A tradition of hospitality
In Louisiana, we use the term, "lagniappe" when talking about anything that involves "a little something extra"... "above and beyond"... "exceeding expectations". Isn't that what hospitality's all about? Delivering more than you promise to satisfy your guests? We think it is, and we believe it's also the fundamental principle upon which strong business relationships are forged.
Dimension has earned a reputation of success by sticking with a few, basic business philosophies:
- Be affiliated with great brands!
- Recruit and retain great people!
- Continuously improve!
It's not complicated. Call it "the basics". But, we've built a winning tradition by:
- Selecting winning development sites and capitalizing on well-timed acquisition opportunities.
- Working with a winning combination of industry-leading lenders, architects, contractors, and vendor-partners.
- Maintaining a geographically diversified portfolio of superior hotel product concepts in markets with upside growth potential.
- Verify, allocate, and post details of business transactions to subsidiary accounts in journals or computer files from documents, such as sales slips, invoices, receipts, check stubs, and computer printouts.
- Summarize details in separate ledgers or computer files and transfers data to general ledger.
- Reconcile and balance accounts.
- May compile reports to show statistics, such as cash receipts and expenditures, accounts payable and receivable, profit and loss, and other items pertinent to operation of business.
- May calculate employee wages from records or time cards and prepare checks for payment of wages.
- May prepare withholding, Social Security, and other tax reports. May compute, type, and mail monthly statements to customers. May complete records to, or through, trial balance.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Compute and record numbers correctly.
- Follow procedures for keeping records.
- Use eyes, hands, and fingers at the same time to enter figures in books and forms, or to operate a calculator or personal computer.
- Perform work that is routine and detailed.
- Read and copy large quantities of numbers without error.
Bachelor's degree in Accounting.
Minimum 2 years experience as a bookkeeping clerk with some supervisory responsibilities and 2 years experience in the accounting field; OR, an equivalent combination of education and experience.