Contact Robert Half Finance about this reputable CFO opportunity with a growing Tribal Casino in San Diego County, if you have a knack for leading with high standards, positively motivating others, and making critical decisions and have experience taking charge of an accounting and clerical department. The CFO will be responsible for taking on a leadership role in financial decision-making that affects the Casino, including future development and expansion. Will provide strategic, financial and operational recommendations to the General Manager and the Enterprise Board. While Overseeing Accounting, Finance, Information Technology, Cage/Count Room Operations and Purchasing, the CFO will play a key role in developing and implementing both financial and operational procedures to improve and maintain the financial success of the company. ESSENTIAL SKILLS, DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Directs and provides leadership for Cage/Count Operations, IT, Purchasing, Accounting and Revenue Audit. Ensures credibility of Finance by providing timely and accurate analysis of financial trends and forecasts. Develops, analyzes and interprets statistical and accounting information in order to assess operating results. Monitors and measures profitability and performance against budget, prior year and industry benchmarks. Establishes major economic objectives and policies for Casino and prepares reports that detail the company's financial position in the areas of income, expenses, and earnings. Analysis and development of policies, procedures and systems to ensure effective internal controls, optimum efficiencies and improvement of processes. Provides the leadership team with information in order to improve Service, Revenue, and Profit Coordinates all audit and banking relationships and provides required reports. Participates insurance reviews: Health and Liability in order to assess risks and minimize losses. Furnishes and presents internal reports as requested on financial and operational effectiveness. Ensures that financial records are maintained in accordance with GAAP and GASB Ensures and enforces compliance with NIGC and Tribal minimum internal controls, and State Compact. Understands and ensures compliance with all of the property's contractual documents Strong interpersonal skills, ability to communicate and manage well at all levels of the organization.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 10 - 15 years financial / accounting industry experience with a minimum of 10 years in a casino environment. At least 5 years prior experience as a Director of Finance (CFO) at a casino (required). Pre-opening/ expansion experience preferred. Previous experience with all of the following Casino and related Systems: Slots, Tables Games, Soft Count, Financial Accounting, Revenue Audit, Point of Sale, Hotel, and other hospitality related systems etc. Operations experience in Cage/Count, Accounting/Auditing, Information Technology, and Purchasing. Solid experience building and managing teams of people. Proven track record in providing leadership in accounting, compliance, budgeting, operational/financial analysis and business process improvement. Excellent analytical skills Current and relevant gaming industry knowledge. Proficient with GAAP and GASB Must have excellent knowledge of the NIGC MICS Excellent organization and communication skills, both written and verbal. Must be proficient in Microsoft Windows, Word, and Excel. EDUCATION: High School Diploma or GED (required). Bachelors Degree (required); preferably Business Administration, Finance or Accounting. Masters Degree / CPA/ CMA designation (desirable). LICENSE REQUIREMENTS: Able to obtain and maintain a Pauma Gaming Commission License
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