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  • Human Resources
  • Property Management
  • Real Estate

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  • HR & Payroll/Benefits Administrator
    posting #: 1540

    Human Resources and Payroll/Benefits Administrator

    Woodinville, WA

     

    Our client, a manufacturer of advanced silicon-carbon technology for lithium-silicon batteries is looking for an HR and Payroll/Benefits Administrator to join their growing team. They have been officially founded in 2015 with ties back to 2003, and this is an exciting time for our client as they recently received 400 million in financing and are growing.

    The HR and Payroll/Benefits Administrator is responsible for HR administration, processing company payroll, onboarding/new hire orientation, offboarding, benefits administration, and other duties as necessary to ensure maximum effectiveness of the Human Resources function.

    The company has great benefits, supports sustainability, is employee-focused and believes in integrity and transparency. They are looking for a driven and detailed self-starter who is a strong communicator and collaborator. If you have excellent prioritization and organizational skills and would love to be a part of a company that serves the global transition to an all-electric future, this could be the role for you!

    Responsibilities:

    • Process company payroll using ADP Workforce Now
    • Administer employee benefits (medical, dental, etc.), as well as leave of absence (FMLA, disability, etc.) and absences/attendance administration
    • Manage and process employee 401(k) contributions from bi-weekly payroll
    • Coordinate and manage annual open enrollment
    • Assist with organizing, and maintaining employee HR records via HRIS (BambooHR)
    • Support employees with any human resources administrative needs
    • Plan onboarding strategies and perform new employees’ orientation
    • Ensure legal compliance by monitoring and implementing applicable human resource federal and state requirements
    • EEO compliance, ACA, and other regulatory compliance reporting
    • Participate in a wide variety of other ad hoc human resources and organizational projects as required

    Qualifications:

    • 3+ years payroll processing (preference for ADP experience)
    • 3+ years of experience working in the human resources field
    • 2+ years of experience managing compensation and benefits programs
    • High level of customer service skills
    • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
    • Capacity to apply discretion and maintain a high level of confidentiality when handling sensitive information
    • Demonstrated proficiency with HRIS (experience with BambooHR a plus)

     

    www.nwrecruitingpartners.com

  • Payroll Specialist
    posting #: 1533

    Payroll Specialist – Construction Industry

    Seattle, WA

     

    A leading commercial general contractor is looking for a Payroll Specialist to support the Payroll Manager and provide internal customer service to all employees regarding pay, benefits, taxes, etc. This company is highly regarded for their innovative and collaborative culture. This role is an opportunity to be an integral part of the organization, answering internal employee questions in addition to developing financial reports and tracking time and attendance.

     

    Payroll Specialist Responsibilities:

    • Perform daily payroll department operations.
    • Manage workflow to ensure that payroll transactions are processed accurately and timely.
    • Reconcile payroll prior to transmission and validate confirmed reports.
    • Understand proper taxation of employer paid benefits.
    • Process correct garnishment calculations and compliance.
    • Execute Time & Attendance processing and interface with payroll.
    • Develop ad hoc financial and operational reporting, as needed.
    • Process manual check and relocation metrics.
    • Updated and reconcile monthly bank statements.
    • Process employee verification of employment request.
    • Distributes checks on site employees.
    • Assist employees in registering for or resetting access to online pay stubs.
    • Process certified payroll reports.
    • Provide customer service to employees and answer various questions.

     

    Payroll Specialist Qualifications:

    • At least 3 years of Payroll/Accounting experience.
    • Bachelor’s degree, OR related years of experience.
    • Construction experience preferred.
    • Must have experience working with unions. Knowledge of state (multi-state preferred) and union overtime rules etc.
    • SAGE experience a plus.
    • Must be able to work under tight deadlines.
    • Should be able to deal with difficult, sensitive, and confidential issues.
    • Must have good customer services and overall understanding of accounting, exposure to management reporting systems.
    • Excellent organization skills, time management and prioritization abilities.
    • Strong knowledge of federal and state regulations.
    • Strong decision-making, problem-solving, and analytical skills.
  • Accounts Payable / Compliance Specialist
    posting #: 1520

    Accounts Payable / Compliance Specialist - Construction

    Redmond, WA

     

    Our client, a local general contractor with strong reputation for providing solutions with value in commercial real estate, has an opportunity for an Accounts Payable and Contract Compliance Specialist. This role will work closely with the construction project team, and various other departments to ensure accurate and consistent reporting of financial transactions.

    The ideal candidate would be someone who has exceptional attention to detail, with solid communication skills and should have at least 2 years of experience in the accounting field (construction experience and a degree in accounting is a plus).

    Accounts Payable / Compliance Specialist Responsibilities:

    • Accounts Payable
      • Enter, code, route all invoices.
      • Reconcile monthly statements from vendors.
      • Maintain vendor set-up information
      • Request W-9, ACH Payment, new vendor set-up information.
      • Process annual 1099’s.
    • Subcontractors (Accounts Payable)
      • Upload Subcontracts and related change orders into Sage Paperless for document matching.
      • Reconcile monthly Payment Applications (Invoices) from Subcontractors by job / enter, code, & route.
      • Review compliance for each subcontractor as part of monthly Pay Application (Invoice) processing.
      • Track Lien Releases from subcontractors / suppliers
      • Subcontractor close-out at job completion including final subcontract reconciliation, retention release, and obtaining final Unconditional Lien Release.
    • Job Set-up
      • Set-up project in Procore.
      • Add Vendors / Customers / Contacts to Procore project directory.
      • Import approved Job Budget into Procore.
      • Work with Project Managers/Subcontracts obtaining missing information.
    • Compliance – Ongoing
      • Review all subcontracts for expiring Certificates of Insurance and follow-up with vendor.
      • Enter updated COI information into Procore by project.

