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  • Sacramento, CA
  • Seattle, WA
  • Staff Accountant
    posting #: 2476

    Staff Accountant

    (Tukwila, WA)

    Our client, one of the top players in Seattle's transportation scene, is on the lookout for a detail-oriented and experienced Staff Accountant to join their team.

    In this role, you'll work closely with leadership and manage daily transactions, keeping AP files in order, closing books, and reconciling accounts.

    This is a key position for keeping the company. If you are passionate about numbers and financial analysis, this could be the perfect fit for you!

    Staff Accountant Responsibilities:

    • Handle communication and billing for key clients.
    • Manage month-end tasks: close books, reconcile accounts, and record journal entries.
    • Prepare and present monthly, quarterly, and annual financial reports, maintaining accurate records.
    • Process daily financial transactions and maintain AP files.
    • Manage financial reporting for institutions, CPAs, clients, etc., and handle communications.
    • Provide financial insights, support budgeting and forecasting, and recommend best practices.
    • Ensure compliance with accounting principles and company policies.

    Staff Accountant Qualifications:

    • At least 3 years of experience in accounting or a related field.
    • Proficient in financial report writing and analysis.
    • Advanced proficiency in QuickBooks Online and Microsoft Excel.
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
    • Thorough understanding of accounting principles (GAAP).
    • Exceptional attention to detail and accuracy.
    • Excellent analytical and problem-solving abilities.
    • Capable of working both independently and collaboratively in a team setting.

    This position includes PTO, 401k and a medical benefit allowance.

    Compensation: $68,000 - $72,000 (DOE)

  • Paralegal – Civil Litigation
    posting #: 2472

    Paralegal – Civil Litigation

    Hybrid (Seattle, WA)

    Join a prestigious law firm renowned for its expertise in handling complex civil cases with a strong industry reputation. This firm tackles a diverse range of challenging legal matters, offering paralegals exposure to intellectually stimulating caseloads and the opportunity to contribute to high-profile trials.

    Looking for a 3+ year paralegal to assist the firm's top-producing attorneys. An ideal candidate will have a solid knowledge of litigation support and case management, experience organizing large caseloads, discovery, and trial preparation, and experience assisting at trial. This small, but mighty firm prides itself on a collaborative, relaxed environment and is looking for like-minded professionals.

    Paralegal Responsibilities:

    • Assist the civil litigation team in preparing for trials and hearings, ensuring all case materials are meticulously organized.
    • Draft and prepare a variety of legal documents, including pleadings, motions, discovery responses, and notices, with a keen attention to detail.
    • Conduct thorough legal research, investigate case facts, and contribute to the development of compelling legal arguments.
    • Coordinate logistical aspects of litigation, such as scheduling depositions and preparing trial binders.
    • Diligently maintain case files, ensuring accuracy in documentation and billing entries.
    • Stay abreast of changes in legal procedures and regulations, providing timely updates and recommendations to attorneys.
    • Attend and participate actively in civil trials.
    • Support attorneys with administrative tasks and other case-related duties as required.

    Qualifications:

    • Minimum of 3 years, ideally 5+ years, of civil litigation experience with a focus on commercial issues and trial readiness.
    • Ability to work effectively under pressure and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
    • Trial experience, including document production, discovery, e-filing and e-service
    • Proactive and team-oriented approach, coupled with a strong work ethic and positive attitude.
    • Possesses a solid background in litigation support and case management, ideally in a fast-paced legal environment.
    • Familiarity with Washington and Federal rules of civil procedure and litigation best practices.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to communicate effectively with attorneys, clients, and court personnel.
    • Proficient in legal research tools, legal database software, and Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook).
    • Strong organizational skills and meticulous attention to detail, ensuring accuracy in all tasks.
    • Ability to thrive under pressure and adapt to changing priorities in a dynamic legal setting.
    • Comfortable with the prospect of participating in trials and contributing actively to trial preparation. 

    Compensation and Benefits:

    • The firm offers a friendly, business casual environment.
    • Full benefits package, including 100% Medical/Dental/Vision.
    • 401K + matching
    • Generous PTO

    Compensation: $85,000 - $95,000 (DOE)

  • Assistant Controller – Commercial Construction
    posting #: 2462

    Assistant Controller – Commercial Construction 
    Factoria, WA 

    A local real estate developer with a general contracting arm is looking for an Assistant 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.

