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  • Goldens Bridge, New York, Andron Construction Corp. is a leading regional commercial building contractor. We are seeking a hands-on Controller capable of managing the accounting function, financial reporting and related tasks for stable and progressive organization. The ideal candidate will have a degree in accounting and industry experience. CPA or an advanced degree a plus, as would familiarity with Sage 300 (Timberline). Responsibilities include but are not limited to: ·         Financial reporting ·         Job cost management ·         Manage accounting department and its staff ·         Enforce internal controls ·         Manage employee benefits ·         Audit preparation   Andron offers a competitive compensation package including excellent benefits, as well as the opportunity for career advancement and growth.  Andron is located in an attractive section of Northern Westchester County.
  • Battle Ground, Washington, We love construction. We love accounting. We make people’s lives easier by customizing their accounting software so that they can run their construction companies better. Here’s what you get: 80k – 110k starting wage depending on experience & certification(s). 2 weeks paid time off per year, plus holidays. You can’t just work all the time. The work is fun, fresh and dynamic. You will be working directly for our founder, Michael, and helping him with a mix of projects and support. We aren’t big on stress. So, while we will expect you to work efficiently and get things done, we focus on open communication and getting things done right the first go around. After 90 days you can open a retirement account and we’ll match your contribution up to 3%. After 90 days you will also be eligible for health insurance. Once you’re comfortable with your tasks, you will have the flexibility to work remotely some of the time, or even take working vacations. After a year here, you get a share of the profits. That means the hard work you put into making the company succeed gets rewarded with cold hard cash. After 2 years of loyal service, you get an additional 2 weeks of paid vacation per year, but it comes with a catch! It’s not optional and you must take it consecutively without access to email (seriously!). We call this the Intermission and it helps us strengthen our internal processes just as much as it helps you relax and unwind. Here’s what the job duties entail: A Keeper of the Books at Silvertrek is responsible for management-only financial statements for our customers. While we do not provide reviewed or audited financials, our CPAs/Accountants provide meaningful monthly financials to our construction clients. In addition to the “real” accounting work, you will also be heading up our nascent accounting support team, and helping our customers get unstuck. This will be done in conjunction with an ad-hock team from across the company, including IT staff, developers, and experienced accountants. Managing a small team of Junior Accountants (we call ‘em “Scribes”) to help get the day-to-day work done.   Note: Since we work with construction using Vista by Viewpoint, please highlight in your cover letter any construction-related accounting you’ve done, and if you have any experience with the software. Here’s what we expect from you: You need to be the type of person who gets joy out of getting things done. Every day there is a lot to do. Fun stuff. Important stuff. Necessary stuff. You will be on the phone a lot. So, you need to enjoy talking with people and giving/getting direction You need to nail down the details. You don’t need to race through work and get things done half-assed (Michael could do that). We need you to slow things down and get them done right. You need to be a person who loves to deliver remarkable experiences to other people. You know, you need to be someone who feels good by making other people feel good. Our office is casual, but we do expect professionalism and punctuality Ultimately, your job will be to help the entire team in any way you can. We automate systems for our customers using a wide range of technologies. Most of these projects involve Vista by Viewpoint. To learn more about us, check out In addition to being a detailed person, you must follow systems and processes. In fact, just to prove that you are detailed oriented and can follow procedures when you apply for this position in the subject line of the email you must include “I’m ready to join the trek!” in the subject line. Yep, that’s our little trick to sort out the people who blanket send their resume to anyone and everyone, from the folks (that’s you) who are truly interested in this position. We are looking to bring our new colleague on board as soon as possible, but we will spend the necessary time to find the best fit both in abilities and culturally. One thing that will give you a BIG leg up (but is optional) is to send a quick video in along with your resume. In your video tell us why you think you’re perfect for this job and why you will be perfect for this position. This is purely for us to get a sense of your personality. And if you decide not to send a video (that’s ok), please tell us why you chose not to send in a video. Reply to this ad or email We can’t wait to meet you!!! * CPA or CMA highly recommended * Bachelor's degree in accounting minimum, Masters recommended. * 10 years of relevant experience Salary will depend on experience & certification(s).
