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  • Edmonds, WA
  • Kent, WA
  • Mukilteo, WA
  • Redmond, WA
  • Seattle, WA
  • Assistant Controller
    posting #: 1012

    Assistant Controller

    Edmonds, WA

    Are you a Senior Accountant who loves to travel, or spends your days dreaming about travel? Our client, a loved and respected travel brand in the Northwest, is looking for an Assistant Controller to join their team. This company works hard to equip travel lovers with all they need to create fun, affordable, and culturally rich vacations. The people who work here- love it, and they stick around, so this is a rare and exciting opportunity! This company is also flexible with a hybrid work model- at least 2-3 days in the office a week.

    The Assistant Controller will be responsible for owning revenue streams across the company, assisting the Controller with setting budgets, and ensuring compliance with GAAP and local/federal tax regulations. This role will also have a direct impact on developing procedures, policies, and systems to facilitate company expansion. The ideal candidate will have 5+ years of accounting experience and looking for a great company to plant their roots. Since this is a travel company, a passion for travel and knowledge of foreign currency accounting is a big plus!

    Assistant Controller Responsibilities:

    • Understand and oversee company revenue streams.
    • Formulate internal controls, policies, and audits to comply with legislation and established best practices.
    • Work with the IT department to understand and streamline internal systems integrations and processes.
    • Develop budgeting and forecasting processes, including department budgeting, reporting, and auditing.
    • Ensure regulatory compliance with GAAP.
    • Perform tax and statutory reporting and ensure compliance with all state and federal regulations.
    • Respond to and generate documentation for audits. Assist with preparation for the annual audit, potentially some liaison to external auditors.
    • Ensure all investment strategies and financial activities are compliant with industry laws and internal policies.
    • Participate in the execution of changes to procedures, policies, and systems to facilitate expansion, compliance, and scaling of the business.

    Assistant Controller Qualifications:

    • Thorough knowledge of GAAP
    • 5+ years accounting experience
    • Must be process and transaction oriented
    • Foreign currency accounting experience preferred
    • Proven organizational skills: manage priorities, meet deadlines, and communicate progress
    • Experience with Salesforce and Great Plains Dynamics is a plus
  • Compensation Consultant (3 Month Remote Contract)
    posting #: 1011

    Compensation Consultant

    Seattle, WA (Remote)

    3 months

    $45-50/hr DOE

     

    Our client, one of the fastest-growing SaaS companies in the world, is seeking a Compensation Consultant. The Compensation Consultant will analyze current practice, best practices, and alternative solutions. They will also be implementing programs and processes, administering the programs, and working with base pay, incentive, and equity programs. The Compensation Consultant is a hands-on role that encompasses the tactical execution of day-to-day compensation work.

     

    Compensation Consultant Responsibilities:

    • Modify, implement, and communicate global compensation and salary administration programs, including set up and maintenance of all compensation programs in Workday.
    • Work with global and regional teams to ensure compensation processes are documented, communicated, and adhered to.
    • Review requests for new or revised jobs to determine appropriate placement in job structure.
    • Prepare and maintain documentation as well as regularly update and distribute documents to HR team as appropriate.
    • May participate in salary surveys in order to understand competitive compensation levels in the organization and market.
    • Maintain data in MarketPay.
    • Support executive compensation analysis, and administration.
    • Supports the annual salary planning and incentive processes.
    • Conduct the calculation, preparation, approval, communication and payment of company bonus and incentive plans.
    • Conduct job analysis and evaluation of all position levels (including appropriate title, position level, pay and incentive level, job code, EEO and FLSA classification, etc.); audit evaluation of positions and application of existing positions. Ensure the compensation structure remains up to date in the HR System.
    • Understand, analyze, and present data around compensation best practices and trends. Forecast potential outcomes and cost impact, including building financial models involving complex analysis.
    • Assure thorough audits, analysis, and reports, that all compensation programs are consistently administered in compliance with company policies and government regulations and maximize workforce productivity and efficiency.
    • Prepare and maintain documentation as well as regularly update and distribute documents to HR team as appropriate
    • Stay informed of legislative activities and regulatory changes and evaluates impact on compensation programs especially as it relates to global stock compensation programs including the employee stock purchase plan.

