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  • Delray Beach, Florida, Summary of Responsibilities   Our growing construction firm is looking for a Controller to join our team. Controller should be  able to successfully complete his/her tasks and is responsible for the financial and accounting  functions of Marc Julien Homes and affiliated entities controlled by ownership.  The ideal candidate has excellent communication and multitasking skills, a positive attitude  and a strong work ethic. Qualified candidates, please email your resume to lhyman@marcjulienhomes.com Necessary Skills for our Controller   - Supervision of one staff member.  - Oversee the timely and accurate preparation of accounts receivable progress billings  based upon specific contract terms, using standard AIA formatting.  - Review accounts receivable, aging reports and assist with direct reports for collections.  - Supervise the payment process to vendors and subcontractors and confirm lien waivers  are properly collected.  - Monitor daily cash balances to ensure requirements are met.  - Review and monitor the preparation of the biweekly payroll for employees, including the timely submission of monthly WC reports.  - Manage IT related issues  - Mentoring direct reports to grow in their roles & responsibilities as the company  continues to grow  - Perform special assignments as directed by the Ownership - Preparation and review of monthly financial statements for Marc Julien Homes and affiliated entities.  - Create budgets with ownership and manage budgets to ensure fiscal health and  responsibility         Business and Health Insurance  - Responsible for the review and procurement of the business and health insurance  programs for all entities  - Maintenance of insurance/risk protection program      Accounting Degree Quickbooks Construction Experience CCIFP Preferred  
  • Allentown, Pennsylvania, CFO position Marcon & Boyer is seeking a Chief Financial Officer (CFO).  The CFO is a member of the Senior Management Team and reports directly to the company CEO.  The goal is to have the CFO start by October 1, 2021 to allow for a reasonable and effective transition period with the current CFO. The CFO will oversee the accounting and finance team comprised of a Controller, AR/project administrators, AP, accounting assistant and payroll. The Office Manager/HR role reports directly to the CFO, with lateral reporting relationships to the two operating company Presidents.    Scope and responsibilities Responsible for planning, implementing, managing, and controlling all financial-related activities of the company. Oversee usage of Viewpoint and reporting tools to provide readily accessible project financial information to Senior Management Team and project management. Provide clear, understandable, and meaningful financial insight and financial reports to the Senior Management Team to support informed business decisions. Lead financial planning for all aspects of P&L, cash flow, and balance sheet reporting and analysis across the organization. Develop annual budget, quarterly forecasts, and monthly financial statements in close coordination with the Controller, and Senior Management Team. Identify and communicate relevant risks and opportunities and help manage cost containment and fluctuations in annual revenue that are inherent in the business. Responsible for all financial and management reporting across divisions and entities, including P&L, tax, audit, cash flow and balance sheet. Ensure that all month-end processes and controls are performed, reviewed, and submitted within the required timeframe. Forecast the annual and quarterly tax requirements for corporation. Identify various tax planning opportunities and tax saving strategies based on current regulations Provide subject matter expertise for complex accounting and tax projects, working with internal staff and external advisors as needed and support annual financial audit. Advise Senior Management Team on changing rules and regulations that impact financials controls and recordkeeping. Monitor receivables and collection activity to ensure timely cash flow and monitor/mitigate credit risk on receivables. Identify and communicate risks and opportunities with Senior Management Team on credit matters and reserves. Lead cash management, reporting, and forecasting. Lead discussions with banks and credit institutions as required. Responsible for corporate risk management Evaluate insurance requirements and negotiate coverage Maintain relationships with insurance and surety providers Define protocol to evaluate customer, subcontractor and supplier financial stability Maintain and grow professional relationships with banking, bonding, insurance, accounting , tax, and retirement plan contacts in addition to other community partners. Conduct thorough evaluation and selection process for key business partners and financial relationships. Regularly assess the quality and performance of business partners. Provide oversight and direction for all employee benefit programs, corporate insurance, and other administrative functions. Interface with outside counsel as needed on legal and contract matters, interacting with Senior Management Team as appropriate. Engage in the Lehigh Valley community (e.g., participation on boards, networking events, affiliations, and industry- related associations).   Compensation The company provides a competitive compensation and benefit package, including an attractive base salary, an incentive opportunity and very generous employee benefits.  Contact information For confidential consideration, send a resume by May 31, 2021 that summarizes relevant professional experience and salary requirements to: Mary Ann Martinez, Human Resources Manager , Marcon & Boyer, 645 W. Hamilton St, Ste 300 Allentown, PA 18101 or via email mmartinez@dugganandmarcon.com Experience required A minimum of ten years of progressive experience in accounting and finance; preferably in the construction industry. At least five years of supervisory experience or experience that ensures the quality of work delivered by others. Knowledge of GAAP accounting, financial statements, budgeting and forecasting, cash flow, tax planning, and auditing. Leadership required Executive presence and strong communication skills. Ability to distill complex information into simple and meaningful insights and conclusions and communicate both verbally and in writing to non-finance leaders (and bring everyone along to drive alignment and action). High level of comfort with ambiguity. Confidence and ability to generate buy in and be viewed as a credible thought leader. Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills and able to engage and motivate others across all levels of seniority from shareholders to junior staff. Self-directed, able to manage effectively and complete tasks in demanding timelines and with competing priorities. Education Bachelor’s degree or higher with a major in accounting from an accredited college or university is required. CPA highly recommended. Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional (CCIFP) certification, or willingness to obtain, is a plus.
