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  • Client Service Associate
    posting #: 1188

    Client Service Associate

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

    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 put a strong emphasis on 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 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 any action necessary.
      • Track significant client events and send corporate greetings as appropriate.
      • Coordinate annual tax reporting with client CPAs.
      • Handle annual required minimum distributions (RMD’s) for retirement accounts.
      • Address inbound client calls and attentively note client requests.
      • Interface with 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 3+ years client service experience; 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 65) and/or financial planning knowledge is a plus.

    Company Benefits & Appreciation:

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

    Compensation: $70-90k/year DOE


  • Controller – Construction
    posting #: 1232

    Controller – Construction

    Tacoma, WA

    Work for a growing construction company that has a diversified project portfolio in the Puget Sound Area. We are partnered with a Local Construction Company (~$15M in revenues) that is in search of a finance and accounting professional to add to their small but growing team.

    In this role, you will oversee and run the day-to-day accounting functions of the company, while working closely with the leadership team. The organization runs flat so transparency, collaboration and teamwork make them successful.

    The ideal candidate will have 5+ years of accounting experience with a focus on job-costing and WIP reporting. Our client has multiple projects running at once which runs requires someone who is extremely detailed.

    Controller Responsibilities:

    • Manage all aspect of the accounting division's operations, including fixed assets, payroll, accounts payable, and bank reconciliations.
      • Preparation and review of monthly financial statements, general ledger reconciliations and work in process (WIP) and job schedules.
        • Manages cash flow to ensure appropriate working capital is available for basic outflows.
        • Responsible for accounting and finance activities such as month-end close and monthly, quarterly, and year-end financial reporting (P&L and B/S) and year-end tax work.
        • Assist in setting up and maintaining the project accounting files.
          • Process job cost transfers for material, equipment, and other related costs.
        • Verifying which projects need to be billed and coordinating the accurate and timely billing.
          • File Monthly Excise Tax, B&O, and City Tax returns.
          • Coordinate and prepare for audits such as financial, 401k, DOL, sales tax, workers compensation, etc.
            • Regularly reviews policies, practices, and procedures to maximize efficient operations and accounting practices.
            • Responsible for overseeing payroll preparation (union and non-union employees), compilation, reporting and administration.
            • Instrumental in budget preparation using fact-based projections with executive team, reviews and prepares necessary supporting documentation and justification for proposed budgets.

        Controller Qualifications:

        • 5+ years’ construction accounting experience preferred.
        • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance, or work experience equivalent preferred.
          • Knowledge of percent complete accounting and experience in a job cost driven industry.
          • Previous Construction or General Contractor experience preferred.
          • Knowledge of Sage Software a plus.
          • Self-motivated, strong work ethic, pride in being effective, accurate and timely.
          • Excellent communication skills (written and verbal).
          • Flexible, creative, curious with a good sense of humor.

          Company Benefits & Culture:

          • This firm highly values their employees and celebrates via company sponsored sporting events, seasonal parties, paid vacations, and financial reward for a job well-done.
          • Medical, dental, and vision insurance for employees.
          • 401k with 3% match.

          Compensation: $130,000 - $165,000 DOE.



        • Accounts Payable Manager
          posting #: 1853

          Accounts Payable Manager

          Seattle, WA

          Our client, a leading commercial general contractor who is known as a best workplace and has been around for over 20 years, is looking for an Accounts Payable Manager to add to their tight-knit team. This company is highly regarded for their innovative and collaborative culture, and their ongoing success provides the opportunity for talented individuals to grow in their career. As the Accounts Payable Manager, you will oversee and manage all accounts payable functions and team members. If you are looking to be a part of a team with exciting challenges that promote personal and professional growth, this is a great opportunity!


          Accounts Payable Manager Responsibilities:

          • In charge of the entire cycle of accounts payable procedures.
          • Check the accuracy, appropriate documentation, and payment eligibility of invoices and expenditure reports.
          • Manage check requests and cost reports for employees.
          • Communicate with different departments to discuss and quickly resolve issues with accounts payable.
          • Organize the efficient management of intercompany transactions.
          • Maintain payable deadlines within a busy environment.
          • Keep an eye on account reconciliations.
          • Process job cost changes and general ledger entries.
          • Drive productivity, growth, and career development by leading, training, and developing the accounts payable team.
          • Build and maintain vendor relationships.
          • Create a range of reports to keep precise financial records and controls.
          • Manage the 1099 reporting process, W-9s, and vendor accounts.
          • Assist with license management and monthly company tax reporting.


            Accounts Payable Manager Profile:

          • At least 5 years of related experience in accounting and Accounts Payable procedures.
          • At least 1 year in a managerial or supervisory capacity.
          • Experience in a construction environment is a plus.
          • Bachelor’s degree or relevant experience preferred.
          • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and communication abilities.
          • 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 Sage 300 or CMiC preferred.
          • Ability to handle a fast-paced environment while maintaining accuracy.


          Company Benefits & Appreciation:

          • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
          • 401K Plan with Matching
          • ESOP
          • Life and AD&D Insurance
          • Paid time-off and Holidays


          Compensation: $80-90k/year



        • Staff Accountant
          posting #: 1852

          Staff Accountant

          Seattle, WA

          Our client, a leading commercial general contractor who is known as a best workplace and has been around for over 20 years, is looking for a Staff Accountant to add to their tight-knit team. This company is highly regarded for their innovative and collaborative culture, and their ongoing success provides the opportunity for talented individuals to grow in their career. As the Staff Accountant, you will be working alongside the Controller to provide support to the Regional and Project Controllers, performing various reconciliations, maintaining records of assets/liabilities, processing sales and business taxes, and compiling reports.


          Staff Account Responsibilities:

          • Conduct numerous reconciliations for the accounts related to cash, prepaids, and other general ledger accounts.
          • Keep thorough records of all capitalized assets, liabilities, and related depreciation and amortization, including calculating and reporting any gains or losses on disposal.
          • Process, and file monthly, quarterly, and annual business and sales taxes.
          • Create recurring reports for the company's various business units.
          • Help the controllers with forecasting and monthly, quarterly, and annual reporting.
          • Assist with the timely assembling of papers relating to audits and taxes as needed.

          Staff Account Profile:

          • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, or Business Administration.
          • At least 3 years of Finance/Accounting experience. Construction industry experience is a plus.
          • An understanding of US GAAP.
          • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and understanding of Power BI in general.
          • A comprehension of how important it is to produce timely, accurate, and professionally-looking outputs.
          • An ability to work with and solicit cooperation from individuals in a variety of roles.
          • Excellent organizational, planning, and project management skills, including the ability to manage many projects at once in a busy setting.
          • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
          • The ability to respect and uphold the secrecy of sensitive information.
          • A sense of self-assurance, a desire to learn more and expand your knowledge of our sector, and the willingness to promote improvements.