    Compensation Consultant Requirements:

    • Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent experience required.
    • Minimum of 5 years of experience in broad-based compensation, incentive compensation.
    • Strong analytical and quantitative skills, prior experience with Marketpay is a plus.
    • Highly detail-driven with emphasis on accuracy, coupled with an ability to see the broader picture.
    • Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) or CCP coursework preferred.
    • Must have a can-do attitude, the ability to prioritize workload and perform multiple tasks under accelerated deadlines.
    • Self-starter and able to work well and communicate effectively in a team environment.
    • Strong consultation skills and the ability to seek out information and provide quality advice.
    • Experience working with Microsoft Office Suite, including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and advanced Excel skills.
    • Ability to manage ambiguity and changing priorities in a fast-paced environment.
  • Payroll Analyst- 6 Month Remote Contract
    posting #: 568

    Payroll Analyst

    Seattle, WA

    6+ Month Contract

    Pay: $20-24 / hour (DOE)

    Our client, a large beverage retailer located in Seattle, is looking to add a Payroll Analyst to their team. This role will be responsible for preparing and inputting payroll data correctly and on-time. This is a great opportunity for a detail-oriented and customer-focused quick learner to build experience in payroll processing with a large team. The ideal candidate will have 1-3 years of experience in payroll processing.

    Payroll Analyst Responsibilities:

    • Payroll preparation and processing for a larger (1000+ employee) company
    • Solving errors in payroll
    • Working with a larger payroll team (at least 23 people)
    • Reporting to multiple managers
    • General support of the payroll team, taking on supplemental workload when needed

    Payroll Analyst Qualifications:

    • 1-3 years of financial/payroll experience
    • Experience working with SAP or another time keeping system preferred
    • MS Office experience, specifically Excel
    • Ability to learn role and communicate effectively in a remote work environment

    www.seattlefinancial.com

  • Full Charge Bookkeeper
    posting #: 994

    Full Charge Bookkeeper – Construction

    Location: Edmonds. WA (this role is not remote)

     

    Our client, an established general contractor in Edmonds, is looking for a Full Charge Bookkeeper to join their small office. They have become a major player in the private commercial sector, working on the construction of K-12 and higher education projects throughout Western Washington.

    This individual will be managing accounting, administrative and human resources tasks and should have managerial and financial accounting skills, the ability to successfully manage the challenges with company personnel and subcontractors regarding payroll and financial matters. High level of preference for candidates that have experience working in the construction industry.

     

    Full Charge Bookkeeper Responsibilities:

    • In-house payroll for 40-50 employees.
    • Manage and comply with local, state, and federal government reporting requirements and tax filings, quarter and year-end close, W-2's (Payroll, B&O, State tax, monthly Dept of Revenue, business licenses, etc.).
    • Maintain the general ledger & reconciliation of accounts.
    • Accounts Receivable: Send monthly progress payment requests and supervise Service Department invoicing.
    • Accounts Payable and Sub payables: collecting and tracking vendor and subcontractor lien releases and warranties, W-9's and COI's, Year-end 1099's.
    • Business reports and financial statement generation (weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annually)
    • Month-end close, including Work-in-Process Contract Schedule and recording over/under billing.
    • Generate financial statements.
    • Handle HR, employee health benefits, and 401k, and track claims for L&I, insurance, and accidents.
    • Supervise, train & mentor accounting/admin assistant.
    • Maintain and file accounting and admin records.
    • Maintain working relationships with the bank, insurance, and CPA representatives.
    • Work with project managers and Service Dept managers to facilitate their paperwork and collections.

    Full Charge Bookkeeper Requirements:

    • 5+ years of full charge bookkeeping or related experience.
    • Hands-on construction accounting experience preferred.
    • QuickBooks software proficiency.
    • Highly organized, detail-oriented, and thorough, with the ability to consistently demonstrate accuracy.
    • Demonstrate honesty and integrity in actions and decisions.
    • Excellent verbal and written communicator.
    • Experience in MS Office (Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint) and 10-key.

     

    www.nwrecruitingpartners.com

     

  • Financial Analyst Associate
    posting #: 990

    Financial Analyst Associate

    Location: Seattle, WA

    Contract Length: 1 year with potential for extension and/or conversion

    Pay Rate: $25-30/hour DOE

    Our client, a large local coffee retailer in Seattle, is looking for a Financial Analyst Associate for their Infrastructure Business Operations team, on a contract basis. This role will be using forecasting and analytical tools to evaluate existing and potential programs and product lines. This position is a great opportunity to get your foot in the Corporate door with one of the largest retailers in the world! Goal-oriented individuals who are quick learners will truly excel in this team!

