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  • 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. About our Company Headquartered in Fairfax VA, PerLectric, Inc specializes in electrical construction.  Since our founding in 1992, PerLectric has prided itself on providing a full range of professional electrical services.  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.  We are an 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 including, but not limited to, WIP schedule and review is required.  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)
  • BREA, California, Job Summary: The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) will direct and oversee the financial activities of the corporation, prepare financial reports and be an essential part of the management team.     Supervisory Responsibilities: Oversees Accounting department, budget preparation, and audit functions. Works with each department to help the company achieve its goals. Duties/Responsibilities: Prepare all financial statements, budgets and forecasts including mandatory outside reports. Manage audits. Compare sales and profit projections to actual figures; reports those variances to management. Work with the executives to coordinate planning and establish goals. Review planning process and suggests improvements to current methods. Analyze operations to identify areas in need of reorganization or training. Study long-range economic trends and project their impact on future growth in sales and market share. Required Skills/Abilities: Tenacious Willingness to teach those around you. A strong desire to work as part of a team to reach the company’s goals. Ability to recognize deviations and warning signs Excellent management and supervisory skills. Excellent analytical and organizational skills. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Education and Experience: Master’s degree in Business Administration, Accounting, or Finance required. Certified Public Accountant designation required. Four plus years of experience in construction required. Experience working with unions. Physical Requirements: Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer. Must be able to lift up to 15 pounds at times. Must be able to access various departments of a given location.
  • Santa Clara, California, Joseph J. Albanese, Inc. is seeking a Construction GL Accountant to join our Accounting Team. Under the direction of the Controller, in this role, you'll be utilizing your technical accounting expertise to provide the following support: ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE POSITION Month-end, quarter-end and year-end closing. Prepare and/or review journal entries. Monitor and review financial transactions in the general ledger to ensure accuracy and completeness. Play a key role in the annual audit process. Consolidation, inter-company transactions and reconciliations. Ensure accuracy of financial statements in accordance with GAAP and compliance to internal policies. Manage Fixed Assets and depreciation schedules. Prepare and maintain balance sheet accounts reconciliations. Prepare Property tax returns. Backup support for Payroll. Perform Monthly Bank Reconciliations. Prepares monthly Job Cost Report. Participate in Company process improvement team from an accounting perspective. NOTE: These duties listed are meant to describe the general scope of the work. Other duties may be assigned based on business needs within the organization. Joseph J. Albanese, Inc. provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. SPECIFIC JOB KNOWLEDGE, SKILL, AND ABILITY Bachelor's Degree in Accounting. Strong technical accounting background. At least five years general ledger accounting experience is required. Full knowledge and strong understanding of GAAP. Strong Excel and database skills. Viewpoint/Vista experience a plus. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Strong organizational skills. Team player and have ability to work independently. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including ability to interact effectively with all levels throughout Company organization. OTHER: Ability to work overtime on an as needed basis. General work environment – sitting for long periods, standing, walking, typing, bending. Occasional lifting of up to 15 lbs. 401K Matching and Profit Sharing, Bonuses, Competitive Pay and Benefits.
  • Edgewood, Maryland, POSITION SUMMARY : The Director of Finance manages all accounting functions and accounting staff. Essential Duties & Responsibilities Oversee the activities of the accounting department for the accurate and timely dissemination of financial management reports including internal / external monthly financial statements and reports. Maintain general ledger and assume responsibility for monthly closing activities. Develop staff and monitor employee performance and training. Maintain and utilize specialized knowledge of accounting principles and practices related to construction management or professional services. Oversee the activities of the disbursements department, ensuring the accurate and timely processing of accounts payable, employee expense reports, and cash flow projections. Perform the activities of the accounts receivables to ensure the accurate and timely management of all accounts receivable aging components including billings and cash receipts applications. Provide hands on cash management oversight.  Assure corporate information is given to external tax preparer, and ensure approved tax returns are printed and filed with various agencies.  Establish and maintain systems and controls that verify the integrity of all systems, processes, and data. Drive process improvements, keep abreast of new finance and accounting trends and developments, and identify and implement internal controls. Monitor and lead the implementation of new accounting standards as they pertain to Stella May. Serve as a liaison to the human resource department. Lead the annual budget process. Work collaboratively with director-level personnel across the organization to actively provide timely financial information. Participate in a wide variety of special projects and compile a variety of special reports. Perform other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or related discipline. 5+ years of previous finance management experience in construction. Certified Public Accountant preferred. Experience with cost accounting and WIP. Certified payroll experience preferred. High level of attention to detail and strong time management skills. Strong communication skills, both written and verbal Experience with Viewpoint preferred. Microsoft Office Suite proficiency, especially Excel modeling. Generous compensation and benefit package.
