Chalice Brands Ltd.

Corperate Controller - Portland, OR

Job Posted
Aug 17, 2022
Employment Type
Time Commitment
Required Licenses
Company & Role Overview


The Chalice Brands Ltd Accounting Department is responsible for performing the transactions and procedures necessary for producing the internal and external financial reporting required for a publicly traded company. The Corporate Controller is responsible for the team leading that effort under the direction of the Chief Financial Officer. The following are key responsibilities for the role, but other duties may be required and assigned by the Chief Financial Officer, other members of the Company’s senior executive team, or the Company’s Board of Directors: Knowledge It is expected the Corporate Controller will have acquired the knowledge to execute the above responsibilities through a 4+ year degree program in accounting, 3+ years’ experience in public accounting, and 3+ years’ experience performing financial closing and reporting functions as a controller for a manufacturing company. Required knowledge specific to Chalice’s requirements include: IFRS and Public Company regulatory requirements. ERP system operation and standard configuration. Manufacturing cost accounting and inventory management. Cannabis 280E tax treatment. Multi-entity reporting and consolidation. Attributes Chalice Brands Ltd is a plant-touching participant in the emerging U.S. Cannabis industry. The market is volatile due to rapidly changing regulatory and competitive factors. This volatility creates a working environment that is frequently evolving and results in a fair amount of daily uncertainty. The Corporate Controller must have a high tolerance for uncertainty and the ability to adapt to change. Other attributes required are: Fast paced with a controlled sense of urgency. Values and projects honesty, integrity and a willingness to help others. A life-long learner mindset. Absorbs more stress than creates. Organized and easy to follow.


$150,000.00 - $175,000.00 / year

Company BenefitsBenefits for this job may vary.

Career Advancement, Career Training, Company Discounts, Dental, Medical, & Vision Benefits, Life Insurance, Paid Parental Leave, Paid Time Off, Paid Time Off to Volunteer, Relaxed / Casual Dress Code, Short-Term & Long-Term Disability, 401(k) with Company Match, Flexible Time Off / Unlimited Vacation, Inclusive Environment


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Working Environment

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About Chalice Brands Ltd.

Chalice Brands Ltd. (“Chalice”), is a premiere consumer-driven cannabis company specializing in production, processing, wholesale, distribution, and retail, with eighteen dispensaries in Oregon. The Company is committed to developing a dynamic portfolio built around the recognized brands of Chalice Farms, with a focus on health and wellness. Chalice Brands Ltd. is a publicly traded company with shares listed on the Canadian Securities Exchange (“CSE”) under the trading symbol “CHAL.CN” as well as the OTCQB under the trading symbol “GLDFF”.

Role Requirements



Establishing standard operating procedures and related internal controls to allow for the accurate, consistent and timely reporting of financial information required for internal, external, tax and regulatory purposes.
Train, lead and supervise the accounting team to execute the transactions and procedures necessary to perform the above reporting requirements.
Researches and composes required language and disclosure for public company filings including footnotes and management discussion and analysis.
Manages external audit process and quarterly reviews by selected outside accounting firm.
Manages tax return and related filings with outside accounting firm.
Plays a leading role in managing cash through coordinating weekly disbursements with other department heads.
Support the Chief Financial Officer and other department heads in the establishment of plans, forecasts and budgets.

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Fluent written and spoken English to support external reporting requirements.
Produce full-scope financial statements (balance sheet, profit & loss, and cash flows).
Develop and maintain a 13-week cash flow forecast.
Maintain capital table.
Write and maintain standard operating procedures and maintain functional reporting archive.
Train, lead and develop accounting professional and para-professional staff.


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