    Accounts Payable / Compliance Specialist Qualifications:

    • The candidate should possess 1-3 years in the field of accounting (construction accounting is a plus).
    • High school diploma or equivalent, AA or BA in accounting preferred.
    • Exceptional attention to detail and accuracy required.
    • Solid communication skills, a strong work ethic, and refined interpersonal skills.
    • Ability to work independently while managing multiple demands in a timely manner in a fast-paced environment with plenty of autonomy.
    • Proficiency in MS Excel, MS Word, and general ledger accounting software required. Experience with Sage 100 and/or Procore is a plus.
  • Accounts Payable Specialist - Construction
    posting #: 1521

    Accounts Payable Specialist - Construction

    Seattle, WA

    A leading commercial general contractor is looking for an Accounts Payable Specialist to add to their team. This company is highly regarded for their innovative and collaborative culture. As the Accounts Payable Specialist you will be processing invoices, payments, credit card transactions, and employee expenses.

    The company has a strong reputation and their ongoing success provides the opportunity for talented individuals to grow in their career. You will enjoy working in a casual fast-paced work environment, function as a team player and a self-starter, motivated for success.

     

    Accounts Payable Specialist Responsibilities:

    • Focus is on all aspects of accounts payable and accounting support.
    • Process timely and accurate entry of invoices and payments.
    • Process revolving credit card transactions and maintain supporting documentation.
    • Process employee expense reports and check requests.
    • Administration of invoices, vouchers, disbursements, expense vouchers, and receipts.
    • Processing and administration of intercompany transactions.
    • Posting and verifying details of funds received and funds disbursed on behalf of the company, ensuring they are entered into the company database and maintained as active records.
    • Process general ledger and job cost entries and adjustments.
    • Ensure that recurring entries are processed, adjusted, or terminated at appropriate trigger points.

    Accounts Payable Specialist Qualifications:

    • 1 – 2 years’ previous AP experience
    • Strong Accounts Payable experience as well as basic accounting knowledge.
    • Construction industry experience is preferred.
    • Strong organization and communication skills, customer service, and results orientation.
    • Ability to work as a cooperative and collaborative member of a professional team.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook required.
    • Previous exposure to /proficiency in Timberline preferred.
    • Ability to handle a fast-paced environment while maintaining accuracy.
  • Human Resources Coordinator
    posting #: 1519

    Human Resources Coordinator

    San Francisco, CA (this is an in-office role)

     

    Our client, a leading commercial general contractor is looking for an HR Coordinator to assist with and facilitate the HR process in all regions. This role will also provide administrative support to various departments as needed. It is an opportunity to be an integral part of the organization, answering internal employee questions in addition to partnering with the HR and Leadership team and building your HR career.

    Our client is consistently recognized as the best workplace and is highly regarded for its innovative and collaborative culture. If you are looking to be a part of an open, supportive team and receive exciting challenges that promote personal and professional growth then this may be the role for you!


    HR Coordinator Responsibilities:

    Recruitment

    • Assist in the recruiting process by posting jobs, reviewing resumes, entering resumes and candidate feedback into the HRIS, conducting phone and/or in-person interviews, and coordinating interviews with the hiring manager.
    • Conduct reference checks, run DMV checks, and project-specific background checks, as requested.
    • Coordinate the new hire onboarding process.
    • Process, audit, and maintain new hire paperwork and files.
    • Maintain and update recruiting logs for all regions and report them to the leadership team.

    Training & Development

    • Partner with Leadership regarding employee training needs.
    • Organize or source training programs to meet specific training needs.
    • Assist in tracking company training, safety certifications, and meeting participation.
    • Inform employees about training options and enroll them in 3rd party training as needed.
    • Handle logistics for training activities including venues and equipment.

    Benefits, Customer Service, and Administration

    • Enroll new employees in company benefits plans.
    • Perform customer service functions by answering employee requests and questions.
    • Provide backup administrative support and assist in clerical functions.

     

     

    HR Coordinator Qualifications:

    • Must have at least one year of experience in an HR-related role in a professional office environment.
    • Able to take initiative and has excellent problem solving and communication skills.
    • Ability to build rapport, work as a team and provide excellent customer service.
    • Must be proficient in MS Office Suite, specifically Outlook, Excel, and Word.
    • HRIS experience preferred. Experience with LMS and ATS is a plus.
    • HR Certification (PHR or SHRM-CP) is a plus.
    • A bachelor's degree in Human Resources Management or a related field is preferred.
    • Experience in and knowledge of the construction or related industries is a plus.
    • Knowledge of learning theory and principles is a plus.

     

    www.nwrecruitingpartners.com

     

     

     

  • Buyer
    posting #: 1514

    Buyer

    Seattle, WA (Temporarily Remote)

    Contract Length: 5 months (possibility of extension/conversion)

    Pay: $25.00-30.00/ hour (DOE)

    Our client, a large beverage retailer, is looking for a Buyer to join their Direct Sourcing team. This position contributes to the company’s success by providing routine support to develop a diverse-owned supply base that elevates the company experience through a balance of relationship sourcing and supply chain excellence. Applicants should have a background & be familiar with sourcing procurement principles, concepts, goals and objectives, as well as customer service and administrative support.

    Buyer Responsibilities:

    • Executes tactical purchasing plans in global manufacturing, distribution channels, markets, and business units.
    • Supports core food business.
    • Develops new product innovation.
    • Contract support – helping system managers with organization and analysis.
    • Help the suppliers to under how the launch is successful.
    • Setting up meetings.
    • Financial modeling for pricing reviews
    • Support ethical auditing on manufacturing sites

    Buyer Qualifications:

    • 2-3 years of sourcing background/ direct food sourcing.
    • Experience in Financial Analysis and cross functional collaboration.
    • Experience in broader supply chain (planning or transportation).
    • Bachelor’s degree in business or equivalent experience

    www.seattlefinancial.com

     


  • Transaction Coordinator - Real Estate
    posting #: 1500

    Transaction Coordinator – Real Estate

    Bellevue, WA

    Our client, a real estate development and private lending firm, is on the search for a Transaction Coordinator to support their Real Estate Acquisitions and Development team. The company develops their own commercial properties, lends money to builders and developers, and also has a mortgage brokerage arm. They are one of the top-performing funds in the U.S. and have purchased $100M in real estate in the past 4 years.

