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Mitacs is a national not-for-profit that helps industry and non-profit partners solve strategic challenges by leveraging Canada's world-class post-secondary talent and a global network of industry, academic, and government partnerships. Through these collaborations, Mitacs helps business and community partners succeed, improves students' on-the-job skills development, and strengthens Canada's world-class innovation ecosystem. At Mitacs, we strive to develop the next generation of innovators with vital research and business skills. In partnership with domestic and international companies, governments and academia, we support a new economy using Canada's most valuable resource – its people.
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Reporting to the Manager, Governance and Administration, this position is responsible for providing effective and high-quality support to the CFO and the respective teams while contributing to a collaborative, team-focused corporate culture. This position is part of an administrative team that provides a broad cross-section of administrative support to Mitacs programs and executives.
Provide support for the CFO:
Provide support to the Finance teams:
Provide support to Director, Grants and Grants team:
Corporate Governance and Administration
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
Mitacs fosters a culture where creativity, innovation, diversity, and inclusion are valued, encouraged and fostered. We offer a comprehensive benefits package and a team-based work environment, and we are proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
At Mitacs we believe a diverse workforce comprised of individuals with different ideas, strengths, interests and backgrounds which is crucial to our success. We encourage candidates to connect with us and share ways how we may accommodate your needs during the recruitment process.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however Canadian immigration laws may dictate that Canadians and permanent residents are given priority.