Director of Financial Planning and Analysis

Los Angeles, California | Full-Time

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Job Description:

The Director of FP&A will be responsible for aspects of the company’s budget, forecast, and planning processes and actively assist the CEO and CFO in corporate strategy and M&A. They will also provide financial analysis support to the business for investment decisions and daily operations. The position will be actively involved in the company’s Investor Relations activities and will support the CEO and CFO in creation of all investor and BOD materials. The role will work closely with the Business Intelligence and Reporting team to improve existing reporting capabilities and provide operating insights to the Canndescent leadership team. The Director of FP&A will need to develop close working relationships with all functional areas (primarily Marketing, Sales, and Operations) as well as Finance and Accounting. The role will be part of the core F&A leadership team composed of the CFO, Controller, and Director of Tax and Risk.

What You'll Be Doing:
  • Develop the annual budget for the company
  • Take a leadership role in developing company strategy, corporate development, and M&A
  • Lead the monthly forecast process and suggest changes as needed as well as propose corrective actions to keep the company on track for achieving the annual budget
  • Create the monthly management reporting package of financial results for the Executive team
  • Work with the CEO and CFO in preparing BOD and investor presentations
  • Partner with sales on developing month sales targets and reporting results
  • Partner with Marketing in analyzing marketing investments and branding activities
  • Own profitability and margin analysis of the company’s selling channels and brands including pricing, costing (working closely with the Sr. Manager of Cost), and SG&A.
  • Collaborate with Business Intelligence and Reporting team to improve existing reporting and develop new reporting to meet the needs of the business.
  • Other ad-hoc analysis as needed or requested by the business

Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Business, Accounting, Economics or a related field. MBA preferred
  • 10 years of experience in Finance with Investment Banking experience is plus
  • Experience in Cannabis will be very beneficial although not required
  • Demonstrated experience in preparing management, BOD, and investor presentations is required
  • Excellent Excel and PowerPoint skills are required as well as a strong background in ERP systems (the company uses Viridian / SAP).
  • Superior verbal/written communication and interpersonal skills (ability to work cross functionally)
  • Ability to work under pressure and tight time constraints and manage multiple priorities


Benefits:

Equity: When you do well, we all do well. Every employee of Canndescent is an owner of the company

Growth Opportunity: Being part of a company at the forefront of the fastest growing industry in the US.

Healthy work environment: We provide a professional and fun work environment that brings passion and profession together

Health: Medical, Dental, Vision

Paid time off: Vacation and Holidays

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or protected veteran status, or any other legally protected basis, in accordance with applicable law. Canndescent is an equal opportunity employer.

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