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  • Salt Lake City Area, Utah, The Controller will report directly to the President and is responsible for all financial and administrative operations at SAC, including related compliance, and will lead all the core administrative functions, including financial and project accounting, budgeting and planning, and IT system development and integration. As a critical member of the leadership team, this position will help shape business operations so that the company can scale rapidly.  Typical Responsibilities Accounting & Finance Manage, develop, and mentor the accounting function and team Manage all accounting operations, including Billing, A/R, A/P, GL, Cost Accounting, Inventory Accounting and Revenue Recognition consistent with GAAP and corporate policies Maintain strong relationships across the leadership team to foster teamwork and constructive actions in all areas affecting the company’s strategies Develop and document accounting policies and procedures to maintain an effective accounting function and to strengthen internal controls Produce and communicate accurate and timely monthly, quarterly, and annual financial reports, with variance analysis, including comparison to budget/forecast and absorption costing analysis for internal and external stakeholders Oversee and manage the organization’s annual budget and financial forecast processes Manage the organizations Chart of Accounts (COA) used to capture comprehensive data for financial accounting and reporting Manage the company’s treasury function including bank relationships and compliance requirements Prepare cash flow forecasts for short term & long-term financial planning Ensure accurate and consistent project billing, costing, and revenue recognition used for the financial analysis for all projects Manage and comply with all finance and administrative compliance requirements at the local, state, and federal government level, including filings, reports and payments. Maintain primary relationship with outside professionals for consulting engagements related to reviewed/compiled or audited financial statements and income tax return preparation Evaluate capital investments before and after completion to determine real costs and returns Responsible for accounting, tracking & maintaining of fixed assets records Oversee the Payroll processes, and Employee Benefit plans and compliance including 401(k) for the organization Manage & partner with all Payroll Processing and Employee Benefit Plan third-party providers to ensure that the programs are administered and communicated effectively Oversee the selection process and negotiations with all the employee benefit and insurance carriers Contribute to process improvement and cost reduction initiatives throughout the organization   Technology Manage the company’s ERP system and supporting service providers Develop and implement policies and procedures for all computer systems operations and development that ensure accurate financial controls and reporting Maintain current and accurate inventory of technology hardware, software and resources Manage ERP improvement projects, milestones and budgets; organize and oversee activities related to data migration, end user training, and local configuration of the ERP environment Ensure that all systems are supported by the necessary documentation and manuals Develop and maintain the information systems budget to ensure that expenditures are accurately forecast and kept within budget Desired Skills & Experience Bachelor’s degree (B.A. or B.S.) or equivalent in Finance, Accounting or related discipline Significant previous experience as a Controller in a project engineering, construction, and/or manufacturing setting An advance degree in Accounting, CPA, or CMA preferred Thorough knowledge of accounting principles and procedures associated with the construction industry including the absorption of manufacturing costs into projects Experience with creating financial statements, general ledger functions and the month-end/year- end close process Proficient in ERP systems and Accounting software Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and comfortable learning new software systems. Experience managing and/or partnering with IT and HR functions preferred Other Frequent travel between locations required
  • Benicia, California, SUMMARY   The Controller drives the monthly close, ensures the accuracy and efficiency of the WIP and job cost (J/C) system, and runs a rolling 13-month general ledger profit forecast. The Controller will take over certain deliverables currently performed by other team members, improve existing or create new processes, and in general bring accuracy, timeliness, insight, creativity and professional expertise to help the company streamline financial operations and improve its data-driven decision-making.   STATUS, HOURS & COMPENSATION   This is a part-time (10-20 hours per week) independent contractor (1099) position that reports to the company’s Business Manager with a dotted line to its external CFO. Remote work is acceptable. Enough availability from Pacific 7a-5p to effectively collaborate with other team members is required. This is a partial Controller scope of work, as other functions (e.g. banking, insurance, pre-liens, and A/R collections) are performed by other team members. This is a newly created role and expected to be long-term.    > DRIVE THE MONTHLY CLOSE   Close the books and generate monthly financial statements in 15-18 calendar days   Improve the speed, efficiency/cost, accuracy and insightfulness of all aspects of the monthly close   Maintain debt, accruals, loan and other schedules; enter monthly JEs or delegate/oversee the same   Maintain well organized monthly close data files in a secure, shared location   Communicate and manage open items – who needs to do what by when – to team members   > ENSURE THE ACCURACY & EFFICIENCY OF THE WIP AND JOB COST (J/C) SYSTEM   Improve the accuracy and efficiency of the company’s WIP and job costing process/system   Improve how the company tracks and job costs inventory, owned equipment, and CGL insurance   > RUN A 13-MONTH ROLLING GENERAL LEDGER PROFIT FORECAST   Lead the annual budget process, down to the general ledger account level with supporting schedules   Create and maintain the budget workbook   Report actual vs. budget monthly   Maintain a rolling 13-month profit and cash flow forecast based on the budget spreadsheet   SELECT REQUIREMENTS: Construction accounting, including financial statement reporting, WIP, J/C , inventory, and budgeting    Working knowledge of and ability to optimize use of Foundation; knack for picking up other software   Project management – setting and adhering to schedules, coordination and communication   Discretion and the ability to protect confidential and sensitive data   Close collaboration with Sales/Precon, Field Operations, and other Admin team members.  