  • Pennsylvania, The ideal candidate will manage and drive the financial management of a $150M construction company located in Philadelphia and will oversee the finance/accounting department and its' employees. Candidate will be responsible for Monthly, Quarterly and Annual Financial Reporting, and prepare all tax filings. Will also be responsible for performing financial analysis and forecasting and oversee banking, bonding and insurance relationships. Position will report directly to the President and will require attending monthly and annual Management Team meetings. Salary commensurate with experience. Responsibilities Manage all financial functions of organization Support the financial planning and analysis efforts Prepare financial statements and reports, as well as all tax filings   CPA REQUIRED 10+ years' of finance experience Construction and CFO experience preferred, but not required Strong finance-based analytical skills Bonus
  • Dallas, Texas, Position Overview Texas based utility construction company seeks experienced Controller.  Position offers a diverse set of responsibilities and will work alongside Senior Management to advance the operational efficiency of the Company.  Candidate must have prior construction experience and be willing to collaborate with Operations to drive results.  Communication and leadership skills are highly prioritized.   Key Responsibilities Lead and develop a strong accounting group facilitating professional growth for all team members Conduct the month end process along with cost analysis and evaluation of results Review balance sheet accounts monthly to confirm proper reconciliation and supporting backup Coordinate with departments and employees performing financial reporting, payables, billing, collections, and payroll duties Explore opportunities to reduce expenses and streamline processes Work with CEO, CFO, & Senior management on financial analysis and CAPEX requests Assist in the creation of standard reports for operational departments Maintain internal controls and safeguards to mitigate risks Assist with payroll process and payroll reporting when needed Act as key manager during audit period Work on ad hoc projects as directed Qualifications (Education/Experience) Bachelor’s degree in Accounting (Master’s degree preferred) CPA Experience +9 years Knowledge/Skill Requirements Experience with construction ERP required. (Viewpoint, CMiC, Procore) Solid values and high standard of ethics, integrity, and trust Strong proficiency and aptitude for applicable software (Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, etc.) Strong project management skills including the ability to prioritize among multiple requirements and deadlines Ability to lead and appropriately delegate tasks to accounting/finance team Effective oral/written communication, presentation and listening skills The ability to deal with ambiguity and facilitate change Ability to contribute to strategic planning and execution
  • Idaho Falls, Idaho,   Seeking a highly motivated self-starter ready to advance their career with a market leader who values ingenuity, accuracy, dedication and teamwork.  Our company pursues continuous improvement in every aspect of our business, and employs leading edge process control and ERP systems in our production facilities and business office.  If you are a high performer and enjoy working in a fast paced, challenging environment where your contributions are valued and rewarded, we invite your application.    Functional Job Responsibilities Manage the Company day to day accounting functions including General Ledger, Accounts Receivables, Accounts Payable, Fixed Assets, and Job Costs. Manage Payroll and related weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual taxes and returns. Audit and verify customer and Company Credit Card usage. Perform general ledger and bank account entries, reconciliations and analyses. Maintain accurate and timely Cash Flows, Controls and Forecasting. Complete sales/use tax, mileage tax, property tax, and W/C reports. Prepare monthly, quarterly, and annual Inventory and Manufacturing Costs Reports. Participate in the annual property and liability insurance renewal process. Complete month end and year end closing processes. Complete the annual cost and coverage analysis of employee insurance and benefits. Manage external audits including G/L liability, workers compensation, sales and use tax audits, the annual insurance renewal audit, and other on demand external audits. Prepare and audit timely monthly, quarterly, and annual financial statements. Prepare financial analysis and reports in response to internal examinations and queries. Develop and implement new policies and procedures in response to changes in GAAP and company operations. Complete the Annual Review and Tax Returns in conjunction with the Company’s outside CPA. Maintain compliance with accounting policies and internal control procedures.                   Qualifications At least 5 years experience in Construction/Manufacturing accounting. Must have extensive knowledge and experience with Microsoft Excel (advanced level) and Word, and strong overall computer skills. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or an Associate degree in accounting plus 10 years accounting experience. Certified Public Accountant (CPA) license is highly desirable. Excellent organizational skills. Requires a high level of attention to accuracy and details. Ability to meet deadlines and remain positive under a demanding workload. Experience working with Viewpoint Accounting Software is desired. Ability to manage and protect confidential data, information and planning. Exhibit a strong sense of urgency, initiative and exceptional analytical skills. The company is an ISO 9001:2015 Registered concrete and aggregate production company. We have become the market leader through our commitment to deliver exceptional product quality and provide responsive, professional technical support and customer service. The company is located in Eastern Idaho, in the heart of world class fishing, hunting, skiing and outdoor recreational opportunities supported by regional healthcare, retail and continuing education facilities.   Company provides a comprehensive benefits package for employees.
