Finance & Administration

The Finance and Administration staff perform routine centralized financial and adminsitrative services for the Sto:lo Nation Society. These services include: 

  • Finance, Accounting and bi-weekly Payroll services
  • Monitoring of funding and service contracts
  • Telecommunications
  • Supply Requests and office equipment monitoring
  • Property Management
  • Rental Administration and Inquiries
  • Information Technology
  • Communications
  • Human Resources
  • Records Management
  • Mail Delivery
  • Vehicle Pool Administration and Monitoring
  • Keyscan Administration

Personnel policies and procedures are being reviewed regularly to address the emerging needs and requirements of the Stó:lō Nation as it strengthens its existing programs and services delivery responsibilities.

Financial Services

The Financial Services team provides;

  • Monthly Financial Statements, journal entries, and budgeting
  • Financial inquiries
  • Payroll Administration
  • Accounts Payable Administration
  • Accounts Receivable Administration
  • Funding and Service Contract Administration
  • Insurance Policy monitoring
  • Maintenance of Legal Files

Central Support Services

The Central Support Services team oversees:

  • Copiers, phones, and fax lines
  • Records, filing, and forms
  • Purchasing, travel advances, and petty cash
  • Company vehicle administration
  • Keyscan and keys
  • Rental agreements
  • Tents and corporate supplies (coffee, water, etc)
  • Communications (newsletters, web content and social media, photography, internal/external communications)
  • Mail

Human REsources

The Human Resources Team oversees:

  • HR Inquiries and assistance
  • Job Postings
  • Interviewing and paneling


The Information Technology team oversees:

  • PC/hardware/software inquiries
  • computer/software orders
  • Network Administration

Records Management

Administers and oversees the Records Administration tasks of Stó:lō Nation, specifically through the development and maintenance of records management systems and procedures for efficient record keeping practices.

Responsible for maintaining the SN Records Centre(s) by:

Transferring semi-active files to the RC according to the SN Records Retention Schedule
Monitoring loans and retrievals of files/records
Coordinating destruction of eligible records from the Records Centre.

Records Management is also responsible for maintaining and developing SN forms.