Auxly Cannabis Group Inc

  • Director of Finance

    Job Locations CA-PE-Charlottetown
    Job ID
    2019-1108
    Category
    Accounting & Finance
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • About the Company

    Dosecann is a Canadian licensed dealer dedicated to developing Cannabis Solutions for the global cannabis industry. Dosecann has assembled a world-class team housed in a purpose-built, 52,000 sqft. GMP compliant facility that will be the hub for cannabis extraction, product innovation and formulation.

    Overview

    Dosecann is currently looking for a Director of Finance to join our team in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Dosecann, and the VP, Finance of Dosecann’s parent company, Auxly Cannabis Group Inc., you will serve as a key member on the executive team, primarily responsible for managing the financial actions of the company, as well as supporting the overall strategic business objectives in a rapidly growing company.

     

    The Director of Finance's duties include tracking cash flow and financial planning, analysis of inventory, costs associated with production, and assisting in the establishment and maintenance of financial policies, procedures, controls, and reporting systems.

     

    Dosecann is looking to hire an enthusiastic, motivated and strategically minded professional to fill the position of Director of Finance - a collaborative, results-oriented and forward-thinking executive who has the expertise to work under IFRS reporting standards and has a CPA / CA designation.

    Responsibilities

    • Together with the management team, develop and recommend an annual operating plan and financial budget that supports the company's long-term strategy.
    • Evaluate the financial controls and supporting information systems of the corporation.
    • Analyze the plant's operating results for raw materials and various other operating expenses, ensure the accuracy of data and reports, develop performance indicators and make recommendations.
    • Support operations in reviewing, analyzing and reporting on inventory valuation, inventory transactions, direct and indirect labour, direct material and subcontract costs, and other overhead costs incurred.
    • Prepare weekly/monthly reporting of actual production costs vs standard costs to support company goals.
    • Identify and drive process improvement initiatives. Assist in internal control documentation and testing around inventory and disbursement cycles.
    • Assist with the annual budget process, including the development of production cost center expenses, labour budgets, activity rates for labour and overhead to be used in standard costing.
    • Coordinate with the tax division of the company, and review/prepare any schedules required for tax planning and compliance.
    • Preparing technical analysis for complex accounting issues and play a key role in establishing company-wide accounting policies.
    • Perform other functions related to the office of the CFO or as may be reasonably requested by the Company's CEO or Board.
    • Oversee and supervise the administrative function of the organization necessary for effective operations and compliance.

    Qualifications

    • The successful candidate will be an accredited accountant (CPA, CA, strongly preferred) coupled with a minimum of 7 years of industry experience in a manufacturing function or CPG environment.
    • Extensive experience and knowledge in dealing with accounting systems, budgets, internal controls, and business planning.
    • Involvement in a publicly traded company is an asset.
    • Experience with coaching and development of management-level employees.
    • Demonstrate a commitment to excellence and attention to detail, delivering accurate information and balanced analysis in a consistent and timely manner.
    • Good business acumen – the ability to see the big picture, to develop financial strategies, and to provide guidance to stakeholders and management.
    • Proven analytical, financial modeling, accounting, and problem-solving skills.

     

     

    Dosecann is committed to complying with the highest standards of practice in our industry. It is an ongoing condition of employment that all employees comply with these standards and Company Polices and that all employees understand and are equally committed to upholding our commitment to abide by such standards and policies.

    Dosecann is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

    We provide accommodation for job applicants with disabilities during the recruitment process in accordance with applicable laws. Please contact us to request accommodation.

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