  • Phoenix, Arizona, JOIN THE CANYON STATE ELECTRIC TEAM! Canyon State Electric Co., Inc. has served Phoenix, AZ as the premier electrical contractor since 1978. We offer a full spectrum of contracting services, from design and pre-construction to project close-out. Canyon State Electric Co., Inc. is consistently ranked among the top 10 electrical contractors in Arizona by The Business Journal, a nationally recognized publication. We are a member of the Arizona Builders Alliance and are well known in the electrical community. THE POSITION: We are looking for a full-time Controller. This team member will oversee all financial procedures in a multi-company environment ensuring compliance in accounting regulations, maximize profits and mitigate risks. Sample duties include monitor the company’s financial status, oversee direct reports' work product, manage accounting transactions, and financial statements.   This position will have responsibilities including but not limited to the following: Coordinate and direct the preparation of the budget and financial forecasts and report variances with multiple entities. Prepare and publish timely monthly financial statements. Research technical accounting issues for compliance Support month-end and year-end close process Preparing income statements, balance sheets, accounting statements, reports and reconciliations. Ensures accuracy and timeliness of journal entries. Control and manage Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable. Helps makes recommendations regarding asset purchases, sells and expenditures. Participate in cash and financial forecasting with the executive team. Other assignments as needed to meet company objectives.  EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: 5+ years previous experience in Construction Accounting  Bachelor Degree is required. Preferred in Accounting. CPA license preferred. Experience with QuickBooks required  Knowledge of Arizona tax rules and regulations  Strong understanding of GAAP High-level abilities using computers including MS Office Suite Experience with general ledger functions and the month-end/year end close process Ability to work with minimum direction and exercise initiative  Strong Communication Skills both verbally and written. Solve problems and generate solutions   SOME OF OUR AWESOME BENEFITS! #1 Best Place to Work and #2 Commercial Electrical Contractor by Ranking Arizona Industry leading pay and annual bonus Generous benefits - including one health insurance plan at $0 cost to the employee 401k with substantial company match Vacation / PTO starting at 3 weeks per year Paid holidays - beginning immediately Fun, family-oriented culture Excellent growth and advancement opportunities Opportunities to give back to the community Stable, long-term career - not just another job Employees are respected - you won't be just another number here Input from all employees is valued and encouraged Tools you need to succeed - technology, training, support Gym, Yoga, and Meditation classes provided in office for free Team building events BRING YOUR FRIENDS Earn a $500 bonus* for every person you bring to work for CSE. There is no limit to the amount you can earn! INTERESTED? Apply now! You can also stop by our office TODAY to fill out an application OR Call or Text 602.606.7543
  • Nationwide, The ERP Product Specialist works in close collaboration with Tilson’s established and technically diverse IT Support, Enterprise Application, internal Accounting and Human Resource teams. Tilson’s enterprise application services span the entire system development lifecycle and provide internal stakeholders with a highly skilled and professional interaction. The ERP Product Specialist is regarded as experienced with integrated ERP systems and functions as a proficient team member who can meet project objectives.    Responsibilities: Develop deep expertise in a portfolio of ERP products/services and support them throughout the product life cycle. Provide Tier II support related to ERP products Drive and implement best practices through software or internal procedural changes Develop specifications for deliverables such as reports and workflows Develop and monitor data quality metrics and ensure business data and reporting needs are met. Coordinating work with operations, accounting and human resource teams, engineers and developers to define product requirements. Ensure all stakeholder voices are heard and clear priorities are set for delivery team Manage the creation of organized, understandable, and effective system and training documentation. Manage training for new and existing users on new product releases Work with EA and IT Directors to define, measure, and improve the effectiveness of our services Clearly communicate business cases to the team and stakeholders, articulating both the services value proposition as well as defining and measuring metrics for its success Advocate for effective resource allocation decisions that support the company and products/services vision Develop strong working relationships with internal leaders to ensure tough decisions, issue escalation, and change/enhancement requests are managed appropriately Keep abreast of industry trends, technologies, and competitive analyses to identify new opportunities and initiatives which ultimately serve the long-term strategy Build deep expertise and empathy for the customers and learners that use our curriculum, services, and software products Lead and support continual process improvement by proposing optimizations for any aspect of the environment and lifecycle Provide backup application support for HRIS system Tilson believes in Safety, Integrity, Accountability, Professionalism, Respect, and Composure.  To learn more about Tilson, the benefits we offer and our values , we invite you visit our website or visit our LinkedIn , Glassdoor , or Facebook pages for an inside glimpse at our culture.                     Successful candidates will be required to submit to criminal background check and may be subject to a drug screen. Tilson is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action employer. Qualifications:   Minimum 5 yrs. of hands-on experience with Sage 300 ERP required Previous experience with HRIS systems preferred Bachelor’s degree in Accounting\Finance or Information Technology is preferred Excellent analytical and reporting skills Excellent systems, process and change management skills Ability to effectively lead and influence others, including senior management, peers and vendors. Ability to meet aggressive deadlines in a dynamic and complex environment Strong oral and written communication skills, including the ability to write reports, business correspondence and procedural manuals Entrepreneurial spirit and self-motivated