          Company Benefits & Appreciation:

          • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
          • 401K Plan with Matching
          • ESOP
          • Life and AD&D Insurance
          • Paid time-off and Holidays


          Compensation: $70-80k/year



        • Sr. Claims Specialist
          posting #: 1851

          Sr. Claims Specialist

          Washington State (remote)

          Six months contract (possible extension)

          $21-$26 /hour DOE

          Work for the largest coffee retail company in the country! This multinational chain is seeking a Sr. Claims Specialist to join its remote team. If you are looking for a collaborative work environment with the opportunity to grow your career and experience, then this could be the role for you!

          As a Sr. Claims Specialist, contributes to the organization’s success by protecting tax and unemployment insurance liability through researching, drafting, and communicating company response to state unemployment claims within strict deadlines and providing guidance to both internal and external contacts on the interpretation of partner’s employment information, and the organization’s unemployment policies, procedures, and guidelines. The ideal candidate has at least three years of HR or case management experience, good communication skills, and strong customer service background.


          Sr. Claims Specialist Responsibilities:

          • Researches, analyzes, and investigates partner separations in consultation with others in Partner Resources, external contacts or other departments outside PRO Solutions & Services.
          • Builds claim responses; ensures timely, courteous, and professional follow-up to incoming phone calls and emails.
          • Provides coaching and guidance to regional partner resource generalists, district managers, and store managers on the interpretation of the organization’s unemployment policies and procedures.
          • Provides strong customer service by effectively managing customer expectations while meeting customer needs.
          • Develops effective working relationships with customers, team members, partners, vendors and other organizations.
          • Effectively manages multiple cases, following up with customers, vendors, etc. to ensure a timely and satisfactory resolution. Reviews and updates cases for completion, accuracy, routing, and resolution.
          • Participates in cross-functional teams to successfully execute programs and projects.
          • Maintains current knowledge of state-to-state unemployment processes, Partner Resources policies, procedures, and best practices.
          • Performs research and analysis to maintain expertise in specialized state unemployment policies, laws, and regulations.
          • Responsible and held accountable for maintaining and protecting the personal information of current and separated partners.
          • Maintains regular and punctual attendance.


          Sr. Claims Specialist Qualifications:

          • 3+ years of experience working in customer service or human resources. Experience in case management a plus.
          • 3+ years of experience researching, analyzing, and problem solving
          • Associate or Bachelor’s in Human Resources or any related course preferred.
          • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing
          • Ability to handle confidential and sensitive information
          • Ability to apply knowledge of multidisciplinary business principles and practices to achieve successful outcomes in cross-functional projects and activities.
          • Analytical skills with the ability to provide appropriate information and referrals.
          • Ability to work both independently and as a member of a team in a fast-paced and changing environment.
          • Ability to conduct independent research and analysis and utilize multiple software programs simultaneously.
          • Strong customer service skills with demonstrated composure and professionalism.




        • Sr. Supply Chain Planner
          posting #: 1850

          Sr. Supply Chain Planner

          Washington State (remote)

          1-year contract (possible extension or conversion)

          $35-$39 /hour DOE

          Work for the largest coffee retail company in the country! This multinational chain is seeking for a Sr. Supply Chain Planner to join its team. If you are looking for a collaborative work environment with the opportunity to grow your career and experience, then this could be the role for you!

          As a Sr. Supply Chain Planner, you lead the development of tactical and strategic supply plans and managing inventory levels to achieve customer service, supply chain and financial objectives. You will also be 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 4 years of experience working in supply chain and logistics, a solid reporting background, and good Excel skills.


          Sr. Supply Chain Planner Responsibilities:

          • Create and generate reports and performance analyses of KPIs, including out-of-stock, days of supply, aging inventories and other analyses to facilitate cost and service improvements.
          • Develop short-term supply plans and assist with long-term plans to balance the demand forecast with cost, efficiency and capacity constraints. Optimize flow of product through the supply chain.
          • Establish and maintain supportive relationships with customers, suppliers and team partners to ensure effective communication of strategic and tactical issues. Serves as a liaison between demand forecast and supply chain partners.
          • Manage inventories for cost-effective use of inventory investment while maximizing inventory turns and meeting service level targets.
          • Participate as a functional planning representative on cross-functional project teams as assigned, supporting timely project completion and communicating action items and provides updates to larger team.
          • Uses planning system tools to effectively and efficiently create tactical inventory and supply solutions.


          Sr. Supply Chain Planner Qualifications:

          • At least 4+ years of supply chain/logistics or material/inventory management and analytics experience.
          • Bachelor’s degree preferred, or equivalent experience.
          • Strong Microsoft Office Suite skills with the ability to create reports and experience with Oracle, Power BI, and Tableau.
          • Working knowledge of supply planning or inventory management processes
          • Ability to use inventory or planning system tools
          • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
          • Ability to set priorities and meet deadlines in a fast-paced and changing environment
          • Ability to understand analytical work and present it in a digestible way.
          • Exceptional communication and problem-solving skills



        • Executive Assistant
          posting #: 1848

          Executive Assistant

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

          Work for a family-owned enterprise that has been enabling businesses to prosper for seven generations by providing long-term financial support, advice and resources. They are looking for an Executive Assistant who will partner with the CEO and President, support the evolution of the organization and be an integral part of the company.

          Executive Assistant Responsibilities:

          • Handles complex calendar management for the CEO and President and keep executives’ aware of key appointments.
          • Coordinate and prioritize meeting requests while resolving issues; make decisions and suggestions to guarantee seamless daily interactions.
          • Attend meetings as needed, take notes, and provide logistical support for the Board.
          • Manages the CEO's and President's email correspondence. Utilizes sound judgment to respond as necessary or to assign tasks to key executives as required.
          • Interacts with business leaders, board members, and other parties to represent the president/needs CEO's and expectations. When CEOs are not available, uses discretion to reflect the executive's style and business philosophy by returning calls or emails or responding them as necessary.
          • Establishes goals, chooses priorities, manages time, works with people, checks on progress, solves problems, and is adaptable to finish projects and assignments.
          • Plan weekly staff meetings, the annual Senior Management Retreat, and other meetings as needed. To make the experience as interactive and interesting as possible, offer ideas, suggestions, or insights.
          • In charge of filing company paperwork in SharePoint on the CEO's or President's behalf and replacing outdated paperwork with the proper naming convention and tags.
          • Manages domestic business travel arrangements and logistics.
          • Timely submission of expense reports for processing/reimbursement of all expenses for the CEO and President.