    This role will facilitate the project progression from inception to closing while collaborating with internal lending and accounting teams. The core functions of this position would aid in the following areas – feasibility, records review, and contract management in addition to company organization.

    The ideal person would have experience in real estate development, as well as title and escrow exposure and have a keen eye for details, especially with documentation, proofreading, and editing documents. If you want to continue your career in real estate with a growing, fast-paced company with an entrepreneurial culture, this role could be for you!

    Transaction Coordinator Responsibilities

    • Facilitating real estate development projects
    • Preparing and Executing Real Estate Contracts
    • Reviewing Title
    • Preparing and reviewing legal docs
    • Facilitating Tenant Relocation Assistance
      • Collect and review leases
      • Direct communication with SDCI TRAO leads
    • Coordinating land entitlement items with developers and builders
    • Coordinating with the lending team and escrow on transaction closings and documentation
    • Facilitating the permitting process
    • Real Estate Broker and Permitting coordination
    • Builder coordination with new projects and the paperwork that follows
    • Managing lender Due Diligence and checklists for all closings
    • Coordination of closing documents

    Transaction Coordinator Qualifications

    • High School diploma or General Education Degree (GED)
    • Associate’s degree or Bachelor’s degree is preferred
    • Minimum 3+ years of related work experience to include Commercial Real Estate/Real Estate Development industry experience
    • Title and Escrow experience a plus
    • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and able to pick up new software quickly
    • Demonstrates administrative support skills including appointment scheduling, and the ability to compose, proofread and edit correspondence and reports
    • Excellent organizational, oral and written communication and customer service skills
    • Strong attention to detail
    • Ability to perform basic problem solving, decision-making, and analytical skills
    • Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks and meet stringent deadlines
    • Real Estate License is a plus

     

  • AP Clerk
    posting #: 1406

    AP Clerk

    Seattle, WA (Hybrid)

    Our client, a local non-profit organization that is growing globally, is looking to hire AP Clerk to join their team.

    As the AP Clerk, you will be front-facing with customers, responsible for daily financial transactions, including processing invoices, purchase orders and payments, as well as maintaining vendor relationships and providing excellent internal customer service.

     

    AP Clerk Responsibilities:

    • Perform data entry associated with accounts payable
    • Review and reconcile invoice discrepancies against contracts and purchase orders
    • Maintain vendor accounts while staying in compliance with company policies and procedures
    • Maintain vendor relationships; address and respond to vendor inquiries
    • Provide excellent internal customer service by responding to employee questions about invoices, purchase orders and payments.
    • Assist with reviewing credit card purchases & monthly reconciliations
    • Assist with annual 1099 reports
    • Assist with annual financial audit responsibilities
    • Generate regular and ad-hoc AP reports
    • Process weekly check run; checks and electronic payments
    • Maintain confidentiality of sensitive data

     

    AP Clerk Qualifications:

    • High school diploma or GED
    • 2+ years of accounts payable experience or high-volume data entry
    • 2+ years ERP experience – NetSuite preferred
    • Intermediate Excel Skills
    • Chrome River Invoice & Expense experience preferred but not required
  • Supply Chain Planner
    posting #: 1405

    Supply Chain Planner

    Seattle, WA (Remote)

    Contract Length: 5 months (possibility of extension or conversion) 

    Are you looking for an opportunity to work with a large, well-respected retailer with the largest consumer packaged goods supply chain across the globe? Are you a self-starter who can easily adapt to your constantly changing work environment? Is supply chain your passion, and you’re looking for that opportunity to grow your career and experience? Then this could be the role for you!

    Our client, a large beverage retailer, is looking for a Supply Chain Planner to develop tactical and strategic supply plans and establish inventory levels for assigned production materials or finished goods to achieve customer service, supply chain and financial objectives. This individual is responsible for ensuring that the right product is in the right place at the right time in the right quantities to meet customer demand. The ideal candidate has at least 2 years of experience working in supply chain with a solid background in reporting. This role requires an Excel guru with experience working with a manufacturer.


    Supply Chain Planner Responsibilities:

    • Inventory management, ensuring levels for materials or finished goods achieve customer service, supply chain and financial objectives.
    • Tactical and strategic planning for materials and finished goods.
    • Pull data and provide new reports to constantly review and plan for variables within the supply chain.
    • Resolve quantity issues between invoicing, receiving, and purchase orders issues by and to suppliers.
    • Needs to engage (email and Teams) with Accounts Payable, suppliers, and multiple receiving locations to obtain shipping documents and resolve shipping differences.
    • High volume and time-sensitive reconciliation (backlog and ongoing)
    • Stay connected to the GPS operations team relative to project-related activities that will impact future state invoice reconciliation.
    • Invoice discrepancy management.

     

    Supply Chain Planner Qualifications:

    • Strong Excel skills with the ability to create reports.
    • Ability to understand analytical work and present it in a digestible way.
    • At least 1 year of supply chain experience and finance background.
    • Experience within a manufacturing environment/industry preferred.
    • Exceptional communications skills needed.
    • Experience with PowerPoint, creating Queries, SQL, and/or Oracle is a plus.
    • Bachelor’s degree preferred.

     

     

  • Accounting Associate - Real Estate
    posting #: 1397

    Accounting Associate – Real Estate 

    Seattle, WA 


    A successful and enterprising private real estate investment company, focusing on multifamily and commercial real estate, is currently looking for an Accounting Associate. This role will be reporting to the Accounting Manager and will be responsible in providing accounting support to the community, construction and development departments. The ideal candidate will be someone who is an excellent communicator and able to work independently as well as part of a team. 