  • Irving, Texas, Company: Driver Pipeline Company, Inc. Job Title:  CFO Location:  Irving, TX About the Company:  Driver Pipeline is an oil and gas pipeline contractor that has been fulfilling the energy industry's construction, maintenance and repair needs since 1971.  What began as a small family business serving a single customer has grown into a fully integrated oil and gas pipeline construction company known for its vast equipment fleet, talented pipeliners, "can-do" spirit, and commitment to safety. Our 800 employees and +1000 pieces of equipment are deployed across Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi.   Position Summary:   Driver Pipeline 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 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. Procure payment and performance bonds as needed.   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 onboarding process and enrollment of employees runs efficiently. Coordinate with internal counsel on HR matters requiring active management. Education/Skills Requirement: Bachelor's Degree in Accounting/Finance; CPA, MBA highly preferred. +10 years finance/accounting experience in the construction industry. Experience with large construction ERP (Vista, Procore, CMiC) Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office systems, including Excel. Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Wilsonville, Oregon, Works with a team of other professionals on various projects to help improve the overall reliability and efficiency of various business systems and processes.  Gathers, receives, and interprets requirements from end users and documents business requirements. Identifies process inefficiencies and participates in process improvement initiatives. Helps to trouble-shoot and resolve user issues in various business systems.  Conducts customer interviews to understand business processes and determine system needs and requirements. Works to become knowledgeable in our primary ERP system, Vista by Viewpoint. Certain repetitive day-to-day tasks may be necessary as part of your job duties. A working knowledge of Microsoft SQL, databases, Crystal Reports, and Microsoft Excel. A detail-oriented person who is able to run effective testing scenarios in our development environment, looking for issues which may cause problems in the production environment. While not required, experience with C# programing, SSRS Report Builder, and construction accounting is a plus. Highly effective verbal and written communication skills Diligent team player with attentive and engaging interpersonal skills. An ability to work effectively and independently as required. Strong customer focus.
  • Stillwater, Minnesota, As a nationwide General Contractor, Thomas Grace Construction specializes in the retail and hospitality industry. Located in Stillwater, Minnesota, we partner with large, nationwide retailers and strive to develop long-term relationships. We do everything from large scale rollout programs, remodels, and ground up new stores, to store fixturing programs. We are seeing an optimistic and positive trend in completing projects that have been put on hold for the past couple of years. That is why we are actively seeking for immediate hire an experienced Assistant Controller. This is a newly created role to support the quickly growing corporate needs of the company. This is a great opportunity for someone that enjoys a challenge and wants to be on the frontend of a rapidly growing organization. Potential to move into a future leadership role. Finance Activities Reconcile General Ledger accounts as requested. Apply customer cash receipts. Review and approve employee expenses. Maintain and apply for required corporate licensing based on project location. Sales, use, and occupational tax returns and reconciliations. Research sales tax requirements as needed on an individual project basis. Vendor, subcontractor, and corporate accounts payable oversight. Monthly bank reconciliations Assist as needed in preparing financial statements, forecasts, budgets. HR Activities Onboarding new employees ensuring all necessary and required documentation is obtained prior to first day of employment. Research required state and local payroll tax requirements for employee resident and work locations. Manage union employees for specific project local requirements. Process weekly payroll and related payroll taxes. Record cash transactions related to payroll. File necessary weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual payroll reports for all required states. Prepare required yearend wage reporting such as W-2s and ACA filing, as necessary. Update/create employee payroll setups as needed to maintain personnel records. Assist in preparing employee project and annual reviews. Offboarding terminated employees. Affiliated