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  • Kansas City, Missouri, Our Kansas City based client in the construction industry has an immediate opening for a Director of Finance. Serves as key strategic partner to CEO and Board to drive improved financial results for the company Oversees all operational accounting functions including month-end close, reconciliation of general ledger accounts, accounts payable, accounts receivable/collections, payroll, and financial forecasting/budgeting. Advises operational leadership on financial implications of projects/revenue targets and company profitability. Leads current team consisting of 4 staff and evaluates function/efficiency of the team and determines need for additional or different staff/roles Works with senior leadership on financial planning and due diligence on prospective merger/acquisition activity Accounting degree (possibly Finance degree) and 10 years’ + experience Construction or related industry and percentage of completion accounting experience required Demonstrated experience driving growth, in addition to effectively managing daily accounting functions Proven leadership ability Demonstrated initiative and innovation Exceptional communication and influencing skills
  • Bellevue, Washington, This position requires a general accounting background. Will work closely with the CFO, Accounting Assistant and be asked to perform a broad range of functions including A/P, A/R, collections, account reconciliation, bank deposits, payroll, and project accounting. Will manage vendor relationships as well as internal customer relationships. Will assure proper approvals & coding and facilitate payments to vendors & subcontractors. Will provide accurate, timely, and meaningful financial information to all project personnel to enable them to control their jobs with positive results. To be successful in this role you must be timely, highly organized, and possess a strong attention to detail. In addition to maintaining a high standard of work, you will be responsible for the following: A/P: Receive invoices, scan and assign to PO/job/person, follow up on non-approved invoices, post approved invoices, cut A/P checks weekly, cut manual checks as needed, assist job site personnel with PO and invoices processing. P-Cards: Download P-Card transactions daily, reconcile cardholder statements to approved/coded transactions, distribute statements and collect receipts monthly, print dummy checks for fully approved statements. Vendors: Provide credit applications & resale certificates, statement reconciliation, collect W-9’s and enter into system, review aged A/P report monthly, assist vendors with inquiries and disputes. Project Accounting: All aspects of project accounting on selected projects to include subcontract pay-apps, sub check run weekly, contact suppliers for joint checks, OWOA entry, AIA Change Order preparation, owner billings, project set up including budget and phase codes, pre-con billings, and project close out. Manage & organize all accounting files & folders • Compile and provide Prevailing Wage and Certified Payroll documentation on applicable projects. Daily cash management of 4 bank accounts and associated GL entries Monthly reconciliation of bank accounts Weekly wire transfers for payroll and 401k funding Assist CFO with monthly close process including GL reconciliations, Depreciation posting, post miscellaneous accruals, tie A/P and A/R to GL, and miscellaneous financial statement preparation. Prepare monthly/quarterly city and state B&O tax filings. Coordinate Owner Billings w/ Project Team Prepares/posts billings based upon Project Manager/Supt. input (monthly/as needed) Prepare statements with each billing (as needed) Assist in collections (daily/as needed) Pay Subcontractors and Suppliers Manage risk by assuring proper compliance (including license, insurance, lien waivers, signed subcontract, certified payrolls, etc.) before release of payments (weekly) Post material-man’s notices (as needed) Contact suppliers to verify balances (weekly) Assist subcontractors in filling out pay apps (as needed) Pay subcontractors (upon receipt of owner payment and assurance of all of the above) Actively seek and take advantage of discount opportunities. Assure that all subs and MPOs have been fully billed (as needed) Bill and Release retention (as needed) Collect lien releases from subs for retention release (at job closeout) Requirements: Relevant bachelor's degree and 2+ years' experience in Accounting OR equivalent combination of education and experience. Additional education, certification or experience preferred. The ability to handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced work environment. Demonstrate proficiency with office equipment and computer hardware/software necessary to perform assigned duties. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Proficient in MS Office (Excel, Word, Outlook), MS Project, BlueBeam The ability to maintain a high level of professionalism and diplomacy when interacting with business associates, executives, coworkers, and the general public. This position also requires the ability for being proactive and anticipating the needs of others and being able to multitask on a variety of items. Payroll experience preferred People management/supervisory experience preferred Candidates must be able to provide references from previous employers and/or clients. A pre-employment drug screen and background check will be required. Salary depends on experience; Weekly paychecks