    A typical day in the role will include working from core hours of 7:45 AM-2:00 PM, running reports, and collaborating with teams including AP, IT, and Finance. The ideal candidate will have experience in Excel, Power BI, and Oracle or SAP along with knowledge of GAAP and Accounting Principles. This role can be remote but will have once a month meeting in the corporate office in downtown Seattle.

    Financial Analyst Responsibilities:

    • Working cross-functionally with IT, AP, and Finance teams.
    • Supporting two finance analysts and reporting analysts.
    • Prepare accurate and timely financial reports.
    • Managing inbox and intake forms.
    • Developing skillset, and working with a highly collaborative team.

    Financial Analyst Qualifications:

    • 2-3 years of financial analysis experience
    • Knowledge of GAAP and Accounting principles.
    • Professional written and oral communication.
    • Experience managing ambiguity.
    • Self-starter who takes initiative and shows curiosity.
    • Experience with Arriba, Oracle, or SAP solutions for purchasing.

    www.seattlefinancial.com

  • Accountant - Construction Industry
    posting #: 989

    Accountant – Construction Industry

    Redmond, WA

    Our client, a well-established General Contractor with a strong reputation in the industry, has a rare opening for an Accountant to join their team and help with their diverse accounting needs. The client’s primary focus is office and industrial construction, with developments around the Northwest. This role will support the accounting department with their primary focus being Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable. This individual will work closely with the Controller, construction project team, and various other departments to ensure accurate and consistent reporting of financial transactions and their impact on the financial statements.

    The ideal candidate will have 1-3 years of accounting experience with a strong financial acumen. Experience with accounting in the construction industry would be a big plus!

    Our client believes in a healthy work life balance and their benefits package directly supports that culture and belief system.

    Accountant Responsibilities:

    Accounts Payable

    • Enter, code, route all invoices.
    • Batch post & sync invoices after routing approvals.
    • Reconcile monthly statements from vendors.
    • Maintain vendor set-up information (name, address, contact information, G/L account #, Cost Type.
    • 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.

    Accounts Receivable

    • Process Monthly Pay Applications by job with Project Managers.
    • Bill job deposits for new projects.
    • Release job deposits in accordance with contract terms.
    • Follow-up with PM / Customer on outstanding invoices.

    Job Set-up

    • Set-up project in Procore.
    • Add Vendors / Customers / Contacts to Procore project directory.
    • Import approved Job Budget into Procore.

    Job Set-up Compliance

    • Prepare and send Notice to Owner when contract is fully executed.
    • Review Subcontracts for signatures
    • Review and enter Certificates of Insurance for all Subcontracts into Procore by job.
    • Work with Project Managers/Subcontracts obtaining missing information.
    • Sync fully compliant subcontracts in Procore with Sage 100.

    Compliance – Ongoing

    • Review all subcontracts for expiring Certificates of Insurance and follow-up with vendor.
    • Enter updated COI information into Procore by project.

    Accountant 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.
    • Experience in Real estate, Construction, or Property management a plus.
    • Proficiency in MS Excel, MS Word, and general ledger accounting software required.
  • Full Charge Bookkeeper – Construction
    posting #: 977

    Full Charge Bookkeeper – Construction

    (South King County)

    Our client, an established general contractor in South King County, is on the hunt for a Full Charge Bookkeeper/Office Manager to join their small but mighty team. This company prides itself on its commitment to service, innovative thinking, and exceptional craftsmanship. The ideal candidate will be confident, thorough, and experienced in payroll, AP/AR, and general ledger. This role will be an integral part of the team, handling all journal entries, insurance renewals, state audits, and HR management. If you are looking for your next career move and have 5+ years of accounting/office management experience, bring your positive team spirit to this exciting position. 

