POSITION PURPOSE: The Construction Analyst is responsible for tracking all job cost & billings for the construction division & the FF&E division. They would also be responsible for assembling the draws for funding and closing the books each month, including completing the work-in-process schedule:
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
- Strong financial and analytical acumen
- Ability to exercise sound judgment relative to problem solving matters
- Proficient computer skills including Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word and PC based General Ledger software packages
- Good problem solving and general ledger reconciliation skills
- Ability to work with minimal supervision in a fast paced environment
- Solid verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to perform multiple tasks simultaneously with high degree of accuracy
- Ability to maintain strict confidentiality
- Impeccable organizational and time management skills
- Deep understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
- Profit and Loss Statement and Balance Sheet Preparation and Analysis
- Balance Sheet account reconciliation
- Revenue Auditing and reconciliation
- Preparing recurring and adjusting journal entries
- Daily and monthly cash flow forecasting
- Daily income Journal posting
- Internal control analysis -- recording and reconciling intercompany transactions
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
- B.S. degree in Accounting (Preferred)
- Minimum of two (2) years staff accounting experience
- Two (2) to four (4) years of general accounting experience, preferably in the construction industry
Commitment to Task: Demonstrates dependability and shows a sense of urgency about getting results; willing to commit the hours it takes to get the job completed; takes responsibility for actions and achieves results; overcomes obstacles.
Communication Skills: Presents ideas, concepts, and information effectively and clearly through the spoken word; actively listens; communicates comfortably with various audiences; responds effectively to questions.
Flexibility: Adapts and changes course of action when appropriate; effectively transitions from task to task; deals well with unresolved situations, frequent change, delays, or unexpected events; maintains objectives amidst shifting priorities.
Initiative: Takes action proactively; addresses issues or opportunities without supervision; focuses on desired results and accomplishments; demonstrates clear purpose, enthusiasm, and a "can-do" attitude.
Managing Execution: Manages multiple projects and effectively prioritizes tasks, responsibilities, and goals; uses goals to guide actions and creates detailed action plans; organizes and schedules people and tasks; utilizes resources effectively to meet goals.
Teamwork: Works cooperatively with others to accomplish business goals and objectives; asks others for their ideas and opinions; supports team's decisions; contributes to the team's efforts.