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  • Washington, Company Profile The Rush Companies is a partnership of six companies with common ownership focused in real estate across multiple industries, markets and client types. Unlike any other firm in the Northwest, Rush offers unparalleled insights and expertise in Real Estate and Development. Since 1987, we have built structures and relationships  that   last  thanks to our commitment to exceed expectations at every turn. While we have professionalism, integrity, resourcefulness, excellence, teamwork, and innovation carved into our cornerstones, our true key to success is the passion we wear on our sleeves. The Rush Companies is looking for a dynamic, high performing and results-driven Financial Analyst to join our team! Summary Rush Residential, Inc. is seeking a Financial Analyst to play a key role in analyzing and interpreting financial data as well as provide insights and recommendations that support informed decision-making for key stakeholders. Essential Duties & Responsibilities: Interface with business team, subcontractors and suppliers. Work with predictive models for project forecasting. Establish project budget structure and account codes. Monthly and project variance analysis. Assist with cash flow planning and forecasting. Oversee budgeting and change management. Assist with month-end closing and prepare various reports. Provide accounting support and special projects Contract and productivity analysis. Collecting, weighing, analyzing, tabulating, and maintaining cost data to be used in developing individual estimates for housing construction. Identify, evaluate, recommend, and implement solutions Analyze business profitability and interpret financial reports.   Job Qualifications To perform this job successfully, you must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.   Job Requirements : Proven ability to multi-task in high volume environments Excellent analytical skills with ability to interpret complex data and provide actionable insights Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Outlook, and Word Proficient with ten-key and keyboarding Familiarity with GAAP and cost accounting principles Experience with cost estimation techniques, budget development and cost control methodologies Strong communication skills with ability to effectively collaborate with cross-functional teams and stakeholders.   Work Styles and Habits Professional, ethical and honest Excellent attitude and aptitude Detail-oriented and well organized Self-motivated, proactive, and process-oriented Takes pride in work product and routinely meeting deadlines Cooperative and respectful to all team members Education B.A./B.S. degree in Accounting, Finance or Business Administration or equivalent experience. 3-5 years’ experience in similar role and industry preferred Physical Requirements: · Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer. · Must be able to lift up to 15 pounds at times. Compensation & Benefits: Compensations -  $78,000 - $100,000 Benefits:  Medical, Dental, Vision, Employer paid life insurance, Flexible spending account, Tuition Assistance, 401 (k) Matching, Bonus Pay.   Our team members at The Rush Companies have a strong reputation for exercising integrity, good judgment and sound business practices in our dealings with clients, consultants, subcontractors and suppliers. We are committed to selecting only those individuals who share in our loyalties while also maintaining our standards of quality and safety.   Equal Opportunity & Drug-Free Employer Disclaimer: This job description is only a summary of the typical functions of the job, not an exhaustive or comprehensive list of all possible job duties and responsibilities.
  • Sunnyvale, California, Who We Are: Class-A clients. Cool projects. Awesome people. At SC Builders we have a passion to build – for our clients, our community, and our people. Founded in 1999, SC Builders is a mid-sized, financially secure commercial general contractor. With offices in Silicon Valley and San Francisco, we are known as a premier Bay Area construction company. Our diverse resume of work includes the top technology firms in the Bay Area as well as mission critical, life science, and institutional clients. Why Work Here? Part of an elite team. Not volume-driven: it’s about relationships. Direct access to firm leaders. You will not be micromanaged. We’re established but not overgrown. Family atmosphere—you are not a number here. Community-minded: giving back is important. Ever-expanding competitive packages/benefits. Ownership potential. Want to join our team? What You’ll Do: Manage current accounting staff of 4 or 5 and be an integral part of the AP/AR/Payroll. Compiling of monthly and year end general ledger accounts, journal entries, accruals, and reconciliations, fixed asset administration, and various employee benefit accounting (Health, FSA, PTO, 401(k), Phantom Stock) Reconcile month end close Tax compliance support as needed for various state & city reporting Tracking credit apps, client, and vendor registrations Assist in reconciliations of insurance programs (WC, GL, Auto) Assist Project Managers with Sage entry for job schedule of values/estimates/owner change orders Reconcile contracts at job close Work in progress updates and tracking Assist leadership with revenue projections Internal quarterly financial statements Assist in preparation of external year-end review/financial statements & tax returns with 3rd party accountants. Respond to internal and external customer requests as appropriate. Assist company in executing company policies and procedures Review/manage support of current and future accounting software systems Identify and propose general process improvements Other corporate accounting duties or supervision of duties as assigned What You’ll Bring: 5+ years accounting experience 2+ years Construction experience (General Contractor preferred) Sage CRE software experience Hard worker and self-motivated High degree of accuracy, confidentiality, and attention to detail Must be able to work both independently and as part of a team Proactive and willing to go the extra mile BS degree in Accounting/Finance preferred
