Responsibilities include evaluating revenue recognition of specified divisions within the company, reviewing contracts and interpreting financial implications, applying construction/engineering accounting standards, and analyzing project cost reports including risks/contingencies/warranty. Attend monthly project-review meetings and provide recommendations on revenue recognition to project managers and division managers.
Responsible for assisting in client-initiated project audits, project-specific financial audits, and the annual financial audit for the company. Serve as the liaison for resolving all accounting related issues as it pertains to assigned contracts- (billing, collections, and accounts payable). Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance. Minimum 3 years experience in the accounting/financial management of contracts, preferably in the construction/engineering industry with exposure to construction accounting guidance including SOP 81-1.
Experience with Oracle and/or Primavera Expedition is preferred but not required. Must be a self motivator, detailed, well organized and have strong issue-resolution skills. Excellent oral and written communication skills required. CPA preferred but not required.
Burns & Mcdonnell