Company Activities General oversight of all aspects of affiliated companies including, but not limited to, the following: Update and create employee payroll setups as needed to maintain personnel records. Payroll, payroll taxes, union benefit payments. Record cash transactions related to payroll. File necessary weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual payroll reports for all required states. Sales tax reporting. Accounts payable oversight. Bank account reconciliations. General Documentation of processes and procedures; create process guides and manuals as needed. Business and General Contractor license filings including initial registrations and annual renewals. Identify and prevent discrepancies in tax rates and calculations. Help set up control systems to ensure compliance with local and state regulations. Special projects as assigned. Annual performance bonus; cell phone; 401(k) match and profit sharing; health, dental and life insurance benefits
  • Chicago, Illinois, Duties & Responsibilities: Create monthly trade partner waiver requests, verify waivers for accuracy and compiles in corresponding job folder (up to 40 invoices per month)  Completes all monthly AP entry that correlates to the jobs assignment for each month and reconcile entries against sworn statements Issues weekly trade partner payments as provided by Project Accountants Maintains Master Pay Application log daily and provide deposit reports to the Controller Serves as backup to Accounts Payable Manager consisting of reconciling expenses, company credit cards & daily deposits Sets up new projects in Procore and provide details to Project Accountants  Provides support to maintain the overhead budget report Collaborates with the Office Administrator as the main back up to the front desk and serves as additional support for overflow of incoming calls Follows up on voided or expiring SPRs and updates the Finance scorecard weekly Escalates trade partner discrepancies to Project Accountant and Project Manager for immediate clarification and resolution Qualifications: The following qualifications are representative of the knowledge, education, skill, and/or ability that is needed of an individual to perform this job successfully. High school diploma, GED, or equivalent required Knowledge of basic accounting principles Excellent communications skills and ability work well with a wide range of personalities A strong sense of urgency and time management Goal-oriented – ability to problem solve, react quickly to changing circumstances and still achieve the desired results Keen attention to detail with a focus on accuracy Organized with excellent verbal and written communication skills Proficiency with relevant accounting software such as Sage Timberline, QuickBooks, etc. Proficiency with Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • New Orleans, Louisiana, The Senior Accountant is responsible for assisting the accounting staff in day-to-day support of all accounting activities with an emphasis on internal/quality control monitoring as well as detailed job cost analysis while following standard accounting principles with a construction industry focus. Position Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: Oversees Asphalt Plant Accounting activities; including budgeting, forecasting cost allocation and interpreting sales tax. Prepares the monthly, quarterly and annual financial statements and reviews for completeness and accuracy for the Company and its affiliates. Oversees, distributes and coordinates the workflow of the Accounting team. Provides routine updates on the status of workflows to the Vice President. Participates in ongoing workflow analysis. Ensures the best use of technology and systems in the performance of routine tasks. Oversees the monthly job cost allocations for all departments. Ensures that there is a detailed overhead budget and an analysis report is completed for each department on-time and accurately. Prepares monthly profit and loss reports. Provides support to Project Managers and other members of the administrative team when requested. Leads and coordinates the annual external audit including preparation of audit schedules and interaction with audit staff. Acts in a lead role for accounting activities between all Company affiliates and subsidiaries. Takes the lead on administering the quarterly percentage of completion method of internal accounting. Lends accounting knowledge and expertise to a project as requested.   Bachelor's Degree in Accounting required,  a minimum of 3 - 5 years experience working in an accounting role, a minimum of 3 - 5 years of Accounting experience in the construction industry preferred, CPA or CPA eligible preferred, and 5 - 7 years of experience in percent of completion method of accounting preferred.
