The Chief Financial Officer (“CFO”) has overall responsibility for the following Company functions: financial and operational accounting / management reporting, information systems, human resources, relationships with lending institutions, and insurance programs. This person is also responsible for directing administrative and legal activities for the Company, as well as coordinating annual independent audits.
The CFO will work closely with the President to develop a broad and thorough knowledge of the Company (i.e., strategy, operations, finances, and human resources).
Reports to: President
Direct Reports: Accounts Payable Manager
Other Key Internal Relationships: Purchasing Manager
Business unit managers
Key External Relationships: Accounting firm
Information systems support
Oversee and Direct the Company accounting functions including General Ledger, Accounts Receivables, Accounts Payable, Fixed Assets, and Job Costs.
Maintain compliance with accounting policies and internal control procedures.
Develop and implement new policies and procedures in response to changes in GAAP and company operations.
Prepare and Audit timely quarterly, and annual financial statements.
Manage payroll and related weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual taxes and returns prepared by Payroll / HR manager
Manage external audits including G/L liability, workers compensation, sales and use tax audits, the annual insurance renewal audit, and other on demand external audits
Manage the Annual Audit and Tax Returns Preparation in conjunction with the Company’s outside CPA.
Coordinate with the Company’s tax counsel and/or the Company’s public accounting firm, to ensure the company receives the most favorable tax treatment. Ensure the Company is in compliance with federal, state and local sales, payroll and income tax laws, and that applicable filings are made on time.
Conduct and prepare rigorous, systematic review to certify the effectiveness of the financial controls and reports accuracy.
Respond to complicated accounting matters and develop systems and solutions.
Direct the actions of assigned staff, assess ongoing needs, and recommend and conduct training.
Lead and Direct Special Projects as required to implement new ERP system modules, IT requirements and support, and strategic initiatives with support of IT manager.
Must have extensive knowledge and experience with Microsoft Excel (advanced level) and strong overall computer skills.
At least 5 years’ experience in Construction/Manufacturing accounting
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or an Associate degree in accounting plus 10 years accounting experience. Experience as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional (CCIFP) supervising staff is highly desirable.
Excellent organization skills. Requires a high level of attention to accuracy and details.
Ability to meet deadlines and remain positive under a demanding workload.
Experience working with Viewpoint Accounting Software is desired.
Ability to manage and protect confidential data, information and planning.
Exhibit a strong sense of urgency, initiative and exceptional analytical skills.
Please provide a Resume detailing a 10-year employment history, including previous positions, responsibilities and employment dates, and previous education and IT and computer software experience. All replies will be kept confidential.