    Full Charge Bookkeeper Responsibilities:

    • In-house payroll for 25 employees.
    • Manage and comply with local, state, and federal government reporting requirements and tax filings, quarter and year-end close, W-2's (Payroll, B&O, State tax, monthly Dept of Revenue, business licenses, etc.).
    • Maintain the general ledger & reconciliation of accounts.
    • Accounts Receivable: Send monthly progress payment requests and supervise Service Department invoicing.
    • Accounts Payable and Sub payables: collecting and tracking vendor and subcontractor lien releases and warranties, W-9's and COI's, Year-end 1099's.
    • Business reports and financial statement generation (weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annually)
    • Month-end close, including Work-in-Process Contract Schedule and recording over/under billing.
    • Generate financial statements.
    • Handle HR, employee health benefits, and 401k, and track claims for L&I, insurance, and accidents.
    • Supervise, train & mentor accounting/admin assistant.
    • Maintain and file accounting and admin records.
    • Maintain working relationships with the bank, insurance, and CPA representatives.
    • Work with project managers and Service Dept managers to facilitate their paperwork and collections.

    Full Charge Bookkeeper Requirements:

    • 5+ years of full-charge bookkeeping experience in hands-on construction accounting.
    • Sage 100 accounting software proficiency preferred.
    • Highly organized, detail-oriented, and thorough, with the ability to consistently demonstrate accuracy.
    • Demonstrate honesty and integrity in actions and decisions.
    • Excellent verbal and written communicator.
    • Experience in MS Office (Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint) and 10-key.

    Pay: $75k - $100k

  • Payroll Specialist
    posting #: 978

    Payroll Specialist – Construction Industry

    Kent, WA

    Pay: $24-$28/hr

    Our client, a commercial refrigeration and HVAC contractor is looking for a Payroll Administrator to join their team. The company has a friendly, family-oriented environment and supportive culture. They are open to someone with strong payroll experience as well as someone just getting into this career path. Ideally, they’d love someone who has worked in construction and/or has union exposure but that can be learned. If you have at least a year in an office environment with some accounting or payroll experience and are willing to learn, this role could be a great next step in your career!

    Payroll Specialist Responsibilities:

    • Process payroll for union and non-union employees
    • Manage workflow to ensure that payroll transactions are processed accurately and timely
    • Answer employee questions related to payroll and resolve issues
    • Compile employee time, production, and payroll data from timesheets and other records.
    • Process certified payroll reports
    • Issue and record adjustments to pay related to previous errors or retroactive increases
    • Complete new hire and termination reports
    • Keep track of leave time, such as vacation, personal, and sick leave, for employees

    Payroll Specialist Qualifications:

    • At least 1-2 years of Payroll or Accounting experience.
    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Business a plus
    • Construction experience a plus
    • Experience working with unions is 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 service, an overall understanding of basic accounting, and exposure to a professional office environment.
  • IT Internal Audit Manager
    posting #: 976

    IT Internal Audit Manager

    Pay: $120-150k/year

    Seattle, WA

    Our client, a leader in innovative investment strategies, is looking for an IT Internal Audit Manager to join their Internal Audit Division and support portfolio management, trading, operations, and conduct quality assurance reviews. This is an excellent opportunity to have face-to-face interaction with the executive leadership team and business process owners regarding the implementation and execution of audit planning memorandums, test procedures for key controls, discussion, and documentation of issues, and ensuring the audit plan adheres to departmental methodology, policies, and standards.

    The ideal candidate should have a solid understanding of risks, controls and audit concepts, and the overall investment management business, including investment products (e.g., Separately Managed Accounts), portfolio management, trading, operations, and global Investment Advisor regulations. Our client has one of the best employee retention rates in the financial services industry and prides itself on their competitive salary, benefits, and opportunities for growth and development. If you are looking for the next step in your finance management career, this could be the role for you!

    IT Internal Audit Manager Responsibilities:

    • Manage and supervise a portfolio of audit projects in Investment Management
    • Partner with Technology and Business Auditors to complete risk assessments, control environment assessments, audit scheduling, audit planning, test plan development and execution, audit issue documentation, and reports to senior management
    • Build strong relationships with both the Business Unit and Technology senior management and conduct ongoing communication throughout the audit lifecycle.
    • Execution of continuous monitoring and conducting ongoing risk assessments of key business processes to drive risk-based audit plan
    • Present issues and other reports to senior management
    • Ability to travel when required

    Internal Audit Manager Job Requirements

    • 10+ IT Audit experience with a Financial Services, Brokerage Firm or a Public Accounting Firm with emphasis on the Financial Services Industry
    • Strong knowledge of audit processes and ability to review and manage the quality of audit work
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills
    • Experience in auditing applications, interfaces, system infrastructure, data processing, and technology general controls
    • Ability to manage multiple projects and deliverables, while meeting deadlines with minimal supervision
    • Experience with data analytics
    • Knowledge of Investments Management, including investment products (mutual funds, hedge funds, separately managed accounts, private funds, etc.), portfolio management, trading, and Investment Advisor regulation is a plus.
    • Knowledge of Investments Management systems used in the industry, and Vendor Management is a plus.
    • Bachelor’s Degree (Computer Science or IT related preferred)
    • CISA, CISSP or CPA certification a plus
  • Senior Internal Auditor
    posting #: 975

