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Finance Director

Mondrian Mexico City Condesa | Aguascalientes 156, Hipódromo, Cuauhtémoc, 06100 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

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Company Description

With captivating design and artful cuisine, Mondrian Condesa captures the vibrant energy of global cultural hotspot, Mexico City. Perfectly located at the crossroads of two must-explore neighborhoods, the hotel transports guests to a modern cultural fairytale. A vivid Ara Starck mural sets the tone in each of the sunlit 183 rooms and suites, and shines amid serene and modern decor. Discovery continues in Mondrian Condesa's four locally-beloved restaurants and bars.

From The Flower Shop, to the creative mixology of La Terraza and the magnetic rooftop Skybar, each venue at Mondrian Mexico City Condesa offers a unique experience.

Job Description

Oversee and direct all aspects of the finance function, including the accounting operation, financial reporting, lender relationship management, and compliance with tax and other governmental authorities.

TASKS AND FUNCTIONS

- Directs the hotel's accounting department to ensure the implementation of sound accounting procedures and controls, as well as timely, reliable and accurate financial reporting.

- Responsible for all personnel matters related to the finance function, including hiring, training and mentoring of employees.

- Oversees the hotel's accounting systems and ensures full utilization of system capabilities.

- Responsible for establishing the most effective and efficient accounting organization and processes to support hotel operations.

- Provides support to the hotel's General Manager and Executive Committee, including periodic reports, financial analysis, forecasting, etc.

- Provides financial input on all significant business decisions.

- Oversees departmental costs throughout the hotel and provides leadership in cost control and reduction.

- Monitors financial performance and provides the management team with early warnings of deviations from budget or forecast. Proactively responds to business developments and assists the management team in taking appropriate action to address changing circumstances.

- Oversees that all reporting requirements and information requests are met in a timely manner.

- Oversees the consolidation of financial information for reporting to banks and joint venture partners.

- Oversees the compilation of financial information for reporting to accountants and tax authorities.

- Oversees Food & Beverage accounting and reporting and monitors relationships and responses.

- Responsible for establishing relationships with banks and monitoring compliance with all loan agreements and covenants.

- Responsible for managing and supporting the annual budget process.

- Oversees capital project budgets and reporting.

- You will maintain a positive attitude and attention to detail throughout the shift.

Qualifications

  • Minimum 5 years of senior financial leadership experience, preferably in the hotel/hospitality industry. 
  • Proficient in complex accounting software, Microsoft applications, and relevant computer tools. 
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills. 
  • Strong interpersonal and problem-solving abilities. 
  • Highly responsible, reliable, and detail-oriented. 
  • Ability to work cohesively as part of a team and remain calm and courteous under pressure. 

Additional Information

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
- Communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, to provide clear instructions.
- Speak to employees using a positive and clear tone of voice, listen and understand requests, respond with appropriate actions and provide accurate information.
- Remain calm and alert, especially during emergency situations and/or high activity, serving as a role model for the team and other employees. Interact with other department personnel and site staff as needed.
- Make decisions and perform actions based on past experience and good judgment, sometimes revising procedures to adapt to unusual situations.
- Develop and implement cost saving and profit improvement measures within their scope of responsibility.

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