PCI Developments is a privately-owned Vancouver, B.C. based real estate developer and investor guided by core values of integrity, discipline, vision and innovation. PCI Developments transforms urban neighbourhoods into vibrant and sustainable communities for people to live, shop, eat, work and play.
Warrington PCI Management (WPM) manages a diverse portfolio of retail, office, industrial and residential properties, along with select leasing mandates. WPM is known for its dynamic style with a reputation as entrepreneurial professionals, committed to excellence and innovations in property management.
Reporting directly to the President and as a key member of the Executive Leadership Team, the Group Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for providing leadership and overall direction of the accounting & finance functions for PCI and WPM. He or she will act as a trusted leader within the senior management teams of both entities overseeing the respective accounting teams and ensuring strong financial reporting, capital & finance strategy and information systems. The Group CFO is a visionary and influential leader with a diverse business mindset in addition to possessing the requisite technical, commercial, and operational know-how to safeguard & optimize the organization’s assets.
Leading and mentoring a professional team, the Group CFO ensures proper principals and reporting standards are followed while overseeing all financial activities of the organization, including corporate finance, accounting, internal controls, treasury, tax, compliance, strategic financial planning, budgeting and forecasting.
The ideal candidate is an ambitious, entrepreneurial and business-minded senior finance leader who is accustomed to a dynamic and growing organization with province-wide operations. Superior interpersonal and communication skills and a proven innovative track record are hallmarks of a suitable candidate. Candidates will be strategic finance executives, in possession of the CPA designation and active members of a senior leadership team. The incumbent will have contributed broadly to organizational strategy and has been successful streamlining and automating processes for complex businesses.
To be considered, there are a number of core competencies required; these include all aspects of finance, corporate accounting, business and project controls, monthly and annual reporting, financial analysis, budget, forecasting, planning and corporate development. Oversight of project accounting, cash management, and taxation are additional accountabilities.