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  • Minneapolis, Minnesota, Would you love to be a key player on high functioning team with smart, experienced leadership at the helm? Do you want the opportunity to help build and scale a world class company;  creating   standards  and designing sales systems,   building a best-in-class sales team,  and working with numerous local partners to grow their businesses?   Do you enjoy putting your highly competitive nature to work in pursuit of fast-paced growth?  If those opportunities call to you, and you have a strong  sales  background, enjoy getting close to the work, and having your DNA on something new - we want to talk to you!   Position Description                               Job Title: DIRECTOR OF SALES   Reports to:  VICE PRESIDENT OF OPERATIONS     Position Summary   The Director of Sales is responsible for the development and implementation of Sales Standards across the enterprise.  Success in this role will be defined by development and execution of selling standards within the framework of a selling system, the adoption and implementation of the selling framework by our Local Partner businesses, effectively recruiting and training outside sales reps at our Local Partner businesses, and achieving predictable business results with high levels of customer satisfaction.       Key Deliverables   Sale Pipeline development and Opportunity Conversion.    Revenue and Gross Profit Performance Target Achievement. Recruiting and Training Team Members. Customer Satisfaction. Maintenance Base Growth and Retention.     Position Responsibilities   Develop and execute sales growth strategies to gain new clients and expand existing client relationships.   Create and communicate sales goals and report on the progress of those goals.   Review estimating and pricing to ensure best value solutions at highest attainable margins.   Maintain an in-depth understanding of industry-specific trends and landscapes.   Develop and maintain a deep understanding of key accounts and partner pipelines; report on forces that shift strategic directions of accounts and budgets. Team development resulting in a written career path and succession plan for each salesperson.  Coaching and development of Sales personnel to build long-lasting, strong relationships with customers while partnering with them to better understand their business objectives; deliver customer development and customer satisfaction for repeat and recurring revenues. Other duties as may be assigned.       Position Requirements   10 or more years’ experience in Commerical HVAC and MEP sales.   3 or more years of management of 6 or more direct reports.   Travel required (up to 50%).   Strong presentation skills, both written and verbal; experience presenting to executives.    Ability to demonstrate Commercial HVAC and MEP knowledge. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; client-facing communication experience required. Strategic thinker with strong work ethic and proactive decision-making ability. Highly competitive, self-motivated and able to execute in a fast-paced environment. Proven ability to provide collaborative leadership and work well with others. Delivers accurate, consistent and timely work product. Computer literate to include above average skills with Microsoft applications, trade ERP experience preferred, but not required.    Crete Mechanical Group?is an equal opportunity employer, considering all applicants for employment regardless of race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, pregnancy, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, marital status, physical disability, sexual orientation, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by state of federal law.?   Bonus target at 30%
  • Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Summary:   Responsible for directing the overall financial reporting and accounting practices of the organization. These functions include establishing and maintaining the organization's accounting principles, practices, procedures, and initiatives. Controller is responsible for all financial matters of the organization including accounting, monthly financial reporting, financial analysis, budgets, cash receipts and disbursements, payroll oversight and benefits administration, cost accounting, risk management and insurance, banking relationships, financing, tax compliance, audits and day to day accounting activities.   Duties & Responsibilities:   Direction and supervision of company internal accounting staff. Participate with Senior Management in the development and implementation of goals, policies, priorities and procedures relating to the company's operations. Preparation of monthly financials for the company. Ensure that the financials are timely, accurate and in compliance with GAAP. Establish and maintain a clear set of internal controls and systems of financial reporting. Maximize company cash flow by making sure company processes are in place and followed to ensure timely monthly AIA owner billing and collections and provide cash forecasting to help the company maximize its use of cash. Develop, monitor and control the project information and reporting systems and procedures established by the company for evaluating project financial results Assist Senior Management in oversight of company risk management, safety, and workers compensation Oversee the completion of all required tax filings including all federal, state and local tax returns prepared by the external CPA firm. Manage the relationship with the external CPA firm and expedite timely completion of the year-end Financial Statement Audit. Assists Senior Management in the daily oversight of company operations including identifying opportunities for improvement and developing and implementing improvements. Oversight and compliance management of company 401k plan   Expedite weekly payroll processing and subsequent timely posting of all labor, and labor related job costs into company accounting system Responsible for month-end and year-end closing. Management and oversight of