Director finance

Company Name:
Boyd Gaming
Responsible for the overall direction and operation of the Finance and associated departments. Responsible for implementing established policies and procedures and making recommendations for new procedures and/or objectives. Responsible for ensuring the timely and accurate reporting of financial information to appropriate parties/entities.
Duties include but are not limited to:
Direct and manage the staff in the Finance and associated departments.
Oversee and create budgets and capital expenditure schedules as directed by the General Manager.
Oversee financial reporting (e.g. financial statements, daily reports, special projects, etc.) and make appropriate recommendations based on analyses of the same.
Oversee financial reporting such as Business License fees, gaming and non-gaming taxes, and various other tax returns for the federal, state, county, city, and other regulatory agencies.
Oversee recordkeeping requirements to ensure adherence to all company policies and procedures as well as those of the Internal Revenue Service, Gaming Control, and other regulatory agencies having jurisdiction.
Bachelor's Degree in Finance, Accounting, or similar area.
Five (5) years supervisory/management experience in Finance, Accounting or a related area.
Five (5) years of demonstrated experience in financial analysis.
Must possess gaming, tax, and payroll regulation knowledge.
Knowledgeable in various software applications such as Microsoft Office.
Must be able to obtain/maintain any necessary certifications and/or licenses as required by local gaming regulations.
Position Code: IPEDFIN01
Department: IP - Finance Administration
Category: Accounting / Finance
Shift: Days
Status: Full Time

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