          Executive Assistant Profile:

          • At least 5 years related experience providing support to the C-Suite level management, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
          • Associate or bachelor’s degree preferred, but not required if equivalent experience is demonstrated.
          • Proactive problem solver with a keen eye for detail.
          • Outstanding writing and verbal communication skills.
          • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to act discreetly and maintain confidentiality.
          • Excellent professionalism and the capacity to communicate respectably and credibly with the board, family, and external stakeholders.
          • Exhibited mastery of the Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), SharePoint, and virtual platforms like Teams and Zoom at an intermediate level.
          • A high level of organization and the capacity to finish a lot of precise work.

          Company Benefits and Appreciation:

          • Medical, Dental, and Vison Insurance.
          • Life, AD&D, and LTD Insurance.
          • 401K and profit-sharing matching.
          • Paid Family Leave, Vacation, sick and holidays.
          • Home office setup reimbursement.
          • Company paid garage parking or an Orca card option.

          Compensation: $78-117k/yr.

        • Accounting Assistant
          posting #: 1843

          Accounting Assistant

          Redmond, WA


          Work for a vertically integrated real estate development and construction firm who has a solid name in the market, a varied portfolio, and has been successful at both ground-up new construction and tenant improvement projects. They are looking for an Accounting Assistant to join their team and help with their diverse accounting needs. The client’s primary focus is office and industrial construction, acquisitions, and development in the Northwest. The Accounting Assistant will be reporting directly to the Controller and will be in charge of entering and managing all areas of job cost data and reporting.


          Accounting Assistant Responsibilities:

          • Input project budgets, values, commitments, and change orders.
          • Review job cost postings for accuracy and make necessary adjustments. Support Construction Team on coding related issues and questions reducing miscoding and increasing data accuracy.
          • Obtain the monthly submission of all necessary paperwork from subcontractors, such as Pay Applications and Conditional and Unconditional Lien Releases.
          • Examine and match the percentages of completed work and billed work on subcontractor invoices and draw requests.
          • Assist in the preparation of monthly Owner Pay Applications, Work-In-Process Schedules, and Financial Statements.
          • Work with project managers to create and input monthly completion cost estimates.
          • Reconciliation of Project Cost Management System with Accounting Software.
          • Cross-training and providing fill-in support for accounting positions.


          Accounting Assistant Qualifications:

          • At least two years of progressive accounting experience or a degree in accounting.
          • Experience in the construction industry is strongly desired.
          • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and strong team player.
          • Prior experience using construction accounting software such as Sage, Timberline, Spectrum.
          • Solid familiarity and experience with the Microsoft Office 365 Suite of programs.


          Benefits & Appreciation:

          • Annual performance bonuses of up to 12.5% of base salary.
          • 100% paid medical, dental, vison, and life insurance for employees.
          • 401k plan with a 3% Safe Harbor contribution (not a match).
          • 3 weeks of PTO plus 1+ week of sick time.
          • $2,500 annual vacation bonus.



          $65K - $80K annual salary


        • Accountant Analyst
          posting #: 1827

          Accountant Analyst

          Washington State (remote)

          3 months+ contract (possibility of extension and conversion)

          $27-29 (DOE) / hour

          Work for the largest coffee retail company in the country! This multinational chain is seeking an Accounting Analyst to join its team. This is an opportunity to serve as the subject matter expert on cross functional teams tasked with the design and implementation of enterprise initiatives that impact accounting processes.

          As an Accounting Analyst, you will be responsible for ensuring that departmental standard operating procedures are accurate, thorough, and updated. You will identify and implement key performance metrics and processes and opportunities to automate and streamline accounting processes. You will also provide analysis and leadership in defining, designing, testing, and documenting proposed changes and management with information on general ledger account status, resolving issues and recommending solutions.


          Accountant Analyst Responsibilities:

          • Provides management with information on general ledger account status, resolves issues and recommends solutions.
          • Serves as the subject matter expert on cross functional teams tasked with the design and implementation of enterprise initiatives that impact accounting processes.
          • Trains accounting partners on system and process changes. Provides ongoing support to process owners.
          • Fulfilling PO’s for stores, managing ad hoc analysis, and supporting inbox inquiries.
          • Vendor Direct Process- support for procurement process.


          Accountant Analyst Qualifications:

          • Microsoft Office Suite, strong problem-solving skills and the ability to work independently
          • Bachelor’s degree in accounting/finance or equivalent experience preferred.
          • 2 years Oracle experience.
          • Good written and verbal communication skills.
        • Finance Manager
          posting #: 1825

          Finance Manager

          Bellevue, WA

          Our Client is a leading renewable energy company that develops, constructs, and manages wind and solar generation, transmission, and storage facilities. This people-focused company fosters an open, respectful culture and believes in making a difference for future generations. The Finance Manager will report directly to the CFO.

          The ideal candidate is an experienced finance leader who will support the organization by providing analytical business decision support to senior management.

          If you are inspired by working for a mission-driven company and excel at analyzing data, providing financial insights, driving improvements, and interacting with various organization stakeholders, this could be the role for you.

          Finance Manager Responsibilities:

          • Manage and execute aspects of financial planning, performance management, and related financial decisions.
          • Partner with CEO, CFO and Senior Management Team to develop and implement the long-term financial strategy.
          • Understand key business drivers and provide management with relevant information for decision makings.
          • Support the sales team in the process and development of their quarterly outlook.
          • Manage brand pricing strategy, deal approval, and pricing reporting functions; track results and prepare recommendations, ROI analysis, and presentations.
          • Evaluate Operating Expenses for budgeting and forecasting.
          • Strategy: Investigate, research, model and present findings recommending the best course of action. regarding new business opportunities, market entry/exit decisions, etc.
          • Building KPI's to enable a deep understanding of product performance.

          Finance Manager Profile:

          • 8+ years of progressive Finance experience
          • Experience with Netsuite required
          • Strong financial modeling and management skills
          • Experience in driving process improvement
          • Bachelor's in Accounting, Finance or related
          • Expert Excel skills
          • The ability to deal with ambiguity in a constantly changing environment.
          • Experience in energy or power project finance, construction or engineering is strongly preferred.

          Benefits & Appreciation

          • 100% company-paid benefits for the employee AND partial for family
          • Unlimited PTO!
          • 11 paid Holidays
          • 401K with Company matching up to 2%

          Compensation - $130-180K salary + 10% bonus potential, based on company profitability

        • Controller – Commercial General Contractor
          posting #: 1824

          Controller – Commercial General Contractor

          Bellevue, WA

          Work for a growing construction company that has a diversified project portfolio which includes a variety of industries such as restaurants, retail, and healthcare sectors in the Puget Sound Area.

          Our client has doubled its revenue from last year and are looking to expand their accounting team. As the current Controller moves into a CFO role, they need to find an experienced accountant with a background in construction who will run the day-to-day accounting functions and help hire additional team members to support their growth.

          This position will involve high-level reporting and working closely with the executive team, as well as daily accounting tasks like billing, cost coding, and job reports.

