Categories

  • Accounting & Finance
  • Administrative
  • Human Resources
  • Office Management
  • Real Estate Development

Locations

  • Bellevue, WA
  • Irvine, CA
  • Kirkland, WA
  • Puyallup, WA
  • Seattle, WA
  • Tukwila, WA
  • Sr. Real Estate Analyst
    posting #: 2158

    Senior Real Estate Analyst

    Kirkland, WA

    Join a well-established private commercial real estate owner, investor, and development firm located in the Puget Sound area. This group is growing their self-storage portfolio and they are looking to add a Senior Real Estate Analyst to join their team!

    The role involves analyzing financial data, managing budgets, and developing strategies for the portfolio. Core functions include financial modeling, market research, and due diligence to support acquisitions, asset management and development.

    Sr. Real Estate Analyst Responsibilities:

    • Collect and analyze monthly financial data from third party managers; present findings to Executive team.
    • Prepare annual budget for Self-Storage portfolio, including the capital budget.
    • Manage capital budget by liaising with vendors, obtaining bids, and overseeing efficient completion of work.
    • Develop and implement short and long-term strategies for individual assets and the portfolio.
    • Analyze market trends and optimize portfolio strategies with third party managers.
    • Oversee core asset management functions, including land use changes and expansions.
    • Cultivate relationships with external stakeholders like brokers and industry leaders.
    • Develop and maintain expertise in self-storage properties, deal structures, and real estate finance.
    • Support site finding efforts and maintain development pipeline.
    • Evaluate acquisition opportunities, present recommendations to the Executive Team, and manage pipeline and sales comparison reports.
    • Integrate acquired properties into portfolio through capital improvement plans and budget coordination.
    • Undertake special projects such as research, white papers, and presentations.

    Sr. Real Estate Analyst Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree in real estate, business, finance, or related field.
    • At least 3 years of relevant experience within the commercial real estate industry.
    • Strong financial background with experience in financial modeling; real estate underwriting preferred.
    • Valid Driver’s license required.
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
    • Strong problem-solving skills in ambiguous situations.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills, professional demeanor.
    • Self-motivated collaborator with strong work ethic, able to work independently, prioritize, and follow through.
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office.

    Benefits & Appreciation:

    • Generous compensation which includes base salary and an annual bonus.
    • 100% of employee medical, dental, and vision premiums are covered.
    • Vacation and holidays, including 1 floating holiday.
    • 401K and Roth 401K with employer matching contribution, along with a pension plan (8%).

    Compensation: $80K - $100K + bonus

  • Controller/Office Manager – Construction
    posting #: 2156

    Controller/Office Manager – Construction

    Puyallup, WA

    Our client, a commercial concrete construction services company with over 40 years in the industry, is seeking a Controller/Office Manager to join their strong, tight-knit team. This role serves as a critical support to ownership and is responsible for overseeing the managerial and financial accounting functions of the company, as well as office operations, including contract management and human resources tasks.

    The ideal candidate will have a track record of effectively leading accounting efforts in the construction or manufacturing industry, possess strong business acumen, and thrive on involvement across all aspects of the business.

    Controller/Office Manager Responsibilities:

    • Review monthly activity across all general ledger accounts.
    • Reconcile cash accounts and auto loans, ensuring accurate journal entries.
    • Manage cash ledgers, facilitate weekly payroll funding, and oversee transfers.
    • Maintain financial statements and work in progress, including billing postings.
    • Provide necessary financial reports to banks and insurance for LOC and bonding.
    • Organize and update company records annually, including setting up new files.
    • Process invoices, code job costs, and manage vendor inquiries/statements.
    • Manage subcontractor payments, handle lien waivers, and ensure compliance.
    • Serve as a liaison between company and vendors, reporting issues to superiors.
    • Generate monthly billings, including % completion and time & material billings.
    • Maintain billing files, contract review and necessary paperwork to keep in compliance with all contracts.
    • Conduct monthly collections and process retention billings.
    • Record all received cash, including bank deposits, and liaise with customers.
    • Review job costs to align with the general ledger for financial integrity.
    • Make journal entries for job costing.
    • Manage employee files, process weekly payroll with job costing.
    • Maintain medical benefits including eligibility, handle child support, 401k, and medical/AFLAC deductions.
    • Track employee purchases, maintain spreadsheets on advances/savings.
    • Handle payroll inquiries, corrections, and certified payroll processing.
    • Manage garnishments, process lender paperwork, and file quarterly payroll taxes with reconciliation.
    • Manage on/off-boarding and employee relations.

