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Capital Equipment Valuation Senior Manager

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PwC

7d ago

  • Job
    Full-time
    Senior Level
  • Banking & Finance
  • $103K - $171.8K
  • Ottawa

AI generated summary

  • You need a Bachelor's degree and experience in tangible assets valuations, strong MS Excel skills, managerial experience, and a desire to pursue an ASA designation. Fluency in French and experience in capital projects are assets.
  • You will lead tangible asset valuation projects, analyze valuations, manage teams, coach junior members, and support business development initiatives.

Requirements

  • Experiences and skills you’ll use to solve:
  • Bachelor's degree in engineering, business, finance or accounting with demonstrated aptitude in quantitative and qualitative analysis
  • Experience in tangible assets valuations within a Big 4 or major appraisal firm
  • Managerial experience, supervising diverse teams to create an atmosphere of trust, seeking diverse views to encourage improvement and innovation and coaching staff including providing timely meaningful written and verbal feedback
  • An interest in pursuing an Accredited Senior Appraiser (ASA) designation in Machinery & Technical Specialties from the American Society of Appraisers
  • Strong MS Office skills, in particular MS Excel modeling skills.
  • Experienced at preparing and/or coordinating complex written and verbal materials
  • Proven ability to manage team members, project workflows and deliver on time
  • This position requires occasional travel, which may be up to 10% of your time.
  • This role doesn’t support completion of the Canadian CPA designation
  • When applying to a Quebec based opportunity, fluency in French is required. Outside of Quebec, fluency in French is an asset
  • The following experiences and skills are considered an asset:
  • Experience with capital projects and infrastructure, financial planning and analysis, cost building and cost segregation studies
  • Experience with database management and mass appraisal modeling techniques in Access, Power BI, PowerPivot, and/or Alteryx or alternate programming modules
  • P. App., AACI - Accredited Appraiser Canadian Institute / RICS – Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors / equivalent accreditations from other valuation/appraisal institutes

Responsibilities

  • As a Senior Manager, you’ll work as part of a team of problem solvers, helping to solve business issues, deliver high quality client service and operational efficiency. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
  • Understanding the assets subject to valuation, as well as the industry in which they are situated , by analyzing fixed assets register/subledger, balance sheets, technical reports, processes flows, engineering drawings and other technical documents provided by the clients
  • Leading the creation and reviewing tangible valuation models based on valuation principles including the market and cost approaches. The tangible assets valuation models don’t generally include the income approach through discounted cash flow analysis, it is important for you to have basic concepts of it and be able to interpret it
  • Leading multiple work streams for, and/or participating on, client-facing project teams and engagements, driving toward the development of creative solutions that involve performing site inspections; conducting interviews with clients; and performing in-depth machinery and equipment, client, industry, and market research
  • Leading the analysis of third-party valuations, challenge of assumptions, and performing sensitivity analyses
  • Leading the creation and reviewing internal memorandums and/or client reports that communicate research findings and recommendations concisely and effectively
  • Establishing credibility with existing clients by demonstrating subject matter expertise and knowledge
  • Managing valuations teams while coaching and supporting more junior team members in guiding and reviewing their work outputs
  • Participating in internal and external business development initiatives (such as digitization, industry specialization, client meetings, etc.)
  • Providing support to team members in valuation technical skills, industry knowledge and soft skills

FAQs

What qualifications are required for the Capital Equipment Valuation Senior Manager role?

To be considered for this role, candidates should have a Bachelor's degree in engineering, business, finance or accounting with demonstrated aptitude in quantitative and qualitative analysis. Additionally, experience in tangible assets valuations within a Big 4 or major appraisal firm is required.

What are the key responsibilities of a Senior Manager in Capital Equipment Valuation?

The key responsibilities of a Senior Manager in Capital Equipment Valuation include understanding assets subject to valuation, leading the creation and reviewing tangible valuation models, analyzing third-party valuations, participating in client-facing project teams, managing valuation team members, and engaging in internal and external business development initiatives.

Are there any specific certifications or designations required for this role?

While not required, an interest in pursuing an Accredited Senior Appraiser (ASA) designation in Machinery & Technical Specialties from the American Society of Appraisers would be beneficial for this role. Additionally, certifications such as P. App., AACI or RICS are considered assets.

Is travel a requirement for the Capital Equipment Valuation Senior Manager role?

Yes, occasional travel may be required for this role, potentially up to 10% of your time.

What software skills are necessary for a Senior Manager in Capital Equipment Valuation?

Strong MS Office skills, particularly MS Excel modeling skills, are essential for this role. Experience with database management and mass appraisal modeling techniques in Access, Power BI, PowerPivot, and/or Alteryx is also considered an asset.

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PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) is one of the Big 4 accounting firms and a leading professional services organisation. PwC offers a broad range of services, including audit and assurance, tax consulting, advisory, and legal services. They work with clients across various industries, from multinational corporations to startups, providing insights, expertise, and solutions to help them address complex challenges and achieve their goals. PwC's ultimate mission is to build trust in society and solve important problems. They strive to enhance transparency, integrity, and accountability in financial reporting, while also supporting sustainable business practices and societal advancement. PwC's purpose is to contribute to creating trust and value for their clients, people, and wider stakeholders, driving confidence and fostering innovation in a rapidly changing world.

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