skills in English.  French is an asset.
  • Proven ability to make critical decisions independently without supervision
  • Ability to work closely, cooperatively and build relationships with internal and external associates
  • Excellent organization, time-management, administrative and computer skills