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  • POSITION: Request for Proposals, Auditor
  • EMPLOYER: Ontario Council For International Cooperation
  • LOCATION: Ontario
  • EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Employment
  • POSITION LEVEL: Senior

CLOSING DATE:

Wednesday, April 5, 2017
FULL DESCRIPTION

BRIEF DESCRIPTION:

ONTARIO COUNCIL FOR INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS: AUDITOR
The Ontario Council for International Cooperation (OCIC) invites proposals from suitably qualified
accounting firms to audit its financial statements for the year ending March 31, 2018.

1. BACKGROUND
The Ontario Council for International Cooperation is a non-profit organization, incorporated in the
Province of Ontario on June 14, 1988.

20 Year Goal: OCIC is a catalyst for sustainable solutions to global poverty challenges.

Our Vision: Global social justice, human dignity and participation for all.

Our Mission: As a Council, OCIC strives to increase the effectiveness and collective impact of all our
members' efforts to promote sustainable, people-centered development in a peaceful and healthy
environment. OCIC is committed to principles of fair and equitable cooperative international
development and promotes public engagement that helps Canadians develop a global perspective and
take action for social justice.

Our Mandate: OCIC encourages the development of the Ontario international development and global
education sectors and sharing of resources between OCIC members by providing forums for networking,
communications and collaborative reflection and action, and facilitating capacity building in public
engagement and organizational development. OCIC is a learning organization with inclusive, cooperative
and participatory processes that are accessible and accountable to all members.

Funding Sources: OCIC’s primary funding sources currently include Global Affairs Canada, and the
Government of Ontario. We also receive membership fees and small amounts of revenue through fee
for service activities and small project grants.

Key Financial Systems: OCIC utilizes Sage 50 Accounting. All bookkeeping is done internally and
quarterly Financial Reports are reviewed by the Executive Director, Finance Committee and Board of
Directors.

Audit Responsibility: The overall responsibility for the OCIC audit rests with the Finance Committee and
the Executive Director.

2. PERIOD OF APPOINTMENT
The selected firm will be appointed annually, commencing with the 2017-2018 fiscal year. The fiscal year
of OCIC is April 1 to March 31.

For the full request for proposals, click "FULL DESCRIPTION."

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