Communicates information clearly and concisely in oral and written formats. (e.g., explains technical information in plain language, is technologically proficient in software such as spreadsheets and PowerPoint presentations)
Manages human resources with regard to hiring, training, and providing job descriptions. (e.g., ensures that all staff have clearly defined job descriptions, goals, and objectives to ensure that all are aware of their duties and have a basis for evaluation)
The requirements for admission to Certified Aboriginal Financial Manager status are: Completion of the Aboriginal Financial Management program requirements Minimum of two years full time practical work experience gained in an aboriginal financial management environment and verified by two sponsors, one of which must be from an Aboriginal organization. Each sponsor must be from a separate organization. Successful completion of the professional exam. Signed agreement to abide by the Standards of Ethical Conduct
In order to comply with these two basic concepts the following Standards of Ethical Conduct apply to the Certified Aboriginal Financial Managers (CAFM) members of the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada (AFOA). These standards serve to enhance confidence in the integrity and service of the CAFM. These Standards are not in any order of priority, rather they are to be used as required by the specifics of each situation.
Monitors the effectiveness of the MIS in relation to the organization’s business plan (e.g., advises on systems that monitor and report on organizational performance; manages or controls the organizational information system).