Building Brighter Futures Together: Children’s Treatment Network (CTN) supports over 26,000 children and youth with disabilities and developmental needs in their homes, communities, and schools. CTN provides programs and services including intake, service navigation, coordinated service planning, assessment and diagnostic services, specialized clinics, some autism services and rehabilitation services, including physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and speech language therapy.
CTN is working to foster communities where everyone belongs. That starts with a focus on the organization’s culture, which champions an inclusive, diverse and respectful work environment where everyone is valued. Innovation and collaboration inspire employees to work in a way that supports development and well-being for everyone.
Through its network model, CTN offers services through contracted public and private partner organizations in the education, health, and community sectors and supports families in York Region and Simcoe County through ten shared service sites. In addition to York and Simcoe, CTN also provides School-Based Rehabilitation Services in central and west Toronto and assessment and autism diagnostic services across Central Region.
The CEO of CTN seeks a dynamic, strategic and experienced leader to join the senior leadership team as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). The CFO is accountable for leading the overall financial management and oversight of an annual budget of $50 million, oversees human resources and other key business services. The position leads a talented team of ten. The CFO will be proficient in adapting to multiple competing priorities, have a strong background in the not-for-profit sector and the experience to advance CTN through modernization. As CFO, you will contribute to supporting the development and well-being of the children, youth and families CTN proudly serves by championing our vision, mission and goals.
You are an accomplished finance leader with a professional accounting designation (CPA) and 10+ years of financial leadership experience in government funded, not-for-profit organizations (human services sector preferred) in the areas of finance, human resources, and/or risk management. You have demonstrated experience with not-for-profit accounting standards and public sector accounting and reporting at a senior level. You are a strategic leader and trusted partner who can effectively lead and prioritize finance, human resources, and business operations activities and initiatives. You bring change management experience with associated competencies, and passion for innovation. As a human-centred leader, you demonstrate commitment to advancing equity, diversity, inclusion, Indigeneity, and accessibility (EDIIA) through operations and culture.
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