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  • IRVING, Texas, $100MM construction company is seeking a new Chief Financial Officer, reporting directly to the President of the Company. The CFO is responsible for the financial operation, management, and administration of the company, including accounting, treasury, human resources, risk management, taxation, auditing, and compliance. Financial Management: Prepare timely and accurate monthly, quarterly, and interim financial statements for 3 operating companies. Create and review monthly departmental P&Ls with divisional leadership. Create yearly budget working hand in hand with Operations leadership. Develop equipment capital expenditure planning for expansion and retirements. Manage monthly job cost WIP meeting for job status and performance. Coordinate and manage the yearly audit proceedings with external audit team. Responsible for payroll tax, sales tax, property tax, and numerous other excise taxes. Manage and supply data to external tax consultant for federal and state income tax and franchise tax filings. Manage numerous external audits by clients in accordance with contract language. Act as lead in contract negotiations with Gulf Coast clients. Assist IT director in development of Company ERP, implementation, sourcing, and renewals of various financial/accounting software. Run ad hoc reports for senior management to support various business ventures across multiple entities.   Cash Management: Execute a 13-week cash flow model to predict cash position based on billings and disbursements. Protect cash position of Company and ensure investments protect capital and provide acceptable risk-based return. Maintain numerous private owner accounts for various entities.   Banking/Surety Develop and maintain healthy relationships with multiple banking partners keeping them apprised of financial developments within the business. Manage revolving line of credit facility. Produce bank covenants and deliver to various banks in accordance with agreements. Source city bonds based on operational needs. Maintain relationship with bonding agent and surety partner.   Equipment: Act as financial liaison sourcing equipment financing/leases for capex spend identified in yearly budget from various banks/captives. Manage equipment fleet program and work to establish orders to replace higher mileage units. Responsible for the listing and disposal of all equipment via auction or internal sale. Negotiate RPO agreements. Maintain relationship with fuel provider and ensure deliveries to 13 tanks are timely and accurate. Administrate Gasboy fob and WEX fuel card program. Review exception reporting from fuel card program and monitor for fraud. Create and distribute weekly equipment utilization reporting.   Commercial Insurance: Maintain financial oversight of Captive Insurance program for General Liability, Auto, and Workers Compensation policies. Work with broker to source Property, Pollution, Professional, Management, Crime, Cyber and Excess policies. Review monthly, quarterly, and yearly claims activity with broker. Attend and actively participate in yearly Captive insurance meetings. Update auto and equipment insured list for sales and acquisitions. Manage yearly audits of Auto, General Liability, and Workers Compensation programs. Work with TWC and actuary on yearly basis to roll off deposit with State.   Employee Benefits: Responsible for the administration, compliance, and risk management for all employee benefit plans. Act as liaison between Company and broker. Manage new relationship with Captive insurer and monitor program disbursements. Ensure the onboarding process and enrollment of employees runs efficiently. Coordinate with internal counsel on HR matters requiring active management.   Software Skills: Proficient in Microsoft Excel Familiar with Microsoft Sequential Software Experience with ERP accounting software; ideally Vista construction acco Based on skill set and work experience.
