Financial (Construction) Controller
The duties of a financial controller revolve around ensuring that a business is operating effectively and efficiently. Financial controller duties are to manage accounting and monitor internal controls. Furthermore, the financial controller responsibilities include banking and finance activities, proper reporting and payment to all taxing authorities, insurance recommendations and related purchases and corporate documentation. Furthermore, controllers provide an array of information needed by business executives. A controller will also work directly with the management team to dynamically run the business. A financial controller reports to the executive management team. In conclusion, the ultimate responsibilities of financial controller are to deal with finance, accounting, production, marketing, personnel and operations to ensure that the business is profitable and there are proper internal controls.
Construction controllers work for general contractors or specialty contractors and typically perform the following:
1. Maintain all the necessary reporting to the banks and backup system reports
2. Maintain the company bank balance and remain cognizant of outstanding checks
3. Approve invoices that need to be paid
4. Read and review any documentation attached to checks for approval and accuracy sake
5. Follow up with new and existing customers for compliance
6. Make sure all financial statements and tables are correct and precise
7. Reconcile all bank statements and monthly financial reports
8. Prepare monthly sales and use tax returns
9. Prepare projections annually and update monthly with actual figures
10. The controller must coordinate with the auditors and be prepared to surrender documentation if called upon
11. Coordinate with the tax consultants to prepare any schedules required for tax returns.
12. Oversee financial operations including AP/AR, job cost accounting, payroll and cash flow management.
13. Work-In-Progress reporting & General Ledger.
14. Produce monthly financial statements.
15. Coordinate quarterly accounting reviews, annual audits and tax returns.
16. Maintain state registrations, business and tax licenses, etc.
Critical key competencies:
� Financial Presentation to Decision makers
� Performance Reporting
� Project/task follow-up
� Experience dealing with banks and financial partnering institutions
� Work with Senior Management to ensure financial directives are followed.
� Excellent written and verbal communication
� Strong knowledge of Excel required, experience
, United States
||02 Apr 2021
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