Controller

Job #2014

Industry: Construction

Location: San Fernando Valley

Salary: $175-200K + Bonus

Summary:

In this role, you will work closely with the Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Controller, as well as many high-level operational stakeholders.

Responsibilities: 

  • Oversee the preparation of quarterly & annual financial statements including footnote disclosures in full compliance with GAAP

  • Assume primary responsibility for the preparation of construction revenue recognition workpapers used for financial reporting

  • Monitor & implement GAAP changes & requirements (revenue recognition, lease accounting, VIEs, etc.) in coordination with the Corporate Controller & CFO

  • Oversee external financial statement, contract, insurance and sales tax audits

  • In conjunction with the Accounting Management team, oversee day-to-day accounting operations and supervise team members

  • Assist the Corporate Controller and CFO in building a high performing accounting organization, quickly assessing key team members and critical talent gaps

  • Participate as a key leader in the monthly and annual close process

  • Participate, as needed, in performing projections and analyses

  • Collaborate with senior management and other departmental leaders to ensure the smooth functioning of company operations

  • Develop a full understanding of the company’s ERP system, its security maintenance and how other systems integrate with the ERP

  • Participate, as needed, with implementing unused features of the ERP system

  • Participate, as needed, with the evaluation and integration of other software impacting the ERP or the Accounting department

 

Requirements:

  • CPA Required - Large Regional CPA Firm experience preferred  

  • Must possess the following:

    • ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously;

    • design & interpret financial analyses to provide meaningful & usable information;

    • research, absorb & apply new financial concepts;

    • interpret & apply GAAP to real world situations so as to produce high quality GAAP financial statements and the ability to explain complex financial concepts to both executives and staff in an understandable manner