  • 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
  • Sacramento, California, MISSION: In keeping with the core values of Service, Integrity, and Responsibility at B. T. Mancini Co. ( BTM ), the Payroll Administrator processes payroll, resulting in the timely and accurate payment of salaries and wages to BTM employees.  The Payroll Administrator will also ensure that BTM remains compliant with union contracts and ever-changing federal, state, and local requirements and maintains payroll processes & procedures, and provides administrative support.   OUTCOMES Efficiency:   Exhibit incredibly high standards and aim for 100% accuracy.  Using the schedule below, ensure that employees are paid promptly with the correct withholdings and deductions and that withholdings and deductions are remitted on time. Union employees: weekly by Wednesday morning Hourly non-union employees: weekly by Friday morning Compliance:   Subscribe to payroll and compliance-related newsletters, making it a part of your regular work schedule to read them.  Identify gaps in compliance and internal controls, assess and prioritize risks.  Communicate weekly with the Director of Finance to discuss areas of improvement.     Database Management: Maintain ADP Workforce Now platform with up-to-date employee information, including status, pay, and demographic information.  Demonstrate knowledge of system structure and make the most of advanced features, including customizing portals, setting up access and permissions, process workflow, and creating custom templates and reports.    COMPETENCIES Core Competencies Exemplifies a high degree of integrity during the performance of daily responsibilities Adept math and numeracy skills Demonstrates strong typing and 10-key skills and enjoys working in a data entry intensive environment Pays attention to detail and accuracy when entering and reviewing data Works individually and collectively with a sense of urgency Able to organize and manage multiple priorities, bringing assignments to closure Responds and resolves employee and contractor inquiries or issues in an efficient and satisfactory manner   Interpersonal Communicates clearly and effectively with people at all levels of our organization Builds appropriate rapport and constructive & productive relationships with all kinds of people inside and outside of our Company Uses diplomacy and tact to diffuse high-tension situations   Technical Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Prior experience in a payroll role within union and construction environment, including exposure to prevailing wage requirements In-depth knowledge of ADP Workforce Now Computer savvy with intermediate excel and word skills   GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES Maintain all records related to processing payroll Reconcile timecard discrepancies  Enter payroll weekly for field employees,  and eventually add semi-monthly payroll for corporate employees Process and issue employee paychecks and coordinate distribution of paychecks File tax reports and process voluntary deductions for medical, 401k, and Section 125 Process involuntary deductions such as levies and garnishments Prepare accounting transactions and documents for entry into the accounting system Enter new hires into the payroll system and assist the HR Manager with benefit enrollment Post changes in pay and tax status, employee addresses, and other demographic data Ensure compliance with policies and controls and provide recommendations for process improvements Prepare special reports for management, as needed Assist with payroll audits, including tax notices, wage orders, and employment verifications Update union pay rates and fringes as per union agreements   PAY & BENEFITS In addition to a competitive salary, B. T. Mancini Co., Inc. offers a 401(k) with employer-match and benefits, including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance.