  • Norcross, Georgia, SUMMARY The controller manages and organizes all functions and activities associated with finance and accounting operations of the company, including formulation and administration of company policy concerning accounting, budgeting, payroll and purchasing. Authority to exercise a considerable degree of independent discretion and judgment, subject to the periodic review and evaluation of the president.   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILILTIES: Set Financial plans, strategies, and policies for the company Assess financial reporting systems, accounting procedures and capex plans Plan, analyze and control financial operations within the company Evaluate sufficiency and efficiency of accounting cycle across the board Manage the preparation of Monthly, Quarterly and Annual management accounts Assess, train, and build finance team members to ensure they are qualified and trained to meet the company objectives Prepare and present company budget to the leadership team and Board Forecast income statement and cash flow statement along with operational budget Study and analyze the business model to provide advice on better financial management Build cost centers and analyze product family profitability with their respective P&L impact Preparing monthly financial statements with expense analysis and budget control Analyze and evaluate inventory to improve inventory turnover and cash flow Study, structure and implement ERP Internal accounting controls Handle and maintain bank relationships in addition to negotiating different facilities Supporting the CEO and Leadership team with relevant information to enhance the decision-making process across the company’s different functions. Design and build monthly board pack and presenting to the board along with leadership team. Supervise and maintaining relationship with CPA firm. Participation in Operating Committee Meetings and Management Team Debt management and collection Preparing company tax and statements Ensuring compliance with statutory law and financial regulations Payroll processing   NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Assume additional managerial duties as necessary Other projects as assigned SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Accounting staff.   WORK SCHEDULE: Eight (8) hour workdays Monday through Friday of each week   WORK ENVIRONMENT This employee will spend most of the his/her time sitting at a desk with a computer and working with their team members.   OTHER: This job description is intended to be a general guideline of areas of responsibility. There will be incidental tasks not listed on this job description that arise to help Marmi reach its corporate goals, and, as a member of the Marmi Natural Stone team, each employee is expected to help in as many of these areas as they can. Marmi Natural Stone is a drug-free workplace and requires a pre-hire drug screening. All employees must be eligible for work in the United States. Marmi Natural Stone is an Equal Opportunity Employer. EDUCATION/SKILLS REQUIRED: Controllers must have solid communication, technology, analytical and management skills Contract accounting and tax experience Candidates should possess knowledge of all aspects of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) Ability to handle multiple priorities in a flexible, fast-paced environment. Extensive knowledge of computerized accounting systems, specifically Microsoft Dynamics NAV and/or Business Central Ability to sit and stand for long periods of time   EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: 7 years of relevant experience with two in a management position. Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Business Administration, Economics or related field, or equivalent Preferred are candidates who have a master’s degree in business administration (MBA) or professional accreditation such as certified public accountant (CPA) or certified management accountant (CMA) Negotiable base + Bonus
  • Maplewood, Minnesota, The Controller works closely with the Chief Financial Officer and provides both operational and administrative support to the organization.  The Controller is responsible for administrative and tactical matters as they relate to business compliance, accounting functions, financial reporting, and month-end close processes, forecasting tools, and cash flow management. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Assist in performing all tasks necessary to achieve the organization’s mission and help execute staff succession and growth plans including leading, mentoring, and training Finance & Admin teams. Assist with streamlining accounting and finance procedures; participate in and help analyze process improvement initiatives. Meets organizational accounting standards by providing financial information; monitoring expenditures, identifying variances; and implementing corrective actions.  Revises accounting policies and practices and internal control procedures as needed to meet current organizational objectives. Manages Financial Reporting process, assuring timely production of internal financial reports, cash flow projections, and other company data for use by the Management Team. Responsible for the month-end and year-end closing process. General Ledger maintenance and analysis including account reconciliations. Manages and maintains Fixed Asset records. Ensures adequate controls are in place and that substantiating expense documentation is approved and available for all audits. Coordination of audit tasks and processes, including all work papers and schedules. Ensures that all purchasing activity adheres to company policies. Oversee Sales & Use Tax and Payroll Tax compliance within the organization and ensures timely filings with state and federal entities. Collaborates with internal team members and external agents to acquire and maintain any licenses, certifications, and qualifications necessary for company operations. Ensures compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and regulatory requirements. Assists Project Managers and Project Accountants with the management of their projects as it relates to job cost accounting Oversees administration and financial reporting of the organization’s Savings and Retirement Plan.   