Finance And Administration Department
- Maintain funding stability;
- Improve strategic use of technology for increased efficiency and effectiveness;
- Maintain risk management;
- Maintain distribution activities;
- Enhance employee productivity and performance;
- Implement employee training initiatives;
- Enhance employee recognition and support; and,
- Link internal funding to strategic objective attainment.
- To administer government and non-government funding on behalf of the SICC;
- To provide an effective financial management system that will maintain and account for the monetary resources of the SICC; and,
- To effectively provide financial performance and compliance reports to the appropriate funding agencies in accordance with funding agreements.
- Provide quarterly financial reports to the Board of Governors, FSIN Education and Training Commission and FSIN Chiefs-in-Assembly;
- Assist SICC departments with purchasing and contracting;
- Maintain central management of confidential personnel records and benefits information;
- Monitor adherence to Labour Standards, the FSIN Personnel Management Regulations, SICC Personnel Management Regulations, and Occupational Safety and Health Standards and related policies or regulations;
- Develop, maintain and implement all financial and personnel systems that meet the daily and ongoing demands of the SICC; and,
- Work with an external auditor to produce a year-end audited financial statement.
Points of Interest
Birds of Prey Program
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SICC Elders Council
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SICC Board of Governors
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ABORIGINAL LANGUAGES INITIATIVE
The Saskatchewan Indigenous Cultural Centre (SICC) is now accepting applications for the 2019-2020 program year!READ MORE
The Saskatchewan Indigenous Cultural Centre exists to protect, preserve and promote the languages and cultures of the eight language groups of what is now known as Saskatchewan: Plains Cree, Swampy Cree, Woodland Cree, Dene, Saulteaux, Dakota, Nakoda and Lakota.
Saskatchewan Indigenous Cultural Centre
305 - 2555 Grasswood Road East
Saskatoon SK S7T 0K1