Director Financial Reporting

The Judge Group Los Angeles, CA
Our client is currently seeking a Director Financial Reporting in Los Angeles

Director, Financial Reporting
Big 4 (Public)… CPA Required $150k-$165k

Company Overview
Client is a leading cannabis firm based in Los Angeles, with cultivation, production, distribution and retail operations across North America. Client offers competitive compensation and benefits along with a collaborative, exciting start-up work environment in an emerging market. This is a ground floor opportunity to join a leading player in an industry that is poised for massive growth in the coming years.

Job Summary
Reporting to the VP of Accounting, the ideal candidate will be responsible for preparing both entity-level and consolidated financial reporting, for senior management and the Canadian Stock Exchange. The position will develop, documents and maintain Company-wide accounting policies, apply technical accounting guidelines for both US GAAP and IFRS, perform complex accounting research, including the assessment and implementation of new accounting standards and the evaluation of the accounting for non-standard transactions. This job is full time and will be based in Culver City, California.

Essential Functions
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


• Direct and affect the preparation of the consolidated monthly financial statements and internal reporting package


• Manage the preparation of the company’s quarterly public reporting and filings to the Canadian Stock Exchange


• Manage the audit of Company financial statements by its independent auditors including the preparation of required schedules and documentation of accounts and transactions


• Prepare schedules and account reconciliations, analyses of related accounts as required


• Manage the monthly reporting calendar and coordinate the receipt and analysis of financial activities with accountants preparing statements for operating entities


• Write and support financial statement footnote disclosures as necessary


• Ensure that the results of applicable accounting issues are properly documented, presented and disclosed in the Company’s consolidated financial statements


• Coordinate, assist, develop and update written policies and procedures over the financial reporting process


• Maintain and strengthen internal controls over financial reporting documentation


• Research and resolve accounting issues including evaluation and implementation of new accounting pronouncements to ensure US GAAP compliance


• Serve as liaison to various Company departments, including other FP&A, Tax, Treasury, Investor Relations and Legal


• Performing other duties as assigned


Competencies


• Strong analytical, problem solving, communication and technical GAAP accounting skills


• Exceptional organizational and documentation skills


• The ability to multi-task and effectively prioritize in a fast-paced environment


• Highly collaborative team player with the ability to develop and enforce policies and procedures


• Excellent verbal and written communication skills


• Professional attitude and a strong work ethic


Education and/or Experience


• Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics or related discipline


• CPA (Inactive OK) with public company audit experience required


• Minimum ten years of experience in accounting; a combination of public and private accounting experience preferred


• Experience managing reporting for public company


• Experience consolidating multiple entities


• Advanced PC skills in Microsoft Office, including Excel, Word and PowerPoint


• ERP systems experience strongly preferred


• Supervisory/management experience preferred



 

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