Completion of a bachelor’s degree at an accredited college or university. Completion of or currently working toward a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) at an accredited college or university – preferred Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or Certified Management Accountant (CMA) a plus. Five to seven years of financial experience in intermediate to advanced level accounting positions. One to two years of experience in financial reporting and/or month-end closing functions. One to two years of experience supervising clerk-level accounting roles and/or training other accounting team members. A demonstrated desire for professional development aimed at progression/succession to the CFO level. Experience in the construction/specialty subcontractor industry preferred. Experience using Microsoft Dynamics/Business Central, ProCore Construction Management Software, Concur Expense Management, or Foundation Payroll 4 Construction a plus. Experience with system implementation projects a plus. Compensation based on skills, ability, education and experience
  • Libertyville, Illinois, Seeking a hands-on full-time controller to oversee all financial activities of the Company. Construction experience is required.   Major job responsibilities Supervise and manage the day-to-day accounting functions including AP, AR, PR, GL, FA Supervise and manage weekly payroll and all related payroll reporting and tax filings including certified payroll reporting Manage all external audits including annual financial statement, annual insurance, annual union(3) fringe benefits Prepare timely interim financial statements Assist outside CPA with annual audit workpapers and income tax return preparation Manage annual renewal of all business insurances including non-union health insurance Manage Company 401K plan Maintain Company surety, banking, and lending relationships Qualifications Construction accounting experience including job costing and work in process Bachelor’s degree, CPA certification a plus but not required based on experience level Knowledge of and experience with Microsoft Excel and Word Company uses Spectrum by Viewpoint accounting software integrated with Heavy Job and Heavy Bid software for field reporting and estimating, experience with Spectrum is a plus
  • New Orleans, Louisiana, Palmisano is a major commercial construction company based in New Orleans with aggressive growth plans into multiple markets over the next five years.  We are seeking a dynamic Controller to help us execute our growth plans and build a better world.  This is a major career opportunity with plenty of growth potential.  If you have the qualifications and key competencies described below and are looking for a once in a lifetime opportunity to grow with an exciting organization, then Palmisano wants to hear from you! Summary Description:  The Controller will oversee and manage the financial activities of the company, including providing leadership and direction to the accounting team. Responsibilities: Consistent and timely financial reporting for the company and its subsidiaries in accordance with GAAP, including consolidations. Participate in short-term and long-term financial planning, including responsibility for a rolling forecast. Lead the annual budgeting process. Coordinate and oversee the annual audit and tax return preparation with the company’s CPA firm. Coordinate and oversee the annual audit of the 401(k) plan. Perform ongoing financial analyses and provide meaningful financial data to a multitude of stakeholders, taking into account the unique needs of each stakeholder. Recommend and implement best practices that insure efficient financial workflows and reporting while maintaining appropriate internal controls. Assist in overseeing compliance with federal, state and, local regulatory requirements. Assist in managing the company’s banking relationships. Assist in managing the company’s surety relationships. Maintain contractor’s licensing in multiple states. Assist in managing the financial aspects of the company’s insurance programs and benefit programs. Perform high level reviews of multiple payrolls. Lead and develop a high-performance team through training, coaching, and mentoring. Support and drive utilization of various Palmisano initiatives and technologies. Perform additional duties as directed by supervisor. Key Competencies: Exemplifies Palmisano's core values of Renegade Mentality, Sweep Floors, Build Relationships, Absolute Integrity, and Safety Always. Insatiable Curiosity – Always asking "why" to find the root cause and allowing the right problem to be solved. Driven to collaborate and innovate. Organization and Planning – Takes a methodical approach to planning daily activities. Interpersonal Skills – Establishes cooperative, collaborative, trusting relationships with co-workers and stakeholders. Communication – Communicates with co-workers and stakeholders effectively through written, verbal, and non-verbal communication, as well as intentional listening. Must have a can-do attitude and the drive to get things done. Ideal Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting. CPA required. 3+ years of public accounting experience with a solid exposure to audits and a firm understanding of taxation (S corporation, partnership and individual taxation). 8+ years of commercial construction accounting experience. Demonstrated experience leading teams and delivering results. Proficiency with software, including accounting cost management software (Viewpoint Spectrum or similar), MS Office Suite, and project management software. Palmisano is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