  • Sacramento, California, We are currently looking for a Direct of Finance/Controller with experience in the construction industry to join our team. Reporting to the President, this person will be responsible for overseeing and managing all financial aspects of the company, ensuring financial control, accuracy and accountability, as well as compliance with company policies and procedures. Responsibilities: · Supervise direct reports and manage the day-to-day accounting operations, including accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, and general ledger activities. · Prepare and analyze POC & CCM financial statements, including income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements in compliance with GAAP · Ensure all financial records are accurate and that all transactions are recorded in accordance with company policies and procedures. · Manage the annual budgeting and forecasting process, working with other management team members to establish financial goals and objectives. · Provide financial analysis to other management team members to help with decision-making. · Oversee the management of cash flow · Work closely with project managers and senior management to analyze and review project financial performance. · Manage relationships with external auditors and other financial professionals. · Protect company assets by establishing, monitoring, and enforcing internal controls. · Protect accounting records by keeping financial information and plans confidential. Qualifications: · Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance · CPA, CMA, or CCIFP preferred · 7+ years of experience in accounting or finance, preferably in the construction industry, · Strong knowledge of accounting principles and practices · Experience with financial statement preparation and analysis · Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. · Strong analytical and problem-solving skills · Ability to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines. · Experience with MAS200 Accounting software and all Microsoft Office Products This is a full-time position working in an office environment Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Job Type: Full-time Salary: $120,000.00 - $135,000.00 per year Benefits: 401(k) 401(k) matching Dental insurance Disability insurance Flexible spending account Health insurance Paid time off Vision insurance Experience level: 7 years Physical setting: Office Schedule: 8-hour shift - Monday to Friday Supplemental pay types: Bonus opportunities Ability to commute/relocate: Sacramento, CA 95826: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required) Experience: GAAP: 7 years (Preferred) Work Location: In person Supplemental pay types: Bonus opportunities
  • Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, Summary of Position: The Accounting Manager position is responsible for staff supervision and the supervision of the accounting department responsibilities. This position will work closely with the Estimating and Operations departments and will lead the daily accounting operations and HR responsibilities. Job Duties: Ensures an accurate and timely monthly, quarterly, and year-end close. Budget reports, preparation of budgets and forecasts, and analysis of budgets. Manages and performs general accounting functions, including but not limited to accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, financial reporting, and taxes. Create workers' compensation report for insurance Reviews and analyzes financial statements to ensure accuracy, completeness, and compliance with Statutory Accounting Principles (SAP) Perform ad hoc analyses and projects as requested Risk management Create certified payroll reports Documents and interprets complicated financial information for managers and executives. Revenue stream, cash flow, and reserve level management Maintain current knowledge of current accounting standards and state and federal policies Selection Criteria: 3-5 years of relevant experience Education: Minimum 2-year accounting/business degree, 4-year preferred Contracting Accounting experience preferred Strong organizational, written, and verbal communication skills required Detail-oriented, ability to multi-task and work independently High level of experience with QuickBooks (or equivalent), Microsoft Excel, and relevant programs Job Type: Full-time Salary: $85,000.00 - $95,000.00 per year Benefits: 401(k) Dental insurance Health insurance Paid time off Vision insurance Flextime   Experience level:   3 years salary increase if Controller level experience
  • Las Vegas, Nevada, Enjoy a hybrid schedule and a 4-day work week (36 hours) in beautiful Las Vegas, Nevada! Seeking a CONTROLLER with experience working in the RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION industry. This is an excellent PERMANENT job with an outstanding company that builds and sells quality homes.  Earn $135k - $150k plus benefits. Relocation assistance available. Responsibilities: Financial management GAAP Annual Budgets Monthly financials, balance sheet Job Costing Process Documentation Variance Analysis WRAP Policies Financial audits Insurance audits Oversee AP and Payroll Implementation of new processes Qualifications: Experience in the Residential Construction industry. 7-10 years accounting experience. A strong leader with a supportive, team-building style. Hands-on proficiency working across several departments. Attuned to deadlines and details. Knowledge of accounting principles and procedures. Knowledge of GAAP. Analytical and critical thinking. Excellent written and verbal communication. Ideally has helped create an accounting department.