          Controller Responsibilities:

          • Manage all aspect of the Accounting division's operations, including fixed assets, payroll, general ledger, accounts payable, and bank reconciliations.
          • Checks accounts receivable for problems with collection, and ensures that the expenditure reporting, timely and correct account payable recording, and capitalization procedures are followed.
          • Examines rules, procedures, and practices frequently to improve effective operations and accounting methods.
          • Evaluates rules, processes, and practices to enhance efficient operations and accounting techniques.
          • Keep revenue recognition consistent with GAAP and oversee task costing.
          • Helps the executive team develop the budget by reviewing and preparing the appropriate supporting materials and justifications for proposed budgets.
          • Reconciliation, processing of wire transfers, and preservation of Treasury activity.
          • Creation and upkeep of quarterly schedules for debt and real estate owned.
          • Maintains compliance with purchase order procedures, capitalization policy, and expenditure reporting, among other things, in the accounts payable department.

          Controller Qualifications:

          • At least 5 years of senior accounting/analysis management.
          • Construction accounting experience required.
          • Bachelor’s degree (B.A/B.S.) preferred.
          • Proficiency in Vista by Viewpoint or Sage 100, a plus.
          • Self-motivated, strong work ethic, pride in being effective, accurate and timely.
          • Process and procedure driven, ethical and willing to do hands-on accounting work.

          Company Benefits & Culture:

          • This firm highly values their employees and celebrates via company sponsored sporting events, seasonal parties, and financial reward for a job well-done.
          • 100% paid medical, dental, and vision insurance for employees.


          $120,000 - $140,000 + bonus.


        • Compliance Specialist
          posting #: 1819

          Construction Subcontractor Compliance Specialist – Commercial Construction

          Seattle, WA

          Our client, a leading commercial general contractor who is known as a best workplace and been around for over 20 years, is looking for a qualified Compliance Specialist to join their innovative and collaborative team. If you are looking to be a part of a team with exciting challenges that promote personal and professional growth, this is a great opportunity. The Compliance Specialist will be focusing on processing subcontract payables and ensuring that subcontractor payments adhere to all contractual and business criteria. You should be fluent in insurance products and terminology with excellent verbal and written communication skills.

          Compliance Specialist Responsibilities:

          • Check for accuracy and billing requirements in subcontractor applications, lien releases, and supplier affidavits.
          • Inform Subcontractors of any incomplete or incorrect billing requirements.
          • Track, manage, and coordinate subcontractor insurance on multiple projects.
          • Utilize/maintain electronic filing system while processing papers related to subcontracts.
          • Check any prevailing wage requirements for subcontractors.
          • Update the accounting system, check the accuracy of change orders, and confirm subcontract agreements.

          Compliance Specialist Qualifications:

          • Proficiency in processing job cost transfers for material, equipment, and other related costs
          • Experience in administrative general accounting. Background in construction is preferred.
          • High attention to detail and ability to meet deadlines.
          • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
          • GCPay Online billing platform knowledge a plus.

          Benefits and Appreciation:

          • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
          • 401K Plan with Matching
          • ESOP
          • Life and AD&D Insurance
          • Paid time-off and Holidays


          Compensation: $28-32/hour




        • Project Accountant
          posting #: 1818

          Project Accountant – Construction

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

          Our client, a leading commercial general contractor who is known as a best workplace and been around for over 20 years, is looking for a Project Accountant to add to their tight-knit team. This company is highly regarded for their innovative and collaborative culture, and their ongoing success provides the opportunity for talented individuals to grow in their career. As the Project Accountant, you will be responsible for a full range of accounting project activities. This position will analyze project data, assist with job cost reporting, and make appropriate recommendations that will positively impact operational effectiveness.

          Project Accountant Responsibilities:

          • Assist in setting up and maintaining the project accounting files and monitoring the progress of projects.
          • Verifying which projects need to be billed and coordinating the accurate and timely billing with the Project Manager according to contract requirements.
          • Communicate with Project Managers and track payments for subcontractors and review budget forecasts.
          • Review, route and post subcontractor pay applications.
          • Assist in general accounting/administration.
          • Adjust billings, then compute a cash flow analysis.
          • Produce and deliver recurring receivables reports to management.
          • Create specialized project analyses as needed for PMs and PXs.


          Project Accountant Qualifications:

          • Construction background highly preferred.
          • A Bachelor’s degree in Business or Accounting or equivalent years of experience.
          • Proficient with MS Office and accounting software. Sage 300 (Timberline experience is preferred.
          • This person should be organized, have strong attention to detail and good time management and communication skills.

          Benefits & Appreciation:

          • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
          • 401K Plan with Matching
          • ESOP
          • Life and AD&D Insurance
          • Paid time-off and Holidays

          Compensation: $62-80k/year DOE


        • Senior Financial Accountant
          posting #: 1570

          Senior Financial Accountant 

          Seattle, WA

          Our client, a well-established Real Estate Developer with assets in the US and Canada is searching for a Senior Financial Accountant to manage their high-profile developments. This position is based in our client’s Seattle office.

          The ideal candidate will be a long-term player with a proven track record of success with 5 years experience in the Real Estate/Development or Construction Industries. Knowledge of IFRS/GAAP U.S. accounting and Yardi experience is preferred.

          The Senior Financial Accountant be integral to the accounting team’s success as it will work on Joint Venture Accounting, Acquisitions, Project Accounting, and Property Management Accounting. This role works closely with and reports directly to the Controller.

          Senior Financial Accountant Duties:

          • Prepare monthly financial statement packages for corporate and project entities including financial statements, cash flows and supporting working papers.
          • Responsible for understanding partnership agreements and partner/investor waterfalls for income, fees, and cash flow distributions.
          • Ensures all financial reports are prepared in a timely and accurate manner, including allocations and expense/revenue accruals. Prepares and presents financial statements and related reports (including but not limited to balance sheets, income statements, cash-flow reports/projections, and variance analysis).
          • Project Accounting: Prepares and enters all project job cost and journal entries necessary to maintain budget cost categories and ledger accounts to accurately reflect financial activity and balances.
          • Responsible for the cash management and oversight of each development project and related entity, including payments to contractors and professionals, processing of wires, transfers and collection of fees, loan disbursements and equity contributions.
          • Responsible for accounting oversight and maintenance of the general ledger for entities associated with development projects.
          • Assist in annual audit requirements and ad-hoc reporting requirements
          • Assist in all lending reporting requirements
          • Prepare and maintain monthly proformas, bank draws, budgets & forecasts
          • Effectively communicate with development team on budget concerns or overages

          Senior Financial Accountant Qualifications:

          • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance preferred or relevant accounting experience
          • 5+ years accounting related experience
          • Experience managing a diverse team with multiple locations
          • Property Management Software, Yardi Software preferred
          • Proficient in MS QuickBooks, MS Office, and Power Point

          Benefits and Appreciation:

          • Medical, Dental, and Vison Insurance
          • Paid time-offs and holidays
          • 401K plan

          Compensation: $100,000-$120,000/year



        • Service & Warranty Manager - Residential Home Builder
          posting #: 1224

          Service & Warranty Manager - Residential Home Builder

          Seattle, WA

          Work for an established residential home builder in Seattle who has been in business for over 20 years. The company works only with the most professional architects, engineers, and designers to produce attractive and inviting homes. They also pride themselves on offering a dynamic work environment with opportunities for career growth and exceptional health benefits!