  • Lincolnshire or Lombard , Illinois, The Controller is a highly visible role providing financial leadership company wide.  Big picture responsibilities include overall financial organization, direction, control, and supervision of general accounting, cost accounting, billing, and accounts payable. This position leads a small team and reports directly to the CFO. Day to day activities will vary but here’s an idea of your responsibilities: Financial planning, cash management, insurance, property management, and all tax compliance issues Establish and enforce financial policies, procedures, controls, and reporting in accordance with GAAP Month-end close process and the timely preparation of financial statements as well as the distribution of required statements Prepare  financial budgets and projections as well as all comparative reports Establish, prepare, and monitor operating budgets Maintain a credit and collection system and procedure to project cash flow Supervising  purchase and disposition of major equipment and equipment leasing agreements Conducts meetings with corporate, client, and external auditors  Unanet billing software superuser for the company Coordinate various financial & other activities with bankers, government officials, clients, and vendors   3-5 years of management experience with a consulting services firm or construction contractor    
  • Chicago, Illinois, Please note that this position is not eligible for work visa sponsorship. We are seeking a new Senior  Accountant to join our Accounting - McHugh Concrete team. Your role will  have responsibility for managing accounting and financial support for a portfolio of projects. The Senior Accountant partners with MCC Leadership and Project Managers to share ownership of the project’s success. As a member of the Accounting department, you will work with our Project Accountants and report to our Controller. As Senior Accountant, you will: Manage and perform high-level accounting tasks related to the maintenance/processing of G702 and G703 and other accounting requirements on a project by project basis for a variety of different projects. Determine, implement, and manage appropriate accounting methods and functions as deemed necessary and appropriate by Senior Project Accountant based on the Project Requirements, information and data from Pencil Meetings, best practices, acceptable accounting methods and Company Policy. Manage and maintain accounts receivable records, and provide oversight and assistance with invoice preparation, invoice distribution in accordance with best practices as determined by the needs and variations of the projects. Correspond with owners, owner reps, lenders and title companies in regard to payment and changes in requested applications for payment, waivers of lien and related forms as Senior Project Accountant deems necessary and/or appropriate based on independent discretion and judgment. Serve as chief accounting point of contact for all project accounting related questions and concerns. Act as gatekeeper to subcontractor payment process. Manage monthly subcontractor payments and distribute to subcontractors in exchange for waivers (including 2nd tier and supplier waivers). Review waivers for accuracy and submit monthly waiver packages to title company (if applicable). Resolve issues, discrepancies and other concerns related to waivers and subcontractor payments. Verify subcontractor compliance with subcontract requirements before releasing payments; analyze, determine and implement appropriate corrective action if there is non-compliance. Coordinate with auditors during annual audit; manage all related audit findings and actions. Make recommendations to supervisor for cost effective methods of accomplishing specific functions. Assist project teams and MCC leadership with accounting and financial related inquiries. Provide guidance and mentoring to develop Project Accountants. Provide and review monthly financial information to/with MCC President Other duties and responsibilities as required. To be successful in this position, you will need: A Bachelor's Degree in Accounting/Finance or equivalent experience required. 2 plus years construction accounting experience preferred. A strong knowledge of accounting, auditing, payroll and invoicing required, general construction preferred. Strong written and verbal communication skills are essential.  To have a thorough understanding of accounting software, Viewpoint, and Microsoft Office is strongly preferred.  To employ problem-solving and decision-making skills and analysis. To have strong attention to detail. To be able to organize and support multiple projects at the same time.  To have strong service orientation.  McHugh Concrete Construction Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, national origin, citizenship status, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, disability, and or any other basis protected by law or company policy. EOE of Minorities/Females/Vets/Disability
  • New Haven, Vermont, Silver Maple Construction is seeking a skilled, entrepreneurial, and results-oriented leader with experience in dynamic business environments to lead and manage our finance/accounting and office management team. This position reports to the CEO and oversees cost and general accounting, accounts receivable/payable, payroll and risk management as well as office management functions.   Guiding financial decisions by establishing, monitoring, and enforcing policies, procedures, and internal controls Provide status on company financial position by collecting, interpreting, and reporting key financial data to the CEO Partner with cross-functional leaders and teams to prepare the annual budget, and quarterly revisions. Ensure compliance with federal, state, and local legal requirements by researching existing and new GAAP proclamations, legislation, consulting with outside advisors, and filing financial reports Manage all Federal and State taxes for the company Manage department and external audits, including vendor and consulting management, workers compensation audit, commercial general liability audit, job cost audits, annual financial audit for multiple entities. Manages budget and controls expenses effectively Manage and coach the administrative team, including office manager, finance, and operations team. Staff will be around 4-6. Hires, trains, develops, and appraises staff effectively Keeps up to date on information and technology affecting functional area(s) to increase innovation and ensure compliance Assist with implementation and monitoring of 401(k) plan, benefits plans and other expense program. Oversee job cost supervision and support to the Head of Project Management relating to invoice preparation, job cost forecasting, job cost process review and adherence, change management and review of month-end project accounting activity and entries, preparation of job cost allocations (overhead, equipment, indirect expenses.). Assure the preparation of financial reports and complete an analysis of project financial results to determine accuracy and completeness of information. Analyze and find solutions to complex financial and accounting problems and follow through to ensure completion. Ensure all financial activities and requirements relating to project close-outs are carried out in a timely manner. Oversee/prepare cash and general ledger account reconciliations. Produce and disseminate management reports including, but not limited to, internal and external monthly financial statements. Responsible for quarterly and year-end accounting reports as well. Ensure the accurate and timely processing of accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll. Ensure accurate and timely management of all accounts receivable aging components including billings, cash receipts application, funding management including all associated financial reports. Establish and maintain systems and controls which ensure the integrity of the accounting and financial management systems. Partner with leadership with accurate and timely work to facilitate financial requirements. Oversee cash management and forecasting, as well as payroll, payroll tax reporting, metrics, and compliance. Perform other duties as needed.       