    Senior Internal Auditor

    Pay: $90-110k/year

    Seattle, WA

    Our client, a leader in innovative investment strategies, is looking for a Senior Internal Auditor to join their Internal Audit Division and support portfolio management, trading, operations, and conduct quality assurance reviews. This is a great opportunity to have face-to-face interaction with the executive leadership team, complete audit fieldwork, and communicate observations with management to ensure work is done in accordance with company methodology and documentation standards.

    The ideal candidate will have 4-7 years of audit experience within asset management or investment management, and an understanding of Investment Management products and services. Our client has one of the best employee retention rates in the financial services industry, and prides itself on their competitive salary, benefits, and opportunities for growth and development. If you are looking for the next step in your finance management career, this could be the role for you!

    Senior Internal Auditor Responsibilities:

    • Execution of a portion of the annual audit plan which includes scheduling the engagements, preparing audit programs, completing audit fieldwork in accordance with the department’s methodology, communicating observations with management and drafting the audit report.
    • On-going communication with business line management to follow-up on previously identified audit issues, as well as execution of testing to verify closure of previously identified audit issues.
    • Execution of continuous monitoring and conducting ongoing risk assessments of key business processes to drive risk-based audit plan.
    • Provide management with an independent and objective evaluation of the control environment and evaluate management’s control consciousness.
    • Conduct, as appropriate, quality assurance reviews to ensure compliance with department documentation standards.
    • Ability to travel when required.

    Senior Internal Auditor Job Requirements:

    • 4-7 years audit experience within the asset management or investment management arena
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including demonstrated ability to communicate with senior management.
    • Strong analytical skills
    • Ability to multi-task between several projects using strong project management skills.
    • Solid understanding of the internal audit process including risk assessments, planning, scheduling, reporting, continuous auditing.
    • Bachelor’s degree in business including Economics, Finance, Accounting, etc.
    • CPA, CIA or other related licensing a plus
    • Comfortable dealing effectively with senior management
    • Enthusiastic, motivated professional who desires to develop and maintain strong client and team relationships.

     

  • IT Internal Audit Manager
    posting #: 971

    IT Internal Audit Manager

    Pay: $120-150k/year

    Location: Boston, MA

    Our client, a leader in innovative investment strategies, is looking for an IT Internal Audit Manager to join their Internal Audit Division and support portfolio management, trading, operations, and conduct quality assurance reviews. This is an excellent opportunity to have face-to-face interaction with the executive leadership team and business process owners regarding the implementation and execution of audit planning memorandums, test procedures for key controls, discussion, and documentation of issues, and ensuring the audit plan adheres to departmental methodology, policies, and standards.

    The ideal candidate should have a solid understanding of risks, controls and audit concepts, and the overall investment management business, including investment products (e.g., Separately Managed Accounts), portfolio management, trading, operations, and global Investment Advisor regulations. Our client has one of the best employee retention rates in the financial services industry and prides itself on their competitive salary, benefits, and opportunities for growth and development. If you are looking for the next step in your finance management career, this could be the role for you!

    IT Internal Audit Manager Responsibilities:

    • Manage and supervise a portfolio of audit projects in Investment Management
    • Partner with Technology and Business Auditors to complete risk assessments, control environment assessments, audit scheduling, audit planning, test plan development and execution, audit issue documentation, and reports to senior management
    • Build strong relationships with both the Business Unit and Technology senior management and conduct ongoing communication throughout the audit lifecycle.
    • Execution of continuous monitoring and conducting ongoing risk assessments of key business processes to drive risk-based audit plan
    • Present issues and other reports to senior management
    • Ability to travel when required