  • Maryland Heights, Missouri, Director of Finance is responsible for strategic planning, financial analysis, and policy development for all operating entities, reporting directly to the Chief Financial Officer. Primary responsibilities include the following: Management, preparation and review of monthly internal financial statements. Coordination of annual financial reviews for each entity. Annual tax return management with external preparer. Supervision of payroll, benefits and human resource functions. Communication with third-party stakeholders, including insurance brokers and carriers, bonding companies, financial institution as well as Customers, Vendors, and Subcontractors. Cash management. Budget preparation. Financial Forecasting. What You Will Be Doing: Responsible for review and preparation of multiple entities financial statements, including a GC construction entity with percentage complete accounting Responsible for preparation of the monthly borrowing base 4 entities Supervision of Human Resources and Payroll Department Liaison with third-party tax preparer for multiple entities returns Management of all audits, reviews and compilations Responsible for the cash management of all entities Budgeting and forecasting for all entities Any other duties that may be assigned from time to time   The Ideal Candidate: Bachelor's/Master's degree in Accounting, Finance, business or Economics, and strong analytical and communication skills required. 7 or more years of experience in accounting and finance in construction. Previous Controller or higher level within an organization having revenues in excess of $50mm Experience with Construction Accounting, including management of Work In Process. Experience with construction-oriented accounting systems, preferably ComputerEase. Must be technically skilled and have and have experience using data analysis tools such as Microsoft Office products including Excel, Word, and Access. Effective time management skills and the ability to multitask. Attention to detail. Proven ability to manage budgets. Professional and proactive work ethic. High competence in project and stakeholder management. Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills. We offer a range of benefits including, but not limited to: 100% Company Paid Medical, Dental, Long Term Disability and Life Insurance. Vision Insurance 401k with very generous matching and profit sharing 3 Weeks Paid Time Off
  • Lakewood, Colorado, Harrison Western was founded in 1968 and has provided superior design and construction services to the mining, and tunneling industries for over 50 years, as well as providing geotechnical and other unique services to civil projects. Additionally, Underground Infrastructure Technologies, LLC (UIT), a division of Harrison Western, is a full-service utility contractor specializing in trenchless technologies. UIT preforms wet and dry utility installations utilizing both trenchless technologies and open cut excavation to complete projects, large or small in multiple geographic markets. Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, we have completed over $2 billion of mining and construction development projects that range geographically from the Artic to the Andes.    The (Chief Financial Officer) CFO is a key member of the executive team at Harrison Western/UIT. Harrison Western/UIT is a closely held private company with approximately 140 employees. This position will have a wide variety of responsibilities. The CFO oversees the preparation of the following: consolidated GAAP financial statements, cash flow forecasts, monthly reporting package to senior management, supporting schedules to general ledger accounts, variance analysis for income statement accounts, and annual audited financial statements. The ideal candidate will bring a depth of accounting knowledge and possess superior leadership skills with a proven track record of managing and motivating a team. As part of the strategic planning team, the CFO alerts the leadership team as deemed necessary on significant variances from budget, forecasts and internal control standards. Organization, flexibility, outstanding customer focus and strong communication are critical in this position.   Essential Duties and Responsibilities Analyze financial records to develop and improve budgeting and planning Deliver timely and accurate financial reporting Lead and develop Accounting/Human Resources team to ensure proper fiscal management, timely and accurate reporting, forecasting, strategic initiatives and analysis Conduct regular and thorough property financial reviews, including but not limited to monthly financial operating statements, cash flow reports, monthly forecasts, balance sheets and capital budget expenditures Initiate process improvements in conjunction with Accounting, Human Resources and Operations that will enhance expense management resulting in optimal profit flow Ensure timely and accurate filing of all tax returns Manage preparation and support of any external audits Ability to build strong financial relationships with banking lenders in regard to lending, negotiating and lines of credit, etc. Ensure legal and regulatory compliance regarding all financial functions Successful completion of internal and external financial audits, including coordination of work with internal and external audit firms Manage and monitor treasury management for cash balances Define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions Support month-end and year-end close process Other special projects, duties and responsibilities as assigned     Qualifications and requirements Bachelor’s or master’s degree in Accounting or Business with an emphasis in Accounting Minimum ten years of financial management experience Experience leading a team in a high growth industry Detail oriented Proven positive and professional attitude and strong customer service skills Ability to multi-task, work under pressure, make concrete decisions and meet tight deadlines Ability to provide assistance, analysis, recommendations for improvement to the executive team Prior construction experience preferred   Benefits include: 2 Medical plans to choose from Vision and Dental Time off with 7 paid holidays 401k with Company match Company paid short and long term disability plans Company paid life insurance Casual work environment   It is the policy of Harrison Western not to discriminate against any employee or any applicant for employment because of age, race, religion, color, disability, sex, physical condition, developmental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, genetic information or national origin.  This policy shall include, but not be limited to, the following:  recruitment and employment, promotion, demotion, transfer, compensation, selection for training including apprenticeship, layoff and termination.  Harrison Western is committed to providing access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities. To request reasonable accommodation, contact the HR department at .