  • Fairfax, Virginia, The Controller is responsible for providing direction and leadership for the financial operations of the company or a large segment of the company’s activities.  Responsible for making our #1 critical success factor, safety first, a priority in all tasks and activities performed by self and all others involved.  Promote PerLectric’s Core Values and safety culture.  Embrace, support, and promote the four critical success factors of Safety First, Employee Satisfaction, Customer Satisfaction, and Financial Success. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES: Direct and coordinate the accounting, budgeting and other financial operations of assigned area in compliance with GAAP and the company’s Sarbanes Oxley internal control requirements. Participate in planning the objectives, methods and resources of short- and long-range financial operations of the company. Recommend policies and procedures relating to financial and business practices of the company. Prepare month-end, quarter-end, and year-end financial statements. Prepare tax files for Corporate Tax Department. Work with outside entities on taxes and tax rebates. Provide administrative and technical supervision to assigned administrative, accounting & payroll staff. Conducts performance evaluations and wage reviews.  Recommends training and development activities for assigned staff. Responsible for and/or oversee the preparation of required Federal and State financial and payroll reports as well as monthly and quarterly financial and related reports to the President and/or Corporate Executives. Assures that accounting records are prepared and maintained in accordance with the company’s accounting policies, chart of accounts and related accounting principles and practices, and that subordinate ledgers reconcile with the general ledger. Directs maintenance of fixed asset records and related depreciation accounts; provides interpretative assistance as to the proper capitalization/expensing of outlays and grouping of fixed assets by class, as well as depreciation methodology. Collaborates with management to develop schedules, procedures, and systems to enable the timely and informative accumulation, adjustment, and reporting of financial data. Functions as management link between staff, internal auditors, external auditors and corporate accounting. Perform additional duties as assigned. We are an equal opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local law.  Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer.  Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans Educational and experience requirements include: Four-year accounting degree with advanced degree or CPA preferred. Minimum five years’ experience required. Extensive experience and knowledge of all aspects of corporate accounting and financial management required, including GAAP, SOX and other regulatory requirements. Thorough knowledge of all relevant Federal, State, and local requirements regarding financial records and benefit compliance. Knowledge of the unique aspects of construction accounting preferred. KEY SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES Requires strong analytical and organizational abilities to control projects and to manage multiple priorities.  Strong interpersonal skills required to effectively present information to senior management and to deal with internal/external customers.  Ability to promote a team environment and effectively manage work of support staff.  Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and Viewpoint’s Spectrum applications.  Ability to maintain confidentiality of corporate financial data is essential.  Background check, credit check and drug screen required.  Wage commensurate with experience and education. Competitive benefits including health, dental, vision, life and AD&D insurance. 401k with employer match (fully vested) 7 paid holidays PTO (vacation/sick)
  • Flagstaff, Arizona, Genterra Enterprises is a comprehensive real estate development firm creating excellence through expertise, partnerships, and innovative financing.  Genterra Enterprises provides the highest quality of services focused on healthy communities and sustainable growth. We currently have an exceptional opportunity for a Real Estate Accounting Manager.  This position will be based out of our corporate headquarters in Flagstaff, Arizona. Position Responsibilities This position is responsible for the accurate accounting and financial analysis for our development and management projects.  In this role, you will be responsible for: Financial modeling and pro formas. Produce internal financial statements. Purchasing materials and services. A/P and A/R. Cash Management and forecasting. Generation of cost and production reports for management review. Investigation of significant variances or deviations. Contract compliance tracking. Vendor Lien Waiver tracking. Other accounting and financial services. 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 We may be a bit biased, but we think Flagstaff is a wonderful place to call home.  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: chooseflagstaff.com/living-here Requirements At least six (6) years of accounting and financial analysis 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/Finance.
