Located in downtown Montreal, our client is a mid-size and growing accounting firm seeking to engage an Accounting Supervisor.   Our client has an established client base, as well as a tax and consulting practice and offers very competitive base salary and full benefits experience.  The client has an excellent flexible, team, people and family oriented working environment.  The ideal candidate will be bilingual with of 5-10 years of experience.  Positive energetic attitude, good organisational, communication and good computer literacy skills are a must. Previous experience in a service related industry and knowledge of would be a definite asset.  Salary is commensurate with experience in addition to a competitive benefit package ($70,000-$85,000).


  • Scheduling all work assignments and maintaining the work schedule and timelines
  • Supervision of the bookkeeping team
  • Review of personal tax returns
  • Training of new bookkeeping team

The Accounting Supervisor will also review and supervise:

  • notice to reader assignments, including both operating companies and investment companies and reviewing the related Corporate tax returns
  • the preparation of T4’s and T5’s
  • the preparation of monthly or quarterly sales tax filings for clients

The candidate would work directly with the partners and the management team and would be the resource person for all the bookkeeping team.


  • Bachelor in Accounting
  • CPA CA or CPA CGA designation would be a plus
  • Must be a team player and have ability to work well with deadlines
  • Hardworking, dedicated and hands-on, able to work multiple engagements at the same time
  • Good technical accounting and tax knowledge (corporate, personal and commodity)
  • 5-10 years of relevant working experience, with great communication skills
  • Good excel and IT skills, familiarity and strength in working with mid-size accounting systems; 

The successful candidate will also demonstrate a high level of commitment to the Company’s success, client service and employee satisfaction and retention.