  • Chicago, Illinois, Coordinated Construction Project Control Services – Chicago, IL Coordinated Construction Project Control Services has a Cost Engineer position open.  This position will work in the offices of a public agency in a large capital improvement program.  The position is responsible for financial tracking and data integration from multiple sources including client’s Oracle/ERP, E-builder and Program Manager’s database in order to consolidate, analyze and produce all project cost monthly and quarterly reporting, for in-house needs as well as state and federal requirements.  The cost engineer position reports to the Cost Manager. The position available is a full-time permanent position.  This position works 3 days/week in the client’s office in downtown Chicago and 2 days/week remotely.  The client can change this requirement to work full-time in the office at any time. NOTES: Salary commensurate with experience. The qualified candidate will have a degree in construction management, finance, accounting or cost engineering, and 3 to 10 years of project experience in providing cost controls on large construction projects (greater than $50,000,000).  The ideal candidate will have the ability to understand increasingly more complex construction business concepts; detail orientation and organizational skills sufficient to support 50+ concurrent projects in differing phases; advanced skills in Microsoft Access including query building, Excel, as well as experience with ERP accounting applications; and effectiveness in a dynamic and pressurized environment.  Experience on large capital construction programs is desired. The candidate will: Understand and implement the construction, CM, A/E, DOR, OR and other consultant contract requirements. Interact with the client’s Planning, Design and Implementation staff to obtain initial project funding, current budget, pending commitments, forecasted cost and open issues. Analyze funding, expenditure, commitment and contract reports for accuracy. Review and analyze Potential Change Order logs to ensure no double accounting from the multiple web/job sites that roll into the master project. Monitor and adjust contingency to reflect accurate estimate at completion. Examine expenditures on Job Order Contracts (JOC) and code expenditures to the appropriate category. Evaluate and advise on any expenditure adjustments. Assist client project managers with their monthly project updates through project review meetings, formal training and written comments. Produce and assist the client in the production of general informational reports as requested. Responsible for entering commitments and adjusting budgets, funding and forecasts in E-Builder (Web based project management system). Lead monthly project preview meetings for all assigned projects and review the project job cost report, labor by organization, change order log, schedule and milestones, and update meeting minutes to address the defined issues with BIC to facilitate the final meeting. Candidate must have strong oral communication and presentation skills. Any successful applicant must be legally able to reside and work in the United States at the time of employment.  Foreign worker sponsorship will not be offered.  The successful applicant must have a complete and thorough knowledge and fluency of the English language (both written and spoken).  If the successful applicant graduated from a university outside the United States, applicant must be prepared to submit certified proof their degree is equivalent to that awarded in the United States.  Such applicants should provide certified accreditation(s) from a reputable agency within the United States.  The job is located in downtown Chicago, IL.   Apply at
  • Michigan, Summary of Position: The Director of FP&A plays a meaningful role as a trusted business partner to the organization, supporting all analysis, reporting, and business planning needs. This role will create and analyze business metrics, economic insight into the relationships between costs and revenues to improve the financial success of the business. This position will build solid strategic relationships with business partners and become the go-to partner for financial and business performance knowledge, and executive level narrative. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Balance detailed analysis with high level strategic presentation. Innovative to successfully get results within a matrixed organization. Working with corporate team and business leads to develop competitive intelligence and analysis framework. Create a cohesive story around results and present data in a simple and clear manner to senior management.  Modeling business ideas to inform pricing, marginal contribution, and financial returns. Work with cross functional teams to model value creation opportunities for organic and inorganic investment opportunities including M&A transactions.  Develop a thoughtful, strategic partnership with senior business leaders, updating on risks and opportunities.  Drive operational improvements for monthly forecasts and reporting.  Continuously look for ways to enhance reporting with forward-looking and insightful information.  Ability for significant interaction at all levels of the organization and across multiple functions and businesses.  Interaction with Finance, Accounting and Human Resources.  Required Qualifications: MBA degree in finance, economics or accounting preferred. 5-7 years of relevant experience in Investment Banking, Strategy & Corporate Development, or FP&A role strongly preferred. Experience budgeting, forecasting, and reporting. Ability to develop a deep understanding of the business and its' key drivers. Ability to deliver in fast-paced environment and meet multiple demands. Able to work effectively with all levels of team members and forge positive relationships. Validated experience as a successful finance business partner. Understanding of accounting principles and guidelines; experience in lending technology and/or real estate expense a plus. Strong technical financial skills; intuition for business and an ability to think quickly within a multifaceted environment. Advanced Excel and Power Point skills. Excellent verbal and written communications and presentation skills.                                                                                 Annual bonus; medical, dental, vision insurance, 401k with company match, paid time off, etc.