     

    Responsibilities of an Accounting Associate 

    • Review accounts payable for accuracy in GL and job cost coding, vendor, and amount. 
    • Prepare submissions to lenders for renovation draws. 
    • Mail out vendor checks weekly on check run date and as needed. 
    • Communicate with vendors and residents about returned checks. 
    • Receives, verifies, and processes invoices and/or subcontractor applications for payment by researching discrepancies, duplicates, and mathematical correctness. 
    • Prepare monthly subcontractor conditional/unconditional lien waivers and update lien waiver tracker. Follow-up with subcontractors as needed. 
    • Track payments of annual payment items such as business licenses. 
    • Responsible for regular review and payment of utility bills. 
    • Review and remit annual unclaimed property submission to the State. 
    • Review annual 1099/1096 reporting to ensure vendors are correctly allocated. 
    • Assist with various financial, accounting, administrative, and other reports compilation. 
    • Communicate with Property Managers to resolve any accounting matter that may arise. 
    • Strong attention to detail with the ability to prioritize multiple tasks and efficiently manage and maintain related workflow. 

    Qualifications of an Accounting Associate 

    • Must have 1-3 years’ accounting experience in real estate or related field 
    • Strong working knowledge in all aspects of property accounting. 
    • BA or BS degree preferred 
    • Proficiency using Microsoft Office Applications, Windows Operating System and 10-key by touch is required. 
    • Yardi experience is preferred. 
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills. 
    • Gathers and analyzes information skillfully. 
    • Completes tasks accurately and timely. 
    • Maintains confidentiality in all business matters. 
    • Looks for ways to improve and promote quality; makes recommendations for improvements. 
    • Accepts responsibility; follows or exceeds organizational standards. 
    • Ability to work independently as required. 
    • Imbues positive team spirit to continuously improve work better together.  


    www.seattlefinancial.com 

     

     

  • Project Accountant - Real Estate
    posting #: 1396

    Property Accountant – Real Estate 

    Seattle, WA 


    A successful and enterprising private real estate investment company, focusing on multifamily and commercial real estate, is currently looking for a Property Accountant. This role will focus on accounting for a portfolio of both development and stabilized multi-family properties and will be reporting to the Accounting Manager. This role will be responsible for the general ledger accounting activities including, balance sheet reconciliations, the preparation, and review of residential financial statements for the assigned portfolio, and oversee the periodical financial reporting requirement to lenders. 


    Responsibilities of a Property Accountant 

    • Responsible for all general ledger functions, including posting of revenue, the monthly close process and preparing and/or reviewing journal entries and account reconciliations.  
    • Preparation and finalization of monthly financial reporting. 
    • Prepare monthly supporting balance sheet schedules, unclaimed property workbook, and other work papers. 
    • Maintain status sheets on financial reporting, owner distribution reporting, payroll payment reporting, and other monthly reports. 
    • Responsible for time sensitive payments such as mortgages, taxes, insurance, and owner distributions. 
    • Oversees assigned portfolio cash maintenance and prepares monthly bank reconciliation for review. 
    • Preparation of book transfers and wire transfers using online banking systems.  
    • Support community on-site teams with accounts payable and accounts receivable functions. 
    • Assists in the preparation of portfolio-wide reports, such as the annual real estate tax and insurance escrow workbook and other monthly/quarterly reports. 
    • Conducts the approval process and prepares and submits monthly, quarterly, and/or annual financial reports to lenders per the loan agreement.  
    • Assists in preparation of year end audits and tax returns.  
    • Recommend policies and procedures designed to maintain proper internal controls and highest level of competency and accuracy. 
    • Work closely with the Accounting Specialist and Property Management Department to ensure monthly reporting deadlines are satisfied and to ensure proper cash management.  
    • Communicate with Community Managers and/or Investment Property Managers to resolve any accounting matter that may arise.  

     

    Qualifications of a Property Accountant 

    • Must have 1-3 years’ accounting experience in real estate or related field 
    • Strong working knowledge in all aspects of property accounting. 
    • BA or BS degree preferred. 
    • Yardi experience is preferred. 
    • Proficiency using Microsoft Office Applications, Windows Operating System and 10-key by touch is required 
    • Detail-oriented with the ability to prioritize multiple tasks and efficiently manage and maintain related workflow.  
    • Gathers and analyzes information skillfully.  
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills. 
    • Maintains confidentiality in all business matters. 
    • Looks for ways to improve and promote quality; makes recommendations for improvements 
    • Completes tasks accurately and timely.  
    • Accepts responsibility; follows or exceeds organizational standards.  
    • Ability to work independently as required.  
    • Imbues positive team spirit to continuously improve work better together.  


    www.seattlefinancial.com  

     

     

  • Senior Procurement Analyst
    posting #: 1395

    Senior Procurement Analyst

    Seattle, WA

    Contract Length: 4 months (possibility of extension/conversion)


    Our client, a large beverage retailer, is looking for a Senior Procurement Analyst to join their growing team. This position contributes to the company’s success by independently analyzing complex data and market industry information from multiple sources to develop strategic sourcing recommendations. The ideal candidate will be responsible for identifying unique sources for data and information, and will conduct opportunity assessments, benchmarking, cost modeling and root cause analysis to develop sourcing recommendations. This will be a highly visible role, and an exciting opportunity to collaborate with sourcing directors and various stakeholders across the company.