  • PHOENIX, Arizona, Serve as main point of contact for purchasing/procurement, inventory and capital expenditures Manage Purchasing accounting system Work with Equipment Manager and maintain equipment records Inventory accounting, reporting and reconciliation – including counts and audits Maintain and reconcile fixed asset records Account reconciliations and journal entries Assist with Accounts payable and Accounts receivable functions and provide assistance to Payroll reporting Supporting Controller and operations with general ledger reporting and analytics Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance 3-5 years accounting experience required Deadline and detail oriented Proficient with Microsoft Office Previous Construction Accounting experience preferred Previous Construction Accounting software experience preferred DOE
  • Oldsmar, Florida, Responsibilities include but not limited to: Extensive data entry. Attention to detail very important Accounts receivable & Accounts Payable Job Costing- Project and contract set up, PO's, Change Orders Download of bids and uploading to OST software Subcontractor set up and payment processing Updating and maintaining Company's website and social media accounts Receiving visitors at the front desk, answering, screening and forwarding incoming phone calls. follow up with any phone call that requires action Electronic and paper record filing. Maintaining files updated and easily accessible Organize and arrange safety meetings, arrange travel Monitor stock of office supplies Applicants Qualifications Must have Customer service, professional attitude and appearance. familiar with office procedures and principles Excellent communication skills both verbal and written. Proven experience as a receptionist Very good organizational and multi-tasking skills, ability to be resourceful and proactive when issues arise Time management skills - Ability to prioritize tasks, deadlines are very important for this position Knowledge of MS Office  Knowledge of construction processes and terminology, not required but would be helpful knowledge of Sage/Timberline software or similar construction accounting software, not required but helpful Some Marketing skills would be very helpful for this position based on skills and experience. (90 day review) 30 hours per week may lead to a full time position
  • Montrose, Colorado, Growing General Contractor is seeking an experienced Project Accountant to join it's team. Responsibilities include: Tracking job costing accurately, Preparing AIA Form G702-703 Payment applications and Lender packages, Ensuring Contractual obligations are followed, Communicating effectively between accounting department and project team members, and maintaining a positive relationship with all internal and external  staff. Ability to demonstrate proficiency in basic accounting principles Excellent organizational skills Proficient knowledge of computer, Microsoft products, and construction software Ability to accurately perform multiple tasks in a complex and fast paced operating environment Must be proactive, flexible, responsible and resourceful. Commensurate with experience.
  • Minneapolis, Minnesota, Position   Description   Job Title:   Regional Controller ;   Twin Cities, MN  Reports   to:   Principal   Owner   Position   Summary   The  Regional Controller  will oversee/perform the accounting at several partner companies where   they will be a critical leader and manager, participating in building a highly scalable, best-in-class   accounting   organization   as   a   key   partner   with the   senior   leadership   team.     Key   Deliverables   Efficient management of all accounting department activities, including project accounting,   accounts   payable,   billings   &   collections, and   payroll   Monthly   financial   statements   prepared   in   accordance   with   GAAP,   KPI   reporting   Develop   and   monitor   adherence   to   internal   policies,   procedures,   and   controls   Position   Responsibilities   Lead monthly and annual accounting close; implement robust processes to ensure financial   statement   integrity,   including   material   account   reconciliations,   income   statement   analysis   etc.   Produce   cash-flow   reports, calculate   cash   needs   as   needed, manage   daily   cash Work   closely   with senior leadership   to facilitate   efficient   operations Assist   with   developing   annual   budget   &   monthly   forecasts;   monitors   performance Identify   opportunities   for   cost   reduction   and   cost   savings Coordinate with external auditors if applicable to ensure successful engagement, provide   requested   materials/schedules,   and information   needed   to   support   the   audit Support   team   with   key   strategic   and   process   improvement initiatives Other duties   as   assigned   Minimum Requirements 3-5+ years of prior accounting experience Bachelor’s degree in accounting Strong understanding of S. GAAP accounting Demonstrated ability to lead and drive process improvement Experience leading, organizing and developing a team Strong ability to communicate accounting and financial information using common language Experience preparing financial statements, footnote support, etc. Extreme formatting, organization and priority setting skills Excellent interpersonal skills, attention to detail and leadership ability Highly motivated, able to take initiative, and comfortable working independently High energy, ownership of work product and dedication to driving results in a fast-paced environment Analytical – finds meaning and action in numbers, and is data-driven Excellent communicator – written and oral Resourceful – figures out how to creatively achieve results with finite resources Thrives in a nimble, lean, entrepreneurial environment Positive attitude, team player, works collaboratively Impeccable integrity and ethical standards Self-aware, accepting, honest, open, and respectful of others Pr efer red Requirements Public accounting experience (strongly preferred) Active CPA license Master’s degree in accounting Experience with Construction/Contractor accounting Experience with Viewpoint Spectrum Highly competitive benefit and compensation package.
  • Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Quandel Enterprises is a comprehensive construction, construction management, and project development company in the Mid-Atlantic region. We provide support in the healthcare, higher education, K-12 schools, environmental, and industrial market segments. Quandel makes a constant commitment to maintaining a team of experts throughout our organization and the following guiding principles: Integrity Always. Community Involvement. Economic Value Principles. Respect. Learn more about the success of our projects and our business’s growth by visiting us at: http://www.quandel.com/ Quandel Enterprises is currently seeking a Chief Financial Officer in Harrisburg, PA . As a member of the strategic leadership team and the leader of the financial organization of the enterprise, this role will be responsible for helping to set the financial vision for the company as well as creating and implementing processes and technology that will help drive our business. This will include accountability for financial planning and execution across the businesses and will require partnership with the senior leadership team to develop and implement financial strategies across the enterprise. This position will require the following key work areas to be performed: Direct and oversee all aspects of the Finance & Accounting functions of the organization As a member of the Executive team, partner with leadership to develop financial plans Active member of the Growth, Finance and Risk (GFR) committee Assess and evaluate financial performance of the organization by developing forecasts, reporting results, analyzing variances, and making recommendations Manage cash balances and cash flow planning/forecasting to ensure funds availability Maintain outstanding bank and surety relationships and strategic alliances with vendors and business partners Direct the preparation of all financial statements, tax returns, and other required financial reports. Manage comprehensive insurance program including Subcontractor Default Insurance (SDI), and captive Ensure that effective internal controls are in place and ensure compliance with GAAP and applicable federal, state, and local regulatory laws and rules for financial and tax reporting Lead and mentor the accounting team Other special projects as assigned including merger and acquisition analysis A qualified candidate must have the following education, skills and experience: Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, MBA or CPA preferred Visionary leader with a strategic mindset willing to challenge conventional thinking 10+ years of experience in a senior financial leadership role Strong leadership skills with the ability to positively influence others including the C-Suite Experience creating, implementing and championing constructive change Strategic understanding and high level of comfort with technology Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills Quandel team members enjoy the following benefits: Employer supported medical, dental, vision, short term disability and life insurance Voluntary life and long-term disability insurance Employer-matched 401(k) Paid holidays 4 weeks of paid time off (pro-rated for first year)
  • Greater Tampa Bay, Florida, Position Description                                Job Title : IMPLEMENTATION SPECIALIST   Reports to:   FINANCIAL CONTROLLER     Position Summary   T he Implementation Specialis t, as an expert-level user of Viewpoint Spectrum, performs system implementation services , including training, troubleshooting, an d problem solving, to our local partner s and their  teams.    Develop ing  exceptional professional relationships while  w orking collaboratively with  small local  team s ,  the  Implementation Specialist   deliver s  a  fully functioning system  based on the  partner ’s  unique  business processes, while adhering to centralized  control and configuration requirements .         Key   Deliverables   System Implementation completion, on time and on budget   High-level of partner satisfaction with the system ,  and implementation services Accurate and timely communication to the Project Manager and Team   Position Responsibilities   Maintains understanding of our business and partner objectives and how the system delivers  them ,     Lead s  the  on-site  roll-out of  Viewpoint  Spectrum   to our  nationwide  local partners  and newly acquired businesses ,       Works collaboratively with other functional & technical project team members to ensure successful & timely project delivery ,   Facilitate s  integrated testing internally and with  local partners’ teams ,   Conducts e nd user software  training ,   Creat es   documentation of new processes and procedures for  local partners, individualized for their unique business processes,   Identif ies  potential issues and risks ;  communicat es them timely  to supervisors with suggested paths for resolution ,   Updates Project plans and Implementation tasks daily, and Other duties as may be assigned.     Position Requirements   Up to 50% travel (when not traveling to a local partner site, remote work is currently available ) Interest in working in a client facing environment,   Experience implementing  Viewpoint Spectrum ,   Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, Business, Information Systems,  O perations, or equivalent work experience ,   3+ years  of  e xperience with  construction   job-costing, work orders, WIP schedules , etc.   Demonstrated  experience with software implementation projects including maintaining and understanding a project  budget , timeline, scope, training, and resource  availability ,   PMP,  Six Sigma,  or  CSPO certifi cation a plus   Superior people skills; team-oriented, fast learner and very personable ,   Demonstrated ability to  troubleshoot , problem solve, and  process improve,   Self-motivated and able to execute in a fast-paced environment,     Good written/verbal communication and facilitation skills for communicating at all levels ,   Good consultative, customer focus, & service skills are required,   Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft applications.   Crete Mechanical Group is an equal opportunity employer, considering all applicants for employment regardless of race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, pregnancy, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, marital status, physical disability, sexual orientation, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by state of federal law.   Remote work will be considered on a case by case basis. National travel is required.