  • Orlando, Florida, We are confidentially seeking a Construction CFO for a midsize general contractor in the Detroit, MI area to oversee all finance, banking, insurance, accounting, IT and general administration for the firm.  This is an exceptional growth opportunity with exceptional pay for someone seeking a CFO role with a major construction company.  THE FIRM------- The firm is employee-owned, established, profitable and growing. The firm has a regional focus in Michigan, Illinois and neighboring states and is involved with building a variety of commercial, industrial and civil projects.  The firm has multiple offices and offers a wonderful people-oriented culture, with long-term employees. THE POSITION------ This position reports to the president and is available due to the firm's recent company growth and the retirement of an incumbent. The job responsibilities include, but are not limited to, overseeing all finance, banking, insurance, accounting, IT and general administration for the firm. Although we prefer someone who has functioned as CFO, we are willing to consider an up-and-comer (Controller or VP Finance) who is ready to take his or her career to the next level.   Local experience or networks are not necessary and we are open to relocating a candidate from anywhere in the USA.  Candidates must have worked at a construction company for 10 years or more with annual revenues over $50 million (EPC, CM, GC, Highway, Heavy, or Specialty Trade).  Candidates should have experience with budget preparation, strategic planning, internal controls, tax, audit functions, and related software. Candidates should also have good skills in communication, time management, personnel management, client/vendor management, leadership.  CONFIDENTIAL RESUMES---------- ALL RESUMES WILL BE HELD IN STRICT CONFIDENCE and not dispersed without PRIOR approval.  As an established, retainer-based executive search firm, we can provide someone with confidential and professional representation.  HMC-----------  Hornberger Management Company is a retainer-based, construction recruitment firm exclusively dedicated to recruiting corporate board members and senior executives for the construction industry. As a senior construction recruiter, we find Board Directors, Chairman, Presidents, CEOs, COOs, CFOs and the senior officers who report to them. In addition, we find outside corporate directors and contract executives for consulting or interim assignments. Focusing on a niche within the specialty of construction allows us to exclusively spend our time cultivating relationships with construction executives at the summit of the industry. Our focus delivers faster results that more wide-ranging firms simply cannot duplicate.. With over 38 years in operation as a construction management recruiter, we are recognized as original pioneers in bringing construction executive recruitment to the industry.  Our services are retained, and focus exclusively on businesses in construction. These include general contractors, specialty contractors (wall, electrical and mechanical contractors), civil, heavy and highway contractors, construction managers, program managers, home builders, design-build firms and engineering contractors (EPC). In addition, we service commercial real estate developers (luxury hotel, resort, gaming, shopping center and office developers), residential real estate developers (condominium, home, apartment and multifamily developers), industrial developers, universities, facility owners, material producers, building products or construction equipment manufacturers who employ senior construction executives.   Full benefits
  • Flagstaff, Arizona, Join our National, Award-Winning Team!  Kinney Construction Services, Inc. (KCS) is a growing Construction Services firm, specializing in Commercial Building Construction and Renovation, Civil Construction, and Renewable Energy projects.  Our people have helped us stand out as northern Arizona’s premier construction firm.  We are always looking for dynamic individuals who can bring enthusiasm and innovative solutions to our team and projects.  We currently have an exceptional opportunity for a Staff Accountant.  This position will be based out of our corporate headquarters in Flagstaff, Arizona. Position responsibilities This position is responsible for the accurate accounting of direct costs for our construction projects.  In this role, you will be responsible for: Interfacing between project estimating, field supervision and accounting department to ensure cost collection and reporting is accurate and meaningful. Manage the A/P process from timely invoice entry and coding verification to payment. Maintaining financial reports, records, and general ledger accounts. Preparing journal entries, analyses, and account reconciliations and assisting with monthly close processes. Daily collection of field reports of completed work units, labor, and equipment, and entering of data into accounting system. Generation of cost and production reports for management review. Investigation of significant variances or deviations. Maintaining purchase order log and entry into accounting systems. Meeting processing and reporting deadlines. Responding to information requests, reviewing financial statements, and assisting with audits. Benefits & Perks Comprehensive health, dental & vision coverage. Paid vacation, holidays, personal, and sick days. 401(k) + company match. Continuous education and training opportunities. Employee volunteer opportunities. Company-wide events, i.e., houseboat trips, spring training games, BBQs, holiday parties, and more. About KCS KCS is northern Arizona’s premier construction services firm, specializing in commercial building construction, civil construction, and renewable energy projects.  KCS promotes a positive team environment, continuous improvement culture, and high standards of integrity and quality in all areas of operation.  Our team is committed to Building Better Together, which signifies our shared commitment and passion to building environments and experiences that enable our communities to thrive.  And we have fun doing it. Choose Flagstaff Perched at 7,000 feet elevation and nestled at the base of the San Francisco Peaks, our mountain community offers a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts and those valuing quality of living over quantity of access.  Our four-season climate is unique in Arizona, and when you combine it with our charm, you’ll understand why people come here from all over the world.  We choose Flagstaff and hope you do too.  Learn what makes our mountain community thrive:   Additional Information Please take a moment to view our KCS video: KCS Video For more information, please visit:   Requirements At least three (3) years of cost accounting experience. Construction Industry or Property Management experience is preferred. Excellent organization skills a must.  Excellent communication skills, both oral and written. Must have solid computer software, hardware, and network skills. Well versed in ability to prioritize multiple work assignments and complete work to articulated deadlines. Ability to maintain confidentiality. 4-year degree in accounting or related discipline.