    Controller/Office Manager Qualifications:

    • At least 5 years of accounting/bookkeeping experience.
    • At least 2 years of office management or human resources experience.
    • Relevant education combined with a comprehensive understanding of accounting principles.
    • Preference for hands-on experience in construction accounting or in a similar industry.
    • Understanding of accrual-based accounting.
    • Highly organized, detail-oriented, and meticulous, consistently displaying accuracy.
    • Demonstrates honesty and integrity in actions and decision-making.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Proficient in MS Office applications (Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint).

    Benefits and Appreciation:

    • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
    • 401k profit sharing plan
    • Paid time-off and holidays

    Compensation: $85-100k/year

  • Permit Coordinator
    posting #: 2155

    Permit Coordinator

    Kirkland, WA

    Our client, a leading national residential developer and home builder, is looking for a Permit Coordinator to join their collaborative team. This is a great opportunity to get your foot in the door in real estate development, and build your career with a stable firm. This position will entail coordinating all necessary documents for submitting and obtaining utility, water, and building permits. The role involves collaborating with division departments, city government and state agencies, to ensure that all deadlines for building plans and permits are met on time.

    Our client puts an emphasis on building not only homes, but a community. They encourage a collaborative and well-balanced work life and strive to make employees feel valued.

    Permit Coordinator Responsibilities:

    • Ensure timely preparation and submission of plot plans, lot inspections, and building permits across multiple municipalities, aligning with construction deadlines.
    • Prepare and promptly submit check requests and payments for permits, water taps, and impact fees.
    • Maintain professional and courteous relationships with municipality departments and staff members.
    • Act as the primary division contact for permit-related issues, providing prompt responses.
    • Record building permit information into CRM system to update the construction scheduling software.
    • Oversee the entire building plan approval process across various municipalities for assigned communities.
    • Distribute construction documents to the Purchasing, Marketing, and Construction departments.
    • Document and process all plan revisions, coordinating time-frame requirements with consultants.
    • Scan all approved permitting information for record-keeping.
    • Provide administrative support to the Construction Department.
    • Inform the Accounting Department of permit, utility connection, and other municipality fee changes.

    Permit Coordinator Qualifications:

    • High school diploma or GED. Associate’s degree is a plus.
    • At least 1 year of administrative/customer service experience.
    • A vehicle and a valid driver’s license are required.
    • Excellent organization, communication, and interpersonal skills.
    • Ability to meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
    • Proficient in MS Office, email, and 60+ wpm typing skills.

    Company Benefits:

    • Annual bonus potential
    • Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life insurance
    • 401K
    • Employee stock purchase plan
    • Flex Spending Accounts
    • Paid Vacation, Sick, Personal Time and Company Holidays

    Compensation: $43,000 - $48,000 + bonuses and benefits

  • HR Manager - Construction
    posting #: 1512

    HR Manager - Construction

    South Seattle (in-office with parking)

    Our client, a leading Seattle-based general contractor is seeking an HR Manager to manage and help support all aspects of the employee experience and champion their culture and values. The HR Manager manages daily HR operations, including recruitment, hiring, training, and benefits policies, while also spearheading initiatives to support employees throughout their journey with the company.

    The ideal candidate will have prior experience in the construction industry, must be able to guard confidential and sensitive employee information, perform job duties in a timely manner, have a professional attitude, be organized, and possess the ability to communicate both verbally and in writing and be competent in Microsoft applications. This role reports to the Director of Safety and Human Resources.