  • Auburn, Washington, Mid sized public works landscape contractor seeks energetic accountant with minimum 5 years experience, some construction preferred.  Help drive this growing company to the next level while being a vital piece of the office team.  Must be willing to take on a variety of tasks, work independently with confidence and manage a small friendly staff.   This company has a great reputation and openings do not come along often.  Easy commute in South King County.     Min. 5 yrs experience, construction background preferred Viewpoint Vista software a plus Good Verbal and Writing skills Background and drug testing required
  • Hanover, Pennsylvania, Burkentine Real Estate Group , Hanover, PA, is a family-owned, family-led multifaceted company, including Burkentine Builders, Burkentine Properties, Burkentine Investments and Burkentine Land Development. We design, build, and rent homes in PA, MD, and beyond. For nearly three decades, we have crafted some of the finest communities in the region. A vertically integrated company, Burkentine has built residential projects including apartments, townhomes, duplexes, and single-family homes, as well as commercial projects for office buildings and storage units. In addition, Burkentine has a portfolio of communities that are privately owned by the company. Our commitment to our customers, team members, and community, along with our comprehensive services, have allowed us to deliver meaningful spaces and maximize happiness.  Our mission and family-first values inspire us to help others Live Different every day! Burkentine Real Estate Group is seeking a VP of Finance / Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to provide hands-on leadership to the Burkentine enterprise, driving each business unit toward financial excellence. The ideal candidate will fully align with and strengthen the values and mission of the organization. As a resource to the Burkentine Family, the VP of Finance / Chief Financial Officer (CFO), will be responsible for working collaboratively with company leaders and family members to develop and advance the overall financial strategy of the organization. The ability to develop people, apply sound business management principles for companywide efficiencies, drive revenue generation, and foster sustainable growth, are essential to the role. VP of Finance / Chief Financial Officer (CFO) position qualifications: Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, business, essential; MBA, preferred; Master’s degree in real estate, a plus Minimum of 5 years of experience in a leadership role as a financial professional in a multi-faceted organization, required CPA licensure and/or CCIFP designation is a plus, but not required Background in real estate development, property management, and/or construction, a plus Experience in a family business, desired Proficiency with technology, needed Demonstrated community involvement, a plus Please provide cover letter and resume to our consultants: www.northgroupconsultants.com/jobs
  • Battle Ground, Washington, Silvertrek Systems is looking for a Senior Accountant/CPA – or as we say, “Keeper of the Books.” We love construction. We love accounting. We make people’s lives easier by customizing their accounting software so that they can run their construction companies better. We are specifically looking for someone to oversee daily, monthly/quarterly/year-end finances and budgets for our client companies. This includes company financial reporting/compliance, required tax reporting and payments, and reviewing accounts such as WIP, AR/AP and payroll.   Here’s what you get: 1. $80k – $100k starting wage depending on experience & certification(s). 2. 2 weeks paid time off per year, plus holidays. You can’t just work all the time. 3. The work is fun, fresh and dynamic. You will be working for our finance lead and helping with a mix of projects and support. 4. We aren’t big on stress. So, while we will expect you to work efficiently and get things done, we focus on open communication and getting things done right the first go around. 5. After 90 days you can open a retirement account and we’ll match your contribution up to 3%. 6. After 90 days you will also be eligible for health insurance. 7. Once you’re comfortable with your tasks, you will have the flexibility to work remotely some of the time, or even take working vacations. 8. After a year here, you get a share of the profits. That means the hard work you put into making the company succeed gets rewarded with cold hard cash. 9. After 2 years of loyal service you get an additional 2 weeks of paid vacation per year, but it comes with a catch! It’s not optional and you must take it consecutively without access to email (seriously!). We call this the Intermission, and it helps us strengthen our internal processes just as much as it helps you relax and unwind.  Here’s what the job duties entail: 1. A Keeper of the Books at Silvertrek is responsible for management-only financial statements for our customers. While we do not provide reviewed or audited financials, our CPAs/Accountants provide meaningful and timely financials to our construction clients. 2. Preparation of quarterly and annual budgets, reporting on variances. 