Qualifications: •    Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or related field. •    6-8 years or more of related experience. •    Construction industry experience required. •    Certified Public Accountant or Certified Management Accountant designation preferred. •    Applicants must reside in or have immediate plans to relocate to the New Haven, Vermont area or commutable distance from this location.   Physical Requirements: Standing/sitting for 4-8 hours per day, the ability to work on a computer 4-6 hours per day.    Silver Maple Construction is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status Required Skills: •    Sound knowledge of accounting principles and practices. •    Performs duties with the highest level of integrity and ethical standards. •    Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills. •    Ability to process large amounts of numerical data. •    Proficiency in MS Excel and accounting software such as QuickBooks •    Effective written and verbal communication skills. •    Excellent management and supervisory skills. •    Excellent organizational and time management skills. •    Proficient in in Microsoft Office Suite or similar software.
  • Eden Prairie, Minnesota, Position Summary  Reporting to the Finance Manager - Costing & Operations, the  Senior Cost Analyst  role is responsible for supporting cost accounting activities including periodic financial reports and analysis, month-end close, budget, contribution and gross margin analysis for domestic and international operations and ensures that reported results comply with generally accepted accounting principles. To be successful, the Cost Analyst interacts with the various corporate departments, international sales offices, and manufacturing teams. Essential Functions Responsible for preparing Operations financial reporting for manufacturing plants, regional businesses, and product lines. Prepares regional profitability margin analysis and partners with regional management to support decision-making. Supports COGS and Operations capital budget process and forecasting through building templates and financial models, effectively communicating with business partners, and consolidating feedback received. Analyzes and maintains material standard pricing and manufacturing labor and overhead rates. Partners with Sales & Operations planning process by providing inventory and cost analysis. Supports R&D tax credit, financial and tax audits. Determines and recommends cost-effective solutions. Develops systems and procedures for cost accounting functions. Assists with various ad-hoc projects and analysis as needed. Performs other related duties as assigned. Benefits 100% Employer Paid Medical Insurance – Family + Single Coverage, No Monthly Premiums Health and Wellness Incentives Paid Vacations and Holidays 401(k) and Profit-Sharing employees are eligible for up to 15% profit sharing contribution, based on total gross compensation Short-Term Disability and Life Insurance Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Tuition Reimbursement This position is a hybrid role that offers a flexible schedule including being on-site in Eden Prairie, MN with the Accounting and Finance team Qualifications Minimum Required: Bachelor’s degree in accounting 5 + years of accounting experience 2 + years of cost accounting experience Knowledge of GAAP and financial accounting principles, practices, and procedures. Knowledge of controls, compliance, and risk management Advanced Microsoft Office and Excel Ability to generate bold, creative ideas to improve company performance Strong verbal and written communication skills, comfortable communicating with non- native English speakers Preferred: CMA or CPA designation Working experience with SAP
  • ALLENTOWN, Pennsylvania, Duggan & Marcon is seeking an Assistant Controller to assist in the management of the overall financial and administrative functions of the Company. Duties & responsibilities include: Work with Controller/CFO in the preparation of financial management reports including, but not limited to, internal monthly financial statements, quarterly external financial statements, annual audits, and annual Coordinate with outside auditors in all aspects of the annual audit. Direct supervision of Project Administrators and Accounts Payable. Work with Project Management Team to develop accurate periodic job projections and complete monthly Work in Progress schedules. Administration of Company’s on-line banking portal, user access and cash management authorizations. Assist Controller/CFO with Company cash management, preparation of cash flow projections as required and receivable collection efforts. Assist Controller/CFO with the risk management program of the Company including preparation of applications and information required for annual insurance program renewal. Participate in a wide variety of special projects and compile reports as needed. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or Business Administration preferred. Direct hands-on work experience will be considered and prefer at least ten (10) years related experience. Strong knowledge of GAAP, general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, construction job costing principals and payroll requirements. Viewpoint Vista experience is a plus.   Please send cover letter and resume to: Mary Ann Martinez, HR Manager mmartinez@dugganandmarcon.com
  • New York, Best in class, residential general contractor in Manhattan is seeking an energetic senior project accountant.  Position will work with the construction department and duties will include: Client billing on G702 Managing PO’s Verifying insurance requirements Paying subcontractors on a progress payment schedule Must be detail oriented, organized and willing to learn in a fast-paced environment SAGE 300 experience required. Construction Management accounting experience a plus.  Located on the Upper West Side, the company offers a collaborative work environment with very competitive salary and benefits package. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting is required.  Experience and additional education is a plus. 
