At Griffith Company, we recognize that people are our most valuable resource. We nurture that resource by fostering a work environment that encourages communication, respect and recognition. In this environment, Griffith Company employees flourish, taking their careers to new levels. In addition to offering a 100-year history of quality, safety and excellence, Griffith Company also offers one of the industry’s most dedicated training programs. Ours is a dynamic, exciting and supportive culture, where opportunity for growth abounds.
2002 not only marks our Company’s 100th year in business. It also marks the year Griffith Company became 100% employee-owned. An ESOP Corporation, Griffith Company encourages pride of ownership in every employee. Valued for their individual contributions and talents, each employee plays a crucial role in the continued success of our company. And as Griffith Company continues to grow, so do our employees. No wonder Griffith Company employees are among the industry’s most loyal.
Griffith Company is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, or national origin.
We are continuously interested in retaining the skills and talents of motivated people for various positions. We offer competitive compensation and benefits package. Griffith Company and each affiliate is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer committed to workforce diversity.
At Griffith Company, we recognize that people are our most valuable resource. We nurture that resource by fostering a work environment that encourages communication, respect and recognition. In this environment, Griffith Company employees flourish, taking their careers to new levels. In addition to offering a 110+ year history of quality, safety and excellence, Griffith Company also offers a dynamic, exciting and supportive culture, where opportunity for growth abounds.
The Interim Corporate Controller will be responsible for direct and indirect supervision of all accounting and financial functions including but not limited to: internal and external financial reporting, job cost accounting and analysis, financial planning & reporting, treasury management, tax and audit support, and process improvement projects. This position will report directly to the Chief Financial Officer. The Interim Corporate Controller role is expected to be on a temporary basis through the end of 2018, and has the potential to become permanent at that point.
Supervise staff 3 direct reports, 3 indirect reports, 1 dotted line report of Payroll/Labor Compliance and 3 dotted line reports of Lead Project Accountants.
Review and approve staff accounting prepared journal entries for the monthly closing process
Review and approve general ledger account reconciliation schedules.
Review and approve monthly bank reconciliations for Depository, Disbursement and Union PR accounts. In addition, prepare bank reconciliations for Non-Union and Executive PR Accounts.
Oversee monthly accounting close process including analytical review of operating results
Prepare quarterly financial statements and related footnotes.
Prepare monthly Borrowing Base exhibit and quarterly Covenant Compliance Certificate.
Prepare quarterly analysis of Under/(Over) Billings and Quarter to Quarter Profit Fade for the Audit Committee review.
Oversee treasury functions including but not limited to daily/weekly cash reporting, bank transfers, wire transfers and check disbursement management.
Oversee the vendor insurance review process.
Develop Burden Rate breakdown annually.
Provide assistance to Project Managers to develop Labor Rates for T&M projects or Change Order pricing.
Provide Assistance for OCIP Enrollment and insurance premium cost justification.
Work with insurance broker for annual insurance policy renewal.
Coordinate Annual Budgeting Process.
Implement, document and maintain adequate and effective internal controls.
Oversee the preparation of state and local tax returns including but not limited to: California Sales Tax, 571-L Property Tax returns and the City of LA Business Tax Renewals.
Coordinate audits including but not limited to: Year End Financial Audit, 401K/ESOP audit, 571-L Property Tax, California Sales Tax, and GL/WC Insurance Volume Audit.
SPECIFIC JOB KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITY
The individual must possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities and be able to explain and demonstrate that he or she can perform the essential functions of the job.
Minimum of 5 years managing accountants and the accounting and finance process
Minimum of 3 years Job Costing experience
Minimum of 3 years Percent of Completion Method Accounting experience
Must be considered an advanced Excel user
Must understand Contract Compliance including but not limited to: lien releases, joint checks, labor compliance, insurance requirements
Experience in both the private and public accounting sectors is preferred but not required
CCIFP Certification is preferred but not required
ESOP experience preferred but not required
Leadership, coaching, and employee development
Fosters team building
Conflict resolution/problem solving
Bachelors and/or Masters Degree in Business with an emphasis in Accounting.
Most time spent in an indoor office environment
Sitting at a desk for prolonged periods of time
Occasional lifting of files and boxes up to 20 lbs
Pushing/pulling of file cabinets
Extended visual use of a computer screen
Relocation assistance will be provided to candidates outside of the local area on a case-by-case basis.
Visit us at: www.griffithcompany.net
We are an equal opportunity employer and employee-owned company.