          As a Service & Warranty Manager, you will work to ensure that all homes listed for sale meet quality standards. This role is pivotal in the turnover of properties to future homeowners, as well as ensuring they have a world-class customer experience in their new homes. If you are passionate about creating a great customer experience and have a background in construction, people, and team management, then this role is for you!

          Company Information:

          • They are a construction, consulting, and land development company in the Seattle Area.
          • They specialize in single and multi-family residential homes. They build 80+ homes a year.
          • Their customers include first-time home buyers, other home builders and remodelers, banks, investment groups, and individuals seeking to invest in real estate.

          Leadership & Culture:

          • Service & Warranty Manager will work closely with the Construction Manager.
          • Open and inclusive management style with a “lead by example” style.
          • You are considered the expert and provide autonomy.
          • Collaborative, open culture.
          • Engaged, energized team of people committed to the company’s mission.

          Benefits & Appreciation:

          • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance.
          • Paid Holidays, Time Offs, and Sick Leave.
          • 401K with matching.
          • Exposure to different areas of the company and continue to build your career, and they promote from within.

          Service & Warranty Manager Background Profile:

          • Have a mix of problem-solving, maintenance/repair, and customer service skills.
          • Experience managing a small team, as well as subcontractors or maintenance personnel.
          • Carpentry skills.
          • Strong attention to detail, especially when it comes to data entry.
          • Passion for excellent customer service.
          • Strong communication skills and collaborative mindset.
          • Problem-solving, analytical thinking, and organizational skills.
          • Experience in Property Maintenance, Real Estate, or Construction field preferred.


          Compensation: $75k-$85/yr.


        • Strategy Manager
          posting #: 1814

          Strategy Manager

          Remote (Washington State only)

          14 months contract w/ possible extension

          Pay: $48-51/hr


          Work for the largest coffee retail company in the country! This multinational chain is seeking a Strategy Manager to join their team. If logistics is your passion, and you’re looking for that opportunity to grow your career and experience? Then this could be the role for you!

          This job contributes to the organization’s success by managing and leading strategic projects and providing leadership and support in the annual strategic planning process, including: identifying key issues, developing the problem-solving approach, managing multiple cross- functional teams to conduct analyses, and developing and communicating management level recommendations. Develops and manages strategy team members.

          The ideal candidate will have at least 5 years of experience in strategy, have a foundational knowledge of how growth, market planning and renovation workstreams function, and be highly influential and creative in their approach to storytelling.


          Strategy Manager Responsibilities:

          • Work cross functionally to create strategic road map around developing foundations
          • Working across globally with other partners
          • Collecting insight on partners
          • Strategic analysis
          • Combing through internal and external research
          • Being comfortable with pulling information
          • Speak with a broad range of audiences
          • Interviewing internal broad cross functionals (store development, supply chain etc)
          • Forming analysis that is foundational strategies


          Strategy Manager Qualifications:

          • 5+ years background in strategy and experience working in food and beverage preferred.
          • Foundational knowledge of how growth, market planning and renovation workstreams function.
          • Understands the holistic goal and the nuances of how each workstream contributes to the whole.
          • Can manage across and down verticals.
          • Familiarity with retail market planning, new store and existing store growth intersections.
          • Excellent verbal, written, influencing and storytelling skills with a creative narrative.
          • Proactive approach to work.
          • Proficient in Microsoft Suite and experience in Miro preferred




        • Admin/Order Management Associate
          posting #: 1798

          Admin/Order Management Associate

          Everett, WA

          $25-30/hour DOE


          Our client has been a leader in the traffic management industry since 2001. Based in Everett, they partner with the city, state, and county agencies across the western U.S. to implement state-of-the-art traffic solutions. They are a rapidly growing company and are known for the excellent 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 exceptional health benefits with 99% of employee’s premiums covered, and 75% covered for the whole family!

          The ideal candidate will have previously excelled working in a professional and fast-paced environment, be a team player with the ability to work cross-functionally with external sources, such as suppliers and customers, and internal teams like manufacturing, estimating, and sales. This person should have excellent oral and written communication skills and be able to organize their work using tools like MS Excel, Word, Outlook, and we prefer experience with an ERP System.

          Our client is particularly proud of the long tenure of their staff, so if you are looking for a career, this could be an excellent opportunity for you to move up in a growing company!


          Admin/Order Management Associate Responsibilities:

          • Prepare and generate reports, email correspondence, and other documents
          • Review and process incoming orders and contact vendors for bids.
          • Engage with external customers and partners.
          • Communicate and assist all internal departments regarding order, customer, and supplier issues.
          • Enter customers’ orders into the system and create purchase orders for each vendor.
          • Respond to customer requests and order-related inquiries, and addresses customer satisfaction issues.
          • Support order status requests and answer customers questions.
          • Work to streamline order entry processes.
          • Research and provide order status updates – both internal & external.
          • Work with management and sales to resolve pricing discrepancies.
          • Periodically handle inbound calls & delegate to management and team
          • Periodically order office supplies and research new deals and suppliers
          • Demonstrate outstanding customer service to internal and external clients.


          Order Management Associate Qualifications:

          • 2+ years in a manufacturing or other professional environment in data entry or administration.
          • Exposure to an ERP system is preferred.
          • Strong ability to follow procedural guidelines and respond to and/or research customer inquiries with urgency and accuracy.
          • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
          • Strong multitasking, attention to detail, and organizational skills.
          • A Team player – collaborative mindset.
          • Strong typing skills, proficiency with MS Office Suite, and the ability to learn new programs quickly.
          • Takes initiative and has a willingness to jump in on other duties as assigned.



        • Client Associate
          posting #: 1791

          Client Associate

          Downtown Seattle (Paid Parking/Orca Card)

          Are you wanting to start your career in finance and wealth management, but aren’t sure how to get started? If you have a passion for people, are a strong communicator, have an eye for numbers and thrive in a collaborative culture – this might be the right opportunity to get started!

          Our client is a rapidly growing independent advisory firm is looking for a Client Associate to join their team. While this is an entry level position, you will be on the front lines engaging with the clients, advisors, and team members daily. Being immersed in all facets of the company you will have the ability to experience the business and grow quickly. This role is truly integral to the company’s practice.

