Welcome to The Canadian Brewhouse, Canada's fastest-growing independent restaurant group! We are proud of being the only Canadian-themed sports bar in town, and we know that without our incredible teams we wouldn't be a fraction of where we are today. Our teams live and breathe our Core Values; these are 6 key principles that influence all of our decisions as an organization.
Take Care of Each Other and Yourself
Think Like a Customer
Support Your Community
Hurry, Don’t Rush
When not at work, you may catch us out in the community volunteering, raising funds for The Canadian Mental Health Association or the local Children's Hospital, or having a couple of drinks with friends. The Brew Crew is a team of devoted, compassionate, and ambitious individuals that are hungry for what the future holds. We believe it's our duty to provide all of our employees with a safe, fun-filled work environment with endless advancement opportunities. Let us tell you more about why you should join the best team in Canada, today!
The Benefits (Why you should join us!):
Access to health spending account after 3 months
A staff discount for all three brands (The Canadian Brewhouse, Plantlife, and The Banquet)
Daily lunches provided – Brewhouse food for the win.
Work with a team of like-minded individuals who have your interests at heart. Our team is our family!
As a Senior Accountant, you will be responsible for performing a variety of accounting, finance and administrative tasks. You will be a key player in developing and implementing systems for analyzing, verifying, and reporting information for multiple entities. You should be familiar with full-cycle accounting, be detail-oriented and have a desire to collaborate and assist other members within the organization.
Perform the month-end close process including reconciliation of accounts, review of operations, investigation of discrepancies and preparation of financial statements
Prepare monthly, quarterly and annual budgets
Prepare year-end working papers and corporate tax returns for external accountants
Assist with or provide reports to Senior Management and/or Board of Directors
Review work completed by staff reporting to this role
Lead and provide oversight to the financial services team
Ensure compliance with provincial and federal government reporting requirements, filings and related payments
Develop and ensure policies, standards and procedures established for internal controls and record security are adhered to
Maintain accounting practices, processes and internal controls to ensure that reported results comply with applicable financial reporting standards
Review and streamline processes, identify areas for improvement, and implement action plans
Other special projects as assigned
Leadership and Management:
Provide recommendations for changes and enhancements to business practices to senior management based on thorough analysis of financial performance data
Manage a team of several individuals to achieve required results within tight timelines
Develop employee skills through mentoring, training and accredited professional designation education, interacting with internal and external stakeholders while building and maintaining strong relationships
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance
Minimum five (5) years of progressive accounting and financial experience
CPA designation would be considered an asset
Ability to communicate to all audiences within the organization
Excellent interpersonal skills with a collaborative team-oriented attitude
Leadership experience with direct and indirect reporting relationships
Superior analytical and problem-solving capabilities
Experience with Microsoft NAV (preferred) and/or aptitude with other ERP/ financial systems
Strong Microsoft Office skills; including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint