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  • Springdale, Arkansas, ISO an experienced Controller.  Candidate should be a special person that embraces technology and software in construction accounting, oversees accounting staff of 9 and aids operations in financial analysis on a regular basis.  This person will be responsible for all accounting processes with in the company as well as all external financial statement presentations to third parties and all taxing authorities and data analysis.  This position has potential growth into the CFO position in the future.  Candidates need to be well versed in construction industry accounting and finance.   Must have 4 year degree in accounting, CPA highly preferred, MBA preferred.  All salary negotiations will be handled by the President of the company and will be dependent upon experience.
  • Honolulu, Hawaii, Responsibilities:   Work closely with management team and provide supervision and support to accounting team Prepare journal entries and necessary tasks to generate financial statements and maintain accurate and timely financial reports. Assist as needed to the financial analysis, budgeting, forecasting, cash flow, taxes and risk management Perform financial audits and coordinate with CPA Assist in setting up accounting systems and metrics that will measure and communicate financial records accurately Maintain, document and review finance compliance processes for internal controls Perform ad hoc analysis and projects as requested An Equal Opportunity Employer . Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance. CPA or MBA preferred. 3-5 years of experience in a public accounting firm preferred. Self-motivated, detail oriented, multi-tasking and strong understanding of GAAP and knowledge of ASC606.
  • south bend, Indiana, HRP Construction Inc. is seeking an accountant to join our team where you will lead construction accounting functions such as, accounts payable, payroll and technology.  You will have the opportunity to grow, create, automate and innovate.  You will not be just a number! What You'll Do: Maintain subcontracts and purchase orders in accounting system Maintain compliance with accounting policies and internal control procedures Develop and manage the accounts payable system Assist in preparation of monthly financial and year end audit Process weekly internal payroll, union dues, and payroll taxes Manage certification of insurance for subcontractors Prepare financial analysis and reports in response to internal queries What We're Looking For: You want to be a part of a company that is all about its people and seeks to provide an exceptional employment experience You are ethical, highly organized, accurate, hard-working, creative and love solving problems You maintain confidentiality and exercise extreme discretion You care about your fellow team members and value them as your customers You are a huge fan of technology, skilled at numerous software platforms, and enjoy seeking new applications, services, automation, and tools to streamline processes with minimal manual inputs and resources You are great at accurately compiling and analyzing data You are a great communicator, able to translate the truth of the numbers to your fellow team members, many of whom may lack financial literacy You enjoy your role of making date easy to understand for others by utilizing clear reports and graphs that show how to drive team results Please apply to JoinTheTeam@hrpconstruction.com with the subject line "I am the accountant you are looking for!" and include your resume and cover letter. We offer a very generous benefit package including health, dental, vision insurance, short and long term disability, robust 401k plan, vacation, sick, holiday time off.
  • Norristown, Pennsylvania, Job Summary: Local construction management firm seeks Full Time Project Cost Accountant for monitoring the financial progress of all projects, approving expenses, and ensuring that project billings are issued to clients and payments are collected. Essential functions: Entry and update of project budget Entry of project invoices - vendor and subcontractor - including allocation to Job Cost items and calculation of retainage Processing of Accounts Payable payments Allocation of payroll to budget line items Preparation of budget versus actual reports Assisting in the month end close of the General Ledger - including account reconciliations Other accounting-related tasks assisting Controller and Project Management staff Benefits Medical Insurance including Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA) Dental, Vision, Short Term, Long Term, Life Insurance, AD&D Personal Time Off Competitive Salary Based on Experience 401k w/ employer match   Email resume, salary requirements and list of references to Sharon Rock at srock@mcdonaldbc.com Qualifications: Bachelors Degree in Accounting preferred At least two years experience in Construction Accounting including lien waivers Certified Payroll experience Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, MS Excel & MS Outlook primarily Experience with QuickBooks Excellent oral and written communication skills Attention to Detail Confidentiality Experience with Procore a plus Knowledge of AIA billings is a plus Experience with Stampli would be a plus Benefits: 401(k), 401(k) matching, Dental insurance, Disability insurance, Flexible schedule, Health insurance, Health Reimbursement Account, Life insurance, Paid time off, Parental leave, Professional development assistance, Referral program, Retirement plan, Tuition reimbursement, Vision insurance Supplemental Pay: Bonus pay
  • West Palm Beach, Florida, Job Summary   Perform a variety of accounts payable & other tasks, including creating purchase orders (POs), invoice scanning and processing, obtaining vendor statements with applicable follow up, maintaining records, backup receptionist duties and assisting with other Accounts Payable functions.     Duties and Responsibilities   Process invoices and receiver information through Enterprise One and Bottomline Technologies as follows:   Prepares POs for invoices to be paid (usually non-field POs) and/or verify existing POs     Print and/or receive vendor invoices from AP mail or email.   Obtain and sort invoices, tickets and other receiver information by date and job site, confirm appropriate signatures verifying information.    Contact appropriate PMs or field personnel when receivers are not obtained within 5 days of obtaining invoices.  Contact vendor as last resort and only after formally notifying supervisor and appropriate PM and/or others in writing (e-mail).   Contact vendors regarding invoices and statements where applicable. Ensure correct purchase order #s on all invoices and follow up exceptions as appropriate   Process/scan/validate batches/invoices into Enterprise One and Bottomline Technologies software systems (invoices & receivers as applicable)   Investigate discrepancies/issues to above tasks in a timely manner; verify corrections to POs and invoices as needed.    Process & cut system checks (weeklies & monthlies) & daily manual checks   Match invoices to AP checks     Review vendor bank statements, checking for missed invoices/bills/credits/other issues Maintain worksheets for manual & blanket POs  Handle vendor phone calls covering various issues   Perform other miscellaneous duties Collects invoices from Royal Palm PO Box    Open/sort A/P mail    Back up receptionist duties – less than 1-3 hours/week (see Receptionist job description)   Print checks for other Ranger divisions as requested P erform other duties as assigned.      Knowledge, Skills and Abilities   The following knowledge, skills and abilities are required:   Perform the job accurately and thoroughly by prioritizing and planning work activities appropriately and meeting all internal deadlines;    Demonstrate a professional demeanor and respond promptly to internal and external contacts;   Use time efficiently to meet productivity standards;   Self-review one’s work to ensure a quality output;   Respond to management direction to solicit and apply feedback to improve performance;  Adapt to changes in the work environment, manage competing demands and deal with frequent change, delays or unexpected events;   Listen to and understand information and ideas presented through spoken words and sentences, concentrate on a task over a period of time without being distracted necessary; Recognize problems and potential issues with the system;   Understand and communicate safety and work instructions, commands and goals in common English is required;   Administrative and clerical procedures and systems such as data entry, word processing, managing files and records and other office procedures;    Variety of personal computer and office software (Microsoft Office, JDEdwards, document scanning software), and office machinery (copiers, scanners, printers, facsimile equipment).     The following physical abilities are required:   Ability to see to read documents, computer screens and other office equipment, files, information, etc.;   Ability to hear when using telephones, radios and verbal conversation;   Ability to sit at a workstation for sufficient time to complete assigned tasks;   Ability to lift document boxes is helpful but not necessarily required.     Good oral communication and interpersonal skills are needed to communicate with crew members, other employees and non-employees.  The ability to understand and communicate safety and production instructions, commands and goals in common English is required.     Work Context   Work is performed in an office environment during regular business hours.  Overtime may be necessary at times.  Work includes using office equipment such as copiers, scanners, printers, personal computers, telephones and radios.  Extensive sitting at a work station while viewing a computer screen is required.     Health benefits + 401K (after 6 months)
  • Jacksonville, Florida, Haskell is looking for a Tax Manager here in the Jacksonville, FL office. This resources will be responsible for performing and supervising various sales & use, local, and gross receipts tax research, compliance, and planning tasks.    Job Responsibilities Responsible for review and filing of all monthly, quarterly and annual sales & use tax returns, gross receipts tax returns, and related payments. Responsible for preparing all monthly, quarterly and annual sales & use tax returns, gross receipts tax returns, and related payments, if necessary. Responsible for preparing and/or review of VAT and GST returns for certain foreign country compliance. Maintain and reconcile sales and use tax account balances on a monthly, quarterly, or annual basis. Assists all Haskell team members by handling their questions on sales/use tax – from taxability to tax rates. Researches sales & use and gross receipts tax information for new and existing jobs. Manages and coordinates correspondence and notices related to tax filings. Assists Tax Director with management of state and local income and sales tax compliance information and activities. Perform duties and oversight on state sales & use tax audits. Reviews Journal Entries and Accounts Payable EFT Payments in JDE’s E1 system. Audits and advises invoices, project contracts, and POs for appropriate sales & use tax amounts. Assists with real and personal property tax compliance and returns. Coordinate with appropriate team members with Secretary of State Registrations and annual reports working with Registered Agent. Works on special projects as directed, including coordination/collection of information. Education/Experience Completion of bachelor’s degree in Accounting or equivalent combinations of training and experience.  Five or more years of experience with Sales & Use Tax compliance and accounting required.  Construction sales & use tax compliance and accounting experience is preferred.  Previous sales & use tax management experience preferred. Specific Knowledge, Skills, License, Certifications Etc. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne experience highly desirable. Proficiency with Microsoft Office products required – Word, Excel and Outlook. Proficiency with tax research tools (CCH, RIA, BNA, OneSource, TTR, Avalara, etc.). Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work as a team player. Experience and demonstrated ability to handle multiple projects at a time. Knowledge of sales/use taxes and how these relate to construction accounting. Strong organizational skills are a must.
  • Glenside, Pennsylvania, Glasgow, Inc. is a heavy and highway construction company and materials producer.  We are seeking an ERP specialist to join the accounting team where you will work in collaboration with accounting to provide support to all employees and executives for ERP products system functionality and reporting.  The responsibilities of the position also include overseeing the inventory system including daily inventory tracking and monthly reconciling.  The ERP specialist functions as a proficient team member who can effectively and efficiently support all ERP functions. Responsibilities include: Manage company use of Vista by Viewpoint software and support – including software set up and updates, security, employee support, trouble shooting, reporting Manage integration of Vista with Libra and provide internal support for Libra Systems material sales ticketing Provide general employee support for Microsoft and Sage products Develop and manage Crystal Reports – including report writing and custom reports integrated with Vista, maintain Crystal server Coordinate with and maintain support from third party software support providers: Fleetwatcher, Libra Systems, etc. Support payroll department with internal payroll processing and reporting in Vista Oversee inventory tracking systems and review daily transactions in Vista Review and reconcile monthly physical inventory to Vista Prepare monthly inventory reports for financial reporting and year end audit   What we're looking for: Experience with Vista by Viewpoint or experience with similar integrated ERP systems Experience with inventory systems General knowledge of accounting including accounts payable, accounts receivable, billing and internal payroll processing Ethical, highly organized, detailed, hard-working, and problem solver Ability to maintain confidentiality and exercise extreme discretion Enjoys technology and will keep abreast of industry trends Accurate at compiling and analyzing data Great communication skills, able to explain and clearly communicate to fellow employees, many of whom may lack technology literacy Ability to make data easy to understand for others by utilizing clear reports Salary and benefits: We offer a generous benefit package including health, dental, vision insurance, long term disability, life insurance, a 401k plan with a 5% company match, vacation, sick, holiday time off and a flexible schedule. About Glasgow, Inc. Glasgow, Inc. is a privately owned heavy and highway construction company and materials producer with three subsidiaries operating in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.  The corporate headquarters is located in Glenside, PA. For over 100 years Glasgow, Inc. has been hard at work building a solid reputation in the construction industry. Please apply to rachel.mccool@glasgowinc.com with the subject line "ERP specialist" and include your resume and cover letter.
  • COLUMBIA, Missouri, Controller Leadership here at Techficiency is searching for a Controller to join our team at our Columbia, MO office. If you come to work for us, know you’re joining a high growth Company with a close-knit and talented group of professionals that are constantly pushing the status quo and outperforming the industry. About The Company Techficiency is a mid-sized, family-owned Company that cares about and supports our employees. We are located in the Midwest and are grounded in Midwest work ethic, while ensuring our team has the support, they need to maintain work/life balance. Position Summary Essential Duties and Responsibilities The essential functions include, but are not limited to the following: Planning, directing, and coordinating all accounting operational functions Managing the accumulation all financial data necessary for an accurate reporting of consolidated business results Coordinating and preparing internal and external financial statements Assist management with important financial decisions and forecasting Evaluating accounting and internal control systems and processes for effectiveness and efficiency Overseeing regulatory reporting, frequently including tax planning and compliance Benefits & Wages Casual working environment Competitive Salary Volunteer and charitable opportunities Team workouts Fully stocked break room/kitchen   FLSA & Employment Status Fulltime/Exempt The Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer, drug free workplace, and complies with ADA regulations as applicable. COVID-19 considerations: 6ft Distance or Mask on Required as Local government mandates All applicants are considered for all positions without regard to race, religion, color, sex, gender, sexual orientation, pregnancy, age, national origin, ancestry, physical/mental disability, medical condition, military/veteran status, genetic information, marital status, ethnicity, alienage, or any other protected classification, in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws. By applying for this position, you are seeking to join a team of hardworking professionals dedicated to consistently delivering outstanding service to our customers and contributing to the financial success of the organization, its clients, and its employees. Equal access to programs, services, and employment is available to all qualified persons. Those applicants requiring accommodation to complete the application and/or interview process should contact a management representative. Minimum Requirements Bachelor or Master’s Degree in Accounting 5+ years’ experience in finance or accounting role (including 3+ years’ experience at CPA firm) Research and Strategic Planning skills Excellent verbal and written communication Construction/Real Estate Accounting background   CPA, CMA, CCCIFP or CGMA preferred
  • Burnsville, Minnesota, Review and process project billings Post cash receipts daily Perform general ledger reconciliations Process certified payroll information Setup new employees in the accounting system Complete employment verifications and unemployment claims Assist with sales and use tax returns File personal property tax returns Code overhead invoices in the accounting system Reconcile bank accounts Other accounting tasks as assigned Bachelor’s degree in accounting Proficient in Microsoft Office, Blue Beam and related software programs Knowledge of business intelligence tools Possess knowledge of accounting principles and practices along with the ability to work on multiple projects and meet deadlines Detail-oriented with excellent organizational skills along with strong written and verbal communication skills Comfortable interacting with all levels of personnel in the organization as well as external customers and vendors Ability to prioritize multiple tasks and workload effectively