  • Washougal, Washington, Ballard Marine Construction is a leading marine infrastructure and utility contractor based in Washougal, WA with regional offices and projects throughout North America. Our experience enables us to adapt quickly to unique problems and resolve potentially costly situations for our clients. In addition, we have the proven ability to customize systems and management teams for individual projects. Employees are an integral asset to ensuring our success and as such our staff is required to meet the highest expectations. We take pride in our renowned safety standards and require employees to utilize safe work practices always. We count on our employees to perform in fast paced environments while still satisfying customer needs and maintaining effective working relationships. The ability to proactively identify issues and offer innovative solutions is also highly praised. We have a commitment to our employees and, in turn, expect our employees to contribute to the success of Ballard. This is a leadership level role, managing a small team of people and responsible for demonstrating behaviors aligned with Ballard’s core values and leadership principles.  The role involves the use, custody and safeguarding of sensitive financial information.  Written and verbal communications require both discretion and confidentiality. Job Summary: The Controller will oversee all aspects of accounting operations, overseeing all transactions related to the general ledger, receivables, payables, payroll, and financial reporting.  Supports the preparation of financial statements which follow all regulatory and accounting guidelines. Knowledgeable of accounting principles with the ability to perform each accounting function as needed to ensure accurate and timely reporting of payroll processing, project costs, capital assets, sales & use taxes, property taxes, project/equipment revenues, balance sheet reconciliations, WIP and multiple monthly financial reporting requirements. Using effective communication, collaboration and time management, this position provides internal support to the Division Managers, Operations Managers, project teams, and the corporate accounting team.  Externally, this position communicates with investors, banking institutions, state tax reporting agencies, customers, and vendors to positively impact existing and new relationships. Key Responsibilities:   Coordinate the preparation of monthly, quarterly, and annual reports, providing analysis to the business. Support in the preparation of annual budgets and forecasts. Support in the preparation of monthly financial statements, including cash flow, notes, ratios, and trend analysis. Enter adjusting Journal Entries to the accounting system. Reconcile cash / review all balance sheet accounts. Participate in preparation for year-end annual audit. Assist in formulation of internal controls and policies to comply with regulatory requirements and established best practices. Oversees complex payroll with multiple unions in multiple states and internationally, including prevailing wage, OCIP/CCIP reporting, certified payrolls, and multiple workers comp policies. Manages all tax planning and compliance with all required federal, state, local, and on occasion international payroll, property, and other applicable taxes. Stays abreast of changing tax laws. Manage fixed asset and non-capital asset set-up, maintenance, and disposal within the accounting system. Facilitate and monitor fixed asset revenue tracking and reporting. Create, maintain, and inactivate customers within the accounting system. Communicate with customers as needed to ensure all compliance documents are obtained. Ensure accurate and timely set up of new projects, timely entry of change orders and ensure all accounting needs are met prior to closing projects within the accounting system. Oversee the management of credit card transactions and postings within the accounting system. Oversee and review all month-end closing activities including general ledger accounts, balance sheet accounts, and overhead cost. Oversee monthly general ledger entries and account reviews and reconciliations. Recruit, interview and hire finance, accounting, and payroll staff as needed. Mentor and develop finance team, managing work allocation, systems training, performance evaluations, and the building of an effective and efficient team. Qualities: •Servant leader •Relationship focused •Solution oriented •Decisive •Collaborative Benefits: Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package which includes insurance programs covering medical, dental, vision, life, PTO, seven paid holidays, work life balance program, EAP program, and a 401(k) plan. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
  • Denver, Colorado, Carlton Electric is an Electrical Services firm committed to the ongoing growth of its business through cultural and financial health. Headquartered in Denver, CO, we are looking to add a key member and leader to perform the function of Controller and Accounting Manager. A successful employee at Carlton Electric has a strong desire to work in a collaborative team environment and has commitment to results.  In this role, you'll oversee at least two direct reports and report back to the President and Vice President of the company. You will be responsible for analyzing and implementing accounting policies, practices and processes to ensure Carlton Electric has efficient and compliant accounting practices. This position will have primary responsibilities including but not limited to the following: Design, evaluate and modify accounting policies to ensure "best practice" is in place for accounting department. Recommendations for improvement in current practices  preparing income statements, balance sheets, accounting statements, reports and reconciliations. Work HR and payroll as needed for financial information  Ensures accuracy and timeliness of journal entries. Control and manage Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable. Helps makes recommendations regarding asset purchases, sells and expenditures. Participate in cash and financial forecasting with the executive team. Works directly with 3rd party CPA firm as needed to complete an annual reviewed financial statement.  