  • Porltand, Oregon, SUMMARY The Controller will be responsible for timely and accurate preparation of financial reports and analysis on a weekly, monthly, and annual basis. Provides detailed financial reporting and analyst of current performance against company targets ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDES, BUT NOT LIMITED TO: Analyzes financial performance compared to budget, projections, and prior year Develops metrics and reporting of job costs, equipment costs to support project management staff Perform Ad-Hoc financial analysis to facilitate strategic and tactical decision making Support financial close by performing account analysis and reconciliations Prepare consolidating financial statements of main operating company, rental company, holding company Prepare Real Estate company financial statements Lead Annual CPA Review Assist with development of ERP modules and testing of ERP and other software upgrades/implementations Review and implement intercompany rental rates, vehicle allocations Back up Director of Finance on insurance and banking relationships Coordinate monthly Work in Process Schedule (WIP) A* DDITIONAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES* Complies with all CEI safety policies on all projects Understand and exercise all aspects of company process and procedures. This job requires skills in adaptability and acceptance of daily changes. QUALIFICATIONS Required: Advanced Excel Skills including demonstrated knowledge of Macros, Pivot Tables, and complex formulas Knowledge of SQL database infrastructure Experience with Crystal Reports, Access, Hyperion, or other query/report writing software Demonstrated ability of working with large quantities of data Solid demonstrated knowledge of US GAAP A* DDITIONAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES* Assist leadership and executive team with understanding of company financials Provide mentorship to project coordination staff on matters regarding accounting, AR, and ERP related issues Provide backup to Director of Finance Primary lead on any new software packages rolled out by the accounting team SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES Direct supervision of Accounts Payable staff, and staff accountant EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE Required: Degree in Finance, Accounting, or Management Information Systems from an accredited University or College Five or more years of Experience in private industry (or two or more years of public accounting) Preferred: CPA, CMA, GCMA, CCIFP, CFA or other recognized financial accreditation Experience in project cost environments (construction, manufacturing, professional services) Prior experience with ERP Implementations and upgrades Job Type: Full-time Pay: $120,000.00 - $135,000.00 per year Benefits: 401(k) 401(k) matching Dental insurance Disability insurance Employee assistance program Health insurance Life insurance Paid time off Vision insurance Schedule: Monday to Friday Please submit your salary requirements
  • Manheim , Pennsylvania, B.R. Kreider & Son, Inc. , Manheim, PA, founded in 1936 is a well-established, family owned and led, multifaceted company. B.R. Kreider serves the Central Pennsylvania region and beyond in excavating, paving, site management and a number of related specialty services. Since its inception, the guiding philosophy of B.R. Kreider is to “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Committed to laying the groundwork for lasting relationships, this values-driven organization is well-known for its exceptional care for employees and customers alike. With headquarters in Manheim and locations in Quarryville and Lebanon, PA, B.R. Kreider is growing in size and scope, and has developed a reputation throughout the region for its quality work and collaborative approach. This multi-award-winning organization is known for their integrity, prioritizing safety, stewardship of resources, and innovative solutions. B.R. Kreider is seeking a Controller to provide hands-on leadership to the accounting team. The ideal candidate will demonstrate and strengthen the values and mission of B.R. Kreider. The Controller will be responsible for bringing efficiencies, automation, and effective processes to the accounting operations of the company. The ability to empower people and build relationships both externally and internally are essential to the role. A successful Controller will employ a collaborative, business partnership approach to each department and will leverage the utilization of technology to drive companywide improvements and success. Controller position qualifications: A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, or related field A minimum of 5 years of successful experience in an accounting role A minimum of 2 years of experience providing leadership and oversight to others, preferred Proficiency with technology Excellent communication skills, both written & verbal CPA licensure is a plus, but not required Demonstrated community involvement, a plus Please provide cover letter and resume to our consultants: www.northgroupconsultants.com/jobs