Hyatt Accounting Manager in OLYMPIC VALLEY, California

Play an ongoing role in the creation, execution and refinement of profitable financial strategies designed to maximize opportunities for Resort at Squaw Creek, while also ensuring excellence in the Company’s day-to-day financial accounting, reporting, analytical and planning functions, as well as the integration of best practices.


The Accounting Manager must have a minimum of 5 years of finance/ accounting experience in the hospitality industry, preferable in a complex operations environment. He/She must have a proven track record of success as a team member in a strong and innovative Finance organization in a fast-paced environment. An undergraduate degree in accounting or related field is preferred. The candidate should possess strong excel skills, and have knowledge of hotel PMS, POS and back-office accounting systems. Experience with Oracle is preferred.

The Accounting Manager must be an effective leader, a well organized, take-charge professional who makes things happen, and who has a strong orientation to quality, accuracy, and timeliness. The Accounting Manager must be entrepreneurial and detail-oriented; willing to roll up his/her sleeves and is hands-on. He or she must have an analytical mind sufficient to assess business performance and opportunities, as well as to evaluate problems and develop solutions.

The Accounting Manager must be a polished and dynamic team player, an open, willing communicator who is not uncomfortable or shy in dealing directly with challenging issues. Effective communication is an important ingredient to success in this position. The Accounting Manager must also be professional and ethical, demonstrating personal integrity, loyalty, tact, sound judgment, openness and diligence.

Primary Location: US-CA-Olympic Valley
Organization: Resort at Squaw Creek
Pay Basis: Yearly
Job Level: Full-time
Job: Accounting/Finance/Tax
Req ID: OLY000007

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