Director of Enterprise Financial Planning and Analysis
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The Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas is currently seeking a Director of Enterprise Financial Planning and Analysis.
The Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) will serve upper level management to make strategic, operational, and tactical decisions. FP&A will tackle a dynamic array of issues often focusing on changes and adjustments to the underlying business.
• Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance; MBA highly preferred.
• 5+ years’ experience as Manager or Director of Financial Planning and Analysis.
• Experience in multi-unit retail/restaurant concepts preferred.
• Must be able to provide authorization to work in the United States.
• Required to obtain and maintain a gaming license from the KTTT Gaming Commission.
• Must keep all documents current and valid at all times.
• Kickapoo Tribe or other Tribal preference preferred.
• Forecast results of the future, analyze trends, and look out for possible challenges emerging in the business before they fully impact the financials.
• Serve as the primary individual responsible for due diligence review of acquisitions, expansions and divestitures. The portfolio of enterprises are based in the US and Mexico.
• Excellent English and preferably Spanish oral and written communication skills.
• Strong leadership skills required.
• Advanced Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint skills.
• Highest standards of accuracy and precision; highly organized.
• Articulate with excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Ability to think creatively, highly-driven and self-motivated.
• Demonstrated ability to roll-up sleeves and work with team members in a hands-on management capacity.
• Must bring quantitative, analytic support to decision-making for management to evaluate options appropriately and measure progress toward reaching company goals.
The Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas (KTTT), formerly known as the Texas Band of Traditional Kickapoo, is one of three federally recognized Tribes of Kickapoo people. The KTTT Reservation is located on the Rio Grande on the US-Mexico border in western Maverick County. Also, it’s just south of the city of Eagle Pass, as part of the community of Rosita Valley. The KTTT has a population of 960 enrolled members and was officially recognized by the Texas Indian Commission in 1977.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.