  • Flagstaff, Arizona, Kinney Construction Services, Inc (KCS). is a leading regional commercial construction services company with more than 20 years in the industry. We are seeking a hands-on Controller with strong leadership capabilities. Reporting to the CEO, the Controller will have chief authority over accounting and financial matters. KCS takes pride in our talented team, purpose-driven culture, and the unmatched quality of life offered amidst a four seasons region, awe-inspiring landscapes, and unique community environment. KCS believes business can be a force for good.  We strive to achieve this by developing our people, bringing excellence to our client relationships, and a diverse portfolio of work, and by making meaningful investments in our local communities. GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES WILL INCLUDE: Prepare financial statements on a monthly, quarterly, and annual basis. Monitor the financial performance of the company through rolling forecasts and general long-term forecasting. Ensure adherence to GAAP. Maintain State Registrations and Licenses in regional area; manage new state application process as necessary. Manage support staff regarding execution of accounts receivable and accounts payable, providing final accountability for accuracy. Provide on-going bank reconciliations and maintain banking relationships. Provide sales tax and payroll tax reporting for each respective business entity. Optimize cash and working capital. Work with project management staff to invoice subcontractors and ensure job cost accuracy. Manage insurance and bonding. Through dotted line reporting, manage human resources with regard to payroll, insurance renewals, benefits offerings and workers' compensation compliance.  Manage IT systems and procedures through 3rd party contractors; manage system migrations. Responsible for tax coordination procedures and related audit procedures with the company’s accounting firm and general counsel. Work with ownership and executive team to strategize and set processes and procedure to obtain financial goals. Manage purchasing agent, accounting assistant and IT vendor. Benefits & PERKS Comprehensive health, dental & vision coverage. Paid vacation, holidays, personal, and sick days. 401(k) + company match. New employee orientation and training. Employee volunteer opportunities. Company-wide events, i.e., houseboat trips, spring training games, BBQs, holiday parties, and more.   CHOOSE FLAGSTAFF Perched at 7,000 feet elevation and nestled at the base of the San Francisco Peaks, our mountain community offers a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts and those valuing quality of living over quantity of access.  Our four-season climate is unique in Arizona, and when you combine it with our charm, you’ll understand why people come here from all over the world.  We choose Flagstaff and hope you do too.  Learn what makes our mountain community thrive: ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Please take a moment to view our KCS video: KCS Video For more information, please visit: DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or related; CPA and/or MBA is preferred. 5 years of experience as a Controller or Accounting Manager, with final accountability for maintaining General Legers and adhering to GAAP. 3 years’ experience in financial modeling and forecasting. Experience with audit preparation. Experience working for a general contractor and/or real estate developer is desirable. Advanced excel skills with proficiency in the suite of Office 365 products; knowledge of Viewpoint, Procore and/or Yardi is highly desired. Proactive disposition to identify and proactively resolve or circumvent challenges.
  • Placentia, California, Position Objectives Provides assistance to the CFO and HR team.  This position will be responsible for assisting accounts receivable and payable and assist with payroll procedures. Essential Functions   Assist with data input for accounting system upgrade. Process Billings. Prepare various payroll related reports. Coordinates and manages the company mobile phones. Orders and monitors use of company issued credit cards. Makes photocopies; mails, scans, and emails documents; and performs other clerical functions. Files documents into appropriate employee files. Assists or prepares correspondence as requested. Processes mail for HR/AP department. Completes OSHA Logs/Worksheets (ISN website/internally on a quarterly/annual basis). Reviews and verifies invoices, check requests, and credit card statements. Sorts, codes, and matches invoices and then set up for payment. Tracks expenses and processes expense reports. Prepares and processes electronic transfers and payments. Researches and resolves invoice discrepancies and issues. Maintains vendor files. Corresponds with vendors and responds to inquiries. Skills Excellent Microsoft Excel skills and knowledge. Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Knowledge with Paychex a plus. Knowledge with Sage a plus. Knowledge with Salesforce a plus. Salaried Non-Exempt Benefits: · 401(k) · Dental insurance · Health insurance · Vision insurance Physical setting: · Office Schedule: · Monday to Friday Ability to commute/relocate: · Placentia, CA 92870: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)