company Human Resource functions including: recruitment, compensation and benefits, compliance, and policies and procedures Assist project management team in preparing all financial and job cost reporting required for monthly project financial and field review with senior management Analyze the financial details of past, present, and expected operations to identify opportunities and areas where improvement is needed. Advise senior management on short-term and long-term financial objectives, policies, and actions. Compiling WIP (work in process) financial reports and job costing analysis Establish and maintain internal systems and controls to ensure the integrity of accounting systems, processes, and data. Identify and resolve operational problems and recommend/implement improved operational procedures Direct, coordinate and assist with the budgeting process, along with the forecasting and cash flow modeling activities for the Company. Prepare reports that summarize and forecast company business activity based on past, present, and projected operations. Assist Senior Management in the preparation of Strategic Business Plan. Assist project management team’s in resolving accounting and/or job costing problems specific to their projects Interview, hire, train, evaluate and terminate subordinate personnel.   Establish department and individual goals/objectives and direct, and actively participate as necessary, subordinate personnel in achievement of responsibilities and objectives.   Competencies:   Team player with demonstrated interpersonal, organizational, and leadership skills. Ability to roll up their sleeves and work side by side with their project teams, senior management, accounting, and administrative staff to achieve collective goals Ability to manage through conflict, complexity and to problem-solve issues to resolution Computer proficiency High energy and a passion for excellence and continuous improvement Ability to successfully manage external CPA firm during routine annual audit Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting/Finance/Business required; MS/MBA/CPA preferred 7+ years of professional experience within the construction industry Strong working knowledge of construction accounting software such as Sage 300/Timberline, Sage 100/Master Builder, or equivalent Demonstrated management and supervisory skill and experience. Strong interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to interact and work effectively with personnel at all levels of the organization. Strong experience and understanding of construction terminology as it relates AIA contracts (owner and subcontractor), risk management, surety and bonding and construction lien law Excellent analytical skills, including proficiency in MS Office Applications (with expertise using Excel), financial reporting software, and ability to learn new applications, as needed Share DSC’s Core Values of Diversity, Excellence, Passion, Integrity, Community and Teamwork Negotiable
  • Ferndale, Washington, Since the beginning, IMCO is dedicated to our community, our people, and our work. The IMCO culture revolves around: teamwork, innovation, adventure, family, a relentless drive to work hard and enjoy life, and the commitment to keep each other safe. IMCO is a dynamic group of professionals who are driven to be the best in the business in every sense; performing challenging, complex projects; always striving for excellence; and forging strong, trusting relationships along the way. IMCO Construction, a Ferndale, WA based civil construction company is currently seeking a Payroll Specialist to work at its corporate office in Ferndale.  This is a great opportunity for the right candidate. This is not a new position to IMCO, however our long time payroll specialist is retiring and is willing to stay on to train the replacement. On the job training is vital to this position and we're willing to invest in the right person. Consider joining our fun and dynamic team! The Payroll Specialist will ensure accurate processing and recording of the company’s weekly payroll, provide timely and accurate financial information, and participate in daily tasks for payroll processing. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:  Process and manage full cycle weekly payroll with the assistance of the project team. Review payroll processes for areas of improvement, efficiency and/or change. Collaborate with human resources in onboarding preparation for new employees Understand payroll law and proper taxation of wages, benefits and employee related activities and provide guidance, as needed. Stay current on updated laws, taxes, and guidance related to payroll and brief upper management of updates.  Review and correct benefit calculations and process remittance. Perform compliances for unclaimed property payroll checks.  Process accurate and timely monthly, quarterly, and year-end reporting to various governmental agencies. Update and reconcile monthly bank statements and payroll related liability accounts.  Provide customer service to employees: in the area of pay, benefits and taxes as they relate to their pay.  Successful candidate will have worked within an accounting or human resource department preferably in the construction industry, proven payroll processing, including prevailing wage payroll, multi state, background and AP experience. We are seeking a detail orientated individual who works well with deadlines, is very organized and strong knowledge of state payroll regulations. We are looking for a team player, someone who wants to be part of our dynamic culture, someone who enjoys challenging work and strives for excellence. 3+ years payroll background preferred. Vista software experience preferred but not required. IMCO offers a generous salary, benchmarking at the +75% percentile. We pride ourselves in paying at the top of the industry. We offer a retirement plan and two medical plan options, giving you the opportunity to select the plan that is right for you.  Our HSA plan is 100% employer paid and provides a generous monthly company sponsored contribution.