  • Lawrenceville , Georgia, Our growing Construction Capital Management Firm is looking for a Controller to join our team. Selected talent will be responsible for the financial and accounting functions of GS Construction and affiliated entities controlled by ownership. The ideal candidate has excellent communication and multitasking skills, a positive attitude, and a strong work ethic. To be successful in this role, you should have in-depth knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and experience with risk management. Ultimately, you’ll make sure we comply with accounting regulations, maximize profits and mitigate risks. Standard Responsibilities Oversee financial operations including AP/AR, job cost accounting, payroll and cash flow management Work-In-Progress reporting & General Ledger Produce monthly financial statements Coordinate quarterly accounting reviews, annual audits and tax returns Prepare the annual financial budget and update the forecasts on a quarterly basis. Create budgets with ownership and manage budgets to ensure fiscal health and responsibility Review of construction contract schedules. Oversee the monthly job cost report process with the President and project managers for use in creating and updating contract schedules and updated work in progress reports for internal and external use. Maintenance of insurance/risk protection program Retirement Programs Assist in the development, implementation and administration of the GS 401(k) plan and other employee benefits. Recommend company cost saving strategiesParticipate in the on-going strategic planning with the JCP leadership team. Perform due diligence and create projections with different scenarios on growth opportunities as needed. Maintain state registrations, business and tax licenses, etc. Document, monitor and update accounting policies Ensure all payments are completed on time (including accounts payable and bank deposits) Review quarterly and annual budgets for all departments Analyze costs and profits Set and track financial KPIs Build risk assessment models to evaluate investments Report on financial status on a regular basis and create ad-hoc reports when needed Maintain accurate and up-to-date filing systems Perform internal audits and assist with external audits Ensure compliance with accounting and tax regulations Skills Decision making Multi tasking Project/task follow-up Experience dealing with banks and financial institutions Work with Senior Management and Operations Managers to ensure financial directives are followed. Excellent written and verbal communication Strong knowledge of Excel and Quick books required · Work directly with CEO to produce cash flow projections as well as departmental budgets BSc or MSc in Accounting or Finance CPA or CMA preferred
  • Lakewood, Colorado, Ludvik Electric is one of the top electrical contractors. Ludvik Electric has put in place over $2.6 billion dollars of electrical installations by completing hundreds of projects throughout the Western United States, including Hawaii and projects as far away as Cape Town, South Africa, and Germany. With an intense emphasis on providing a safe workplace for our employees, the company has consistently performed nearly 1,000,000+ man-hours annually utilizing its own forces and boasts an EMR of .55 for 2020/2021. Ludvik Electric has ambitious standards. We are Powered by our people! Seeking Chief Financial Officer Ludvik is seeking an extraordinary Chief Financial Officer to direct the fiscal functions of the corporation in accordance with financial management techniques and practices appropriate within the construction industry.  Ensures all financial information is provided timely to support the ongoing operations of the company.  What is the Chief Financial Officer Responsible For? (NOT all-inclusive) Plans, develops, organizes, implements, directs, and evaluates Ludvik’s fiscal function and performance. Participates in the development of Ludvik’s plans and programs as a strategic partner. Evaluates and advises on the impact of long-range planning, programs and strategies and regulatory actions. Drive continuous improvement in the budgeting process. Supports, evaluates, and provides financial information needed for the operation and estimating needs. Enhances and/or develops, implements, and enforces policies and procedures by way of systems that improve the overall operation and effectiveness of the corporation. Develops solutions to business challenges through technical financial advice and knowledge. Do you have the qualifications to succeed in this position? CPA and/or Master Degree (MA) or equivalent; ten to fifteen years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. An experienced leader and financial executive with appropriate industry experience. A strategic visionary with sound technical skills, analytical ability good judgment, and strong operational focus. A decisive individual who possesses a “big picture” perspective, well versed in VISTA Accounting system and able to perform required accounting duties if required. Highly prefer individual with VISTA implementation experience.
  • Las Vegas, Nevada, Job description - including but not limited to the following: Schedules job walks with the Owners, when necessary Processes and tracks all submittals/material selections from Subcontractor/Supplier to Owner/Architect. Responsible for tracking job costs, gathering required documents and billing the Owner on AIA type Invoices. Responsible for typing, processing and tracking owner contracts/change orders; subcontracts/change orders and tracking for compliance all subcontract insurance. Attends job site meetings to take minutes. With the help of the Project Manager/Superintendent, gathers plans and spec’s for building permit and submittals. Participates in the bid process by assisting Estimator with sending out and tracking building plans and responses to RFQ’s/RFI’s etc. Responsible for following up with the Owners on past due billings, processing owner delinquent billings for mechanic’s liens. Process all subcontractor invoices into accounting for payment. Upload job budgets from estimating software to project management software Tracks 1st labor and sends out Intents; Tracks last labor for lien rights. Assist Office Manager with tasks as they arrive. Sets up projects in the project management software Close outs projects as they are paid in full Knowledge: Familiar with building permit process; mechanic's lien laws; AIA Software; Job budgets and how they affect a project; Strong math/accounting background MUST HAVE 2 YEARS EXPERIENCE WORKING FOR A GENERAL CONTRACTOR. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE EXPERIENCE IN OWNER BILLINGS AND JOB COSTING DO NOT APPLY. Must pass a drug test and background check. Additional Compensation: •Bonuses Benefits: •Health insurance •Dental insurance •Vision insurance •Employee Assistance Program •Short term disability insurance •Hospital Insurance •Accident Insurance •Life Insurance •Retirement plan •Paid time off •Professional development assistance •Tuition reimbursement