    Sr. Procurement Analyst Responsibilities:

    • Responsible for identifying unique sources for data and information.
    • Negotiate with suppliers as needed and prepare contract documents.
    • Assist with supplier onboarding for indirect products and services.
    • Effectively manage multiple assignments and deadlines; negotiate pricing, facilitate approvals, and expedite to meet deadlines.
    • Work with Sourcing Managers to draft and review documents as necessary.
    • Assist and support sourcing managers with timely and accurate execution of sourcing activities, including proactively communicating project information and engaging with suppliers and cross-functional teams.
    • Acts as a sourcing consultant to cross-functional team for projects. Responsible for administrative processes and activity reporting associated with projects.
    • Supports the development of sourcing strategy by identifying and applying knowledge of key industry players, competitors, and market/industry dynamics to develop market analysis.
    • Develop visualization spend reports to help identify trends in spend and negotiation opportunities.
    • Assist in developing supplier assessments, score cards, and other analytics & metrics to enable the team to effectively manage supplier performance.
    • Gathers and maintains supplier risk information in terms of financial risk, commodity risk, ethical sourcing, market insights, and others.

     

    Sr. Procurement Analyst Qualifications:

    • 5 years procurement, analytics, finance, planning, engineering, supply chain or other relevant experience.
    • Knowledge of MS Suite, Oracle, BI Apps, SAP, Ariba, and Tableau.
    • Desired bachelor's degree in supply chain, business, engineering or other related fields.
    • Working knowledge of procurement processes such as RFXs, market analysis, ‘should-cost’ models, and standard legal protections (i.e. confidentiality agreements).
    • Excellent analytical skills, ability to analyze data to make decisions around sourcing functions.
    • Ability to adapt in ambiguous environment and be resilient to change.
    • Demonstrate effective influencing skills via supporting initiatives, acknowledge opposing points of view, focus on effectiveness, demonstrate willingness to learn, etc.
    • Ability to prepare clear and concise verbal, written, and visual presentations and ability to clearly communicate written and verbally to peer cross-functional stakeholders to ensure projects or key objectives remain on-track.
    • Strong acumen for coping with different business situations in a professional manner.

     

    www.seattlefinancial.com

     

     

  • Digital Advertising Specialist
    posting #: 1253

    Digital Advertising Specialist

    Seattle, WA (remote)

    1-year contract (possibility of extension/conversion)

     

    Our client, a local SaaS tax compliance company, is launching several new software products for the accounting industry and looking for a Digital Advertising Specialist, who will be managing paid digital marketing campaigns across major display, social and search platforms for our global suite of products. Responsibilities will include partnering with global internal teams to exceed growth goals through ongoing optimization business initiatives and executing go-to-market paid social and display strategies across international business units and products.

     

    Digital Advertising Specialist Responsibilities:

    • Execute building, testing, and optimizing campaigns on all major platforms including LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, and Google Ads.
    • Identify creative performance trends and insights at a large scale using real-time performance data.
    • Measure, report and analyze the performance of digital marketing campaigns across channels, and assess against goals (ROI and KPIs); optimize key metrics across the campaign lifecycle.
    • Monitor and maintain multiple advertising budgets between channels and engines.
    • Create, update, and maintain regular performance reports and share with internal teams.
    • Work cross-functionally to ideate creative advertising campaigns & messaging tests.
    • Manage relationships with platform representatives and take advantage of new beta offerings and tools.

     

    Digital Advertising Specialist Qualifications:

    • BA/BS in marketing, finance, or a related field
    • 2-5 years of experience directly managing digital campaigns for B2B-focused SaaS organizations.
    • Proficiency in Facebook Ads, LinkedIn Ads,Twitter Ads, Google Ads, Salesforce and Tableau.
    • Exceptional analytical skills, including data manipulation and financial analysis.
    • Proficient in MS Excel and in conducting and discerning actionable insights.
    • Outstanding communication, project management and collaboration skills with the ability to work with both technical and business teams.
    • Ability to work independently/efficiently and thrive in a fast-paced environment.
    • Highly organized and able to exercise strong attention to detail.

     

  • Partner Marketing Manager
    posting #: 1252

    Partner Marketing Manager

    Seattle, WA (remote)

    8+ months (possibility of extension/conversion)

     

    Our client, a local SaaS tax compliance company, is launching several new software products for the accounting industry and looking for a Partner Marketing Manager who will be responsible for managing and executing revenue-generating programs with our Development and Solution Partners (DSPs) to drive leads and grow our presence in the channel for established partnerships.

    Responsibilities will include developing go-to-market strategies for assigned partners and executing on all elements of the demand mix, including webinars, email communications, tradeshow sponsorship coordination, product updates, and partner loyalty and incentive programs.

     

    Partner Marketing Manager Responsibilities:

    Planning/Strategy

    • To and Thru-partner communications
    • Strategize with partners on best-in-class activities
    • Leverage corporate marketing

    Execution

    • Gain commitment for joint marketing plans
    • Execute thru-partner demand generation campaigns
    • Manage partner lead lists
    • Work with marketing to support partner events

    Programs & Systems

    • Measure and delivers positive ROI on major program initiatives
    • Utilize partner program tools
    • Salesforce Partner Tracking - Tools Management

     

    Partner Marketing Manager Qualifications:

    • Bachelor's degree in business or a related field.
    • 5 years of high-tech industry experience with extensive successful experience with software reselling channels and working with reselling partners.
    • Software sales and marketing experience, including ERP, Accounting, CRM, and Software-as-a-Service/Cloud Computing business applications.
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
    • Excellent time management and interpersonal skills.
    • Strong relationship/team building and account management skills.
    • Leadership qualities that reflect a self-motivated individual with the ability to work as part of a team.
  • Accounts Payable Specialist
    posting #: 1249

    Accounts Payable Specialist

    Kent, WA

    Contract to Hire

     

    Our client, a commercial refrigeration and HVAC contractor is looking for an AP Specialist to join their team. The company has a friendly, family-oriented environment and supportive culture. Ideally, they’d love someone who has at least 2 years AP or related experience and worked in construction or related industry exposure, but construction industry is not required. If you have at least a couple of years in an office environment with some accounting experience and are willing to learn, this role could be a great next step in your career!