  • Melrose Park, Illinois, Purpose of the position   The Senior Accountant is a core member of the Company’s accounting department who will work side-by-side with the Corporate Controller to manage and run the accounting function of a $500 million nationally based construction Company. This position will report directly to the Corporate Controller and will be expected to work closely with people across all of Anson’s business lines and locations. The Senior Accountant is responsible for the quality and accuracy of the Company’s financial performance. They will play an active role in financial statement preparation, accounting period closings, cash flow analysis, internal and external financial reporting, and the verification of financial transactions.   The successful candidate will become part of a unique employee-owned commercial construction company that prides itself on a fun, hard-working culture. With an 80-year history, Anson is well known throughout the US as a premium specialty trade contractor working on some of the most dynamic buildings being constructed today.  Key Result Areas   Perform monthly, quarterly, and annual accounting activities, including reconciliations, account analysis, and review of financial reports.  Ensure compliance with accounting policies and procedures and resolve accounting related issues.  Perform monthly/quarterly analysis to ensure accounts properly reflect the company’s financial position.  Assist in the preparation of annual audited financial statements, and responding to audit inquiries from the Company’s external auditors  Ensure that all transactions are properly and timely accounted for.  Train and develop accounting staff and demonstrate leadership skills.  Serve as a subject matter expert in various areas of the Company ERP (accounting) system, including accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, general ledger, and financial reporting functions.  Promote continuous improvement of processes, controls, and documentation.  Accountability   The Senior Accountant will be held accountable for the integrity of all accounting information for the Company. They are the go-to person for overall maintenance of the Company’s general ledger detail including reconciliation and reporting. They will exceed expectations in the production of periodic financial reporting, and ensure results comply with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP).   Bachelor’s degree in the field of Accounting or Finance  Master’s degree, and/or CPA certification a plus   5+ years of work experience working with general ledger accounting.   In-depth, hands-on knowledge of and experience with accounting software applications (ERP).  Thorough understanding of accounting principles, practices, and procedures, as well as financial statement reporting.  Outstanding customer-service attitude and approach.  Highly self-motivated and directed, willing to go above and beyond.  Ability to absorb new ideas and concepts quickly.  Excellent analytical and problem-solving abilities.   Proficient written, oral, interpersonal, and presentational skills.   Experience working in a team-oriented, collaborative environment. Ability to work with local and remote operational offices utilizing online tools.  Ability to excel in a fast-paced environment, adaptable to change, and deadline oriented  Enjoys learning and self-improvement, looks for feedback and opportunities for growth 
  • Lakeville, Minnesota, Summary of Position Loeffler Construction and Consulting (Loeffler) provides Construction Management, Cost Consulting and Owners’ Representation services to a wide variety of clients throughout Minnesota and the region. The company was founded on the idea of “Integrity Built.” Integrity Built means always doing the right thing for our clients, our staff, and our community. This extends to our everyday culture and our core values. At Loeffler, we strive to always be ethical, hungry, humble and smart. We offer a firm where your career goals can be achieved because we promise respect, rewards, and a foundation to build your career on. Loeffler has an opening for a highly skilled Accounting Manager with a minimum of five years of experience to join their fast-paced organization in Lakeville, MN. The Accounting Manager will be responsible to the Director of Operations for managing all core accounting functions including the preparation of month end financial close and payroll processes. We are seeking candidates who are comfortable driving the Accounting function of our company.   Responsibilities and Results Oversee the general ledger accounting function of the company to accurately reflect income and expenses to ensure accurate financial reporting. Manage the accuracy and productivity of day-to-day activities of Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, customer credits and collections, payroll processing and commercial banking relationships, etc. GL account reconciliations and analysis, complete month-end close, depreciation schedules, and journal entries. Support the organizations budget and forecasting activities. Assisting Project Managers with the management of their projects as it relates to job cost accounting. Process timecards into payroll and benefits (coordinating with ADP). • Learning, operating and improving SAGE 100 accounting software practices. Research, compile and analyze data related to special projects and benefit offerings. Preparation, analysis, and presentation of financial data, including financial statements, for a multi-state, multi-entity corporation. Subcontractor Management including, contract execution, collecting W9’s, insurance certificates, lien waivers, joint check agreements, etc. Familiarity with the coordination of tax reporting, regulatory compliance, cash and debt management, as well as the annual audit preparation for a CPA firm.   