    Internal Audit Manager Job Requirements

    • 10+ IT Audit experience with a Financial Services, Brokerage Firm or a Public Accounting Firm with emphasis on the Financial Services Industry
    • Strong knowledge of audit processes and ability to review and manage the quality of audit work
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills
    • Experience in auditing applications, interfaces, system infrastructure, data processing, and technology general controls
    • Ability to manage multiple projects and deliverables, while meeting deadlines with minimal supervision
    • Experience with data analytics
    • Knowledge of Investments Management, including investment products (mutual funds, hedge funds, separately managed accounts, private funds, etc.), portfolio management, trading, and Investment Advisor regulation is a plus.
    • Knowledge of Investments Management systems used in the industry, and Vendor Management is a plus.
    • Bachelor’s Degree (Computer Science or IT related preferred)
    • CISA, CISSP or CPA certification a plus
  • Regional Controller - Construction Industry
    posting #: 942

    Regional Controller – Construction Industry

    Seattle, WA

    A leading commercial general contractor is looking for a Regional Controller to support the CFO and Project Executives with forecasting, accounting analysis, and monthly financial reporting. This company is highly regarded for its innovative and collaborative culture. They’re looking for that individual that is ready for the next step in their career, to help the leadership team with budgeting, work in progress schedules, reconciliations, and audits. If you’re looking to work with a solid team in a growing company, then keep reading!

    Regional Controller Responsibilities:

    • Support Regional Operations monthly forecasting and reporting.
    • Monitor and maintain regional overhead budget/forecasting.
    • Coordinate monthly financial close.
    • Track and coordinate timely compilation of all audit documentation and related responses.
    • Reconcile, process and report monthly/quarterly sale/business taxes.
    • Monitor and maintain all regional business licenses and any reporting requirements.
    • Ensure accurate and timely updated of the monthly WIP/Reporting package for the region.
    • Provide support to regional affiliate entities as needed.
    • Report to the Controller and provide accurate and timely supplemental reporting.
    • Participate in a wide variety of special projects and compile a variety of special reports.

    Regional Controller Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance.
    • 5 years of hands-on accounting/analytical experience.
    • CPA certification a plus.
    • Strong Financial Management capability.
    • High ethical conduct and credibility.
    • Construction industry experience preferred.
  • Internal Audit Manager
    posting #: 964

    Internal Audit Manager

    $120-150k/year

    Seattle, WA

    Our client, a leader in innovative investment strategies, is looking for an Internal Audit Manager to join their Internal Audit Division and support portfolio management, trading, operations, and conduct quality assurance reviews. This is a great opportunity to have face-to-face interaction with the executive leadership team and business process owners regarding the implementation and execution of audit planning memorandums, test procedures for key controls, discussion and documentation of issues, and ensuring the audit plan adheres to departmental methodology, policies, and standards.

    The ideal candidate will have a solid understanding of internal audit processes and 8-10 years of internal audit related experience with Investment Management products and services. Our client has one of the best employee retention rates in the financial services industry, and prides itself on their competitive salary, benefits, and opportunities for growth and development. If you are looking for the next step in your finance management career, this could be the role for you!

    Internal Audit Manager Responsibilities:

    • Execution of all phases of the audit, including scope determination, development of audit planning memorandums, documentation of walkthroughs and flow charts for key processes, development and execution of test procedures for key controls, discussion and documentation of issues, and report writing. Ensure execution of the audit plan within departmental methodology, policies and standards.
    • On-going communication with business line management to follow-up on previously identified audit issues, as well as execution of testing to verify closure of previously identified audit issues.
    • Execution of continuous monitoring and conducting ongoing risk assessments of key business processes to drive risk-based audit plan.
    • Provide management with an independent and objective evaluation of the control environment and evaluate management’s control consciousness.
    • Conduct, as appropriate, quality assurance reviews to ensure compliance with department documentation standards.
    • Ability to travel when required.

    Internal Audit Manager Job Requirements

    • 8-10 years of internal audit related experience with Investment Management products and services experience
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including demonstrated ability to communicate with senior management.
    • Strong analytical skills
    • Ability to multi-task between several projects through the use of strong project management skills
    • Solid understanding of the internal audit process including risk assessments, planning, scheduling, reporting, continuous auditing.
    • Bachelor’s degree in business including Economics, Finance, Accounting, etc.
    • CPA, CIA or other related licensing a plus
    • Comfortable dealing effectively with senior management
    • Enthusiastic, motivated professional who desires to develop and maintain strong client and team relationships.
  • Accountant
    posting #: 893

    Senior Accountant

    Mukilteo, WA

    OUR CLIENT

    Omni CleanAir, Omnitec Design, Agriair, BirdBuffer and CITC are wholly owned subsidiaries of Silver Falls Capital, LLC, a private investment company that is focused on the acquisition and successful operation of businesses for the long term. With decades of hands-on experience running and improving businesses, they bring leadership, processes, and investments to help companies and teams achieve their full potential.