     

    Responsibilities:

    • Review invoices against purchase orders and researches any discrepancies.
    • Key in and process invoices from vendors/suppliers
    • Reconcile vendor/supplier statements
    • Assisting in processing weekly check runs
    • Work with vendors and suppliers to resolve invoicing issues
    • Setup new vendors, including acquiring W-9s
    • Credit card processing and reconciliations
    • Overhead expense allocations
    • Petty cash reconciliation
    • Cost transfers between service and construction department
    • Certified payroll requirements
    • Assist with various other payables functions as assigned

     

    Qualifications:

    • High school graduate with 2-3 years related work experience
    • 2+ years payables processing experience to include enterprise-level, high volume payables
    • Proficient with Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook
    • Basic understanding of payables impact to the GL and financial statements
    • High attention to detail and critical thinking skills
    • Able to work independently and also collaborate effectively with various internal levels and departments

     

    www.seattlefinancial.com

     

     

     

     

  • Project Accountant - Construction
    posting #: 1237

    Project Accountant - Construction

    (Prevailing Wage Labor Compliance Specialist)

    Seattle, WA (this is an in-office role)

    Pay: $60-70k/year


    Our client, a leading commercial general contractor is looking for a strong Accounting Administrative Professional to be their Prevailing Wage Specialist and help with tasks associated with various projects. The Primary responsibilities will be to manage, update and monitor the prevailing wage information filed by our client and their subcontractors. Focus will be on prevailing wage compliance issues. As a part of the Operational Accounting Team, the Prevailing Wage Specialist will be working in collaboration with Project Analysts, Project Accountants and Project Teams.  

    Our client is consistently recognized as a best workplace and is highly regarded for their innovative and collaborative culture. If you are looking to be a part of an open, supportive team and receive exciting challenges that promote personal and professional growth then this may be the role for you!

     

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Work with the Department of Labor & Industries to define/clarify current processes
    • File the Intents to Pay Prevailing Wage online
    • Follow up with Subcontractors to file their Intents to Pay Prevailing Wage
    • Enter certified payroll into the Washington State L&I website
    • Enter certified payroll into Owner required payroll system if applicable
    • Monitor Subcontractor certified payroll for compliancy
    • Monitor Subcontractor 2nd Tier certified payroll for compliancy
    • Maintain a subcontractor compliancy log for each prevailing wage job for use by the Project Accountants to determine eligibility for payment
    • Maintain Apprentice Reports as necessary
    • Track Subcontractor billings and contract to file their Affidavit of Wages Paid once billed complete
    • Work with Department of L&I to help correct Intent & Affidavit issues
    • Complete forms and requirements as necessary
    • Assist/cross train with the Project Accounting Team as needed

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • 3+ years of construction accounting administrative experience required, Project Accounting experience a plus.
    • Experience working in the Department of Labor & Industries Website filing intents to pay prevailing wage, affidavits of wages paid, uploading certified payroll and verifying uploaded subcontractor certified payroll
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
    • Must be team-oriented and work within a shared inbox system.
    • Ability to work independently, take initiative, set priorities and see projects through to completion.
    • Attention to detail, strong time management and organizational skills required.
    • Excellent commitment to customer service.
    • GCPay Online billing platform knowledge a plus.
    • LCP Tracker knowledge a plus
  • Controller - Real Estate Development
    posting #: 1230

    Controller – Real Estate Development

    Redmond, WA

    Our client, a well-established vertically integrated real estate acquisitions and development company with a strong reputation in the industry and a diverse portfolio and business operations is looking for a Controller to join their solid team. The client’s primary focus is office and industrial acquisitions, as well as development in the Northwest.

    This role will directly manage the accounting team and work closely with the Director of Finance and various other departments to ensure accurate and consistent reporting of financial transactions and their impact on the financial statements and investment performance statistics on a consolidated basis.

    This individual is responsible for the monthly financial reporting of our client’s Property Portfolio and the ideal candidate will have a minimum of 5 years of experience working in property management, construction, or commercial real estate development.  

    Our client has a culture of promoting a healthy work/life balance. They care that their employees are healthy, happy, and enjoying life, so they provide specific benefits that encourage their employees to disconnect from work and recharge their batteries.

    Controller Responsibilities:

    • Manage all property level accounting for our client’s portfolio and ensure all financial reporting is completed accurately and timely.
    • Maximize return on financial assets by establishing, implementing, and maintaining financial policies, procedures, and controls for accounting practices.
    • Oversee all functions of the Accounting Department: accounts receivable, accounts payable, general ledger, fixed asset, cash reconciliation, and reporting.
    • Manage the preparation of monthly financial statements and job profitability analysis including a detailed review of all reporting.
    • Advise management on short/long term liquidity planning through forecasting cash flow.
    • Prepare and/or review development construction draws and equity funding transactions
    • Insure property management and advisory fees are calculated in accordance with respective agreements.
    • Work directly with property managers, asset managers, developers, investment managers, and the acquisitions team to ensure accurate and timely accounting across all divisions.
    • Build and maintain the financial department by recruiting and selecting future hires along with providing training and mentoring to this team.
    • Maintain and improve the company’s internal control environment.
    • Coordinate annual federal income tax preparation and prepare detailed schedules for the CPA firm preparing tax returns.

