Senior Controller

JOB
Summary:
A financially strong and growing $80 million business in the transportation industry is looking for a senior controller. The senior controller will supervise all aspects of the business unit accounting department and be directly responsible for business unit reports. The senior controller will review and assist with financial reporting to the senior management team. A successful candidate will have demonstrated leadership in managing a team, a strong accounting background, and experience implementing improvement projects.
DUTIES AND Responsibilities:
1. Responsible for financial reporting, analysis and consultant to business unit
2. Lead the accounting department.
3. Responsible for the preparation of monthly financial statement package including balance sheet, income statement, cash flow statement, and work in process. Prepare divisional reports including budget reports. Interface with and assist management including partners in collection and interpretation of financial results
4. Lead preparation of all required analyses for annual audit. Coordinate audit activities with outside auditing firm. Prepare schedules as required for tax return preparation.
5. Prepare all monthly/quarterly/annual reports for bonding company and bank, as well as any special analyses they may require.
6. Prepare monthly depreciation schedules and annual Business Personal Property Tax renditions.
7. Closely monitor cash position, accounts receivable/payable, and other pertinent data and advise management accordingly.
8. Develop working relationships with auditors, insurance providers, bank, and bonding company.
9. Assess potential acquisitions for strategic, financial and cultural fit
10. Perform other duties /as appropriate.
EXPERIENCE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS:
o A minimum of ten years of accounting experience
o Accounting degree required
o Previous work with Big 4
o CPA certification required
o Strong communication and organization skills
o Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
o Great Plains and McLeod experience a plus

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