Grupo Flor

Senior Staff Accountant - Salinas, CA

Job Posted
May 08, 2020
Employment Type
Time Commitment
Required Licenses
Company & Role Overview


Grupo Flor accountants are diversely intelligent and authentic individuals who are excited by the opportunity to shape the future of the cannabis market from within the finance and accounting department. As a member of this team, you’ll demonstrate your advanced knowledge of accounting principles and processes with a goal to ensure accurate and timely financial records and financial reports. This dynamic and developing market presents daily challenges, all of which will require your resourcefulness and innovation to efficiently resolve. Whether the accounting task requires great attention to detail, proactive communication, organization or dedication to meet deadlines, you’ll work autonomously and collaboratively to support most aspects of accounting management in a cost and time efficient manner. As a Senior Staff Accountant, you will primarily be responsible for overseeing the finance and accounting team, the preparation of month end close with accurate and timely financial reporting GAAP, 280e and other applicable guidelines and requirements. You will play a key role in the formulation of internal controls and policies to comply with legislation and established best practices as well as identifying and preventing discrepancies. This is a great opportunity for someone looking to advance their accounting career in a new, rapidly developing industry. This position offers a competitive compensation package, health/dental/vision/life insurance, unlimited vacation and sick days, and the opportunity to work with an exciting, quickly-growing start-up in an emerging industry.


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Working Environment

Authenticity - we care about the people with whom we work and the communities in which we live. We believe that clear communication builds a better world than suspicion, and that transparency is the key to building trust and confidence in all that we do

Resourcefulness - we seek individuals that are adaptive and creative, finding joy in connecting assets and ideas in novel ways that are not immediately apparent to others

Innovation - we seek individuals that are excited to not only work in a new industry, but to create one

About Grupo Flor

Grupo Flor is an ecosystem of cannabis companies based in Salinas, California that supports the entire supply chain of cannabis production, from real estate leasing and equipment financing to sound product manufacturing and retail operations. Grupo Flor seeks to elevate and legitimize the cannabis industry by pioneering a new business ecosystem of global companies and brands, and works to build leading cannabis companies that shape the future of the industry.

Role Requirements


Demonstrate solid knowledge of GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) and regulations

Maintain the integrity of accounting information in QuickBooks Enterprises; review the company’s accounting information to identify and resolve inaccuracies or imbalances

Support and participate in the formulation of internal controls and policies to comply with legislation and established best practices; identify and recommend opportunities to improve current systems and procedures

Lead the preparation and completion of quarterly and annual audits

Demonstrate solid understanding of debits and credits

Support the core aspects of finance and accounting including overseeing Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Cash and Bank Reconciliations, Cost Accounting, Inter-Company transactions, Weekly KPI reporting for management, Tax Filings, Month End Close, Monthly GAAP financial reporting and General Ledger maintenance

Support and participate in the preparation of accurate and timely financial reports including, financial. statements, budgets, forecasts, an other ad hoc reports for management or regulatory bodies

Understand and explain complex transactions and compose Journal Entries to capture transaction detail in compliance with 280e and GAAP

Manage journal entries, intercompany transactions, work in process and/or clearing accounts, invoices and reconcile accounts for the monthly, quarterly and annual closing

Demonstrate excellent knowledge of accounting and financial processes (budgeting, financial closure, reporting etc.)

Demonstrate solid understanding of data analysis and forecasting

Demonstrate ability to analyze financial situations, put in a framework and solve for solutions and answers with a methodical systematic approach

Physical Requirements

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High degree of accuracy and accountability for results

Proficiency in MS Office (especially Excel), Google Suites and accounting software (e.g. SAP)

Proficiency in QuickBooks Enterprises

Ability to work well under stress

Dedication to meeting deadlines and putting in extra time when necessary

Well-organized with ability to appropriately prioritize

High attention to detail and problem-solving ability

Ability to help manage a diverse accounting team, appropriately delegating tasks and training staff to meet department needs

Professional and effective communication and interpersonal skills


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