    HR Manager Responsibilities:

    • Manage daily HR operations, advise managers, and ensure regulatory compliance.
    • Support the Director of Safety and HR in staffing oversight, dispute resolution, and disciplinary actions.
    • Handle the entire employee lifecycle, including recruitment, onboarding, development, evaluations, and separations.
    • Coordinate job postings, resume tracking, interviews, and career fairs for recruitment.
    • Conduct pre-screening, manage onboarding, and oversee new hire paperwork.
    • Facilitate mid-year and annual performance reviews, as well as exit interviews during separations.
    • Maintain precise personnel records, enroll employees in benefits, and promote diversity and inclusion.
    • Update corporate policies, collaborate on benefits, and file EEO-1 and ACA reports.
    • Collaborate with other departments, support training and safety initiatives, and manage the virtual training platform.

    HR Manager Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management or related field preferred.
    • Experience in the construction or related industry.
    • Experience with unions is a plus.
    • HR certification (PHR or SHRM) is a plus.
    • Must maintain strict confidentiality and discretion.
    • Exceptionally organized with a commitment to meeting deadlines.
    • Ability to adapt quickly and remain professional under pressure.
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite; Viewpoint/Vista experience is a bonus.
    • Valid Washington State Driver’s License with a clean driving record required.
    • Able to Pass a Pre-employment Drug Screening and a Criminal Background Check.

    Benefits and Appreciation:

    • Competitive benefits package offered for qualified salaried employees.
    • Includes eight paid holidays and three weeks PTO.
    • Comprehensive healthcare plan (medical, dental, vision, AD&D, and EAP).
    • Paid Maternal/Paternal and Bereavement Leave.
    • 4% safe harbor weekly 401K match plus discretionary profit sharing.
    • Free parking.

    Compensation: $85-$125k/year DOE

  • Client Service Associate – Wealth Management
    posting #: 2134

    Client Service Associate – Wealth Management

    Tukwila, WA

    Work for an independent advising firm that is growing quickly. They are a dynamic group of experts in their field looking to add a Client Service Associate. By placing their clients' interests at the forefront of their investment management and planning process, they strongly emphasize developing long-term client relationships.

    The ideal candidate will have a strong focus on the needs of the client, excellent follow-up, and attention to detail, outstanding customer service abilities, and experience working with high-net-worth clients.

    This might be a good fit for you if you have experience in the financial services or related industry, a strong commitment to providing excellent customer service and want to work for a firm with many prospects for professional advancement.

    Client Service Associate Responsibilities:

    • Deliver outstanding customer service and communication to high-net-worth individuals.
    • Encourage the efficient use of CRM to guarantee the consistent use of the service model.
    • Arrange, confirm, and occasionally participate in customer meetings:
      • Prepare meeting agenda (with advisor input) and supporting materials.
      • Record meeting notes and prepare follow-up communication to clients.
      • Utilize the CRM system for any needed follow-up tasks.
    • Handle day-to-day client service activities:
      • Prepare and process onboarding paperwork and incoming account transfers.
      • Facilitate money movement, which includes wires, third-party wires, links to bank accounts, journals, and checks.
      • Monitor account activity, alerts, transfers, etc. and take necessary action.
      • Track significant client events and send corporate greetings as appropriate.
      • Coordinate annual tax reporting with client CPAs.
      • Handle annual required minimum distributions (RMDs) for retirement accounts.
      • Address inbound client calls and attentively note client requests.
      • Interface with the custodian service team as needed to resolve client issues.
    • Provide financial planning support to advisors, maintaining financial planning profiles and updating plan information in planning software.

    Client Service Associate Profile:

    • At least 2+ years client service experience in financial services or a related field; direct investment industry experience is a plus.
    • Proficiency with Microsoft® Office, Salesforce, etc.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication.
    • High social and emotional intelligence.
    • Securities licenses (e.g., Series 6) is highly desired. If no license, must be willing to get it.

