We are looking for an experienced bookkeeper or an intermediate accountant (who is in the later stages of obtaining a CMA/CPA).
Ideally, you have a business degree which will help you understand our operation.
We are using a new property management software and Simply accounting so you need to be very computer savvy.
You will be doing full cycle accounting and our financial returns are audited. Audit experience would be an asset.
The accountant works alone so you need to be comfortable enough in your skills to be able to operate independently. There is internal audit/accounting help from the group.
You need to be self-motivated and use your initiative to perform tasks. We will provide on the job training to put you on the path to becoming a controller.
Our property management team is highly motivated, hardworking and driven. To fit in you would have to be a team player and have the same qualities.
This is a fast-growing company and our team reflects this vision.
This position does come with health and dental benefits. We offer a competitive salary and have an annual performance review.
Please use our online employment form.
Drop by to view our rental apartments. We are in downtown SW Calgary. Call Dean at 575-587-1215 to arrange a viewing.
Have you dropped by the office and introduced yourself to the new Manager? Dean has moved to 1215 from another downtown Calgary rental building and is very knowledgeable about the area.
Great news – Canada economy is continuing to expand and growth is coming from many different sectors (nineteen of twenty industries that Stats Canada follows). The strong job growth is fueling consumer spending and corporate investment is increasing reflecting a growing confidence by businesses that this is a long-term story.
The government just announced their take over of the Kinder Morgan pipeline. Rachel Notley will be relieved to hear the news. Work is to begin immediately.
Today, the Globe and Mail has an article that highlights how millennials are using renting in downtown Calgary as an investment strategy to beef up their savings. They are finding that the costs of buying and maintaining a home are much more expensive than renting. They are being disciplined and shoring up their savings with the difference.
If you are a downtown Calgary renter and wondering how the growth of electric vehicles is going to impact you this article will help clarify the situation.
Essentially it is going to change transportation and densify cities around a core, rapidly accelerating the growth of urbanization.
Downtown Calgary apartment renters – there is something to celebrate. The city council is dipping into reserves to get aggressive on growth. They will be spending $100 million to jolt the downtown economy by filling office vacancies. This will mean more jobs!
Read more about it here http://calgaryherald.com/news/local-news/council-embraces-100-million-push-to-boost-calgarys-economy-fill-downtown-vacancies
Facts every Canadian should be aware of – This is from an Elizabeth May interview:
If we had a deep investigation of the propaganda around Kinder Morgan, we’d get more Albertans marching with us. …
The evidence from UNIFOR (Canada’s largest private sector union) that Kinder Morgan threatened Canadian jobs was rejected by the National Energy Board because the board said it wasn’t in their jurisdiction to study the jobs impact. That should have been gobsmacking news.
What it means is that there are more jobs in not building Kinder Morgan than there are in building it.
How are there more jobs if we’re not building Kinder Morgan?
The jobs in building, according to Kinder Morgan’s own evidence, is 2,500 jobs a year for two years. And then it’s 90 permanent jobs. Whereas if you build upgraders and refineries in Alberta, you have a workforce with good union wages and steady, long-term growth.