Controller – $75K

Located downtown, our client, a small, privately-held company is looking for a Controller to join its team. Tasks will include full month end close review, cash flows, reconciliation and analysis work, process improvements, internal control analysis, staff supervision and other special projects including system implementation. Dynamic team and fun industry. Salary is in the $70-75K range.

It takes an expert to place one!

-Strong technical accounting skills and great analytical skills
-Accounting designation an asset (CMA, CGA, CA)
-Bilingual, with at least 3 years of relevant working experience
-Comfortable in a small working environment
-Superior excel and IT skills, Quickbooks an asset

Feeling like it’s time to move on to a better career opportunity, but don’t know where that would be? Let the experienced team at Exceleris help. With extensive experience in the industry, and an extensive network of employers and professionals, we can help you find the perfect fit. We have been in your shoes, and we know that it’s not all about money. The perfect accounting, taxation or financial career opportunity for you might also involve the right benefits package, a better work/life balance, location or even more opportunity for advancement. Our focus is, and always has been, on finding the perfect match between employers and professionals. At Exceleris, we are a different kind of accountant and finance Recruitment Company, one that isn’t based on “hitting our quotas” or simply matching resumes to openings. Because our managing partners have experience with accounting and finance from both sides of the table – internal accountant recruitment in Montreal and for other clients – we know firsthand what it takes to find and keep the right candidates.

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About the Author: Dejan Ristic

In 2004, I founded Exceleris. In addition to managing all recruitment aspects of Exceleris, I have consulted (as CFO or in similar roles) with a number of technology companies (both publicly traded and venture funded start-ups)....