    The ideal candidate will have 5+ experience in construction accounting and be well-versed in Viewpoint Spectrum. If you’re looking to work with a solid team in a growing company, then keep reading!

    Assistant Controller Responsibilities:

    • Ensure accuracy and compliance in financial records, identifying discrepancies and improvement opportunities.
    • Prepare and analyze balance sheets, income statements, cash flow statements, job cost reports, WIP reports, and monthly B&O and quarterly L&I reports.
    • Support budgeting, forecasting, and payroll processes.
    • Oversee accounts payable, receivable, general ledger, and account reconciliations, including bank deposits.
    • Assist in tax preparation, filing, and monthly financial reporting.
    • Collaborate with internal teams to ensure accurate financial transaction recording and maintain records using Viewpoint Spectrum software.
    • Participate in the daily management and reporting of construction projects.
    • Stay informed on industry trends and accounting regulations to improve procedures and maintain a robust control environment.
    • Evaluate and continually improve accounting procedures, processes, and systems for standardized and efficient operations.

    Assistant Controller Qualifications:

    • At least 5 years’ experience in Construction Accounting.
    • Expertise in Viewpoint Spectrum accounting software.
    • Comprehensive knowledge of tax laws and regulations.
    • Exceptional analytical skills with keen attention to detail.
    • Strong organizational abilities for handling multiple tasks and meeting deadlines.
    • Thorough understanding of full-cycle accounting principles.

    Company Benefits:

    • 100% paid medical benefits for employees and family.
    • 401k with exceptional matching!
    • 15 days Paid Time Off plus Holidays

    Compensation: $100,000 - $120,000 (DOE)

  • Accountant
    posting #: 2461

    Accountant

    Seattle, WA

    (32 hours per week)

    Bring your Accounting skills to a renowned, local private school in Seattle. As the Accountant you’d work closely with parents, managing student accounts receivable, as well as manage day-to-day accounting functions.

    This position requires close interaction with families, so excellent customer service skills and the ability to discuss financial challenges with sensitivity are essential.

    Accountant Responsibilities:

    • Accounts Receivable: Oversee student accounts, financial aid, and enrollment agreements. Manage tuition and incidental billing, process check deposits, apply payments, and monitor aging receivables.
    • Accounts Payable: Process vendor invoices, reconcile vendor statements, and prepare checks for signature and mailing.
    • General Ledger: Prepare and reconcile general ledger entries for assigned accounts.
    • Bank Deposits: Prepare weekly remote bank deposits and occasional branch deposits.
    • Administrative Support: Provide administrative assistance to the Director of Finance.
    • Communication: Interact with families regarding tuition and billing inquiries.

    Accountant Qualifications:

    • Minimum of 2 years of accounting experience, particularly in accounts receivable and accounts payable.
    • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written.
    • Proficiency in MS Office, especially Excel.
    • Detail-oriented with excellent organizational abilities.
    • Demonstrated customer service skills.

    Benefits & Appreciation:

    • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance - 100% will be paid.
    • Work–life balance – with 32–hour work week.
    • Life insurance and flex spending accounts
    • 401K with matching.
    • Parking provided.
    • Tuition remission after one year of employment for employees with children.
    • Variety of school-funded professional development opportunities

    Compensation: $27 to $32/hr

    www.seattlefinancial.com

  • Controller
    posting #: 2429

    Controller – Home Builder

    Bothell

    A leading residential developer and home builder is looking for a Controller with a focus in homebuilding to join their collaborative team. This role will involve overseeing divisional historical reporting, budgeting, and financial projections in Washington state.

    The Controller will oversee their team and focus on daily initiatives, guide senior management in policy adherence, and facilitate communication between divisions and corporate offices on financial matters. Experience with homebuilding is a requirement for this position.

    The company emphasizes building not only homes but a community. They encourage a collaborative and well-balanced work life and strive to make employees feel valued.