  • San Francisco, California, ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following: Management of the corporate accounting department of the company. Development, maintenance and monitoring the systems of internal controls for the company. Development, implementation and oversight of financial and accounting reporting policies and procedures. Provide input, direction, and support on the ERP system. Interact with MIS and cost management departments to ensure its effectiveness and security. Preparation and monitoring of financial forecasts, budgeting of general and administrative expenses, and review of individual job forecasts. Preparation, review and analysis of financial reports and monitoring of results against budgets and forecasts. Coordination of annual audits, tax planning and oversee the preparation of all corporate tax returns including federal, state, local and other tax compliance issues. Assist project management with accounting issues and other financial needs. Direct in-service training and development of staff. Responsible for cash monitoring, investing, and forecasting. Review of insurance compliance issues for both the company and subcontractors. Review of Subcontractor prequalification packets. Review of Owner contracts to ensure projects adhere to terms of contracts. Perform additional duties as directed by Chief Financial Officer and other executives.  Thorough knowledge of accounting principles and procedures as well as construction accounting are essential.  Knowledge of all relevant Federal, State and local requirements regarding financial records, pension, labor compliance is important. Proficient communication, interpersonal and organizational skills are vital.   Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance, MBA or CPA preferred.  Minimum of 12 years of hands-on accounting managerial experience and knowledge of all aspects of corporate accounting and financial management required. Experience with Viewpoint software a plus. Competitive salary, 401K and health benefits
  • Gilbert, Arizona, Job Summary/Description:  Controller   This position is accountable for the accounting operations of the company, to include the production of periodic financial reports, maintenance of an adequate system of accounting records, and a comprehensive set of controls designed to mitigate risk and enhance the accuracy of the company's reported financial results.  The controller manages the overall accounting department to include any staff or administrative support required to accomplish the day to day accounting functions.  He/she prepares financial statements and analyzes finances in order to prepare balance sheets, profit and loss statement, cash flow projections, budgets, job cost analysis and other reports, which summarize current and projected company financial position.       General Finance and Accounting: Provide financial analysis Cash flow management, projections and reports Manages 401K Payroll: Input weekly timecards into Computer Ease, print reports for weekly filing Accounts Payable: Ensure that payables are paid in a timely manner, write checks Accounts Receivable: Manage all accounts receivable processing Job Cost: Manage the projected final cost projections from information provided by the Project Managers Financial Responsibilities: Manages all banking deposits, bonding requirements Obtain quotes on insurances for the company; general liability, worker's compensation and health insurance Skills and Abilities Managerial and leadership skills are essential Cost analysis and job cost accounting knowledge required Computer Ease Software experience preferred Language Skills: Ability to read, analyze and interpret financial reports and legal documents Education/Experience: 4-year accounting degree (preferred) C.P.A. license or proof of education process towards license (preferred) CCIFP license preferred (Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional) (preferred) 8 to 10 years of general accounting experience (preferred) 5 to 7 years of construction accounting experience (preferred)
  • Cincinnati, Ohio, TriVersity Construction is looking for their next Controller, are you ready to make the move? This position plans, implements, and supervises all corporate accounting functions for the organization. It provides expertise in financial analysis in such areas as forecasting, budgeting, engaging in cost reduction analysis, and reviewing operational performance. We are looking for someone with: Experience in guiding financial decisions by establishing, and enforcing all accounting policies and procedures Proven analysis and month end close process experience A collaborative, communicative approach to management, leadership, and a diverse group of internal and external customers Technical adoption and competencies, e.g., Microsoft Office Suite, accounting, and other industry related software Strong staff management and leadership skills; ability to prioritize and control workload of self and direct reports 7+ years in Finance and Accounting roles with increased responsibility year over year BS/Accounting degree Construction experience, CPA, CMA and/or CCIFP preferred About us TriVersity Construction Company is one of Cincinnati’s 10 largest construction companies.  Our team specializes in projects with complex needs, intense regulatory environments and high standards for quality and safety.? We put our clients first with a non-stop focus on Building a Better Way, that is what makes us different from the competition and why we are a great place to work!  TriVersity employees are a diverse and empowered team of individuals who strive to create vibrant communities. We are committed to providing equal opportunities in employment.  We value diversity and do not discriminate based on race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. We are looking for someone with: Experience in guiding financial decisions by establishing, and enforcing all accounting policies and procedures Proven analysis and month end close process experience A collaborative, communicative approach to management, leadership, and a diverse group of internal and external customers Technical adoption and competencies, e.g., Microsoft Office Suite, accounting, and other industry related software Strong staff management and leadership skills; ability to prioritize and control workload of self and direct reports 7+ years in Finance and Accounting roles with increased responsibility year over year BS/Accounting degree Construction experience, CPA, CMA and/or CCIFP preferred
