A report back to the board states the brand new place can be “of nice profit by supporting the event and reporting to make sure monetary prudence inside the TNRD”
Because the Thompson-Nicola Regional District appears to be like to implement suggestions from its current forensic audit, it’s searching for to rent an extra management function for its finance division.
The brand new place would price $123,000 to $134,000 per yr and be funded by way of contingency within the first yr and thru taxation in subsequent years.
A report back to the regional district’s board of administrators states the everlasting management place would play a “key function” in supporting chief monetary officer Doug Rae, following a evaluation that decided “must develop extra capability to help monetary coverage, engagement and procedures inside the finance division.”
The report notes TNRD endorsement of 65 suggestions outlined in BDO Canada’s forensic audit, 37 of which require work from the finance division.
The forensic audit was ordered by the board because of a KTW investigation into spending on the regional district beneath former CAO Sukh Gill.
“This new place will come at an extra price, however can be of nice profit by supporting the event and reporting to make sure monetary prudence inside the TNRD,” the report states.
The board will vote on the brand new place throughout its assembly on Thursday (Feb. 24).