  • Hoffman Estates, Illinois, Plote Construction Inc., a premier heavy highway and civil contractor is seeking a CFO to join our executive team. This is an opportunity for an ambitious financial executive to become part of an established and reputable legacy business. Our strengths stem from our people who are highly skilled, creative and have an ambitious spirit interacting in a mutually respectful manner. Become a key component of a talented team that values the impact provided by our personnel. The Chief Financial Officer will report directly to the CEO/Owner and assume a strategic role in the overall management of the company. The CFO will have primary responsibility for planning, managing and controlling all financial related activities of the company including risk, cash flow and debt. This will include leadership for accounting, finance, forecasting, strategic planning, insurance, payroll, employee benefits, human resources and information technology. Principle Duties: Leadership : Provide leadership, mentoring and empowerment to department managers. Continually assess staff/department performance, personnel development and evaluate short and long-term operational objectives. Collaborate with senior executives to drive cross-functional initiatives and achieve organizational goals. Financial Planning : Develop and evaluate financial strategies to align with company objectives. Prepare and maintain financial forecasts. Financial Analysis and Reporting : Insure the timely and accurate reporting of financial activities including balance sheets, income statements, cash flows, divisional statements of operation and other financial/operational metrics. Treasury Management : Manage entity cash flows and working capital to ensure adequate funds are available to meet financial and operational needs. Controls and Compliance : Establish policies and internal controls to improve operational performance and safeguard Company assets. Understand and monitor compliance with laws, regulations, loan covenants and other reporting requirements. Risk Management : Identify and evaluate financial risks. Review and secure adequate coverage for all lines of insurance. Company Relationships : Build and nurture relations with Bankers, Lenders, Surety or other business partners. Human Resources : Executive manager for HR operations. Oversight and coordination with HR Director regarding personnel policies, payroll adjustments, healthcare benefits, 401k benefits, statutory reporting and other compliance. Information Technology: Executive manager for IT operations. Oversight and coordination with IT Manager regarding strategic planning, software/hardware acquisition authorization and staffing needs.   Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting or related field. MBA, CPA or advanced degree preferred. At least 10 years in progressively responsible financial leadership roles in the construction industry. Strong understanding of accounting, finance and economics including financial statement analysis, forecasting, debt financing and corporate/individual taxation. Thorough knowledge of construction job cost accounting and the contract work-in-process schedule. Strong knowledge of employment law, employee benefits and personnel policy. Proven team leadership and personnel development skills. Effective communication and analytical skills. Familiarity with family-owned business dynamics.
  • PLYMOUTH, Massachusetts, Track invoices, receipts and project tax status Accounts payable Provide backup for processing of union payroll Compile and submit weekly certified payroll reports Process Time and Material Invoices Prepare vendor credit applications Oversee billing and administrative duties for commercial real estate properties Filing, copying and answering phones 2+ years of experience in construction field 3+ years Quickbooks Proficient in Microsoft Office Strong organizational and analytical skills, detail oriented Construction Job costing  Union benefit reporting a plus
  • Auburn, Massachusetts, The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is the senior financial executive position in the R. H. White family of Companies, a 100-year-old privately held, diversified construction company. Reporting to the President, the CFO provides financial management information and counsel to the company’s top executives and board of directors to identify and pursue orderly growth opportunities, measure performance, identify and control business risk, and increase shareholder value for the organization. The CFO will also be an advisor to ownership, business unit leaders, divisional and department heads evaluating and assisting as necessary with the development of budgets, financial planning, and financial performance, as well as general oversight and management of the organization’s financial policies/procedures, systems, and both fiscal and fiduciary responsibilities for the organization.   Master of Business Administration (MBA), or bachelor’s degree in accounting and equivalent experience in construction industry, and CPA certification is desired. Twelve or more years of broad financial management experience is needed, along with experience evaluating sophisticated and complex financial information and demonstrated experience making actionable recommendations to senior executives. This experience should be with a construction organization whose gross financial revenues are preferably more than $100M. Strong business acumen and demonstrated construction industry accounting and financial knowledge, including financial systems, WIP schedules, job cost reports and analysis, extensive budget development, and consolidated financial reporting expertise. Strong blend of analytical, decision-making, and creative problem-solving skills. Excellent communication, presentation, and relationship building skills. Outstanding interpersonal skills as well as superior organizational and problem-solving ability. Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills required. Ability to manage multiple, complex priorities within demanding timeframes and budgets. Proven record of excellent internal and external customer service. Computer proficiency with MS Word, Excel, Power Point. Knowledge/use of a construction ERP platform (e.g. – COINS, Viewpoint, Timberline, etc.). Merger and Acquisition experience. Experience with family-owned and/or privately held companies. Ability to pass pre-employment drug screen. Ability to work onsite, but with flexibility to work remote as needed per policy. Discretionary Bonus Other Deferred Comp. Comprehensive Benefit Package 401k/Roth w/match