    Company Benefits & Appreciation:

    • 100% of Medical, dental, and vision premium paid.
    • 401k plus match.
    • Paid time-off, and holidays.
    • Hybrid schedule available. (option to work from home on Monday and Friday)

    Compensation: $70-$90k+bonus (DOE and licenses)

  • Payroll Clerk
    posting #: 2121

    Payroll Clerk – Construction Industry

    Contract-to-hire

    $25-$30/hour

    Seattle, WA

    A leading commercial general contractor is seeking a Payroll Clerk to support their internal Payroll team. This company is highly regarded for its innovative and collaborative culture and is seeking someone who not only possesses a strong work ethic but is also eager to learn quickly and take on the responsibilities of this fast-paced role.

    As a key member of the payroll team, you'll handle data entry tasks, engage in some administrative duties, and contribute to maintaining an upbeat and friendly work environment. This is a fantastic entry-level opportunity for individuals with administrative and/or data entry experience.

    Payroll Clerk Responsibilities:

    • Perform daily payroll department operations.
    • Reconcile payroll prior to transmission and validate confirmed reports.
    • Process correct garnishment calculations and compliance.
    • Execute Time & Attendance processing and interface with payroll.
    • Process manual check and relocation metrics.
    • Update 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.
    • Provide customer service to employees and answer various questions.

    Payroll Clerk Qualifications:

    • At least 1 year of administrative experience.
    • 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 is a plus.
    • Excellent organization skills, time management and prioritization abilities.
    • Strong decision-making, problem-solving, and analytical skills.
  • Estimator - Electrical
    posting #: 1710

    Estimator - Electrical

    Orange County, CA

    Are you looking to advance your career as an estimator? Our client has been a leader in the traffic management industry since 2001. Based in Everett, they partner with city, state, and county agencies across the western U.S. to implement state-of-the-art traffic solutions.

    The Estimator team is responsible for pricing and bidding all required materials to electrical contactors as well as state, county and local D.O.T’s. for traffic infrastructure projects.

    They are a rapidly growing company and are known for the great care they take with clients and employees alike. This company’s core values are innovation, integrity, and a customer-first focus. They pride themselves on offering a dynamic work environment with opportunities for career growth and excellent benefits!

    Estimator Responsibilities:

    • Review road construction project lettings, specifications and drawings to determine scope of work, material and equipment to quote.
    • Review quote and all other required bid documents, for completeness with plans and specifications.
    • Maintain files of working documents as back-up for estimate figures, including current information on prices from suppliers through direct contact, sales brochures, price lists, etc.
    • Request quotes from suppliers for equipment and materials. Access and utilize accurate material costs from published price lists, supplier websites, telephone inquiries or quotes.
    • Identify and contact key electrical contractors and deliver material quotes.
    • Responsible for the timely completion and delivery of all client-required documents.

    Estimator Requirements:

    • 4+ years estimating experience.
    • Proficient in Excel, Word, Outlook, Salesforce, and Adobe.
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills, as well as attention to detail.
    • Self-starter comfortable working in a fast-paced environment with minimal supervision.
    • Familiarity with NetSuite, Dynamics, Acumatica, and Sage is a plus.
    • Experience with government contracting and government procurement processes is ideal.
    • Associates or bachelor’s degree in Business Administration is a big plus.

    Compensation: $90,000-$120,000/year

  • Tax Associate
    posting #: 2096

    Tax Associate

    Seattle, WA (Hybrid)

    Our client, an established boutique public accounting firm with a tight-knit team of experienced tax accountants, is looking to add a Tax Associate to their team. As the Tax Associate, you will be responsible for the preparation and review of tax returns, including individual, partnership, corporate, trust, and non-profit returns, as well as technical research.

    An ideal Tax Associate has strong technical and communication skills and the ability to deliver a quality product in a timely manner. This is an excellent opportunity to work with a small, friendly, and collaborative company.