  • Madison, Wisconsin, Job Summary: As the Controller, you will perform some day-to-day accounting functions and play a crucial role in managing the financial operations of our business. You will be responsible for overseeing all accounting and financial activities, including budgeting, forecasting, financial reporting, and analysis. Your expertise and attention to detail will contribute to the overall financial health of the company and support strategic decision-making. Responsibilities: Financial Management: Develop and maintain financial policies, procedures, and internal controls to ensure accurate and reliable financial reporting. Prepare and analyze monthly, quarterly, and annual financial statements, including income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements. Monitor key financial metrics and variances, and provide recommendations for improvement. Develop and manage the company's budgeting and forecasting processes. Collaborate with senior management to establish financial goals and objectives. Work closely with insurance companies and agents to handle quotes, renewals, claims, and audits as necessary. Accounting Operations: Oversee the day-to-day accounting functions, including accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, and general ledger. Ensure compliance with applicable accounting principles and standards. Review and approve financial transactions, invoices, and purchase orders. Maintain accurate and up-to-date records of financial transactions. Coordinate with external auditors for annual audits and regulatory compliance. Cost Analysis and Control: Monitor project costs, budgets, and profitability, providing analysis and recommendations for cost-saving measures. Collaborate with project managers to review project financials, including job cost reports and labor analysis. Perform variance analysis to identify deviations from project budgets and implement corrective actions. Assist in the development and evaluation of pricing strategies for bids and proposals. Financial Planning and Strategy: Provide financial insights and analysis to support strategic decision-making. Conduct financial modeling and scenario analysis for business planning and forecasting. Assist in evaluating investment opportunities and potential acquisitions. Stay updated on industry trends, regulations, and best practices in financial management. People Management: Supervise and mentor the accounting team and other staff as needed, providing guidance, support, and professional development opportunities. Set performance goals and conduct regular performance evaluations for team members. Foster a positive work environment, promoting collaboration, teamwork, and effective communication. Ensure adequate staffing levels and optimize resource allocation within the department. Resolve any employee issues, conflicts, or performance concerns in a timely and effective manner. As the Controller, you will contribute to the financial success and growth of our company while also managing and developing a high-performing team. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, or a related field (Master's degree or CPA certification is a plus). Proven experience as a Controller or similar role in the construction or mechanical contracting industry. In-depth knowledge of accounting principles, financial reporting, and budgeting. Proficiency in financial management software (Sage 300 preferred) and advanced knowledge of MS Excel. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills with a keen attention to detail. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Experience in managing and leading a team. Ability to work collaboratively and provide financial guidance to cross-functional teams.
  • King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, Nature and Scope This position is responsible for managing all aspects of the General Ledger and Financial statements This position reports to the CFO. Reporting to this position are the accounts payable, accounts receivable, and payroll positions. Establishing and maintaining internal controls. Assures that fiscal functions are in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles of the Financial Accounting Standards Board and other regulatory and advisory organizations. Providing monthly, quarterly and year-end financial package. Assist with budget process and year-end review. Analyze cost variances and provide managers with financial inquiries support Principle Accountabilities Plans, organizes, directs and evaluates the accounting function for the Company. Identifies department goals, recommends budget and appropriate staffing to accomplish goals in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Directs the development of budgets for all departments/organizations within the Company. Presents annual budget and financial forecast to President for review and approval. Communicates and educates department managers on the financial issues impacting budgets and trends relating to the business. Produce timely and accurate financial reporting and forecasting. Provide technical financial advice and knowledge. Effectively manage staff. Directs Accounting personnel in developing procedures and computer application systems necessary to maintain proper records and to afford adequate accounting controls and services. Assures the proper training of staff and the effective and efficient use of staff in carrying out procedures. Individual Performance Provide timely and accurate financial reporting and forecasting: Annual budget – Prior to January 1st of each year, - Monthly closings, by the 15th day of the following month, Quarterly in-house financial statements (within three weeks of month end), and within one month of year-end be fully prepared for independent accountants to review and report on annual financial statements. Effective management of staff size. Evaluated against Oliver’s historical use of accounting staff as a base measure. Financial oversight of corporate opportunities. This should include an accurate and organized approach to the evaluation of the financial viability of each potential opportunity. These evaluations should be performed on a proactive basis and presented in an easy to understand format using consistent financial criteria for ease of comparison between alternate opportunities. Proactive Accounting Department oversight and involvement in the financial management of each project. This should be evidenced by early warnings to the CFO of any impending financial problems. Adherence to the Accounting Department budget. Evaluate, obtain competitive pricing, execute, and manage Corporate vendor contracts Calculate labor rates for estimating and billing rates that are consistent with changes in business expenses Execute special projects as provided by the CFO Qualifications Education & Qualifications:  Bachelor of Science in Accounting is required. CPA certification is desired. Strong Microsoft Office skills needed. Spectrum Knowledge desired. Critical Skills:  Integrity, trustworthiness, analytical, detail oriented, leader, excellent communication, organized, self-starter, hands-on, high energy, intelligent, approachable, customer oriented, team focused. Benefits Dental insurance Flexible schedule Flexible spending account Health insurance Life insurance Paid time off Referral program Retirement plan Tuition reimbursement Vision insurance
