Job Description
We are currently looking for an organized professional as a Controller who will be responsible for managing accounts receivable and payable, assembling accurate job costing reports, complete monthly closings, preparation of financial statements, and account reconciliation. The position will be located in Kaysville and report directly to the President of the organization. The ideal candidate will have prior job costing experience in the construction industry.
â ¢ Reconcile, validate, and analyze accounts
â ¢ Handle the bi-weekly payroll, break out payroll hours by jobs and produce job costing reports.
â ¢ Manage and forecast the cash flows.
â ¢ Post monthly closing entries
â ¢ Prepare company financial statements
â ¢ Special reports for management as needed
â ¢ Identifies and resolves problems and inconsistencies, determining appropriate corrective procedures in a timely manner
â ¢ Develops and implements cost saving measures
â ¢ Preparation of tax and accounting schedules for quarterly CPA Review
â ¢ Work with external CPA to prepare financial statements and tax returns.
â ¢ Provide training and support to other department staff members
â ¢ BA in Accounting preferred; 1-3 years previous related financial accounting experience
â ¢ High School Diploma with minimum 5 years previous related financial accounting experience
â ¢ Working knowledge of all functions associated with payables, receivables, payroll, and general ledger
â ¢ Prior job costing experience
â ¢ Able to work in a fast pace environment and to meet deadlines
â ¢ A demonstrated ability to work independently with minimal supervision
â ¢ Proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word and QuickBooks
â ¢ Willing to pitch in and help others in the department when necessary to meet critical deadlines
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Additional Information
Please email Resume (Cover Letter) to: contact@pdutah.com

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