3. Understanding and complying with local, state, and federal reporting requirements and filing taxes, licenses, etc. 4. Monthly reconciliation of GL, AR, AP, and bank statements, posting applicable journal entries. 5. Client facing meetings. Our Keepers are also stewards of the client accounts. 6. Problem solving. The buck stops right here when it comes to finding solutions to everyday finance and bookkeeping problems. 7. Managing a small team of Staff & Junior Accountants (we call ‘em “Scribes”) to help get the day-to-day work done. Note: Since we work with construction using Vista by Viewpoint, please highlight in your cover letter any construction-related accounting you’ve done, and if you have any experience with the software. Here’s what we expect from you: 1. You need to be the type of person who gets joy out of getting things done. Every day there is a lot to do. Fun stuff. Important stuff. Necessary stuff. 2. You will be on the phone a lot. So, you need to enjoy talking with people and giving/getting direction 3. You need to nail down the details. You don’t need to race through work and get things done half-assed. We need you to slow things down and get them done right. 4. You need to be a person who loves to deliver remarkable experiences to other people. You know, you need to be someone who feels good by making other people feel good. 5. Our office is casual, but we do expect professionalism and punctuality Ultimately, your job will be to help the entire team in any way you can. We automate systems for our customers using a wide range of technologies. Most of these projects involve Vista by Viewpoint. To learn more about us, check out https://silvertrek.net. In addition to being a detailed person, you must follow systems and processes. In fact, just to prove that you are detailed oriented and can follow procedures, when you apply for this position in the subject line of the email you must include “I’m ready to join the trek!” in the subject line . (THIS IS IMPORTANT) Yep, that’s our little trick to sort out the people who blanket send their resume to anyone and everyone, from the folks (that’s you) who are truly interested in this position. We are looking to bring our new colleague on board as soon as possible, but we will spend the necessary time to find the best fit both in abilities and culturally. One thing that will give you a BIG leg up (but is optional) is to send a quick video in along with your resume. In your video tell us why you think you’re perfect for this job and why you will be perfect for this position. This is purely for us to get a sense of your personality. And if you decide not to send a video (that’s ok), please tell us why you chose not to send in a video. Reply to this ad or email jobs@silvertrek.net We can’t wait to meet you! Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, PTO
  • Newton, Massachusetts, Founded in 1947, Elaine Construction has a history of providing quality construction management services based on the idea that the quality of our business is connected to the quality of the relationships we forge - with our clients and with our team.   We are a third-generation, family owned and operated, woman certified business.  We have been proud to have been awarded one the of the Boston Globe’s Top Places to work and one of the Commonwealth Institute/Boston globe’s top Woman-Led businesses.  Additionally, our CEO was recognized as one of the Boston Globe’s Most Admired CEO’s. We need a Construction Accountant who is a strong team player and wants to contribute to a company with strong values and work ethic to join our team.  If that’s you - then keep on reading!   The Construction Accountant will be responsible for supporting the company's day-to-day accounting activities, including AP invoice entry, preparing check runs, assisting the month-end close process including bank reconciliations, lien waiver tracking, and supporting the Accounting Team as needed. Job Duties Include : Assist with tracking lien waivers Data entry of subcontractor change orders Assist with preparation of weekly check runs Entering subcontractor and supplier invoices into the accounting system. Review and analyze AP Aging. 1099 assistance. New job entry into the system. Assist the Accounting Team with Month End Close Process. Assist preparing owner requisitions, change orders and comprehensive back up packages. Support accounting data needs of Project Managers as directed. Reconcile cash accounts with bank statements and general ledger. Track subcontractor and owner lien waivers as required. About Us: Founded in 1947, Elaine Construction has a history of providing quality construction management services; based on the idea that the quality of our business is grounded in the quality of the relationships we forge, with our clients and with our staff. We provide the services of deeply committed professionals to develop creative solutions to clients in the institutional, corporate, commercial, and nonprofit sectors. As a mid-sized company, we are able to give every project attention at the principal level. Elaine Construction is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or disability status. Qualifications: Construction Accounting Experience Sage 300CRE Experience Bachelor's degree, Accounting preferred Strong overview of AP, AR, and billing. Excellent analytical skills. Advanced Excel skills.