          The team is comprised of a vibrant team of experts who pride themselves on hands on training, open communication, exceeding client’s expectations and celebrating their wins! They have a work hard, play hard mentality.

          It is critical that the Client Associate is willing to learn, adapt current knowledge & skills to the firm’s processes and procedures, and embrace ongoing growth for career advancement. Multi-tasking skills are a must! 

          Client Associate Responsibilities:

          • Responsible for accurately answering initial questions from prospective or new clients.
          • Provide exemplary client service and communication.
          • Review and respond to all electronic correspondence; promptly address issues and concerns with professionalism and attention to resolution.
          • Drive the effective use of CRM to ensure consistent implementation of service model.
          • Schedule, confirm, and periodically attend client 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.
          • Maintain up-to-date client data in the contact management system and contact database for purposes of reporting, scheduling, fee tracking and marketing purposes.
          • Create and maintain client files, prepare client forms and reports from rough draft and originating correspondence as requested by the firm’s advisors.
          • Prepare deposits and scan incoming checks; process receipt of physical security certificates; maintain Time Stamp log; create and accurately process ACH’s and money transfers, journal entries, payments via check to outside vendors.
          • Establish and maintain client files to meet regulatory and compliance requirements, create and produce reports and databases for maintaining files and record keeping.
          • Oversee maintenance of all common office equipment ensuring proper operational order for the practice; and report any issues to the facilities manager.
          • Maintain office supplies; ensure necessary office supplies, to include items for the break room, are on hand at all times.

          Client Associate Profile:

          • Bachelor or Associates degree preferred; 2+ years client service experience; direct investment industry experience is a plus.
          • Excellent written and verbal communication.
          • High emotional and social intelligence.
          • Licensing not required, but willingness to take the tests is beneficial.
          • Advanced computer skills including MS Office suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint).

          Company Benefits:

          • Competitive compensation and opportunity for bonus
          • Attractive Benefits Package. Employer pays 95% of Employee’s costs.
          • Vacation + 10 Paid Holidays
          • Lucrative 401k with 6% company match.


          $65,000 - $75,000 + Bonus (DOE)

        • Director of Human Resources
          posting #: 1782

          Director of Human Resources

          Seattle, WA (Eastlake neighborhood)

          The Director of HR is responsible for developing and implementing human resource strategies and processes in support of employee development, engagement, culture, and company growth. You'll foster an environment that allows each team member to contribute fully to maximize their potential and support our mission and culture. The ideal candidate brings a track record of success in property management, designing operationally efficient processes, and earning the trust of employees and leaders.


          Essential Functions

          • Collaborate with executive leadership to define long-term mission and goals, and identify ways to support this mission through talent management.
          • Plan, lead, develop, coordinate, and implement policies, processes, initiatives, and surveys to support the organization's human resource compliance and strategy needs.
          • Administer or oversee the administration of human resource programs including process development, benefits and leave, disciplinary matters, disputes and investigations, performance and talent management, productivity, recognition, and morale, and occupational health and safety;
          • Identifies staffing and recruiting needs; develops and executes best practices for hiring and talent management.
          • Handles discipline and termination of employees.
          • Monitors and ensures the organization's compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations and best practices; reviews and modifies policies and procedures to maintain compliance.
          • Maintains knowledge of trends, best practices, regulatory changes, and new technologies in human resources, talent management, and employment law.
          • Develops and implements departmental budget.
          • Conduct exit interviews, analyze data and make recommendations to the leadership team for continuous improvement.


          Minimum Qualifications

          • 6+ years' experience with increasing responsibility with at least three years of management experience.
          • Experience in the property management industry required.
          • Knowledge of Multi-State Laws/payroll and Federal Labor Laws preferred
          • Degree in HR or a related field strongly preferred.
          • SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) or SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) certification or HRCI -PHR Certification preferred.
          • ADP experience preferred
          • Knowledge of HR concepts, best practices, and procedures
          • Excellent interpersonal and management skills with the ability to direct, motivate, and give constructive feedback


          Pay: $150-175k/year

        • Property Accountant
          posting #: 1772

          Property Accountant

          Seattle, WA

          Work for a growing, commercial focused third-party real estate management company. Our client focuses on delivering superior services to their clients through exceptional tenant and client service while using the best technology available.

          Our client’s recent growth has led to a new position, Property Accountant which will be responsible for all aspects of financial information and reporting for their designated properties, including communicating property financial information to internal and external managers. They have a stable, supportive, and close-knit team and are looking for someone who takes personal initiative, works hard, is self-sufficient and wants to grow and help the company with its growth.


          Property Accountant Responsibilities:

          • Directs the accounting, billing and collection, and other financial functions of the property and coordinates the functions for a more effective operation.
          • Participates in the budgeting process and coordinates information into budget package.
          • Recommends policies and procedures relating to the financial and business practices of the property.
          • Responsible for the preparation of required financial reports, as well as other financial and relate reports as required by clients
          • Verify billings (rent, charges, term, etc.) with leases.
          • Process monthly billings and maintains aging.
          • Apply cash receipts.
          • Implements and administers accounting policies and procedures.
          • Represents the company to the client and public.
          • Responsible for maintenance and retention of property reports and records.
          • Performance of any other duties assigned by immediate supervisor.


          Property Accountant Qualifications:

          • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience preferred.
          • Minimum 2 years successful commercial property accounting experience
          • Proficiency in various software applications and the ability to learn and utilize custom software programs, including Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat, MRI Software, Yardi etc.
          • Must be able to pass a drug screen and a background check, including criminal check.
          • Professional and effective, written and verbal communication skills.
          • Able to multi-task and prioritize.


          Company Benefits:

          • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
          • 401K Plan with Matching
          • Paid time-off and Holidays


          Compensation: $70,000-80,000/year




        • Bookkeeper– Manufacturing Firm
          posting #: 1749

          Bookkeeper– Manufacturing Firm
          Seattle (SODO)

          Are you looking for a new company to take your manufacturing accounting experience to?
          Work with a local longstanding leader in aerospace precision machining and
          manufacturing that not only pays 100% of its employees and dependents medical benefits
          but also credits all of its success to its team.
          With over 50 years in business and revenues at $25M, the team is looking to bring on an
          experienced Bookkeeper or someone in a Staff Accountant or Assistant Bookkeeper role
          looking for that next step in their career.
          This role is open as their current bookkeeper of 20 years is retiring. The goal is to find
          someone who will be another long-term fit for this tight-knit local team.
          Background Profile:

          • Expertise in Manufacturing Accounting Operations.
          • 3+ years’ experience in aerospace manufacturing or other related industries.
          • Working Knowledge of financial statements, job profitability analysis, WIP, and revenue recognition according to GAAP.
          • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or at least three years of related experience.
          • Experience with Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) or Material Requirements.
          • Planning (MRP) systems, Infor Visual Manufacturing preferred.

