Revenue Analyst, Cannabis
- St. Albert
- $54,447.21 to $70,775.37 per annum
- Job Industry
- Finance, Government/Public Administration
- Job Category
- Accounting and Finance
- Job Type
Revenue Analyst, Cannabis - 2 positions #18-151
Alberta Gaming, Liquor & Cannabis (AGLC) - St. Albert, AB
$54,447.21 to $70,775.37 per annum
CLOSES: September 16, 2018
Reporting to the Manager, Liquor and Cannabis Revenue, the Revenue Analyst, Cannabis is responsible for ensuring the completeness, accuracy, and integrity of financial accounting and reporting under International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and federal reporting requirements for cannabis revenue.
The portfolio primarily consists of revenue accountabilities and financial administration of cannabis revenue. AGLC operates an online platform for the sale of recreational cannabis to licensed cannabis retailers and directly to consumers. As this is a complex business line, the successful candidate will require an understanding of full cycle business processes and possesses a high degree of thought innovation. This will enable a thorough assessment of the transaction flow of the revenue cycle and the impact to other areas to recommend solutions and implementation of approved solutions.
This position will support management in the development of controls, procedures, and policies for this business line. The Cannabis Revenue Analyst is accountable to ensure that established procedures are adhered to during the execution phase. Responsibilities include identifying and resolving all errors and anomalies which often involves research, analysis, reconciliation, and adjustment of financial information. Documentation of points of weakness and areas of improvement is also required to plan for the evolution of this business line.
This role is involved in advocacy and education of internal stakeholders to ensure optimal performance and outcomes. Relationship management is required with external stakeholders which including AGLC service providers, cannabis retail stores, and consumers. All of which requires a thorough knowledge of business operations as it relates to and impacts the portfolio.
The successful candidate requires a strong foundation in processes, procedures and information systems to enable the development of a customized solution for cannabis. Given the complexity and public interest in this business line, is it critical that AGLC maintains the highest duty of care to mitigate potential risks and to provide choices Albertans can trust. Strong organizational and time management skills and the ability to prioritize tasks to meet deadlines is required. This position also requires strong interpersonal skills to build and maintain productive relationships with internal and external stakeholders
Minimum of a two year diploma in a related field plus 2 years related experience
Must have a strong understanding of full cycle business processes and transactional accounting
Advanced computer skills including ERP systems, Excel, Power Query, Tableau, and Power BI would be required assets
Working towards a CPA designation would be considered an asset
NOTE: An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. Candidates with lesser qualifications may be considered at a lower classification and salary. This recruitment may be used to fill future vacancies.
To be eligible to work for AGLC, you must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or eligible to work in Canada. We offer a comprehensive range of benefits. As a condition of employment you will be required to obtain a security clearance and clean drivers abstract (if necessary) prior to employment. While we appreciate all applications we receive, we advise that only candidates under consideration will be contacted. AGLC is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
To learn more about AGLC and to view the complete job posting, please visit our website www.aglc.ca
ABOUT THE DIVISION & BRANCH
Corporate Services Division
This Division provides corporate business support services for the AGLC. It consists of the Office of the CFO, Corporate Operations, Finance, Procurement, and Properties.
- Records and reports all cannabis, gaming and liquor-related revenues and expenses, including cash management services, accounts payable and payroll services, revenue management and corporate accounting. The unit is also responsible for the management of the annual budgeting process, to ensure that resources are allocated in alignment with strategic and other corporate priorities.
- Provides financial support to the organization, including financial reporting and analysis, financial planning and forecasting, as well as coordination of all financial transactions for the AGLC and the Alberta Lottery Fund.
When applying for a competition, please submit a cover letter and resume (either in word or pdf format). Please name your documents using your first and last name along with the competition number. For example: John Smith Competition Number 18-151
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