Provide guidance and leadership to direct reports in handling difficult or complex problems with a customer service attitude  Other assignments as needed to meet company objectives  Key Qualifications  5+ years previous experience in Construction Accounting  Bachelor Degree is required. Preferred in Accounting. CPA a plus  CCIFP Certification preferred Experience with Spectrum Accounting Software required  Knowledge of Colorado complex tax rules and regulations  Up to date on most recent GAAP changes High-level abilities using computers including MS Office Suite Ability to work with minimum direction and exercise initiative  Strong Communication Skills both verbally and written. Solve problems and generate solutions Exemplifies Carlton Electric core values and operates as an Ideal Team Player Carlton Electric offers a competitive market salary paired with top market benefits. These include employer paid health premiums for employee and family, matching 401k, vacation and holiday pay, continuing education, opportunity for growth and a chance to be apart of a growing and winning team
  • Orange, California, I have an Orange County contractor that is 50% General/50% Subcontractor that is looking for a Sr. Controller.  The Controller will report directly to the President and be an active contributor to the management team.  The position pays $150k base(flexible for right candidate), bonus, comprehensive benefits with the opportunity to participate in their ESOP. My client has been in business for 21 years, is very profitable and has strong cash reserves. They have a great culture which is demonstrated by a number of long-tenured employees and a really nice facility. Their revenues range between $45-$50m, but they are looking to expand their infrastructure to support future growth. If this is not a fit for you, maybe you have a previous colleague that would be ideal. I can be reached at 619-227-8018 or johnv@financial-recruiting.com. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance Preferred 5+ years as a Controller within the commercial construction industry Strong analytical, organizational, and problem-solving skills Excellent communication skills are a must Bonus, ESOP, Comprehensive Benefit Plan
  • Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Headquartered in Toronto, CMiC is a software company focused on the Construction industry. We have built a comprehensive platform for construction companies to manage their most important workflows. Our customers have their choice of a SaaS or Private Hosted platform that includes industry focused modules to manage everything from Financials and Payroll to Project Management and Budgeting. Our market share is very strong in North America and rapidly expanding internationally in regions like Europe, South East Asia and the Middle East. About the Role – Overview The Associate Product Manager (APM) program at CMiC provides a unique opportunity for candidates to join an established software development company and experience the full product development lifecycle. APM’s will be partnered with one of our Senior Product Managers and work with them on R&D development projects from Requirements Gathering to Shipping. This one-year program will build your Product Management skills and position you for success in a Product Management role at CMiC after the program is complete. Key Responsibilities: Supporting our Product Development teams with QA Testing and Documentation Engaging with Customers, Sales, Solutions and Consulting to stay on top of customer requests that could enhance your product Reviewing product enhancement suggestions submitted on portals like UserVoice Conducting competitive analysis related to your product group Assisting in the Design, Development, Testing and Shipment of your assigned R&D project(s) A passion for technology/software A highly motivated individual that takes pride in his/her work. Strong verbal and written communication skills Basic understanding on Information Systems (servers, web pages, client apps) Experience working in the Software and/or Construction industry is preferred  College Diploma or University Degree in a related field. Business, Engineering, Information Systems and Computer Science are preferred
  • Runnemede, New Jersey, Controller retiring. Privately owned, 27 Years in business, Delaware Valley based leader in the 24/7 Property Damage Remediation & Restoration Industry. Hands-on position, reporting directly to ownership, oversees the financial functions of the company in a collegial, newly renovated office environment. At least 5 years construction accounting experience in a managerial position and a bachelor’s degree in accounting. CPA a plus. Partner with outside CPA firm, banking, insurance, surety, 401(k) & IT support professionals to advance the ownership’s objectives. Prepare all internal & external financial reporting and collaborate with outside accounting firm on projections & planning for annual statements & taxes. Intimate knowledge of job costing and percentage of completion revenue recognition analysis and reporting to include the Work-in-Progress Schedule. Experience with Prevailing Wage, Davis Bacon, Certified Payroll & Union contract compliance & reporting. Understanding of NJ, PA/Phila & DE Sales & Use Tax purchasing, billing & filing requirements. Produce 401k Sponsor documentation to meet Plan Administrator processing, testing, compliance, reporting & DOL filing requirements. Manage annual insurance renewals & vendor proposals. Manage state and local business registrations, licenses, certifications and tax compliance. Oversee & support all day-to-day accounting functions including AR, AP, PR, and construction billings.  Reduce process cycles where possible & support companywide effort to reduce/eliminate paper usage in the office and field in favor of electronic communications & document storage. Knowledge of Proven Solutions Accounting (PSA/Canam Systems) a plus. Comprehensive benefits package includes PTO, quality health care, 401k with match & profit sharing. Salary commensurate with experience. Please submit appropriate resumes to: allriskemployment@allriskinc.com