    ROLE DESCRIPTION

    Are you looking to accelerate your career in a role that supports a portfolio of growth businesses? We are looking for an accountant, energized by the opportunity for professional growth and development, to join our team.

    The Senior Accountant will be instrumental in shaping the accounting policies and processes for all businesses in the portfolio including daily standard work, grants of authority implementation, and financial controls. The Senior Accountant will own Accounts Receivable and Asset Management responsibilities for the organization. The successful candidate will be an outcome-driven professional, passionate about data-driven problem-solving. They will become a subject matter expert and lead cross-functional initiatives aligning back office, operations, and financial functions. The successful candidate will be passionate about learning and continuous improvement.

    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Support month-end close process by providing accurate and timely recording of transactions and accruals across the functional general ledger assisting with full reconciliations, reporting, and analytics.
    • Responsible for filing monthly, quarterly, and annual banking requirements as they relate to borrowing base certificate and line of credit review.
    • Key owner of Accounts Receivable function. Develop process documentation by partnering with sales to review and address workflow function as it relates to revenue booking, including returns, and warranty work.
    • Build customer credit review process for limit changes, terms extensions, and advise on stop-ship status. Implement late fees and penalties as they pertain to the terms and conditions of credit sales.
    • Establishing leading and lagging metrics for problem-solving collection countermeasures and providing weekly report-outs to the commercial team(s) regarding the status and next steps.
    • Review/manage cash flow reporting and offer insight for collections impact with the goal of transitioning this function entirely to the Sr. Accountant.
    • Aid in the implementation of new accounting policies, processes, and guidelines, ensuring compliance with GAAP standards and developing internal controls.
    • Assist in accounting projects including multi-state sales tax integration, banking and volume-driven tools, integration of the inventory management system, plus many opportunities for creating optimization across the organization.
    • Provide direct operational support by partnering with management and staff on problem solving and analytics to help achieve team goals.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    • 4+ years of accounting experience
    • BA in Accounting or related field.
    • Excited to handle a large amount of responsibility, keep cool under pressure, and help scale a growing portfolio of businesses.
    • Voracious learner, creative and curious with a strong bias for action.
    • Independent, self-starter. Not afraid to challenge the status quo. Sets a high bar on what good looks like. Results and outcome-focused.
    • Humble. Embraces continuous improvement. Doesn’t let perfect get in the way of better.
    • Strong communicator and team player with a positive attitude. Demonstrated skills in managing complex, cross-functional initiatives.
    • Comfortable working in office Monday-Friday.
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office - Outlook, Excel, Word.

    ABOUT Silver Falls Brands

    Since 1988, Omnitec Design has innovated and supplied equipment for high-stakes air quality applications including Flood / Fire Disaster Response, Bio-Hazard and Pandemic Control, Hospitals & Lab Clean Rooms, Environmental Abatement and Restoration. Their products combine the best technologies for scrubbing air of Fine Particulates, Volatile Organic Compounds, Odor, and Biological Contaminants.

    Omni CleanAir's mission is to eliminate the illnesses caused by unhealthy air from everyday workplaces. Since 1988, the company’s technology has been deployed to thousands of high-stakes applications, keeping people safe from some of the most dangerous airborne pollutants and pathogens. Now this technology has been adapted for everyday professional workspaces, such as businesses, schools, hospitably, medical and dental offices, but without compromise in hospital grade protection.

    Agriair designs, manufactures and distributes a range of industrial grade Ionized Hydro Peroxide systems that ensure air quality and sanitation in demanding, indoor agriculture facilities. Agriair equipment prevents high value crop loss caused by the harmful effects of mold, spores, volatile organic compounds and surface contaminants prevalent in these environments.

    BirdBuffer® is focused on solving the public health, safety and damage to critical facilities, caused by pest birds. They help facility managers, health and safety professionals, maintenance teams and operators, eliminate these issues. Proudly based in the Pacific Northwest, we serve customers across the US and around the world.

    CITC has consistently led the special effects industry, creating unique and exciting products and solutions for theatrical designers, show producers, directors, live music & sporting event organizers across multiple entertainment industry verticals.