“You don’t stop laughing when you grow old, you grow old when you stop laughing.” George Bernard Shaw
We’ve all heard the statistics that Canada’s population is living longer, and with that longevity can come challenges in social connection, health care, and housing. Our client is a leader in providing luxury communities for seniors that run the gamut from independent living to memory care for those with Alzheimer’s and dementia. With operations in Ontario, British Columbia and Alberta, they are a national presence in a competitive and growing industry.
The newly created role of Senior Analyst, Management Reporting is not your typical ‘first job out of the firm’. The successful candidate will have direct ownership of monthly and quarterly board reporting, including analysis and commentary, lead the monthly G&A analysis, implement enhanced analytics, and lead the G&A budget process. Reporting to the Director Finance, Corporate and working cross-functionally, this position is ideally placed to develop a thorough understanding of the operational and management elements of the organization as well as gaining significant senior management exposure.
Key responsibilities include:
- Monthly and quarterly board reporting, including analysis and commentary
- Reconciliations between board results and financial statements
- Lead monthly general and administrative (G&A) expenses analysis
- Implement enhanced analytics over G&A, including new processes and tools
- Lead the annual G&A budget process
- Preparation of quarterly debt covenant calculations
- Coach and oversee performance of co-op students
To be considered for this role you must be a CPA trained in an accounting firm with extensive experience working on public company clients with 3 – 4 years experience. Along with advanced Excel skills in large datasets, a strong attention to detail and the ability to interpret results to support business growth are essential. Excellent interpersonal skills, the ability the build strong relationships, and a proven ability to success in a high-volume environment round out the requirements. Experience working with clients in the real estate sector is an asset, but not essential.