Education, Experience & Qualifications Bachelor’s degree from a college or university in Accounting or related field. Minimum of five years of progressive experience in an Accounting position. Construction-related business with knowledge of percentage of completion accounting and construction contracts is preferred. High degree of accuracy in a fast-paced environment. Knowledge of Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action. Strong communication, problem solving, initiative, and teamwork skills. SAGE 100 software experience is preferred. Procore software experience is a plus. CPA Professional Accreditation preferred. Thorough understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).   Physical Demands Required to sit for long periods of time. Extensive use of computer, keyboard, and mouse.   Loeffler Construction & Consulting is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, religion, age, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, or any other protected class as consistent with applicable law. Employment Type
  • Brea, California, Summary This is a senior level position in accounting with the main focus to coordinate all financial reporting functions for the Construction operations.  This employee would use accounting and economic skills to evaluate operating data, business trends and prepare financial statements that comply with industry practices, regulatory requirements, and generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). This employee would provide management with decision support to optimize performance. Primary Duties: Support Sully Miller safety culture and other company strategic initiatives Direct the daily activities of the Accounting Department and provide oversight of the staff including hiring, training, development and evaluation Manage the monthly close process in a prompt, timely and accurate manner for the Region including ensuring job costs integrity Prepare, review and analyze monthly financial reports for the Region Prepare and review monthly/quarterly deliverables for corporate and finance teams Conduct/oversee various month-end budget/financial review meetings Assist in preparation of annual plans, forecasts (including cash), and budgets Monitor and maintain all accounting and related system reports for accuracy and completeness ensuring all accounting and contract files are maintained Monitor and oversee Accounts Receivables and Accounts Payables to ensure accuracy and timely payment of vendor and invoices Manage banking transactions associated with payment/refunds to customers and vendors; Review operating costs and propose potential areas of cost reduction Analyze detailed job revenue, cost, and accrual information Work with operations to ensure proper flow of accounting information Coordinate and maintain proper internal control structure for the region Participate and coordinate with both external and internal auditors on audits and peer reviews Prepare/coordinate reports required by regulatory agencies (including taxes) and/or unions/trusts Provide oversight for the contract and subcontract agreement process, ensure contract compliance requirement on job (e.g. certified payroll, apprentices’ ratios) and monthly invoice process for services Implement policies and procedure developed at the regional and corporate level Process improvement initiatives on closing and transactional processes Recommend to management strategies, objectives and policies for the region Experience and Skills Required: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance or Business with an emphasis in Accounting required Minimum 5 years of relevant accounting experience in a leadership position managing a staff of direct reports CPA, CFM, CCIFP or CMA preferred Road construction and manufacturing facility cost accounting experience preferred Experience with all Microsoft Office Applications and financial accounting software Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions Ability to influence others, and manage conflict in a positive manner Excellent verbal and written communication skills High degree of professionalism; ability to communicate with confidence and tact;  Strong attention to details and accuracy Strong written/oral and interpersonal communication skills; ability to write and communicate complex information in an easily and comprehensive manner Strong leadership skills; ability to set objectives, delegate tasks, evaluate performance and develop a cross functional team Bonus
