Senior Revenue Accountant

This client is royalty in the Vancouver real estate and development world. Their name would be on a crest that rivals any of the GoT kingdoms, and like the Lannisters, I’m sure they too also always pay their debts.  Speaking of money, the accounting team is growing at last as someone’s retirement has created the opportunity for a Senior Revenue Accountant to join this prestigious group. Want to sit at the proverbial table now, then read on. Alternatively, wait another 20 years for someone else to retire!

In this role, you’ll review leases, interact with tenant, upload documents in Timberline, just to start. You’ll reconcile tenants, do billings and refunds, and also know your way around CAM recs. You’ll prepare budgets, prepare annual rental statements, and maintain assessment and tax schedules annually. It doesn’t sound like a lot, but when you think about how much of the local landscape has this family’s name on it, trust me, you’ll be busy. You will have the support of 3 other people to do all of the financial statements which will allow you to really focus on the revenue aspects of the business.

We’re calling it a Senior Revenue Accountant as this person will need to have a strong (5 years or so) background in Property Accounting but also in-depth exposure to the leasing side of the business. The portfolio is mixed so exposure to retail, residential and commercial properties is an asset – specifically retail as it is the most complex. In a perfect world you may also have exposure to Timberline which I know is a strange combo. You’ll have had an impressive portfolio that includes commercial, and ideally some retail to sweeten the pot. You’ll be upbeat and egoless: these Lannisters get by on a little more substance. You may or may not have a designation, but this is gravy, since your experience will speak for itself.

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