Who we are:
“Applying Advances in Materials Science Nanotechnology to Solve Industry’s Most Severe Wear Challenges”
CASL’s purpose is to continuously improve the performance of high value, mission critical parts through the application of wear resistant metallic or ceramic alloy coatings. How do we do that? We collaborate to determine desired component performance and assess the operating environment, from there selecting the alloy, preparation process, application technology and finishing operation needed to achieve the expected result. Once we’ve defined the outcome, our focus shifts to getting critical parts back on time and per specification. CASL’s unique combination of design collaboration, technical capability and vertically integrated, quick response manufacturing helps minimize owning and operating costs to get more performance out of high value component parts.
To be the preferred partner collaborating with global industry to solve the most challenging wear problems.
To keep high value, non-renewable resources in circulation longer by innovating and commercializing wear solutions and delivering unrivalled services that improve our customers economic and environmental performance wherever they work.
CASL’s strategy focuses on developing wear solutions that lead to extended or multiple service lives for high value components used in a broad range of global industries. This strategy also helps further our sustainability journey which we have organized as a set of principles:
Prevent waste: By increasing the safety, efficiency and productivity of processes we reduce cost and minimize the use of materials, energy, water and land needed to provide our services.
Improve quality: Apply innovation, technology and continuous improvement to improve the sustainable performance of CASL products, services and operations.
Innovate: Develop better systems and technologies that maximize life cycle benefits and minimize the economic, social and environmental costs of owning high value, non-renewable industrial assets
What you’ll do:
As Senior Accountant, you will be directly involved in all aspects of monthly financial statement reporting and forecasting. Working with the Corporate Controller, the Senior Accountant leads our month end reporting process, assembling information from our four operating units, performing account reconciliations, investigating variances and ultimately generating consolidated statements. The Senior Accountant is additionally instrumental in developing and managing our monthly forecasting and annual budgeting process.
Who you’ll work with:
A senior member of CASL’s finance team, you will work directly with the Corporate Controller, finance and operations team members in all factory locations (Nisku, Fort Saskatchewan and Houston) to organize and present accurate and timely financial statements and associated explanatory notes and analysis. In this position you will report directly to the Corporate Controller.
· Prepare individual business unit and consolidated monthly financial statements including updated rolling twelve month forecast and associated variance analysis.
· Manage reconciliations for assigned accounts.
· Calculate and post monthly accruals for specified accounts.
· Manage fixed asset lists and associated depreciation expense.
· Lead the annual financial budgeting process.
- Minimum five years direct financial reporting experience.
- Bachelor of Business Administration degree (preferred) or Business Administration Diploma.
- Ability to work effectively with people at all levels in an organization.
- Proficiency in Microsoft suite of programs (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, PowerBI, Teams).
- Experience with AIMS ERP system considered an asset.
Job Type: Full-time
- Casual dress
- Company events
- Dental care
- Disability insurance
- Employee assistance program
- Extended health care
- Life insurance
- On-site parking
- Paid time off
- Vision care
- Accounting: 5 years (required)
- financial reporting: 5 years (required)