Finance Director
Roadhouse Interactive Ltd., Game Studio - Vancouver, BC

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Want to be involved in all aspects of a company's financial management? Looking for an engaging and exciting position in the dynamic interactive entertainment industry? If you are seeking an engaging and exciting position in the dynamic interactive entertainment industry, this is an opportunity to report to a highly experienced CFO and benefit from being mentored directly. Roadhouse Interactive is a 45-person organization working across a range of titles with diverse clients in the social and online game business, as well as in initiatives focusing on 'gamification'. We are looking for a dynamic and ambitious Finance Director to join our team. Our company continues to expand our operations so there is potential for growth in the role.

The job function reports directly to the CFO and is involved in the full range of the company's financial management. The job will entail a combination of Controller and Financial Analyst skills and responsibilities and the Finance Director will be required to handle the company when the CFO is not onsite.

Involved in the management of the finance and accounting policies and functions.
Forecast and monitor cash flow positions of the company.
Share responsibility for all corporate accounting activities including G&A, other income activities, payroll related accounting, cash administration, royalty accounting and certain accrual activity.
Assist CFO in taking decisions related to equity and debt finance and investment of funds.
Maintain relationships with the banks that are connected with the company.
Plan and manage the budget for the company.
Ensure compliance with provincial, federal, GST/PST, payroll and tax laws.
Responsible for ensuring the integrity of accounting information by recording, verifying, consolidating, entering and reviewing transactions.
Help in cost reduction and retaining a competitive position in the market.
Analyze and schedule GL accounts prior to financial review.
Maintain and balance accounts by verifying, allocating, posting, reconciling transactions; resolving discrepancies.
Prepare monthly P&L reports.
Handle vendor and billing issues.
Prepare month, quarter, and year-end adjusting entries.
Manage cash, bank accounts and credit cards; handle transfers between accounts and foreign exchange.
Input of AP, AR and credit card receipts.
Ensure all accounting information is recorded and entered accurately.
Producing financial reports on request of Management.
Develops and enhances templates and processes to meet finance and business needs.
Generates ideas to resolves issues and is receptive to new ideas from others.

Expert mathematical, statistical and analyzing skills.
Ability to analyze data and derive appropriate conclusions from them.
Strong interpersonal skills, communication skills, and leadership qualities.
Critically think on certain issues and take proper decisions for the profit of the company.
Aware of all relevant Provincial and Federal rules and regulations.
Great problem-solver and ability to overcome obstacles and challenges.
Exercises initiative and good judgment with ability to multi-task.
Initiative to experiment with innovative ideas in making profits for the company through business proposals and solutions.
Expert knowledge of Microsoft Excel.
Strong attention to detail.

University degree and designation of Chartered Accountant or Certified General Accountant.
2-4 years work experience in a financial field.
Strong computer skills and experience with Quickbooks required.

Interested in the opportunity? We'd love to hear from you. Please visit our website: to apply with your current resume and cover letter outlining how you're right for the job.