    Tax Associate Duties:

    • Compile and analyze financial data for accurate and compliant tax returns.
    • Stay updated on tax laws, conduct research, and provide informed advice.
    • Communicate with clients, address inquiries, and assist with tax-related matters.
    • Maintain organized records, ensuring compliance with tax regulations.
    • Work with internal teams to gather information for tax reporting.
    • Generate timely tax reports and provide advice on tax strategies.
    • Assist in preparing for internal and external tax audits.
    • Stay informed about changes in tax laws through ongoing professional development.

    Tax Associate Qualifications:

    • 2-4+ years of public accounting tax experience.
    • Bachelor's or Master's degree in Accounting; MS in Taxation is highly preferred.
    • CPA certification or progress toward CPA is preferred.
    • Preferred proficiency in preparing the following: Business returns (C-corps, S-corps, partnerships, LLC), Individual returns (1040), Trusts, gift/estates (1041, 709, 706), and Exempt organizations (990, 990T)
    • Strong tax research and writing skills.
    • Ability to manage projects effectively and efficiently from start to finish.
    • Ability to manage multiple client engagements simultaneously.
    • Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team.
    • Tech Savy: MS Office, QuickBooks products, Tax preparation software (experience with UltraTax CS, a plus), Familiarity with Practice CS & Accounting CS, a plus, Electronic/online research tools (experience with RIA a plus)

    Benefits & Appreciation:

    • Flexible schedule outside of tax season and a 50-hour work week during tax season.
    • Hybrid work schedule
    • Yearly home office stipend + monthly cell phone reimbursement.
    • Medical, dental, and vision benefits.
    • Retirement plan with employer match.
    • Transportation benefits, continuing professional education, client referral bonus, and tuition reimbursement plan.

     

    Compensation: $90k - $110k+ DOE, 7-10% bonus

  • Tax Accountant
    posting #: 1675

    Tax Accountant

    Seattle, WA

    Bring your accounting and tax acumen to work for a locally owned, full-service accounting firm offering tax, trust, and forestry services. This is a unique opportunity to work with varied clientele and companies that vary from large legacy businesses to small business owners in the Pacific Northwest. They're a company on the rise that takes great care of their clients and employees alike.

    As a Tax Accountant, you will work on tax planning and compliance for flow-through entities (S corps, partnerships, etc.) as well as individual tax returns for higher income and higher net worth clients. You will have an established list of clients and work closely with leadership and senior accountants. This position isn’t a “turn and burn” tax position where you are siloed or stuck at a desk churning 1000’s of tax returns. This is not our client’s business model.

    If you have been looking for your next opportunity where you can have more exposure to varied clients, work with a more collaborative team and find a long-term position, this could be the opportunity for you!

    Company Information:

    • Locally owned and operated, our client has been a leader in the industry for over 65 years.
    • People like to work here and it shows – very tenured employees.
    • The company provides taxation, retirement planning, accounting, consulting, and wealth management services.
    • Serve clients locally, nationally, and internationally.
    • They have a solid core business of long tenure companies ranging from large to small, they are not a typical tax firm who's turning and burning tax returns.

    Leadership & Culture:

    • The Tax Accountant will be working closely with the Senior Tax accountants and ownership.
    • Open and inclusive management style with a “lead by example” style.
    • Collaborative, open culture.
    • Ability to have a flexible schedule and hours.

    Benefits & Appreciation:

    • Medical and Vision Insurance (up to 100% coverage for employee and child).
    • 401K plan excellent with matching.
    • Great vacation package including 12 paid-holidays.

    Tax Accountant Background Profile:

    • At least 2 years in public accounting with experience in tax. Audit experience a plus.
    • Expertise in flow-through entity taxation.
    • Expertise in individual taxation.
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills and polished presentation.
    • A team player with collaborative mindset.
    • Knowledge in trusts and estates, timber/forest products industries, ProSystem fx Tax, and ProSystem fx Engagement.

     

    Compensation: $90,000-$130,000/year