  • 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 Company 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
  • Houston, Texas, The Controller performs construction accounting and is functionally responsible for the day-to-day operations in journal entry, monthly pay apps, vender payables, job WIP, percentage of completion analysis and monthly financial close and variance to budget analysis. Duties and Responsibilities Accounting, Planning and Analysis Manages others or individually performs on a timely and accurate basis all day-to-day accounting activities of the Company (general ledger, monthly pay App billing, accounts receivable collections, accounts payable, etc.) Performs the monthly close and variance analysis of accurate financial statements and WIP report with percentage of completion for the satisfaction of management and surety. Leads the development of financial analyses including, but not limited to, annual profit plans and monthly plan vs. actuals. Provides up-to-date and accurate WIP reporting to analyze the over and under billings assets and liabilities to date for management and other stakeholders such as surety. Works with Project Management staff to make sure that all monthly Pay Apps/invoices are prepared accurately and sent at the due date under the contract. Manages A/R collection activities and works with PM and Sales staff to ensure that amounts owed are collected when due. Provides timely and accurate information and advice to management on any financial or cash flow matters. Ensures that all required federal, state and local tax filings are prepared, filed and paid accurately and on a timely basis, including sales taxes paid to all municipalities on a timely basis. Maintains and enforces appropriate internal controls to ensure the safeguarding of Company assets. Cash Management Manages the cash receipts and cash disbursements functions. Compiles a weekly cash flow forecast that projects cash resources and requirements for future weeks; reviews with the CFO and President and takes the action as agreed. Ensures that company payables are properly reviewed and approved in accordance with company policy prior to disbursement. General Maintains a high level of expertise with the company’s accounting and job cost systems; resolves questions and issues related to the capabilities and use of the systems; works with PM staff to ensure the systems are used properly. Maintains the company's Accounting Standard Operating Procedures up to date and gives guidance to personnel to add or modify contents. Prepares work papers, documents and financial statements required by outside accountants. Reports This position reports to: CFO Positions that report to this position: Accountants, Bookkeepers Qualifications BS degree in accounting or finance or higher. 10+ years of accounting and financial management experience in a construction industry environment. Previous company or divisional controller experience in commercial construction. Significant experience in budgeting, planning, financial and operational reporting. High level of ability with spread sheets and other analytical tools. Excellent organizational and communication skills. Ability to deal tactfully with human issues with colleagues and owners. Ability to create and maintain cooperative, team building relationships. Ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure. Bonus Plan
  • Kirkwood, Missouri, Are you an experienced Controller looking for a place where you can have a bright future with an established, growing company?  Our Controller is retiring, and we need a leader who wants to be part of a collaborative management team that is fun, openminded, respectful, and engaging.  Check out the job description below for more details and submit your resume if you want to be a part of our team!   Title:     Controller        Reports To:   President Job Purpose:   To successfully protect MBA’s financial health and overall risk. Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities : Lead, support, supervise, recruit, and develop the Accounting and IT teams Prepare monthly financial statements and management reports for the organization, ensure reports comply with generally accepted accounting principles. Coordinate the entire budgeting process and monthly financial forecasting model. Maintain adequate system of accounting records and a comprehensive set of controls designed to mitigate risk. Manage AP, AR and payroll Oversee company IT infrastructure, processes and training Coordinate efforts with outside CPA firm, CFO, attorney, and insurance agencies Collaborate with the management team to help set company direction, policy, and processes. Guide building and facilities maintenance   Minimum Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Accounting 7+ years of progressively responsible accounting experience (within the construction industry preferred) Certified Public Accountant (CPA) a plus 5 years of experience managing an accounting team Strong computer skills, including proficiency with MS Office and common accounting software platforms Understanding of how to drive effective performance management. Deep understanding of Finance and Accounting processes. Strategic, analytic, and creative thinking Excellent communication skills with all levels of associates including oral presentations, business writing, listening, and maintaining appropriate level of confidentiality Strong leadership skills such as problem solving, decision making, resource and time management, planning & organizing, teamwork, relationship building, initiative, flexibility, and follow through Ability to sit and/or stand at desk for extended periods of time. Regularly walk, talk, hear, view computer screens, type and occasionally lift 20 lbs. Possess the following Mosby Core Values: Lead with Kindness Act with Integrity Give Respect Bestow Loyalty Embrace Creativity Walk with Humility Accept Accountability Speak with Honesty Compensation includes base salary and performance based incentives.