    Controller Qualifications:

    • 5+ years experience in private industry preferably in construction, real estate development or property management.
    • 7-10 years of progressive multifunctional experience in accounting.
    • 2-3-years of supervision experience preferred.
    • Bachelor’s degree in accounting preferred.
    • CPA or CPA candidate a plus.
    • Fully understands all accounting responsibilities.
    • Understands complex concepts or information and has strong communications skills.
    • Perform intricate calculations easily and is comfortable communicating complex data to others.
    • Respond well to time constraints and generally works at a brisk pace.
    • Be a problem solver, critical thinker as well as direct communicator.
    • Be able to work as a team as well as motivate others.
    • Be motivated by business management, organization, and the application of technologies and ideas.

    www.seattlefinancial.com

  • Union Payroll Lead
    posting #: 1186

    Union Payroll Lead – Construction Industry 

    Kent, WA 

    Comp: $65k-$80k DOE

     Tired of commuting downtown or dealing with traffic and parking? Our client, a commercial Refrigeration and HVAC contractor, is looking for a Union Payroll Lead to add to their growing Payroll team in Kent.This role will be responsible for managing payroll for up to 300 technicians and working with over 10 different unions along the West Coast. This position is front facing and will be in-office.

    The company has a friendly, family-oriented environment and supportive culture. The ideal candidate would have 5+ years of payroll experience with an emphasis on union payroll in the construction/HVAC industry and has been a point person for their team.

    This company is known for its long tenured employees, collaborative team, and work-life balance. They like to foster employee growth!

     Union Payroll Lead Responsibilities: 

    • Manage Payroll Team of three.
    • Reconcile Service and Construction tech hours.
    • Research differences through communication with the techs and/or management when differences arise.
    • Enter additional adjustments in the system (labor journal) for Service and Construction techs, if needed.
    • Run system reports after adjustments have been made to review the final payroll verification in the system.
    • Enter Service & Construction tech hours into verification spreadsheet weekly.
    • Verify Service & Construction time from with Tech Timesheet verification report (system report), tech screen shot submission (timecard), and GPS tracking.
    • Compute payroll and check cutting process.
    • Submit payroll taxes and submitting payroll to the bank.
    • Submit online garnishment payments.
    • Make job cost transfer adjustments.
    • Understand union collective bargaining agreements with each of the locals we work with.
    • Monthly Union reporting to benefit trusts.
    • Union audits and support compilation. Update union rates.
    • Preparing/submitting Certified Payroll & Work Recoveries.

    Union Payroll Lead Qualifications: 

    • 5+ years of Payroll or Accounting experience in construction industry.
    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Business a plus 
    • Union accounting experience is required. Working with multiple unions a plus. 
    • Must be able to work under tight deadlines 
    • Must have good customer service, an overall understanding of basic accounting, and exposure to a professional office environment. 

    Union Payroll Lead Compensation: $65k-$80k DOE

    Full Benefits *Large Employer Contribution

    401k

     

    www.nwrecruitingpartners.com

  • Vice President of Lending
    posting #: 1168

    Vice President of Lending Operations

    Bellevue, WA

     

    Our client, a private real estate lender is looking to bring on a Vice President of Lending Operations to lead their lending efforts. The Vice President of Lending will oversee the mortgage team, as well as partner with the acquisitions team.

    An ideal candidate will have 8+ years working in the mortgage industry with an emphasis on operations and management (servicing, consumer and builder lending, etc.). Being a private lending company, the Vice President of Operations will have the ability to introduce new products, think “outside of the box” to make deals work and manage a streamlined team of up to 15 people.

    This integral role is expected to be independent and an excellent decision maker with strong analytical, organizational, problem-solving skills and critical level of attention to detail.

    Vice President of Lending Operations Responsibilities

    • Management - oversee all of loan processing, underwriting, compliance, docs, funding, servicing and general operations.
    • Develop, apply and evaluate policies and procedures for the department.
    • Assure compliance with all internal policies and procedures, as well as all applicable state and federal regulations.
    • Manage the loan operations team to ensure the quality and accuracy of all loans originated and serviced.
    • Develop and oversee processes and procedures for the administration of the boarding and servicing of all loans.
    • Oversee quality control review of loan documents and loan bookings processed by others for accuracy and completeness.
    • Work with the credit and production team to ensure that borrowers’ loan documents accurately reflect the credit approval conditions and are compliant with all applicable laws, regulations, and policies.
    • Oversee processing and strategically plan and implement best practices that will allow growth in the loan portfolio.
    • Work with direct reports to monitor workloads to ensure proper load balancing amongst the processing and underwriting team.
    • Work closely with senior management to develop strategic loan underwriting initiatives.
    • Work closely with the sales teams to ensure targets are in place and on track.
    • Monitor all credit quality and lending authority actions within the underwriting function and ensure administrative and operational compliance with regulatory requirements.
    • Uphold Fair Lending Practices as well as company’s credit policies and underwriting procedures.
    • Review and recommend practices and procedures to make all operation positions more efficient.
    • Ensure workflows compliment and support the overall goals of the sales team as well as those of the business.
    • Actively participate in projects and meetings and be the subject matter expert related to loan underwriting, closing, and set up.
    • Team player that is willing to express ideas and help others. 

     

    Vice President of Lending Operations Qualifications

    • 7+ years of mortgage, banking experience and or related industry experience in construction, real estate and/or private equity. 3+ years of managing others. 
    • Strong operations background.
    • Knowledge of commercial, construction, real estate, consumer loan products, documentation, and processing.  
    • Knowledge of lending policies and procedures, including applicable lending regulations related to state and federal compliance. 
    • Experience working with compliance teams and auditors. 
    • Current knowledge of real estate closing and title requirements.
    • Current knowledge of loan processing and automated underwriting systems.
    • Current knowledge of FHLMC/FNMA/FHA/VA and industry underwriting guidelines.
    • Ability to run AUS DO/LP. 
    • Analysis of self-employment income; schedule C, Corp and & Partnership 
    • Knowledge of Mtg LOS operating systems (Caylx Point, Laser Pro, Dark Knight, Encompass, word, excel).

     

    Compensation: $150k base + annual bonus

     

     

  • Chief Operating Officer
    posting #: 872

    Our client manages one of the top-performing private lending funds in the US with $200M + in capital. They act as a lender, a developer on construction projects, and have a mortgage brokerage arm.

