Senior Accountant (13-month Term), Atlantic Lottery; Moncton

Accounting / Finance


About the Employer

Atlantic Lottery's mandate is to provide government regulated and responsible products for those Atlantic Canadians who choose to game and, through that effort, deliver 100% of lottery profits to their four provincial shareholders here in Atlantic Canada.

Returning 100% of our profit to the communities of Atlantic Canada is a big part of how we give back. It always will be. However building stronger communities is about more than profits returned. We help create business income for thousands of retailers and suppliers. We employ over 600 people across Atlantic Canada. Our employees are active volunteers in their communities and, we support more than 100 festivals and events that help make Atlantic Canada so special.

We also work hard to ensure our games are enjoyed responsibly, that they are fair and that they stay out of the hands of minors. Transparency is also important to us. If our players, or any member of the public have a question, they can ask us anything through our customer care centre, social media or at One of our employees will happily and quickly respond.

We believe in leadership in our community and in our business. It’s how we contribute to the good things happening here. We’re not doing it alone, we’re simply doing our part.

When you play with Atlantic Lottery, you don’t just play to win, you play to make a difference.

About the role

The Senior Accountant - Investments role encompasses comprehensive subject matter expertise for Capital Assets Management, Project Cost Management, and Financial Modeling including a thorough understanding of all transactions, associated business processes, applicable legislative and regulatory considerations, appropriate accounting treatments, and end-to-end flow of journal entries throughout the entire process cycle.

The Senior Accountant is responsible for the preparation of corporate budget and projections and for monthly analysis of financial performance and impact on goals set, as well as for the administration of the monthly project forecasting process and general business support for new projects and business initiatives.

The Senior Accountant is expected to provide timely business and customer support in all areas of accountability.


Financial Modeling and Evaluation - Provide primary accounting support on new business initiatives to ensure appropriate requirements and structures (accounting, operational, tax, etc.) are achieved; transform business ideas into financially sound and defendable business plans that demonstrate alignment to ALC's strategic initiatives and provide financial recommendations; objectively evaluate corporate benefits achieved as compared to approved plan.

Capital Assets Management - Maintain completeness and accuracy of Capital Assets records.

Project Costing - Maintain completeness and accuracy of Project records; work closely with the PMO to ensure accurate and timely reflection of available and consumed project funds.

Financial Accounting - Prepare/review journal entries, reconciliations, and analysis to ensure financial transactions are complete, reliable, and compliant with IFRS standards and other applicable legislation; maintain a solid understanding of Chart of Account and tax rules.

Budgets and Projections - Work closely with Capital, Project, and other Strategic Initiative business planners to prepare the annual budget and projections using a strong understanding of IFRS regulations to ensure financial accuracy and compliance. Validate assumptions, analyze results to assess impact on corporate goals, and provide recommendations regarding risks and opportunities in partnership with business owners.


  • CPA designation or in the process of completing designation
  • Minimum of five years' experience in an intermediate finance role with emphasis on analytical work
  • Experience with financial evaluation
  • Comfortable challenging others
  • Strong critical thinking skills
  • Ability to translate business ideas into financial plans and identify associated corporate impacts
  • Customer service focused

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There are many reasons why we choose to work at Atlantic Lottery (AL) and one of the most important is feeling a sense of belonging and pride in being part of a company that exists to make Atlantic Canada a better place. AL wants to give back by investing in you through career development and growth that enhances your skills and leaves you feeling energized to come to work each day. We believe our most important asset is our people and we want you to progress at the pace of your talent and to the degree of your commitment. Does this opportunity fit within your development interests? 

At Atlantic Lottery, we are committed to fostering an inclusive, accessible environment, where all employees and customers feel valued, respected and supported. We are dedicated to building a workforce that reflects the diversity of our customers and communities in which we live and serve. If you require an accommodation for the recruitment/interview process (including alternate formats of materials, or accessible meeting rooms or other accommodation), please let us know and we will work with you to meet your needs.

Should other vacancies arise within the next six months in the Finance function, applicants of this competition could be considered for those roles.