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Controller

Ref #: 107
Location: Sacramento
Salary: 100,000 - 125,000
Type: Direct Hire
CONTROLLER

The Controller is responsible for all areas relating to financial reporting. Primary responsibilities include supervision of the monthly close process, monthly, quarterly and annual financial statements, collection and accuracy of accounts receivable, supervising accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll, assist with annual preparation of budgets, assist in the preparation of quarterly tax projections and annual tax return preparation. The Controller will also be part of a team that creates and implements policies and procedures to identify, resolve and document accounting issues in addition to creating procedures to make the close and reporting processes more efficient and accurate.

RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES


Coordinate the preparation of annual tax returns and annual financial statement audits
Prepare and analyze budgets, forecasts, and cash flow projections
Prepare and analyze financial statement including balance sheet and profile/loss statement
Manage bank reporting, including day to day management of cash accounts
Perform monthly/yearly closing procedures, including appropriate asset and accrual journal entries and account reconciliations
Oversee full cycle Accounts Payable and full cycle Accounts Receivable functions
Perform bank and cash reconciliations
Coordinate the preparation of annual tax returns and annual financial statement audits
Provides administration for employee health insurance and company’s 401k plan


MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS


Bachelor’s Degree, with concentration in Accounting
5+ years Construction accounting experience
Experience with Sage 300 highly preferred


SKILLS/ABILITIES


Strong interpersonal, supervisory and customer service skills required
Ability to multi-task, work under pressure and meet deadlines required
Strong verbal and written communication skills

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