  • Buffalo, New York, A small to mid-size specialty union contractor in Western New York seeks an Accounting Professional to be its Controller.  This individual will be actively involved in coordinating, directing and managing the finance and backroom operations of the Company as well as respond to other business matters as required.  The finance activities include general accounting operations (GL, job costing, WIP, payroll, receivables, payables, etc.), credit & collections and forecasting & budgeting as well as to help manage banking and bonding relationships.  The administrative activities include general office administration and project management (setup, reporting, billings & cash receipts, cash distributions, project compliance and project forecast to complete).  Other areas of involvement would include risk assessment & management and employee benefits & information technologies administration.   Ideally the successful candidate will have demonstrated these skills for 10 years or more.  This position will integrate with all departments within the Company, written and verbal communication skills a must.  A working knowledge and understanding of ERP systems and general office electronic automation expected.  Construction industry experience preferred.  Certified Public Accounting or Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional (CCIFP) designation(s) a plus.  Salary will be commensurate with experience and market conditions.  The Company provides a flexible work environment as well as a full range of employment benefits (PTO, pre-tax health insurance, Roth & pre-tax 401(k), etc.).  The Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Should you have interest in the above position, please reply in confidence and submit your resume and salary requirements to HR@qcoinc.com .  Please see our website   https://www.qcoinc.com/employment.asp for further details.            
  • New Orleans, Louisiana, Controller Your New Company: Hernandez Consulting & Construction is proudly an employee-owned project management firm and general contractor specializing in Design, Construction, Development & Sustainability. Having the best people is what makes Hernandez Consulting & Construction a top-tier leader in the construction industry. Simply put, it’s our employee-owners. You too can play a critical role in the future of our company by starting your own career here at Hernandez Consulting & Construction. From federal buildings, VA hospitals, military housing to universities, hotels, and more, Hernandez Consulting & Construction has shaped America for over 16 years. Our work of building government and private buildings leaves a towering legacy that will last the test of time; the same goes for our people. We owe our success to the leadership, talent, and drive of our employees. With a wide range of commercial construction opportunities, explore the many ways to grow your career and build your own legacy at Hernandez Consulting & Construction. Come be a part of our team while we have openings available! We are looking for someone with the following experience/capabilities: 5+ years of relevant accounting experience, including in a supervisory role BS in accounting, finance, or related area is required, CPA preferred Must have great attention to detail and organization Experience with job cost accounting software, preferable Viewpoint Vista Duties would include: Oversee general accounting and financial operations including the monthly close Assist CFO with quarterly financial statements consolidation Manage day-to-day operations of the accounting department Manage weekly and biweekly multi-state in-house payroll processing Serve as backup for critical accounting functions, such as payroll, AP payment processing, & AR submissions Maintain internal control and safeguards for receipt of revenue, costs, program budgets, and actual expenses Coordinate and prepare all internal and external financial reports on a timely basis Prepare journal entries and balance sheet account reconciliations including reconciling the cash accounts. Maintain files for and manage the annual financial statement audit Assists the CFO and management in developing annual operating budgets Provide leadership and support to department personnel through coaching, mentoring, and training Manage performance review process including review of performance goals for staff Assist operations personnel with ad hoc reports, cost review, billing, and forecasting Run point on internal projects within established deadlines while maintaining normal workload Company Core Values: We are Team Players. We are Self-Driven. We are Solution Focused. We are Accountable.   What's in It for You As a member of our highly collaborative team, we provide you with a flexible benefits package that reflects our respect for your workplace contributions, professional goals, and personal priorities. Very Competitive Salary  Opportunity to grow with an industry leader We’ll pay 80% of your Medical Health Insurance premiums Employee paid Dental, and Vision plan 401(K) retirement planning with employer matching Life Insurance (employer-paid) Short and Long-Term Disability A Generous Personal Time Off Program - including sick and personal days Company Profit Share Bonus Program The company makes annual Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP) contributions. You’ll own stock in our company once vested. Great company culture – monthly company get-togethers, annual crawfish boil, holiday party. Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S and pass a drug screen and background check. Hernandez Consulting & Construction is an equal opportunity employer. Hernandez Consulting & Construction does not discriminate based on race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status, or any other basis covered by appropriate law. All employment is decided based on qualifications, merit, and business needs.