  • Scottsdale, Arizona, DESCRIPTION Computer Methods International Corp. (CMiC) is a Software Development firm specializing in enterprise financial and cost management systems designed for the Construction and Engineering industries. CMiC  is the leading provider of complete, integrated and advanced enterprise level software solutions for construction and capital projects. For nearly four decades, CMiC has partnered with the largest and most technologically progressive AEC firms and capital project owners in North America, gaining detailed insight into the unique business needs of the industry. From that experience, CMiC has created CMiC Enterprise, the most advanced construction and capital project software solution ever developed. Combining an incredibly flexible technological infrastructure with a philosophy of total integration, CMiC Enterprise lowers costs, improves productivity and increases interoperability. ROLE OVERVIEW The Junior Account Executive is responsible for creating new business opportunities in a designated sales territory and maintaining a pipeline of business prospects in the construction industry by effectively moving opportunities through the sales cycle in a manner that is concise, professional, ethical, and which leads the customer to action. The successful candidate will be a results-oriented professional interested in working on a successful team with measurable sales results, knowledgeable about our product and services, and takes ownership of assigned responsibilities. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES    Create new business opportunities in your sales territory Prospect to build a sales pipeline for yourself and other Senior Account Executives Partner with Senior Account Executives to achieve sales quotas Engage with construction professionals through phone, email, and other channels to understand their challenges and identify opportunities to solve them Work with your designated Account Executive to develop targeted lists, call strategies, and messaging to create opportunities for new business Conduct daily sales activities, including making a high volume of calls per day, follow ups, and maintaining Salesforce records Able to attend and be a speaker at trade shows, conventions, mixers, and other industry related events. Negotiate agreements and keep records of sales and data Manage the end-to-end sales process of business opportunities from lead qualification through to closing Create and deliver engaging remote software demonstrations to identify and establish sales opportunities and drive revenue Develop a strong understanding of CMiC product offerings, acting as a subject matter expert of CMiC product line, competitive market, and value proposition, advising customers of appropriate solutions REQUIREMENTS Corporate experience (Saas/Technology sales is an asset) University or College Degree from an accredited institution Exceptional communication skills (verbal and written) Highly organized with the ability to multi-task, prioritize time while maintaining attention to detail Passionate about sales, software, mobile and technology Comfortable working in a fast-paced, dynamic environment Experience working in the Construction Industry would be preferred but not required Minimum 2 years of Solutions sales in SaaS environment selling at C-level Experience selling ERP Solutions into project based or professional services businesses would be preferred Consistent track record of overachieving against quota Proficiency with Microsoft Office products and online collaboration tools Experience with CRM and opportunity management systems, preferably Salesforce.com Proven ability to develop and manage pipeline and forecasting   CMiC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and the Ontario Human Rights Code, CMiC will provide accommodation to applicants with disabilities throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process. If selected to participate in the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process, please inform Human Resources staff of the nature of any accommodation(s) that you may require.   Location Phoenix, Arizona   BENEFITS Yearly Salary plus Commission & Bonuses Paid Vacation and Personal Days Personal Development Skills Programs Fun, outgoing, friendly environment     Email:  CMiCrecruiting@gmail.com No recruiters please +Commission
  • Golden, Colorado, We are currently searching for an Assistant Controller as we actively plan for succession. This person will report to the Controller & HR Manager. They will be responsible for the supervision of accounting and office staff as well as oversee financial reporting. They will be responsible for supervising accounting processes and procedures including project accounting, accounts payable, general ledger, accounts receivable and payroll.  The person in this role will participate in day to day interface with all levels of CFC staff and leadership.  Responsibilities: Support and provide guidance to all project accounting staff, an approximate staff size of 4-5 people. Performs duties with the highest level of integrity and ethical standards. Oversee all project accounting activities, including project site visits and on-site support as required. Prepare various financial reports and complete an analysis of project financial results to determine accuracy and completeness of information. Review monthly project accounting activity information and entries, including Contractor Controlled Insurance Program (CCIP) and Subcontractor Default Insurance (SDI), for input into the corporate accounting system (Vista/Viewpoint.) Assist with project set-up, administration and maintenance in Oracle Textura Payment Management system (Textura) and Viewpoint/ Assess problems as they may arise and develop a solution that best fits the issue, delegate to responsible individuals’ actions to be taken, and follow through to ensure completion. Ensure all financial activities and requirements relating to project close-outs are carried out in a timely manner. Assist with department and external audits, including assisting with providing requested information and documentation. Maintain files and documentation thoroughly and accurately, in accordance with company policy and accepted accounting practices. Establish backup for all positions and promote cross-training to ensure all positions have necessary coverage during scheduled vacations and other employee’s needed time off. Prepare cash and general ledger account Produce and disseminate management reports including, but not limited to, internal and external monthly financial statements. Responsible for quarterly and year-end accounting reports as well. Oversee Viewpoint/Vista and Textura system administration, project set-up including user role administration and access and system troubleshooting. Provide comprehensive on-the job training to new accounting and office staff. Assist with identification, review and implementation of accounting related internal controls. Ensure the accurate and timely processing of accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll. Ensure accurate and timely management of all accounts receivable aging components including billings, agings, cash receipts application, funding management including all associated financial reports. Establish and maintain systems and controls which ensure the integrity of the accounting and financial management systems. Respond to leadership with accurate and timely work to facilitate financial requirements. Oversee cash management and forecasting. Oversee payroll tax reporting and compliance. Perform other duties as needed. Sound knowledge of accounting principles and practices. Excellent analytical and problem solving skills. Ability to process large amounts of numerical data. Proficiency in MS Excel and accounting software including Viewpoint/Vista and Oracle Textura Payment Management. Effective written and verbal communication skills. Excellent management and supervisory skills. Excellent organizational and time management skills. Proficient in in Microsoft Office Suite or similar software Bonus Eligible: Up to 7% - Based on Company Profitability and Individual Performance Benefits Include: 100% Company Paid Health, Dental and Vision Insurance for Employee Life insurance, Long-Term and Short-Term Disability Insurance Flexible Spending Accounts Health Saving Account Paid Holidays Paid Time Off (includes sick time) 401(k) Plan (with company match) Company Cell Phone or Reimbursement for Company Use of Personal Cell Phone
  • Minneapolis, Minnesota, This position will be responsible for working with the Controller to manage the daily accounting functions of the company including GL, AP, AR, CM, PR and project accounting.  Primary duties will include maintaining the project accounting system and the general ledger including reconciling and reporting on all subsidiary accounts: cash, receivables, investments, WIP, fixed assets and liabilities.  This position will report to the Controller. 4-year accounting or finance degree.  CPA, CCIFP or MBA preferred. 5+ years of professional working experience required. Some supervisory and cross function training experience. Construction, real estate or property management or related industry experience.  Job costing and coding knowledge required.  Experience with job budgeting preferred. Ability to multi-task and stay organized both individually and in a team setting. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Experience with a project accounting ERP solution such as Deltek Vision, Viewpoint Vista, Timberline or SAGE, or proven ability to learn new systems quickly. Ability to work independently and meet deadlines. Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office products including Teams and Excel. Maintain a professional, flexible, customer service attitude with confidentiality, integrity and high ethical standards.
  • Minneapolis, Minnesota, This position will be responsible for working with the Controller to manage the daily accounting functions of the company including GL, AP, AR, CM, PR and project accounting.  Primary duties will include maintaining the project accounting system and the general ledger including reconciling and reporting on all subsidiary accounts: cash, receivables, investments, WIP, fixed assets and liabilities.  This position will report to the Controller. 4 year accounting or finance degree.  CPA, CCIFP or MBA preferred. 5+ years of professional working experience. Some supervisory and cross function training experience. Construction, real estate, or property management or related industry experience.  Job costing and coding knowledge required.  Experience with job budgeting preferred. Ability to multi-task and stay organized both individually and in a team setting. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Experience with a project accounting ERP solution such as Deltek Vision, Viewpoint Vista, Timberline or SAGE or proven ability to learn new systems quickly. Ability to work independently and meet deadlines. Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office products including Teams and Excel. Maintain a professional, flexible, customer service attitude with confidentiality, integrity and high ethical standards.