          Benefits & Appreciation:

          • Medical/Dental/Vision – 100% paid by the employer for employee + dependents.
          • Generous 401k plan and match.
          • Discretionary bonuses.


          Compensation: $95,000-$110,000/year



        • VP of Human Resources
          posting #: 1752

          VP of Human Resources

          Seattle, WA

          A full-service commercial real estate firm, handling building acquisition, development, renovations, and property management, is looking for VP of Human Resourcesto join their dynamic and growing team. The VP of Human resources will be responsible for developing and executing HR strategy in support of the overall business plan and strategic direction of the organization. Specifically, the VP of HR is responsible for talent acquisition, retention, succession planning, talent management, organizational and performance management, training and development, and benefits. The VP of HR provides strategic leadership by articulating HR needs and plans to the executive management team, shareholders, and the board of directors.

          VP of Human Resources Responsibilities:

          • Collaborate with executive leadership to define the organization's long-term mission and goals; identify ways to support this mission through talent management.
          • Function as a strategic business advisor to the executive/senior management of each business unit or specialty group regarding key organizational and management issues.
          • Work with the company's executive management team to establish a sound plan of management succession that corresponds to the strategy and objectives of the company.
          • Establish and implement HR efforts that effectively communicate and support the company’s mission and strategic vision.
          • Develop HR plans and strategies to support the achievement of the overall business operations objectives.
          • Develop and implement comprehensive compensation and benefits plans that are competitive and cost-effective.
          • Provide overall leadership and guidance to the HR function by overseeing talent acquisition, career development, succession planning, retention, training, leadership development, compensation, and benefits globally.
          • Develop comprehensive strategic recruiting and retention plans to meet the human capital needs of strategic goals.
          • Oversee and provide guidance regarding orientation, onboarding and recruitment processes to ensure the attraction, as well as hiring and retention of the best talent to meet business and growth goals.
          • Oversee organization staffing budget, and the budget for the HR department.
          • This position is directly responsible for leading managers of the division and indirectly responsible for all employees within the division.

          VP of Human Resources Profile:

          • A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university strongly preferred; MBA or Master’s in human resources or related field is beneficial.
          • 15+ years of HR or relevant business experience, with at least five years of management or supervisory experience.
          • Experience in the commercial real estate industry is preferred.
          • SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) or SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) certification or HRCI - PHR Certification preferred.
          • Excellent interpersonal and conflict resolution skills.
          • Thorough knowledge of employment-related laws and regulations.
          • Knowledge of and experience with varied human resource information systems.

          Compensation: $170,000-$220,000+bonus/LTIC/ year



        • Senior Accountant
          posting #: 1714

          Senior Accountant

          Seattle, WA


          Are you an outdoor enthusiast and a little bit of an adventurer? Perhaps you’d like to add “Senior Accountant” to your resume and are looking for a new team to work with? If so – work with a leading designer and manufacturer of snowboarding, skiing, surfing, and skateboarding products!

          Not your average office environment, our client is passionate about environmentally conscious craftsmanship, enjoying the great outdoors, and creating a work environment that is laid back, humble, and authentic. This is a unique opportunity to join a tight-knit team working in a fast-paced environment in the outdoor industry.

          The Senior Accountant will assist with general accounting functions, including the monthly close process, preparing journal entries, balance sheet account reconciliations, and assisting with financial statement reporting and consolidation. The ideal candidate should demonstrate strong attention to detail, excellent communication skills, the ability to meet critical deadlines, and manage multiple tasks at once.


          Senior Accountant Responsibilities:

          • Participate in the monthly close process for our domestic and international entities.
          • Accurately reconcile assigned balance sheet accounts, record recurring journal entries, and accruals, and assist with the financial statement consolidation.
          • Maintain reporting for prepaid assets, rent, lease agreements, and related amortization schedules.
          • Maintain reporting and review of royalties, sales commissions, and other contract liabilities.
          • Manage fixed asset reporting, budget tracking, and associated depreciation schedules.
          • Compile recurring bank and lending reporting, including bank reconciliations, borrowing base certificates, and outstanding check reports.
          • Assist with the review of weekly check runs and wire transfer payments to vendors.
          • Assist with annual insurance and other business license renewals.
          • Provide support for the annual financial statement audit and other external reviews.
          • Oversee annual 1099 reporting, in conjunction with Accounts Payable.
          • Work with Accounting Manager to continuously improve accounting controls and procedures; provide recommendations to drive process improvement initiatives.
          • Provide backup and support as needed in all areas of the Accounting team, including Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable.


          Senior Accountant Profile:

          • 3+ years of accounting experience. BS in Accounting or Finance preferred.
          • Experience with accounting consolidation of foreign entities with non-US currencies.
          • Advanced Microsoft Office skills, with an emphasis on Excel skills (pivot table and v-lookup proficiency), with the ability to maintain/design/build reconciliations.
          • Excellent organizational, time management, and communication skills.


          Company Benefits & Culture:

          • 100% of products focused on sustainability.
          • Work a remote schedule that is Monday – Thursday (4 – 10’s)
          • This industry has a ton of perks. They have unique employee benefits- discounts on outdoor apparel and other brands. Get a free set of skis or snowboard every year!
          • 2+ weeks of Paid Time-off and 10 paid holidays and 3 floating + sick time.
          • 401K plan.


          Compensation: $80,000-$85,000/year

        • 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: $80,000-$120,000/year




        • HR Manager - Construction
          posting #: 1512

          Human Resources Manager

          South Seattle, WA (this is an in-office role 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. They will handle related policies and procedures that govern recruiting, hiring, training, employee benefits, and other corporate initiatives that are designed to support employees in their personal and professional experience throughout their lifecycle.

          The ideal candidate will have prior experience in the construction industry, must be able to safeguard 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 CFO.

