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Director, Consolidations & Reporting
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Director, Consolidations & Reporting
**Wyndham Destinations** is searching for a Director of Consolidations &
Reporting in Orlando, FL. The Director, Consolidations & Reporting is
responsible for leading the E&R month and quarter-end close processes, as
well as ensuring that all monthly SOX documentation is prepared timely and accurately. He/she will be responsible for providing accounting
and reporting support to management and the regional finance teams and assist
in purchase accounting and related accounting position papers for newly
acquired entities, as well as assisting in the integration of acquired entities.
He/she will also be responsible for providing various reports to Finance
management as well as various corporate groups (Internal and External Reporting)
and will lead various special accounting projects. Additionally, he/she
will be involved with helping to develop accounting policies and ensuring
regional compliance.

Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

1. 50% Global Consolidation & Reporting

2. Lead and direct the month-endclose and consolidation process, including the issuance of internal andregional reporting calendars, conducting regional financial statement analysis andthe review and consolidation of various internal reporting deliverables.

3. Oversee the monthly reportinganalyses and reviews (including but not limited to the detailed BS analyses,P&L, Cash Flow, CTA and intercompany reviews) to ensure all assessments areconducted timely and that all issues or questions are resolved and documentedefficiently and effectively.

4. Lead the review of themonthly currency assessment. Completed through various analyses, such asassessing the forecasted vs actual hedge position reports, validating that thehedge positions are appropriately reflected on the financial statements andthat the P&L impact, driven by the transactional BS revaluations, isappropriately reflective of the monthly currency movement. Business partnerwith the BU's and Treasury to investigate and remediate any issues.

5. Key business units contactfor trouble shooting and guidance regarding the population of HFM and FDM.

6. Validate that the finalaccounting methodology is appropriately reflected within the BS, P&L and CashFlow for any specific guidance provided to the regional finance teams on variousaccounting issues, new revenue streams, legal entity liquidations, acquisitionsand other non-recurring transactions.

7. Review the required monthlyand quarterly reporting deliverables to Corporate and ensure compliance withall reporting and deliverable deadlines.

8. Assist in the review ofthe Form 10K and Form 10Q, and act as a key stakeholder in preparing theEarnings Release and Script commentary related to E&R. Lead in thecompilation of support packages and MD&A.

9. Direct the completionof US governmental census requirements, as well as review regional statutoryand tax filings.

10. 20% Technical Accounting

11. Business partner withTechnical Accounting and the regional finance teams by providing guidance onaccounting issues, new revenue streams and other non-recurring transactions.

12. Create, review and maintainaccounting policies to ensure they comply with US GAAP. Act as key lead in assessing new US GAAPguidance and directing/coordinating implementation.

13. Draft accountingposition papers for various non-recurring transactions, as required, andconclude as such in the non-routine process.

14. Lead theliquidation/dissolution process of dormant entities and present to uppermanagement for approval.

15. Key stakeholder in thereview of purchase accounting related matters for newly acquired entities andtheir integration subsequent to acquisition.

16. 30% Other

17. Oversee process improvementefforts

18. Own the monthly Chartof Account process including approving all additions and changes in HFM, FDMEE,Oracle and Essbase.

19. Ensure compliance withthe Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Lead in thedesign, implementation and review of controls and procedures, includingcoordinating with internal and external auditors during their audits and reviews.

20. Liaison and support theFinancial Systems team on implementations, upgrades and other systems changes (HFM,FDM, Oracle and Essbase), as well as oversee acquisition integration.

21. Business partner withthe FP&A team in assessing pre and post close forecast variances, as wellas ensuring both parties of informed of key financial and businessdevelopments.

22. Business partner withTax on various accounting and tax initiatives, such as reorganizations and theimplementation of new guidance.

23. Key special project lead- performance currency, devaluation and impairment analyses, intercompanynetting and cross selling initiatives.

24. Manage multiple staff,overseeing their productivity, engagement and professional development.

**Scope/Financial Responsibility**

E&R has a $250M annual EBITDA target and $200M
free cash flow that the group is responsible for forecasting and tracking.


**10% - Occasional travel to regions toassist with their forecasting** **processes,** **special projects and the integrationof acquisitions as appropriate**


Key competencies include- Building Trust, Driving for
Results, Business Acumen, Leadership Disposition, Count on Me and Innovation

**Organizational Relationships**

Internal - E&R SLT, Corporate reporting, E&R and Corporate
FP&A, E&R Regions, Internal Audit, Tax, Treasury and Investor
Relations. External - Auditors
and consultants as needed.

**MinimumRequirements and Qualifications**

a) Bachelors Degree in Accounting, CPA required

b) Minimum of 10 years' experience: a mix of progressive experience
in Public and Private accounting preferred

c) Strong knowledge of US GAAP and strong analytical skills. Experience
with SEC reporting requirements

d) Knowledge of Hyperion/HFM preferred. Ability to design and maintain reporting to
meet the needs of the business

e) Ability to work under pressure and within tight deadlines. Must be able to adapt to changing requests
and prioritize workload.

f) Detail oriented

g) Strong leadership abilities and experience leading a team
of professionals in a dynamic and fast paced environment

h) Strong organizational and communication skills

i) Innovative team player that challenges current processes

_Unlessthere is a legal requirement, experience will be accepted for the educationrequirement._

Envision your career with one of the world's largest hospitality companies. Wyndham Vacation Ownership, a member of Wyndham Worldwide's (NYSE: WYN) family of companies, is the world's largest vacation ownership business, as measured by the number of vacation ownership resorts, individual vacation ownership units and owners of vacation ownership interests. Headquartered in Orlando, Florida, the company develops and operates an expansive portfolio of resorts, managing comprehensive vacation ownership sales, marketing, and consumer financing operations. The company's seven primary consumer brands include: CLUB WYNDHAM®, WorldMark® by Wyndham, CLUB WYNDHAM® ASIA, WorldMark South Pacific Club by Wyndham, Shell Vacations Club, Margaritaville Vacation Club® by Wyndham and WYNDHAM CLUB BRASILSM. As of December 31, 2016, the company has developed or acquired 219 vacation ownership resorts in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, South America and the South Pacific that represent approximately 25,000 individual vacation ownership units and nearly 900,000 owners of vacation ownership interests. Wyndham Vacation Ownership is supported by approximately 18,000 associates worldwide.

As one of FORTUNE Magazine's Most Admired Companies, Wyndham Worldwide is one family, one team of professionals who actively strive to provide our customers and each other with our signature Count On Me! Service promise. A promise to be responsive to needs, to be respectful in every way and deliver a great experience. It's more than a promise, at Wyndham it's been recognized as a commitment, visible in our awards including Newsweek's 100 Greenest Companies, Diversity Inc's 25 Noteworthy Companies and Ethisphere Institute Lists of the World's Most Ethical Companies amongst others. Come and join our Wyndham Family and discover the rewards for your career.


A career at Wyndham offers you great benefit opportunities with a competitive package of salary and bonus, benefits and recognition. In addition to great employee discounts on such travel related areas as hotel & lodging, car rentals & other goods & services, you will receive:

+ Medical/dental and vision care plans

+ A 401(k) program that matches dollar for dollar up to 6% of salary (to government max)

+ Programs that include Flexible Spending Accounts, short & long term disability, life insurance & educational assistance amongst others

Along the way, you will have an opportunity to contribute to improving the world around us through our volunteer efforts and global sustainability program, Wyndham Green.

Come and be part of One Family, One Team, One Company . . . Wyndham

**_People Make the Difference_**

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