Senior Accountant

Location: Washington DC Region
Category: Finance & Accounting
Employment Type: Direct Hire
Contact: fad.dc@hirestrategy.com

Our client, a high-growth construction firm located near Gaithersburg, MD is looking for a Senior Accountant. The position will be responsible for job costing and the general ledger. The Senior Accountant will work closely with the Controller, a great mentor, and project managers. Position is on their corporate accounting team and will have a path for immediate growth.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Job cost accounting
  • Process journal entries.
  • Prepare monthly balance sheet reconciliations.
  • Monthly WIP schedule preparation and upkeep.
  • Analysis of budget vs actual job costs
  • Monthly financial reporting and analysis to include Balance Sheet, Income Statement
  • Weekly review of A/P invoices and coding to proper cost codes and confirming the proper approval has been received
  • Perform bank reconciliations and other banking related duties.
  • Support ongoing corporate accounting projects.
  • Assist in preparing information and reports for external auditors.


Qualifications:

  • Bachelor' degree in Accounting, Business Management, or Project Management.
  • Must have a minimum of 4 years of project accounting experience; preferably in construction industry.
  • Experience with Sage or Timberline software
  • Microsoft Office proficiency with Microsoft Excel for financial purposes.


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