Village Brewery is a Craft Brewery located in Calgary, Alberta. Founded in 2011, we currently produce all malt ales for sale in kegs, cans and bottles. Due to significant growth, we are seeking a qualified candidate to assume the position of Financial Administrator. Reporting to the Business Manager, the candidate should have a University degree with 2-5 years’ experience in a financial related role.
- Perform month end inventory count, and analysis for packaging, raw materials, chemicals, finished goods, etc.
- Perform monthly POS Inventory analysis, check for reasonableness, and correct pricing. Review information from POS system to ensure accuracy and troubleshoot any transaction issues.
- Daily review of finish goods inventory levels and coordinate with production and warehouses on stock transfers.
- Provide Monthly and YTD Sales reporting and analysis.
- Review standard cost and perform analysis as required for Financial Reporting and decision making.
- Review pricing and input price changes with AGLC.
- Process accounts payable including 3-way matching of invoices, and payment processing.
- Other accounting and administrative duties as assigned.
Successful candidate will have excellent communication skills, a passion for beer, a positive attitude and enthusiasm, and a demonstrated ability to take a “hands on” role in the day to day administration in the brewery. Should you be interested in this opportunity, please forward your resume to Stephen Anderchek, Business Manager at email@example.com.
All applications will be received in strict confidence. Closing date is July 7, 2017. Please note that we will only be contacting those individuals that meet our expectations.
VILLAGE BREWERY STORY
Some of the best things happen over beer. Ideas are born, friendships forged, deals struck, communities built. That’s how Village Brewery began, friends sharing beers and dreams. Around the table, we had close to a century and a half of brewing experience. One of us was a legendary Canadian brewmaster. Naturally the talk turned to the art and craft of better beer, then to secret sources of malts and hops. By last call we had dreamed up a true community brewery. A brewery that would support Calgary’s artists and craftspeople. A brewery that would create the excellent ales our friends and neighbors deserve. That talk over beer started the brewery that you are thinking of joining. Thank you for your interest, when you get a chance lift a pint and salute the Village of Calgary. It takes a Village to raise a beer. And a beer to raise a Village.