San Francisco, California, MWH Constructors (“MWHC”), a global leader in heavy civil construction of water and wastewater facilities, is currently seeking a Director of Finance to oversee a large Joint Venture (“JV”) located in San Francisco, California.
MWH Constructors is a global project delivery company with a focus on water and wastewater infrastructure. With the ultimate goal of delivering maximum value to clients and their local communities, MWH Constructors provides single-source, integrated design and construction services and a full range of project delivery methods. Incorporating industry-leading preconstruction services and safety practices, the Company’s multi-disciplined team of engineering and construction professionals delivers a wide range of projects, including new facilities, infrastructure improvement and expansion, and capital construction services.
Responsible for overseeing accounting and reporting functions of the Joint Venture. Includes GL, AP, AR, Job Cost. Ensure compliance with contractual documents, including Community Benefits Program, and US GAAP.
Recommend and implement policies and procedures for improvements in internal control relating to financial and business practices of the Joint Venture.
Prepare required monthly internal and external financial reports, including monthly WIP schedule, in line with segment reporting expectations and Owner requirements.
Report out the monthly financial results of the JV to the JV Executive Steering Group, Management Committee, MWHC and JV Partner’s Home Office and Accounting Department(s).
Review weekly/monthly cost reports. Ensure proper Job Cost reporting of transactions in line with budgets and forecasts of the JV.
Work with the Home Offices of Joint Venture partners, third party auditors and tax accountants to ensure timely reporting, quality of data and effectiveness of internal control systems.
Work with JV team members and assist with monthly, qu
Oakland, California, We currently have an exciting, career opportunity for an OCIP Administrator based out of our Oakland, CA office. The OCIP Administrator will process new cases and service existing accounts, provide service to the field, specifically conduct meetings, open enrollments, etc.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:
Assist AM/AE with required service reports (i.e. New Business Reports, Cancellation Reports and Change Reports).
Assist AM/AE as required, including collection of data for marketing cases and communication of potential sales opportunities.
Assist the AM/AE on potential sales leads.
Develop and deliver service presentations to assist the AM/AE with prospect sales.
Assist the AM/AE with the marketing of existing insurance programs of assigned accounts utilizing BenefitPoint and the marketing procedures.
Implement/process new cases and service existing accounts.
Proof booklets, Summary Benefits of Coverage, and master contracts.
Establish and maintain client relationships by providing customer visits according to priorities established within assigned territory.
Ensure timely, accurate and efficient service to customers.
Possesses thorough knowledge of accounts in assigned territory.
Assist Service Coordinators in routine and complex claim, billing, and eligibility issues.
Process renewals – coordinate with Account Manager in obtaining renewal information and preparing renewal letters.
Review School Pool Renewal binder for accuracy and report any discrepancies to BUAD.
Review Premium and Claims reports; word with the AM/AE to provide reports to the client.
Present information as requested by client; for example, benefit committee meetings and JPA meetings if the AM/AE are not available.
Attend and participate in open enrollment, health fairs, and employee orientation meetings.
Prepare required Sales and Service reports.
Exhibit excellent communication skills with clients, car
Idaho Falls, Idaho,
Seeking a highly motivated self-starter ready to advance their career with a market leader who values ingenuity, accuracy, dedication and teamwork. Our company pursues continuous improvement in every aspect of our business, and employs leading edge process control and ERP systems in our production facilities and business office. If you are a high performer and enjoy working in a fast paced, challenging environment where your contributions are valued and rewarded, we invite your application.
Functional Job Responsibilities
Manage the Company day to day accounting functions including General Ledger, Accounts Receivables, Accounts Payable, Fixed Assets, and Job Costs.
Manage Payroll and related weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual taxes and returns.
Audit and verify customer and Company Credit Card usage.
Perform general ledger and bank account entries, reconciliations and analyses.
Maintain accurate and timely Cash Flows, Controls and Forecasting.
Complete sales/use tax, mileage tax, property tax, and W/C reports.
Prepare monthly, quarterly, and annual Inventory and Manufacturing Costs Reports.
Participate in the annual property and liability insurance renewal process.
Complete month end and year end closing processes.
Complete the annual cost and coverage analysis of employee insurance and benefits.
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.
Prepare and audit timely monthly, quarterly, and annual financial statements.
Prepare financial analysis and reports in response to internal examinations and queries.
Develop and implement new policies and procedures in response to changes in GAAP and company operations.
Complete the Annual Review and Tax Returns in conjunction with the Company’s outside CPA.
Maintain compliance with accounting policies and internal control proce
OAKLEY, California, The Role:
This role is an exciting opportunity to join Foundation Constructors, Inc., a highly respected, employee-owned heavy civil construction company, based in Oakley, California. A company which recognizes that their biggest asset is employee talent. This is a chance to join a company that loves to play in dirt with a sense of responsibility, and a passion for innovation and quality.
This position reports to and collaborates with the CFO. It is a hands-on, roll-up-your-sleeves position that manages all aspects of accounting and internal control, with the preparation of financial reports, including balance sheets, income and cashflow statements. This is a great opportunity to shape the small accounting team to be responsive to the needs and challenges required to scale for growth.
The ideal candidate has formal accounting education including a CPA, possesses several years of construction accounting experience using Viewpoint Spectrum, has a professional, self-motivated, positive attitude, can perform with minimal supervision, and loves a challenge. The individual has the desire and capacity to grow with the company, and embraces the opportunity.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Lead, manage, mentor and develop accounting staff including establishing goals and objectives, and proactively addressing employee related issues.
Significantly improve the timeliness and accuracy of accounting close.
Manage and participate, in a hands-on fashion, in all day-to-day accounting operations including Billing, A/R, A/P, GL, Inventory and Fixed Asset Accounting, Revenue Recognition, ESOP Plan and Stock Accounting, and Job Cost Accounting.
Responsible for the preparation and approval of all journal entries, as well as G/L account, Bank and Credit Card reconciliations.
Research technical accounting issues for compliance purposes.
Monthly review and reconciliation of job cost activity ensuring consistent and proper pr
Madison, Wisconsin, Findorff is one of Midwest's most trusted builders, but we are more than just a construction company. We are team players, thought leaders, strategists, innovators, and community partners. Each role we take on motivates us to build quality environments that set our clients up for success now, and well into the future.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Controller at our Madison, WI office. As the Controller, you will be a valued partner and trusted advisor to the CFO and senior leadership
Manheim, Pennsylvania, B.R. Kreider & Son, Inc. , Manheim, PA, founded in 1936 is a well-established, family owned and led, multifaceted company. B.R. Kreider serves the Central Pennsylvania region and beyond in excavating, paving, site management and a number of related specialty services. Since its inception, the guiding philosophy of B.R. Kreider is to “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Along with the overall mission of the B.R. Kreider family – to “bless others as we have been blessed” – the organization strives to continue the principles on which it was founded. Committed to laying the groundwork for lasting relationships, this values-driven organization is well-known for its exceptional care for employees and customers alike. With headquarters in Manheim and a second location in Quarryville, PA, BR Kreider is growing in size and scope, and has a track record for developing people within the organization.