Controller, South Bay Area, Southern California

Growing company seeks Controller to manage accounting, financial planning & analysis. Producing/overseeing financial statements, forecasting the company’s financial health, and designing/implementing policies and procedures for financial reporting.

The position will also require handling the day‐to‐day accounting and bookkeeping responsibilities of a dynamic entrepreneurial real estate development and investment management organization. Process accounts payable (bi-weekly) via the Bill Pay system.

Responsibilities

Maintain/organize inbound invoices for bi-weekly payment approval.

Process manual checks as needed for items requiring immediate payment. Process intercompany transfers as needed.

Maintain accurate bank registers for all project and fund accounts.

Ensure all accounting practices comply with GAAP. Prepare monthly company-wide cash flow report.

Create construction loan draw entries within QuickBooks. Confirm and initiate wire payments to General Contractors.

Perform bank reconciliations for all project and fund accounts. Prepare and update consolidated and project-level financial reports for a quarterly investor presentation.

Prepare consolidated balance sheet. Provide ad hoc financial reports/forecasts for firm leadership.

Confirm and initiate wire payments for distributions.

Assist with financial underwriting for new acquisitions.

Confirm and initiate wire payments to escrow for acquisitions and related extension deposits. Create closing entries for asset dispositions.

Assist third-party service providers with financial statements needed for the preparation of state and federal tax filings.

Must-haves –

Bachelor’s degree is required, preferably in Accounting, Finance, or related field(s).

5-10 years of experience working for a commercial real estate investment or development firm.

CPA is strongly preferred. Job cost accounting experience/exposure.

Strong experience with Yardi and an advanced level of proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, and QuickBooks.

Please fill out the contact form below or contact us at +1 (949) 955-1455.
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