  • Ocoee, Florida, Wayne Automatic Fire Sprinklers, Inc. is a well-established and highly regarded specialty subcontractor with over 700 team members passionate about the Life Safety Industry. Our operations service the Southeast from seven locations in Florida and North Carolina. We are seeking a dynamic Chief Financial Officer (CFO) who will be responsible for the strategic planning, implementation, managing and running of all the financial activities of our company, including business planning, budgeting, forecasting, risk management, and collection functions. The individual should have a proven track record as CFO handling expansion and change management in a mid-market construction company.   JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Assists the CEO in formulating a corporate mission and translating this vision into a strategic plan. Draft the methodology and analysis necessary to communicate the strategic plan to the senior management group. Directs the preparation of all financial reports, including income statements, balance sheets, reports to shareholders, tax returns, and reports for government regulatory agencies. Oversees the accounting department, budget preparation, and audit functions. Meets regularly with department heads to keep informed and to offer direction. Reviews reports to analyze projections of sales and profit against actual figures, budgeted expenses against final totals, and suggests methods of improving the planning process as appropriate. Analyzes company operations to pinpoint opportunities and areas that need to be reorganized, downsized, or eliminated. Directs treasury functions and ensures that a system is in place to adequately forecast upcoming cash needs. Counsels and advises the department managers as they prepare tactical plans and operating budgets. Scrutinize these plans and budgets for congruency with the corporate strategic plan. Assists the Corporate Counsel in risk evaluations of potential construction defect claims and other pending litigation. Partners with the CIO to ensure that the design and structure of the Information System can articulate the key financial information that serves as a basis for decision making. Oversees the organization’s comprehensive insurance and risk management programs, assessing and identifying risks that could impede the reputation, safety, security, or financial success of the organization. Oversees the collection efforts to ensure a comprehensive process is in place for the collection of outstanding invoices, enforcement of lien claims, and minimization of bad debt expenses. Administers all company Retirement Plans and acts as liaison to the Plan Attorney, Plan Investment Advisor, Plan Custodian, Plan Auditors, and other outside consultants. EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE: To be considered for this position, all applicants must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience at the CFO Level (preferably with a construction firm) in multiple state operations.? Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance required. Certified Public Accountant designation preferred. Prior ERP systems conversion experience preferred. Excellent leadership skills, with steadfast resolve and personal integrity. Proven track record of building teams and mentoring staff. Excellent verbal, analytical, organizational, and written skills. Prior public accounting audit experience preferred.
  • Controller | LEVEL5

    Atlanta, Georgia, The Controller is responsible for all facets of the day-to-day accounts payable and various accounts receivable functions for all projects.  The position acts as a consultant to the project professional, our internal customers, and is expected to be self-directed and detail oriented.   Oversee financial operations including AP/AR, job cost accounting, payroll and cash flow management Month end close responsibilities and preparation of current P&L, cash, cashflow forecast, AP & AR reports Reconciliation of monthly bank statements and RAMP Develop and maintain the system of internal accounting controls and financial reporting Budgeting, forecasting and analysis Work-In-Progress reporting & General Ledger Produce monthly financial statements Assist with management of bonding lines and lines of credit Prepare and maintain records for personal property tax filing, payroll tax filling and income tax filling Maintain compliance for required business licenses. Coordinate quarterly accounting reviews, annual audits and tax returns Maintain state registrations, business and tax licenses, etc. Setup new projects, Subcontracts & purchase orders in Procore Post all client invoices and setup Change Orders in Procore Maintain all Job Costing and Accounts Receivables Post all vendor invoices and maintain Accounts Payable Assist with the maintenance and compliance of our 401k plan, health insurance plan. Critical key competencies: Decision making Multi-tasking Project/task follow-up Experience dealing with banks and financial institutions Work with Senior Management and Operations Managers to ensure financial directives are followed. Excellent written and verbal communication Strong knowledge of Excel required, experience with Timberline/SAGE/Swizznet preferred Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance or Business-Related Degree Prior Construction Industry tenure: preferably Sub-Contractor or General Contractor Sector 10 + years of Project and General Accounting Finance Leadership