    Controller Responsibilities:

    • Enforce company operating procedures and policies as fiduciary responsibility.
    • Direct the daily activities of the accounting department, including supervision and mentorship to department personnel.
    • Handle all banking activities by corporate policies and procedures.
    • Report financial results following GAAP and company accounting policies.
    • Manage the budgeting process to accurately reflect contractual liabilities in the accounting system.
    • Supervise the preparation of financial projections for corporate management.
    • Lead month-end close process and coordinate with Corporate Accounting.
    • Stay updated on industry trends, accounting standards, and regulatory changes to improve financial processes and compliance.
    • Coordinate with external auditors, tax advisors, and legal counsel for audits, reporting, and tax filings.
    • Implement pricing strategies agreed upon by management.
    • Conduct business ethically to enhance customer service and company profitability.
    • Demonstrate full understanding and utilization of computerized accounting systems.
    • Engage in both financial and operational aspects of business, including field visits.

    Controller Qualifications:

    • Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university is required and/or 6-8 years of relevant experience.
    • Prior experience as a Controller within the homebuilding industry is required.
    • At least 5+ years of relevant experience and/or training.
    • Understanding of accrual-based accounting.
    • Highly organized, detail-oriented, 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).
    • Capable of multitasking, prioritizing, and efficiently managing time to meet competing deadlines.

    Company Benefits:

    • Medical, Dental, Vision, Life and Disability Insurance offered, plus an HSA and FSA
    • 401K with a 3% match
    • Employee stock purchase plan
    • Company wellness program
    • Relocation Assistance
    • Paid Holidays, Sick Time, and Vacation Time

    Compensation: $120,000 to 130,000 base compensation + bonus earning potential

  • Controller – National Home Builder
    posting #: 2379

    Controller – National Home Builder

    Sacramento, CA

    Our client, a leading National residential developer and home builder, is looking for Controller with a focus in homebuilding to join their collaborative team. This role will involve overseeing divisional historical reporting, budgeting, and financial projections in Northern California.

    The Controller will oversee their team and focus on daily initiatives, guide senior management in policy adherence and facilitate communication between divisions and corporate offices on financial matters. Experience with homebuilding is a requirement for this position.

    The company 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.

    Controller Responsibilities:

    • Enforce company operating procedures and policies as fiduciary responsibility.
    • Direct the daily activities of the accounting department, including supervision and mentorship to department personnel.
    • Handle all banking activities in accordance with corporate policies and procedures.
    • Report financial results following GAAP and company accounting policies.
    • Manage budgeting process to accurately reflect contractual liabilities in accounting system.
    • Supervise preparation of financial projections for corporate management.
    • Lead month-end close process and coordinate with Corporate Accounting.
    • Stay updated on industry trends, accounting standards, and regulatory changes to improve financial processes and compliance.
    • Coordinate with external auditors, tax advisors, and legal counsel for audits, reporting, and tax filings. 
    • Implement pricing strategies agreed upon by management.
    • Conduct business ethically to enhance customer service and company profitability.
    • Demonstrate full understanding and utilization of computerized accounting system.
    • Engage in both financial and operational aspects of business, including field visits.

    Controller Qualifications:

    • Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university is required.
    • Prior experience as a Controller within the homebuilding industry is required.
    • At least 5+ years of relevant experience and/or training.
    • 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).
    • Capable of multitasking, prioritizing, and efficiently managing time to meet competing deadlines.

    Company Benefits:

    • Medical, Dental, Vision, Life and Disability Insurance offered, plus an HSA and FSA
    • 401K with a 3% match
    • Employee stock purchase plan
    • Company wellness program
    • Relocation Assistance
    • Paid Holidays, Sick Time, and Vacation Time

    Compensation: $135,000 - 145,000 base compensation + $85,000 bonus earning potential = $225,000

  • Senior Financial Planner
    posting #: 2377

    Senior Financial Planner

    Bellevue, WA

    Join an expanding independent advising firm as a Senior Financial Planner and leverage your financial planning expertise to serve high-net-worth clients. This firm stands out for its industry leadership and client-focused approach.

    In this role, you will lead the team, enhance planning services, and drive initiatives for top-tier clients. Your role will be pivotal in providing tailored financial planning solutions, helping clients achieve their goals, and securing their financial future.

    The ideal candidate will not only have industry experience, but looking to mentor a team, work closely with leadership and make an immediate impact in this atypical firm!

