6333 Project Accounting Manager – Los Angeles

Multi-disciplined real estate development, investment and operation company based in Los Angeles, CA. The company owns and develops residential, commercial, resort and hospitality projects throughout the country.

General Job Description:

The Controller will report directly to the Chief Financial Officer and will be an integral team member overseeing the project development accounting for a significant mixed-use project consisting of a hotel, condo, and retail uses.

Responsibilities –

Manage day-to-day accounting procedures for the project including sales, cost of sales, loan draws, journal entries, month-end & year-end close, bank reconciliations, cash controls, and year-end audit.

Prepare monthly/quarterly/annual financial statements. Ensure loan draws are supported by appropriate documentation, including lien waivers.

Loan reconciliation for interest and principal payments, lender reserves and impounds, and record reserve distributions.

Posting and processing of all fees.

Post and reconcile all intercompany transactions (fees, reimbursements, etc.).

Work with the construction department on contracts, budgets, and payment issues.

Update project budget for revisions.

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in accounting. 3+ years of commercial real estate accounting experience.

CPA is nice but not mandatory. Proficiency with general ledger, month-end closing, and preparing financial statements.

Experience preparing loan draws and working with lenders.

Must have strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to interact with all levels of the organization.

Excellent MS Excel skills.

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