  • Columbus, Ohio, Elford, Inc. has an opening for a Controller who wants to work with the construction industry’s top talent. Founded in 1910, we are a highly respected regional construction company based in Columbus, OH with significant operations in Charlotte, NC. Our success lies in building lasting relationships with clients, business partners and with the people who work in our organization. The Controller role is responsible for leading and developing all accounting functions within Elford, Inc. This position reports to the Executive Vice President of Finance and ensures appropriate controls and processes are in place to accurately prepare and present financial statements for company leaders, board, business partners, and shareholders. Strategically, this role will provide insight into the company’s financial performance, review and transform business processes, support company-wide data governance efforts required for performance analytics, and own department service levels associated with our field operations partners. The successful candidate will manage teams that include accounting leaders, exempt, and non-exempt personnel. The key responsibilities of the position are: Lead the daily operations of the Accounting department to ensure all financial reporting is accurate and timely Preparation of accurate and timely monthly and annual financial statements; including board reporting and financial/business forecasting Lead the annual budget process Ensure proper requisition and distribution protocols are in place and followed Perform monthly job cost reconciliation Review and approve Journal Entries and monthly Balance Sheet Reconciliations Oversee all weekly payroll processes and related withholding and reporting requirements Responsible for the accurate accounting of the company pension plan and related pension obligation and valuation processes Coordinate with external auditors for owner, insurance and tax processes including preparation of audit schedules, organization, and review of supporting documentation for the audit Develop and maintain monthly, quarterly, and annual financial metrics and industry benchmarking Qualified candidate should possess 8 - 10 years of professional experience; a minimum of 3 years in a supervisory position in financial reporting/accounting areas; and a minimum of 3 years of experience with construction accounting or equivalent public accounting is required. A Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or economics is required. CPA and/or MBA preferred.
  • Corpus Christi, Texas, JE Construction Services, LLC (JECS) is a Heavy Civil & General Contractor based in Corpus Christi, Texas.  With our continuing growth JECS is seeking a highly motivated Accountan for a path for advancement to Controller.  The Accountant/Controller position will oversee the Financial Reporting functions of the firm.  JECS is a employee first company.  We understand and the value importance of each individual's role as part of the TEAM.   We are looking for a reponsible individual with skills and aspirations to make a difference, grow with the company, and be part of the success.     Our clientele include: Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), City of Corpus Christi, surrounding counties, local municipalities, federal, state, & private customers.   Oversee Accounting Department: Payroll, Accounts Payable, Accoiunts Receivable, Purchasing, and Contract Administration   Oversee Compliance with Federal, State, and Local reporting requirements Complete the Monthly Accounting and Job Close-out processes Prepare Financial Statements and forecasts of resources/reqirements Work with CPA on audited Financial Reports and annual close Develop and implement procedures to improve financial controls and efficiencies in workflow   Three years experience in Construction Accounting Experience with Construction ERP (Accounting & Job Cost) Software (Vista by Viewpoint preferred) Bachelor's Degree (Accounting preferred) Expertise with Microsoft Execl and other MS applicaitons Positive attitude 
  • Allentown, Pennsylvania, POSITION SUMMARY:  A Project Administrator is responsible for all administrative functions related to construction projects. SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Upon award of contract and approval by Project Manager, read contract and general conditions as required for Scope of work, insurance provisions, payment provisions, certified payroll, OCIP reports and bonding if applicable. Prepare contractual documents for necessary signatures by Officers of operating subsidiaries. Witness signature and place corporate seal as required. Obtain insurance certificates from broker with requirements per contract Request and process as necessary any payment and performance Set-up job and contract in job cost accounting system, including job budgets and contract schedules of value. Establish contract folders and money Enter all related documents in electronic document system. Maintain correspondence with general contractor, as Complete wrap-up insurance program reports - initial applications and periodic reports, as required. Prepare monthly/periodic requisitions in accordance with % complete received from Project Managers and forward to general contractors via mail/email or automated billing system. Prepare contract extra work order billings in accordance with contract requirements. Prepare required company waivers and lien releases for monthly and final requisitions and obtain same from any subcontractors and material Maintain control of all change orders -receipt in mail, update money sheet, notations for inclusion on the next requisition for payment and removal of all related extra work order billings that are included in change Prepare Sub-subcontract agreements per directions from project managers and maintain respective records for change orders, requisitions, Other duties as assigned SKILLS REQUIRED: Team player, Excellent communication skills – verbal and written, Detail oriented, Reliable, Very organized, Works well with others, Possess basic knowledge of accounting principles and of automated accounting systems, Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications - Excel, Word & Outlook.
