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  • Frisco, Texas, United American Steel Constructors, Inc (UNAMSCO) is an established private/closely held holding company specializing in the steel erecting construction segment.  UNAMSCO's primary office is located in Frisco, TX but will consider setting up office in one of our subsidiary offices in the NW part of Houston, TX for the right candidate.  Position involves overseeing the operation of 2 controllers at the primary subsidiary operating companies, with primary focus on the union group and performing consolidations and forecasts and coordinating audits, banking, insurance and taxes.  Candidate will need to be very hands-on. Salary Range is $125K to $150K based on qualifications and experience.   Educational and experience requirements include:  Four year business/accounting degree with advanced degree preferred and professional certification a plus.  Extensive industry experience (over 10 years) and knowledge of all aspects of construction accounting, taxation, and financial management required.  Excellent communication, interpersonal, leadership, and organizational skills are vital. PRIMARY FUNCTION: Provide overall leadership and direction for the financial operations of the company, subsidiaries, and projects including treasury, IT and accounting functions. TYPICAL DUTIES: 1.  Establish and implement corporate financial and accounting policies, procedures, and structures within the boundaries established by the Board of Directors. 2.  Provide administrative and technical direction to all financial operations to insure corporate financial data is as accurate as possible.   3.  Establish and direct all short-term and long-range financial plans.  Responsible for planning the objectives, methods and resources of short and long range financial operations of the company.   4.  Direct the processing and dissemination of financial data required by executive team to establish and maintain operating budgets and related controls procedures.  5.  Provide guidance and direction to subordinate managers toward their professional development, and guide the in-service training and development of subordinate staff to insure and maintain a competent finance and accounting unit. 6.  Serve as a member of the management team, providing financial data and analysis as required. 7.  Insure a positive financial posture is maintained for the corporation and subsidiary units.   Provide financial data to all external agencies and firms as required for ascertaining levels of bonding, insurance, credit and the like. 8. Provide corporate leadership to other executives and managers to insure financial success within their operational scope. 9.  Oversee the preparation of required Federal and State financial and informational tax reports, annual insurance renewals and annual audit of company financial reports. 10. Responsible for preparation of the monthly consolidating financial statements. 11.  Perform as directed by President or Board of Directors.  
  • San Jose, California, Reports to: Senior Accountant Summary of Position: This person will be responsible for managing and maintaining Blach’s accounting of job costs to provide accurate financial information to management. This position requires attention to detail, as well as proactive cross-functional collaboration throughout the organization. Typical Duties:                         Record monthly SDI and GL insurance to jobs Manage Textura subcontractor billing tool for Blach’s Southern California region, including reviewing sub tier lien releases, preliminary notices, AR collections, and authorizing subcontractor payments Job cost transfers, including miscellaneous transfers and B job cost transfers Record monthly cell phone allocation to jobs Review and produce IT service invoices Record monthly iPad and Verizon invoices to jobs Review and record monthly fuel allocation to jobs Monthly reconciliation of cost and billings Update and manage Silicon Valley Equipment Leasing tool information Maintain and track business licenses Skills/Qualifications:             Bachelor’s degree in Accounting 3-5 years of experience GL experience required, including recording journal entries and performing reconciliations Construction industry experience preferred Excellent Microsoft Excel skills Extreme attention to detail, highly organized Proactive, takes initiative on all projects Great analytical and critical thinking skills Strong communication skills Position Status:  Full-time, regular business hours, non-exempt Compensation: Blach Construction offers an outstanding compensation package, including a highly competitive base salary, an initial three weeks of paid vacation (growing to four weeks after five years of service), holidays, and sick leave. Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision coverage, 401(k) plan with company match, profit-sharing, long-term disability insurance, cash bonuses based upon performance, professional development and education assistance, paid parental leave, credit union membership, adoption assistance, infertility treatment assistance, student loan pay-down program, health club/gym subsidy, professional affiliations and many other benefits. The company practices a progressive management style that truly values and appreciates high-quality team members.
  • Nationwide, This job can be worked remotely anywhere in the US WHAT YOU'LL DO • Manage a remote accounting team including job time budgets and job profitability. • Provides general advisory services to clients via scheduled remote meetings. • Direct point of contact for construction client engagements. • Partners with client accounting staff and CFO to maintain and foster relationships within construction industry. • Research and share knowledge of best practices in areas of business concern or interest to each client. • Responsible for managing and finalizing the accounting period close. • Review financial statements, contracts in progress schedule, management reports and other key performance indicators for accuracy. • Manage financial reporting accuracy for clients and Board of Directors. • Advise client on process improvement in their accounting department and internal controls. • Provide technical accounting assistance to clients and internal team. • Mentor and train direct reports to grow in their roles and responsibilities. • Embrace new technology, including various accounting software and demonstrate the ability to adapt and learn quickly. WHAT WE SEEK • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting • 6+ years of advanced, hands on, full cycle accounting experience that includes financial statement and work in progress schedule preparation within the construction industry. • Previous public accounting experience preferred • US GAAP and financial statement analytic experience preferred • Experience with a Contracts in Progress (Work in Progress) schedule is preferred • Minimum of 2 years supervisory experience. • Proven ability to build and manage relationships.   Wipfli is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All candidates will receive consideration for employment without regards to race, creed, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, veteran status, disability, or any other characteristics protected by federal, state, or local laws.   Wipfli is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities. If you require a reasonable accommodation to complete an application, interview, or participate in our recruiting process, please send us an email at hr@wipfli.com   Wipfli supports equal pay for equal work and values each candidate’s unique experiences and skill sets. Compensation is determined by a variety of factors including, but not limited to, location, individuals' skills, experience, training, licensure and certifications, business needs and applicable employment laws.   Individuals may be eligible for an annual discretionary bonus, subject to participation rules and based on a variety of factors including, but not limited to, individual and Firm performance.   Wipfli cares about our associates and offers a variety of benefits to support their well-being. Highlights include 8 health plan options (both HMO & PPO plans), dental and vision coverage, opportunity to enroll in HSA with potential Firm contribution and an Employee Assistance Program. Other benefits include firm-sponsored basic life and short and long-term disability coverage, a 401(k) savings plan & profit share as well as Firm matching contribution, well-being incentive, education & certification assistance, flexible time off, family care leave, parental leave, family formation benefits, cell phone reimbursement, and travel rewards. Voluntary benefit offerings include critical illness & accident insurance, hospital indemnity insurance, legal, long-term care, pet insurance, ID theft protection, and supplemental life/AD&D. Eligibility for all benefits programs is dependent on annual hours expectation, position status/level and location. Wipfli offers flexibility for many positions to be performed remotely; please discuss your work preferences with your recruiter during the interview process. base salary + benefits + discretionary bonus
  • Brewster, New York, The Senior Project Accountant will be responsible for carrying out day-to-day functions and operations with a concentration on Accounts Payable. Key Responsibilities: Set up, lead, oversee, and implement procedures to insure client contractual requirements are met in regard to billing and accounts receivable. Perform client contract analysis to determine the billing deadlines, payments terms, billable and non-reimbursable expenses, agreements for insurance, and fee billings along with approved billing rates for staff and/or trade labor. Regularly audit client billing and project ledger, ensure both are meeting with contract requirements, GAAP, and company policy. Manage accounts payable for vendor invoice processing, ensure proper sales and use tax are accounted for and responsible for keeping accounts up to date for assigned projects. Manage accounts payable for subcontractor invoice processing, ensure all applicable lien waivers are submitted, and contracts and insurance requirements are in place prior to scheduling payments. Report to project team any subcontractor payment issues. Complete month close process ensuring all client bills and project costs are posted or accrued if work is in place and of material value. Update monthly projects assets and rentals for insurance documentation with project team. Manage project financial closeout along with project team. Ensure final contract amount and closeout documentation requirements have been met and agreed to by subcontractors prior to issuing final payments. Responsible for cash position reporting with respect to net assets, liabilities, and unfunded work in place, communicate any potential risks or profitability to project team. Assist with all internal and external audit requests. Other activities, duties, and responsibilities as assigned. Preferred Skills: Strong computer skills required, particularly Microsoft Excel and Adobe Acrobat Excellent oral and written communication skills Effective interpersonal skills Detail-oriented and reliable Efficient organizational skills - ability to prioritize multiple priorities Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality Experience with Foundation Accounting Software and/or Payroll4Construction software Thoughtful problem-solver possessing a continuous improvement mindset who can contribute recommendations to enhance efficiency and productivity   Bachelor’s degree in accounting is preferred Minimum 3+ years of accounts payable experience preferred, but will consider comparable experience within the construction industry for exceptional candidates •Health insurance •Paid time off