  • Athens, Georgia, Highly respected construction company located in Athens, Georgia is looking to hire a Controller to support the company’s long-term strategic growth initiatives. The Controller will be responsible creating best practices to ensure consistent corporate financial information is provided through a range of avenues such as managing and allocating accounts, financial statements, payroll, tax data and creating the standardization of accounting to position the company for future growth. The Controller will also be the point of contact for banks, auditors, and tax authorities and supervise an accounting team. The successful candidate will look critically at the financials identifying issues with recommendations for improvement. Accounting & Finance: Manage all aspects of the daily accounting functions to include but not limited to: general ledger activity, accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, and finance functions. Establish and improve systems, processes, and data that enhance the company’s value. Oversee Budget forecasting and cash flow management. Record new equipment in GL and Equipment Management, prepare amortization schedule for financed equipment. Review, analyze and reconcile bank accounts, fixed assets, accounts receivable, accounts payable, and other G/L accounts. Prepare and post adjusting entries. Coordinate and oversee the quarterly/annual close process with an emphasis on accuracy and timeliness. Prepare and ensure accuracy of quarterly/annual financial statements. Apply for renew contractor and business licenses as needed. Participate in special projects with the CFO as needed.   Payroll & Benefits: Responsible for all aspects of the payroll & benefits administration functions. Accountable for all payroll and benefits tax filings. Accounting Degree required, CPA preferred Certified Construction Industry Financial Accounting Certification (CCIFP) a plus 5+ years’ experience in the construction industry preferred Working knowledge of View Point software strongly preferred
  • Irving , Texas, Position Summary:   $100MM construction company is seeking a new Chief Financial Officer, reporting directly to the President of the Company. The CFO is responsible for the financial operation, management, and administration of the company, including accounting, treasury, human resources, risk management, taxation, auditing, and compliance.   Financial Management: Prepare timely and accurate monthly, quarterly, and interim financial statements for 3 operating companies. Create and review monthly departmental P&Ls with divisional leadership. Create yearly budget working hand in hand with Operations leadership. Develop equipment capital expenditure planning for expansion and retirements. Manage monthly job cost WIP meeting for job status and performance. Coordinate and manage the yearly audit proceedings with external audit team. Responsible for payroll tax, sales tax, property tax, and numerous other excise taxes. Manage and supply data to external tax consultant for federal and state income tax and franchise tax filings. Manage numerous external audits by clients in accordance with contract language. Act as lead in contract negotiations with Gulf Coast clients. Assist IT director in development of Company ERP, implementation, sourcing, and renewals of various financial/accounting software. Run ad hoc reports for senior management to support various business ventures across multiple entities.   Cash Management: Execute a 13-week cash flow model to predict cash position based on billings and disbursements. Protect cash position of Company and ensure investments protect capital and provide acceptable risk-based return. Maintain numerous private owner accounts for various entities.   Banking/Surety Develop and maintain healthy relationships with multiple banking partners keeping them apprised of financial developments within the business. Manage revolving line of credit facility. Produce bank covenants and deliver to various banks in accordance with agreements. Source city bonds based on operational needs. Maintain relationship with bonding agent and surety partner.   Equipment: Act as financial liaison sourcing equipment financing/leases for capex spend identified in yearly budget from various banks/captives. Manage equipment fleet program and work to establish orders to replace higher mileage units. Responsible for the listing and disposal of all equipment via auction or internal sale. Negotiate RPO agreements. Maintain relationship with fuel provider and ensure deliveries to 13 tanks are timely and accurate. Administrate Gasboy fob and WEX fuel card program. Review exception reporting from fuel card program and monitor for fraud. Create and distribute weekly equipment utilization reporting.   Commercial Insurance: Maintain financial oversight of Captive Insurance program for General Liability, Auto, and Workers Compensation policies. Work with broker to source Property, Pollution, Professional, Management, Crime, Cyber and Excess policies. Review monthly, quarterly, and yearly claims activity with broker. Attend and actively participate in yearly Captive insurance meetings. Update auto and equipment insured list for sales and acquisitions. Manage yearly audits of Auto, General Liability, and Workers Compensation programs. Work with TWC and actuary on yearly basis to roll off deposit with State.   Employee Benefits: Responsible for the administration, compliance, and risk management for all employee benefit plans. Act as liaison between Company and broker. Manage new relationship with Captive insurer and monitor program disbursements. Ensure the onboarding process and enrollment of employees runs efficiently. Coordinate with internal counsel on HR matters requiring active management.   Software Skills: Proficient in Microsoft Excel Familiar with Microsoft Sequential Software Experience with ERP accounting software; ideally Vista construction accounting