Bookkeeper / Accountant with Construction Exp (Downtown Phoenix)
Professional bookkeeping and payroll company seeks full time full charge bookkeeper/accountant with construction experience. Will work with clients to prepare financial statements, prepare and remit multi state sales tax, enter accounts payable, accounts receivable, process payroll, enter debit card charges, manage source documents (scan and file with scansnap). You will communicate with the client each week about the progress of their file and be their key contact.
This is a demanding position that requires handling many clients files. You must be able to switch from project to project while maintaining speed and accuracy. This also requires incredible tact, poise and skillful communication; especially when engaging with our clients about their confidential and urgent financial matters.
Skills / Requirements
Must have current Quickbooks experience- Quickbooks Pro Advisor? If so, you will be put at the top of our list.
Detail-oriented, able to multi-task, self-motivated- Be able to handle 20 clients in different industries.
Tons of Data Entry- Daily entries into client files
Sales Tax in multiple cities and states
Project cash flow requirements and yearly budgets.
Construction Cost analysis
MS Office, Google Email, Google Calendar and ability to learn new software easily/quickly
A/R, A/P, General Ledger, journal entries and bank & credit card reconciliations
GAAP, Basic accounting principles a must
Be a mentor to our clients- be able to give direction and back up recommendations with sources
Weekly and Monthly Reports- Be able to work directly with clients to resolve outstanding issues
Financial Reports- Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss
Managerial Accounting- Help our clients understand how to be more profitable with the data in their file
Work Directly with CPA at end of year for tax preparation
Payroll using Quickbooks
Quickbooks Skills Check
Accounting Skills Check
Bachelors Degree Preferred
CAN BE FULL TIME after we determine we are a great fit.
Skills: management, analysis