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Capital Assets and project analyst

March 2 2017
Industries Food, Catering, Beverage, Tobacco
Categories Corporate finance - Treasury, Financial Accounting, Financial Analysis, Management accounting
Saint-Hubert, QC

Founded in 1938, Agropur Cooperative is a North American dairy industry leader. With sales of $5.9 billion in 2015, the Cooperative is a source of pride for its 3,367 members and 8,000 employees. Agropur processes more than 5.7 billion litres of milk per year at its 39 plants across North America and boasts an impressive roster of brands and products including Natrel, Québon, OKA, Farmers, Agropur Signature, Agropur Grand Cheddar, Island Farms, BiPro, and the Ultima Foods joint venture's iögo and Olympic brands. 

We are an equal opportunity employer and we will reasonably accommodate applicants with disabilities during the selection process.

Job description

The Capitals Assets and Projects Analyst perform tasks centred around the fixed assets of business units.

More specifically, the incumbent:

  • On a monthly basis, reconciles the capitalization sub-ledgers with the general ledger, calculates investment tax credits for the Quebec and Eastern Canada plants and applies the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) 

  • Analyzes capitalization items and asset categories when starting a project

  • Ensures the corporate capitalization policies are properly applied

  • Contributes to  enforcing new accounting standards and updating the capitalization procedure 

  • Develops and updates BI reports for project analyses

  • Participates in preparing the annual budgets and budget reviews for capitalization and amortization charge calculation 

  • Prepares fixed asset information for tax purposes 

  • Participates in asset conversion within new acquisition/integration processes 

  • Participates in other related projects

Requirements 

  • Bachelor's degree in accounting or finance

  • Have the CPA (Chartered Professional Accountant) designation or be in the process of becoming a member

  • Minimum of two (2) years of relevant experience

  • Solid knowledge of computer tools, including advanced Excel

  • Bilingualism, English and French, spoken and written

  • Talent for communication and popularizing accounting concepts 

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