    Senior Financial Planner Responsibilities:

    • Provide comprehensive financial planning, wealth management, and advisory services to existing clients, focusing on high-net-worth individuals,
    • Maintain strong relationships with clients to ensure their continued satisfaction and retention.
    • Collaborate closely with the Investment Team to align investment strategies with client portfolio objectives.
    • Engage in discussions about estate planning and coordinate with internal and external resources to fulfill client estate planning needs.
    • Plan, facilitate, and deliver client meetings, ensuring effective communication and presentation of financial strategies.
    • While not mandatory, pursue new business development opportunities as appropriate, leveraging existing capacity and interest.

    Senior Financial Planner Qualifications:

    • Bachelor's degree in Finance, Economics, Business, or a related field (MBA or CFP® certification preferred).
    • Demonstrates proficiency as a Financial Planner.
    • Exhibits strong verbal and written communication skills, with meticulous attention to detail.
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and CRM software such as Salesforce.
    • Demonstrates drive and a client-first mindset in helping and serving others.
    • Holds securities licenses, such as Series 65, as a plus.

    Company Benefits & Appreciation:

    • 100% medical, dental, and vision insurance.
    • Paid time-offs, and holidays.
    • 401k with matching.

    Compensation: $105k - $165k (DOE)

  • Litigation Paralegal
    posting #: 2176

    Litigation Paralegal

    Join a premier litigation firm in the Pacific Northwest and bring your legal assistance expertise to their dynamic team!

    As a Litigation Paralegal, you'll play a vital role in trial teams, overseeing all phases from investigations to pleadings and discovery. Working closely with attorneys, you'll support them in depositions, witness preparation, and research, while also preparing and managing exhibits.

    The ideal candidate has a proven track record as a Litigation Paralegal, with expertise in motions, discovery, evidence, litigation documentation, court rules and procedures, and related practices.

    Litigation Paralegal Responsibilities:

    • Carry out preliminary inquiries, legal research, and initial evaluations of cases.
    • Create pleadings, motions, and appellate documents, and submit them to the court.
    • Handle administrative tasks such as managing schedules, organizing case files, and overseeing logistics.
    • Maintain indexes for pleadings and discovery materials.
    • Arrange exhibits, documents, evidence, briefs, and appendices in an orderly manner.
    • Aid attorneys in responding to interrogatories and fulfilling other discovery requests.
    • Collect pertinent information from diverse sources.
    • Act as a bridge between trial teams and both internal and external third parties.
    • Assist in jury selection, witness preparation, and the voir dire process.
    • Offer support in reaching case settlements.

    Litigation Paralegal Qualifications:

    • Certification or associate degree in paralegal studies (bachelor’s degree is preferred)
    • At least 2 years’ experience in a paralegal role
    • Investigative mind and strong research skills
    • Working knowledge legal database software
    • Experience in preparing legal reports
    • Excellent communication and time management skills
  • Administrative Assistant
    posting #: 2127

    Administrative Assistant

    Seattle, WA

    $23-$28/hr

    Our client, a privately held real estate investment and property management company, is seeking a talented Administrative Assistant to join their dynamic team. The Administrative Assistant will play a vital role in managing operations. Reporting directly to company owners, the position offers an open and inclusive management style, fostering a collaborative and engaging work culture.

    Administrative Assistant Responsibilities

    • Perform administrative functions, including answering phones, ordering office supplies, processing bills, maintaining the check register, and overseeing all office activities and administration.
    • Handle company phone inquiries.
    • Support owners in various business activities.
    • Draft and edit various documents for internal and external communication.
    • Aid in managing ongoing projects, including handling billing, hourly logs, reports, and project submittals.

    Administrative Assistant Qualifications

    • A minimum of 2 years of administrative experience in the real estate industry is required.
    • Demonstrate ability to manage and complete multiple projects simultaneously within specified deadlines.
    • Exceptional written and oral communication skills.
    • Strong technical aptitude, including proficiency with computers, phones, printers, etc.
    • Polished and professional demeanor, exhibiting excellent telephone etiquette and presentation skills.
    • Keen attention to detail and commitment to accuracy.
    • Working knowledge of MS Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint.

    Benefits:

    • 100% company-paid employee benefits, including medical and dental.
    • Free parking
    • Frequent office lunches and team events.
  • 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