    The firm is experiencing extraordinary growth and is looking to add a Chief Operating Officer who will oversee their real estate, private lending, and venture investment activities. The Chief Operating Officer will manage a team of lending and credit professionals, and be accountable for creating and approving processes, developing policies and company standards, and upholding the overall quality of the loan and investment portfolio. This company has a strong track record of success, and they are looking for a distinguished leader with high integrity and proven experience in a C-level role with a lender, real estate developer or regional bank.

    Chief Operating Officer Responsibilities:

    • Leading, developing, and managing a high performing team.
    • Design and execute business strategies, plans and procedures.
    • Create policies that promote the company vision and culture.
    • Oversee daily operations of the company as well as executives in finance, credit, IT, and marketing.
    • Lead by example and encourage maximum potential, performance, and dedication in employees.
    • Credit process management including enhancing process effectiveness and increasing efficiency.
    • Provide in depth analysis and appropriate underwriting of complex transactions.
    • General portfolio risk assessment, management, and reporting.

    Chief Operating Officer Qualifications:

    • Proven prior experience as a Chief Operations Officer or similar responsibility role preferably with a hard money lender.
    • Real estate lending experience required.
    • BSc/BA in Business Administration or relevant field required- MSc/MBA is a plus.
    • Outstanding organizational and leadership abilities.
    • Comfort with building and developing employees, encouraging cohesion and teamwork, assessing improvement opportunities, and leading change.
    • Strong ability to communicate and work collaboratively with a diverse range of individuals and organizations.
    • Understanding of business functions such as Credit, HR, Finance, Marketing, etc.
    • Comprehensive knowledge of data analysis and performance/operations metrics.
    • Working knowledge of IT/Business infrastructure and MS Office.
    • Excellent public speaking skills and an aptitude for decision-making and problem-solving.

    www.seattlefinancial.com

    www.nwrecruitingpartners.com

  • Accounting Professional
    posting #: 1025

    Accounting Professional - Audit and Assurance

    Seattle (Remote, with some travel required for on-site engagements)

    Are you a CPA or accounting professional with a few years of experience working in external audit at a large CPA firm? Are you looking for accelerated career growth with a company that promotes work-life balance? Our client was recently recognized in INC Magazine as one of the 5000 fastest-growing companies in the U.S., and their clients include mostly Fortune 1,000 clients. This company fosters a collaborative and open culture based on entrepreneurship and servant leadership, with significant career growth and bonus opportunities.

    Their accounting and finance professionals work alongside financial executives and are integrated into the teams of Fortune 1000 companies on their most important projects. All positions are remote, with some travel for on-site engagements either in-market or nationally.

    Associates have the potential to make up to 70% bonus on top of their base salaries.

    Accounting Professional Attributes:

    • High energy and enthusiasm, with a strong commitment to exceeding client expectations.
    • Flexibility and openness to work on a variety of assignments, industries, and roles.
    • Ability to learn quickly, make an immediate impact, and provide value-added service to our clients.
    • Strong communication & interpersonal skills, displaying the ability to connect and build relationships with clients, firm leadership, & peers.
    • Confidence in professional aptitude and ability to effectively convey skills, knowledge, and qualifications to clients.
    • Team player with a strong desire to be an active, long-term participant in the growth of the local office and Firm overall.

     Accounting Professional Skills, Knowledge, and Qualifications:

    • Undergraduate degree in Accounting or Finance.
    • Certified Public Accountant (CPA) certification, or progress towards, preferred.
    • Minimum of 3 years of relevant technical/strategic accounting experience.
    • Minimum of 2 busy seasons in external audit with a Big 4 or large Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Firm.
    • Strongly Preferred: Minimum of 1 busy season as a “Senior” in external audit with a Big 4 or large CPA Firm.
    • Corporate accounting and/or finance experience at a large public corporation is a plus but not required.
    • Excellent analytical, technical, and auditing skills including proficiency in U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and Financial Accounting Services Board (FASB) rules and standards.
    • Strong computer desktop skills required. Advanced Microsoft Excel skills (i.e., macros, pivot tables, etc.) desirable.
    • Demonstrated career progression and job stability.
  • Accounting Controller - Construction Industry
    posting #: 926

    Controller - Construction Industry

    Auburn, WA

    Are you an accounting management professional looking to make an impact in your next role? Our client, a premier landscape construction company responsible for some of the most beautiful parks and landscape architecture in our region, is looking for an experienced and energetic Accounting Controller to join their team. The Controller will have direct responsibility for overseeing financial activities and personnel, identifying areas of improvement, and setting controls and budgets up for company success.

    Our client's work is on display in thousands of projects around the Pacific Northwest, specializing in Parks, Turf Fields, and Wetland Restoration. This is a company that is passionate about the environment, values its employees, and offers a highly competitive salary and benefits package. The ideal candidate will have 5+ years of experience in either a Senior Account or Financial Management role, and, if you have already worked in the construction industry, that is a plus!

    Controller Responsibilities:

    • Oversee and coordinate all financial activities and personnel.
    • Set controls and budgets to mitigate risk and increase return on investments.
    • Standardize and maintain a system of accounting records and techniques.
    • Ensure compliance with federal and state regulations.
    • Serve as primary contact for external auditors.
    • Ensures accuracy of financial accounts and records
    • Manage the completion of monthly and quarterly Performance Reporting packages
    • Further develop key policies, systems and procedures for the accounting and finance function.
    • Coordinate the audit processes
    • Oversees global cash management structure and processes.
    • Report directly to the CEO of the Company.

    Controller Qualifications:

    • 5+ years of experience in Senior Account or Financial Management role
    • BA in Business, Accounting, Finance, or related discipline
    • Previous experience in accounting management or other related fields
    • Fundamental knowledge of GAAP
    • Strong leadership qualities
    • CPA preferred
    • Working experience or knowledge in the Construction industry a plus
    • Bilingual English/Spanish a plus!