          HR Manager Responsibilities

          • Assist in the recruiting process, communicating with recruiters, and helping with career fairs
          • Coordinate interviews with hiring managers and completing reference checks
          • Facilitate onboarding, new hire paperwork, orientations, and DMV/Background/Drug Screening
          • Review accuracy of and process new hire paperwork and create and maintain new hire files
          • Enroll and notify employees of eligibility for client-sponsored benefits
          • Maintain and update corporate policy and procedures as necessary
          • Collaborate with payroll coordinator as needed for benefits, deductions, etc.
          • Partner with other departments (ex. Safety and Leadership) and act as support where needed
          • Assist in tracking company Training, Safety, Certifications, and Meeting Participation
          • Prepare and file annual ACA Reporting
          • Review employee benefits and elections ensuring everything is accurate and up to date
          • Coordinate with third parties for administration of benefit plans
          • Perform customer service functions by answering employee requests and questions
          • Help support other initiatives of the organization
          • Assist with the annual raise and review process
          • Provide backup administrative support and assist in clerical functions
          • Develop a thorough understanding of and conduct research applicable to changing industry standards, laws, and other regulations, especially related to the Construction industry

          HR Manager Requirements:

          • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources Management or a Related Field is Preferred
          • HR Certification (PHR or SHRM) is a Plus
          • Ability to Maintain Absolute Confidentiality and Discretion
          • Highly Organized and Ability to Meet Deadlines
          • Experience in the Construction Industry Preferred
          • Ability to Learn Quickly, Maintain Professional Demeanor in Stressful Situations
          • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite required, Viewpoint/Vista experience is a Plus
          • Valid Washington State Driver’s License with the Ability to Provide Proof of a Clean Driving Record
          • Able to Pass a Pre-employment Drug Screening and a Criminal Background Check


          Compensation: $75,000-$95,000/year


        • Project Manager
          posting #: 1691

          Project Manager

          Portland, OR

          Work for an employee-owned company! Our client, a PNW-based Commercial GC, is seeking a talented Project Manager to join their growing team. This firm has a strong backlog of large-scale commercial projects, offering stability and growth opportunities in the coming years.

          As a Project Manager, you will follow the assigned project from the preconstruction phase through the close-out and warranty period, delivering excellent project management services and, most importantly, building relationships with your clients and teams.

          Company Information:

          • This PNW-based Commercial GC has been in business for over 100 years. They have a strong commitment to making a positive impact for their clients and the community.
          • They specialize in healthcare, office, high rise, hospitality, life science, education, and tech TI projects throughout the Pacific Northwest.

          Leadership & Culture:

          • The Project Manager will be working closely with the leadership team.
          • Open and inclusive management style with a “lead by example” style.
          • Collaborative culture.
          • Engaged, energized team of people committed to the company’s mission.

          Benefits & Appreciation:

          • Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, and Disability Insurance offered.
          • 401K with a competitive match, plus an HSA.
          • Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) available for all employees.
          • Profit Sharing Bonuses.

          Project Manager Background Profile:

          • At least 5 years of general contracting experience, with experience running and completing multiple commercial projects.
          • Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management, Engineering, or a related field, or the equivalent in years of experience.
          • Experience in preconstruction planning, estimating, subcontractor bidding, and scheduling.
          • Experience in leading, training, and mentoring team members.


          Compensation: $110,000-$140,000/year



        • Residential Operations Manager – Developer/Property Manager
          posting #: 1678

          Residential Operations Manager – Developer/Property Manager

          Auburn, WA

          Take your leadership and property management expertise and work for one of the most active and influential real estate developers in the Puget Sound region. This market leader is a locally owned developer and property management company with more than 35 years of experience. As their Residential Operations Manager you will work with a collaborative team of experts and a profitable portfolio that is on track for growth.

          As the Residential Operations Manager you will oversee your team of Regional Property Managers and the Maintenance Director. Your focus will be to not only support, mentor and train your team (on-site experience is a must), but also work to identify process and technology improvements (Yardi and Happy Co.).

          If you are a proven leader in the multi-family property management arena, can be in the trenches with your on-site teams, excel at digging in and finding process and technology improvements, and want to work for a company that has created a positive and innovative atmosphere for is collaborative team, this could be your next career move!

          Company Information:

          • The company is recognized as one of the leaders in managing multifamily, industrial, and retail properties in the Pacific Northwest.
          • They develop Class A industrial, residential, and commercial projects.
          • The company has been on a consistent growth path and are currently ~4,500 multi-family units and over 4M sf of commercial and industry assets.
          • Through their affiliated companies, the owners develop the properties they manage, which supports their long-term investment in the communities where our residents live, work and play.

          Leadership & Culture:

          • Residential Operations Manager will be reporting to Vice President of Residential Property Management.
          • Open and inclusive management with a “lead by example” style.
          • Collaborative, open culture.
          • Engaged, energized team of people committed to the company’s mission.

          Benefits & Appreciation:

          • Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability, and Life Insurance.
          • 401K plan with matching.
          • Health Care and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA).
          • Employee Assistance Plan (EAP)
          • Paid time-off and holidays.

          Residential Operations Manager Background Profile:

          • At least 7 years of progressive multifamily property management experience, with a proven track record of leadership. 2+ years of higher level management (overseeing multiple sites)
          • Experience in Yardi and its accounting and property management modules.
          • Proficient in Microsoft Office suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook), Yardi and RentMax; Experience with Avid preferred.
          • Must be an exceptional strategic leader with a strong ownership mindset to consistently and proactively seek ways to grow and improve the business.
          • Strong financial analysis skills, including developing and managing budgets & reading and understanding financial statements.
          • Strong communication skills, including excellent writing, presenting, and public speaking abilities.
          • Excellent analytical, problem-solving and decision-making skills.


          Compensation: $145,000-$180,000/year


        • 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


        • Delivery Driver- Construction Industry
          posting #: 1628

          Delivery Driver- Construction Industry

          Snoqualmie, WA

          Our client, an established construction equipment rental company, is looking to add a Delivery Driver to their team. This role would be responsible for the movement of equipment in and out of the equipment yard, preparing equipment for delivery to customers, and ensuring that the equipment is returned. Other duties would include inventory management and general facility maintenance. The ideal candidate will be someone reliable, able to work with minimal supervision, with forklift experience, and a great driving record.

          Delivery Driver Responsibilities:

          • Load and unload trucks with daily merchandise to be delivered to sites.
          • Properly secure load on truck and trailer.
          • Perform routine inspections of delivery vehicles to ensure road safety.
          • Plan route to and from sites and adjust for traffic and/or construction.
          • Deliver merchandise to sites and contact the appropriate personnel if they are not present.
          • Note if any items have been damaged upon return from the site, and prepare/ maintain records according to company policies and procedures.
          • Routinely be on sites, ensuring proper use of PPE and safe demonstration of loading and unloading techniques.


            • Valid driver's license and acceptable driving record.
            • Strong mechanical skills.
            • Ability to work independently and as a team.
            • Ability to tow and generally operate a truck.
            • Forklift experience.
            • Forklift certification is a plus.


            A note on physical demands and work environment:

            PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here represent those that must be met by an employee to perform the essential functions of this job successfully. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

            Must be able to reach above shoulder level occasionally; bend at waist level and below waist level; must be able to climb ladders and all types of equipment at loading and delivery sites; must be able to spend 70 % of the day standing and walking on surfaces such as bare ground, mud, gravel, concrete, wood and metal; must be able to lift more than 50 lbs.


            Compensation: $22-$25/hour




          • 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.


            Compensation: $80,000-$105,000/year