Accounting & Corporate Administration




Standard Work Week

Job Type:

Full-time, permanent


Until filled

Reports to:

Director, Accounting & Corporate Administration



Starting Wage:

$52,000/annum, compensation negotiable depending on experience


The Junior Financial Analyst plays a key role in preparing financial reports, statements and analyzing financial performance data. This role provides opportunity to gain exposure to accounting tools, systems, and processes for all financial operations of the Accounting & Corporate Administration department.


Analyzing, Reconciling, and Reporting:

  • Track and reconcile approved AFC’s (authorizations for commitment) to ensure capital purchases and long-term operating commitment amounts and the actual expenditures are within the approved limits.
  • Support Accounts Receivable and Billing by identifying, coding, and reconciling pass-through AP invoices to be charged back to customers.
  • Review and analyze the overseas petty cash processes and activities associated with the collection of receipts, reconciling the petty cash accounts, preparing all necessary journal entries (JE) to facilitate the replenishment of petty cash funds as needed.
  • Provide oversight and management of the expense claim processes and activities to ensure checks and balances are in place to confirm expense claims are within policy, are allowable expenses for reimbursement, are supported with proper receipts as required, and include appropriate approval(s).
  • Facilitate the P-card (purchasing card) approval process by uploading cardholder information into the Power Automate workflow for routed approvals.
  • Review and assess key accounting processes to identify opportunities to modernize processes to remove unnecessary steps and automate manual functions where possible to improve the flow and security of information and data.

Accruals, Working Papers, Month End/Year End Support:

  • Perform Month End Closing and Reporting tasks as assigned, including but not limited to JE preparations, continuous review financial reports (P&L and B/S), and ensure reconciliation of subledgers balances to those of the general ledger.
  • Ensure accrual entries related to Airline activities are captured and recorded monthly.
  • Generate draft invoices using WinAir (WA) to identify MRO revenue that is to be accrued for work in process and create corresponding journal entry for revenue recognition.
  • Prepare and reconcile the intercompany tie out report so amounts have been properly identified and can be easily eliminated on consolidation by Chorus.
  • On an ongoing basis review WIP, Inventory, Accrued Liability,Prepaid accounts, and other accounts as assigned, to ensure postings are correct and the associated working papers remain up to date and correct (i.e., with nominal variances).
  • Examine financial accounts and records to ensure amounts have been recorded properly.
  • Create accrual JE and correction entries (CE) for posting by management as required that are supported with appropriate back up documentation to provide clear audit trails.
  • Ensure monthly working papers have been updated and all amounts reconcile to the general ledger.
  • On a quarterly basis, prepare the working paper package for all responsible accounts for further review and approval by the Director, Accounting & Corporate Administration.


  • Post-secondary education in Business, Economics, Finance or Accounting.
  • CPA designation is considered an asset.
  • 1-3 years of experience in a similar role.
  • Possess strong computer skills with a demonstrated proficiency in accounting-related software programs, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Word.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team in a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to demonstrate problem-solving, organizational, and time management skills with excellent attention to detail.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and impartiality.
  • Candidates must be eligible to work for a Canadian company, provide a clear criminal background check and show proof of Vaccination for Covid-19.


Voyageur offers employees and their families a comprehensive benefit program, including:

  • 100% company-paid benefits, including extended health care benefits for dental and vision care, prescription medication, out-of-country insurance and more.
  • Life and disability insurance.
  • Employee Share Ownership Plan (TSX: CHR).
  • Retirement pension plan.
  • Employee assistance program.


Voyageur Aviation Corp. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Chorus Aviation Inc. (TSX: CHR), a company whose vision is to deliver regional aviation to the world. Voyageur is headquartered in North Bay, Ontario, Canada, and operates under the core principles of comprehensive safety management, quality assurance, and client-dedicated solutions. Our services include airline operations, aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul, aircraft part sales and logistics management, and aircraft leasing. These services provide an unparalleled suite of services for regional aviation clients across the globe. Voyageur prides itself in providing its employees with job security, competitive wages, health and retirement benefits, and a safe working environment.

If you are excited by this opportunity and want to be a part of the Voyageur Team, please apply online by clicking the 'Apply Now' link below.

Voyageur is an employment equity employer, and we welcome all qualified candidates to apply. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.