Project Accountant

US-Centennial
# of Openings
0
Category
Administrative/Clerical

Overview

BluSky Restoration Contractors provides commercial, industrial, governmental, and multi-family RESTORATION, RENOVATION, ENIVRONMENTAL, and ROOFING services across the continental US.  With an emphasis on large projects, we don’t build things, we restore and rebuild them.  Our engaged employees bring experience and teamwork to anyone who owns or manages property, provides property insurance, or manages property insurance claims.

 

Our employees are encouraged to think and act like owners, to execute, and to be accountable. Our Kick the Bucket Profit Sharing plan returns 8% of profits to our employees each time a specific revenue threshold is met.  We are intentional about creating a culture of recognition, and the BluSky senior leadership team really listens to what BluSky employees say.  As a 5 time honoree of the Best Companies to Work for in Colorado Award, we are thrilled that more than 95% of our employees say our Culture is Special!

Responsibilities

Accountabilities


 Billings
 Production reporting
 Job audits
 Job file documentation: restoration manager
 Subcontractor insurance
 Process documentation


The project accountant is a key member of the finance team who works closely with the sales and production teams to ensure that job files are documented accurately in support of accurate and timely billing. Playing the critical role in project documentation and workflow, the project accountant’s role supports two key functions: quality job documentation and sales team support. Project accountants work effectively across the enterprise and with external constituencies.

The project accountant owns file documentation from set-up to close. Working closely with lead in-take, the sales person, the project manager, and accounts receivable, they ensure a quality file product.
 Restoration Manager: Manage job file from lead to sale including work authorizations and budget worksheets
 QuickBooks: Obtain and input approved budget and schedule of values
 Indentify and document two entities/individuals for billing
 Receive, review and code invoices - job cost each invoice
 Input approved invoices into QuickBooks by the end of each week
 Record change orders
 Meet with project manager and estimator as needed for invoice approval owner billings processing
 Review and reconcile vendor statements
 Prepare lien releases to go out with subcontractor payments
 Track and obtain lien release from subcontractors after payment
 Assist in preparing “Per Diem” request forms for Project Managers approval
 Collect necessary back up to support billing
 Supports accounts receivable efforts as needed

 Owner contracts: obtain or verify that owner contracts are in each Estimator/Sales folder for each job
 Change forms: obtain or verify that all owner change forms and subcontractor change orders are in sales job folders

 

Qualifications

Previous experience in a Project Coordinator/Project Accountant position


 Experience in the construction industry is preferred
 Proficient experience with Microsoft Office products including Word and Excel

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