  • Nationwide, We are seeking a   Payroll  Manager  responsible for ensuring the accurate delivery of payroll to  LPR ’s workforce while maintaining compliance with applicable  federal, state, and local payroll regulations .  With the company ’s  400 + employees, the Payroll M anager will oversee  the preparation, integrity, an d disbursement of weekly payroll nation-wide.   The position is also responsible for supervising and coordinating the daily operations and activities of the  Payroll  team.    This is a remote role.   Ideal candidates will have   high volume,  multi-state  cons truction  payroll experience  and experience preparing Certified Payroll reports while ensuring compliance with Prevailing Wage and Davis-Bacon requirements   Essential Duties & Responsibilities:     Provide exceptional customer s ervice to internal stakeholders including  employees, field manager s  and senior leadership.   Lead, manage and hold direct report (Payroll Clerk) accountable.   Manage and guarantee accurate  weekly   disbursement  of multi-state payroll, including garnishments, benefits and taxes consistent with federal and respective state wage and hour laws.?   Ensure new hires, rehires, transfers, promotions, and terminations are processed accurately and timely.   Manage time and   attendance  processing and reporting; oversee payroll system maintenance.   Responsible for auditing and reconciling of employee   per diem allotments and  various time off programs  ensuring regulatory compliance for all internal and external controls .   Responsible for processing unique compensation programs such as craft “pay for performance”, shareholder distributions,  exempt straight time overtime  (STOT), project bonuses and other incentive plans.   Responsible for managing all applicable regulatory mandated deductions including wage assignments, garnishments and properly recording/reporting to all interested parties .   Resolve payroll-related issues?by providing root cause analysis; implement corrective action for errors as well as for complex and non-routine situations for all levels of employees and report to supervisor.   Communicate regularly with Field Operations Management to ensure consistent compliance with payroll reporting practices and that payroll processes support operational ease and productivity.   Manage regular preparation of relevant reports, including weekly, monthly, quarterly and year-end close functions and reports, as well as periodic reports of earnings, taxes, and deductions or as requested by management; generate and mail W-2 forms.   Manage relationships with internal and external auditors, state and federal agencies, and customers; respond timely to all verbal and written correspondence.   Protect and maintain confidential information.   Performs related duties as  assigne d.   Core Values:     Key to success with our organization is to “live” our core values:    Committed to Safety    We Over Me    Competitive Spirit    Do What You Say    Be Part of the Solution    Driven to Learn and Share Knowledge    Required Experience: Bachelor’s Degree (or equivalent experience) in  Accounting, Finance  or related field.   CPP preferred.   5 + years of  previous payroll management experience in the construction industry.?   Knowledge of state, federal, and local payroll regulations with an emphasis on multi-state and local taxation .?   Extensive experience utilizing payroll systems - experience with Integrated Payroll and Time & Attendance a plus.   Demonstrated commitment to maintaining data accuracy and timeliness in processing and delivery.   Proven ability to effectively collaborate with others in a cross-functional, team-based environment.   Ability to work well under pressure and deliver high-quality work within established deadlines.   Medical insurance and other paid insurance benefits available. Flexible Time Off policy for paid vacation. 6 paid holidays/year. Bonus opportunity. Equal Opportunity Employer/Vet/Disability