What we’re about
IMAX is not your everyday entertainment experience, so it’s not surprising that IMAX employees and their careers go beyond the ordinary.
Our employees share a passion for quality in everything they do. Our Hollywood people are movie business insiders with years of production experience.
Our technology experts are unashamedly geeky people who can talk for hours, and be riveting, about color gamut and lasers.
Our business people are consummate sales and marketing professionals who are spreading the IMAX word around the world.
Of course we offer all the benefits you’d expect from a company with over 50 years of history. Yet, beyond this, we know everyone works differently and is motivated by different things.
That’s why we offer competitive pay and a wide assortment of benefits to help you make the most of your life at work and away from it.
As the world’s leading entertainment technology company, IMAX has revolutionized the way people experience movies. Specializing in immersive motion picture technologies, our employees are driven by a passion to take audiences around the world to places they’ve only dreamed of.
Come explore IMAX where innovation, creativity and passion come together.
The Director, Corporate Treasurer reports to the Senior Vice President, Finance & Controller and is responsible for the day-to-day management of the company’s liquidity, including its cash balances and revolving credit facility;
cash forecasting; monitoring and ensuring compliance with all debt covenants, assisting in the maintenance of key relationships with banks, investment managers, and consultants;
and the direct oversight of the Accounts Payable function. In addition, this position is responsible for monitoring and advising the Senior Vice President, Finance & Controller on economic, market and regulatory developments that potentially impact the company’s cash and liquidity.
What you’ll be doing :
Manage all cash management functions including cash concentration, wires, account funding.
Ensure adequate liquidity for working capital needs and invest short term excess cash.
Report on global cash balances and analyze monthly changes in liquidity position.
Manage intercompany cash, including intercompany lending, dividends, and capital contributions.
Prepare and analyze cash flow projections by individual entity and on a consolidated basis.
Forecast global cash balances and interest expense and income.
Determine short and long-term cash flow forecast requirements.
Assist in the maintenance of banking and financial institution relationships, including the negotiation of bank and service fees and the implementation of new bank technologies, products and services to improve the cash cycle and simplify company operations.
Day-to-day management of the company’s revolving credit facility and other debt facilities, including the management of borrowings and repayments and the monitoring of covenant compliance.
Support long-term capital markets activities, including any amendment to or refinancing of the Company’s revolving credit facility and any long-term debt financings.
Support the administration of the company’s share repurchase program.
Ensure compliance with internal controls, policies and procedures, including Sarbanes-Oxley compliance.
Develop and monitor treasury operational policies, including the management and compliance with the company’s Corporate Investment Policy.
Assist in the evaluation, recommendation, and implementation of financing strategies to maintain adequate liquidity and reduce the Company’s cost of capital.
Provide Treasury reporting to company’s Controller, CFO and Audit Committee.
Drive cross-functional process improvements by championing new ideas and solutions to optimize company’s cash flow and reduce cost of capital.
Assess, manage, and mitigate foreign currency exposure, including the management of the company’s USD / CAD foreign exchange hedging program and possible hedging of other currencies, as needed.
Manage credit approvals and fraud prevention.
Support projects throughout the organization acting as a subject matter expert on liquidity to assist where needed.
Responsible for the accounts payable team including approval of payment proposals and cash flow management.
What we’re looking for :
Bachelor’s Degree in Business and Certified Treasury Professional designation (CFA and / or CPA designation a plus)
Experience working in global and public company business environment
Minimum of 7-10 years of overall experience in finance, with demonstrated experiences in corporate finance, cash management, capital and currency markets, and foreign currency hedging
Demonstrated progression in scope of responsibilities, leadership capacity and accountabilities
Solid understanding of business processes, revenue, and disbursement cycles
Highly data proficient with advanced Excel and Access skills and other software
In-depth understanding of the principles of planning, budgeting, assigning, directing, coordinating, and reviewing work
Ability to analyze financial data and interpret into both oral and narrative form
Strong analytical, financial and systems skills are required
Familiarity with SAP is a plus
Impeccable integrity and trustworthiness
Ability to effectively communicate and interact at all levels of the organization
The ideal candidate will have :
Strong business acumen - we aim to recruit well-rounded finance professionals that understand the broader context in which they operate.
Strong leadership skills - the next generation of IMAX senior leaders will have the ability to inspire, develop and mentor their teams.
Strong communication skills - the ideal candidate will have the ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing, to all levels of the organization.
Accountability and ownership success will be defined through the candidate being accountable to themselves and their teammates and taking ownership of the outcomes they are responsible for.