  • Fort Myers, Florida,   $1,000.00 sign on bonus  ROLE SUMMARY:   Responsible for providing application software support for VISTA to all users by providing training and the creation of reports through SSRS and Crystal reporting of moderate to complex difficulty. Supports training on business systems. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: Create reports of moderate to complex difficulty in both SSRS and Crystal reporting for VISTA. Support users with the use of VISTA software (all modules) and maximize the software functionality across the entire organization. SQL Database management and knowledge of performing routine software updates. Troubleshoot existing reports and queries in VISTA. Integration of VISTA (Viewpoint Software) to other business applications. Works to support end users with VISTA knowledge and troubleshooting of existing workflows.    MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: A minimum of seven (7) years experience with VISTA by Viewpoint software and integration to and from other applications. Must be comfortable supporting ALL Vista modules including service and integrations with other products. Must possess VISTA knowledge and troubleshooting skills to support end users. SQL Database management and SQL programming ability and troubleshooting experience helpful. Good communication and organizational skills. Proficiency in MS Office Suite products. Proven training ability for small to large user groups expanding the use of VISTA.        https://jobs.jobvite.com/bandiflorida
  • Fredericksburg, Virginia, Job Summary To record and report financial data in an accurate and timely manner so that management can make informed decisions regarding company operations.  Duties and Responsibilities/Essential Functions Prepare Monthly Financials including: Balance Sheet line item Reconciliations Review all I/S accounts for coding errors/issues and recode as necessary Obtain copies of Fixed Asset & contributions invoices; review for coding As needed, prepare distributions to owners, coordinate lot acquisitions & funding draws Perform monthly job cost and general ledger closeout procedures to include, but not limited to: Bank reconciliations, month-end adjusting journal entries, general ledger account reconciliations with subsidiary ledgers, indirect cost allocation, work in process review and close jobs.  To be completed by the COB fifth business day. Review closed jobs for outstanding items (last 6 months)- AP Estimate Review job budgets for +/- 1%: Prepare a monthly ratio analysis to include at a minimum: debt/ equity ratio, return on equity, return on assets, land as a percentage of sales, direct construction costs as a percentage of sales. Prepare a monthly gross margin report by individual house closed.                                 Prepare a monthly budget variance report. Work with Purchasing to determine accruals and cost to complete on closed jobs. Prepare journal entries and update subsidiary ledgers as needed for deposits, HUD-1's, bank draws, commissions, bank transfers, and miscellaneous items on a weekly basis. Input biweekly payroll data into Sage and review 401k monthly matches and input into Sage.  Calculate Earned Incentive Quarterly and once approved, provide to HR.  Annually work with CPA firm on third party audit of Atlantic Builders financial statements.  All documents for the audit and tax return must be submitted to CPA by January 31 each year. Send Audited Financials to lenders and CPA preparing tax return. Assist CFO in creating annual budget.  Input annual budget in Sage. Prepare 3, 6, 9 and 12-month projections for various accounting metrics. Prepare Builder 20 financials quarterly and assist in annual restatement of financial statements to Builder 20 format. Annually prepare personal property tax returns, review and approve real estate taxes for payment and renew all business licenses. LLC’s with ownership by Atlantic Builders’ principals - prepare, as needed, deposits, draw requests, bank reconciliations, check requests, update subsidiary ledgers and close monthly.  Monthly close will include sending out a summary to the owners for each LLC.  Summary and any distributions should be sent out on or before the 20 th of each month.  LLC’s should be closed for the year and submitted to CPA by February 15. Supervise AP Clerk. Download bank operating account details and reconcile daily. Monitor Bond and Warranty Reserve.  Allocate the cost appropriately.  Old jobs that are out of warranty are expensed and not applied to the accruals.  Reconcile Quarterly to be sure the reserve has been adjusted for over/under amounts. Monitor CY/PY Accruals and adjust to actual quarterly.  This will include working with Trade Partners and Project Managers monthly to ensure cost to complete items are completed and invoiced in a timely fashion. Manage Gross Margin Spreadsheet and be sure it is updated daily.  Work with Purchasing to get the process automated. Ensure Sales Tax compliance. Other duties as assigned. BS Degree in Accounting or Finance required Minimum of 3 to 5 years experience Prefer new home construction experience Prefer Sage experience  Support all Atlantic Builders Core Values Delighted Customers Respect All Opinions Act with Urgency Give Back Have Fun and Celebrate Do It Right the First Time Incentive Program after 6 months