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Comptroller CFO Amana, IA
WRH, Inc. a.k.a. Wendler Construction, Inc. is a general construction firm that offer construction services to the industrial, commercial, municipal, and utility industries in eastern Iowa. Projects include municipal water and wastewater projects, flood mitigation, drilled pier foundations, coffer dams, heavy civil, industrial maintenance, plus many others. We self perform excavation, underground utilities, site work, cast in place and precast concrete, carpentry, process equipment installations, and process piping. We offer career advancement, excellent pay and fringe benefits to our employees at all levels.
Established in 1973 and still growing. Come grow with us!
CONTROLLER - CFO
Responsible for preparing and maintaining corporate financial and accounting records and reports for the company. Responsible for monitoring cash activity and related balances, tracking and maintaining contract costs and billings (including estimated costs to complete and contract gross margins). Also responsible for tax compliance for the Company.
BUSINESS CONTACTS (Internal and External):
Internal: CEO, President, CFO, Vice President’s, project manager, department managers, all other branches, staff.
External: Outside auditors and CPA’s, legal counsel, banks, vendors, customers, state and federal agencies and insurance agents.
REPORTS TO: Chief Executive Officer
A. FINANCIAL/ACCOUNTING RESPONSIBLITIES:
1. Prepares and maintains all Company financial records. Prepares monthly and annual statements including income statements and balance sheets. Maintain current contract and cost detail, WIP reports, equipment inventory records, depreciation schedules, accounts payable, accounts receivable, and notes receivable/payable details. Responsible for general ledger accounting by division and for all branches and/or subsidiaries.
2. Assisting in and establishing all appropriate accounting policies and methods. Stays current with all new and proposed accounting rules and principles, alerting management to any significant items affecting the Company’s financial reporting or presentation.
3. Works closely with independent auditor in preparation of year-end financial statements. Coordinates preparations of necessary audit workpapers, etc., for outside auditors.
4. Provides all necessary or required financial reports to the following:
a) CEO, President, CFO, Vice President’s
b) Bank/or other lending or financial sources
c) Suppliers, vendors
d) Division Managers
5. Responsible for timely processing and control of the following accounting areas:
a) Contract costs and revenue
b) Billings and accounts receivables
c) Cash disbursement and accounts payable
d) Equipment/Inventory accounting
e) General ledger accounting
f) Various subsidiary ledgers
6. Other accounting responsibilities:
a) Accounting for equipment purchase and related financing, etc.
b) Financial and accounting internal controls
c) Inter-company balances and transactions
B. CORPORATE MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBLITIES:
1. Assists top management in long range strategic planning, including formulation of Company’s corporate strategy and focus.
2. Assists in preparation of annual budgets and forecasts. This includes responsibility for individual division and subsidiary budgets, as well as the overall corporate budget. Also includes preparation and monitoring of capital budgets.
3. Responsible for development and timely preparation of various management reports. Also responsible for interpreting results and information provided in reports, assisting upper management and departmental managers in understanding information provided.
4. Assists in monitoring and management of Company’s management information systems, including review and selection of computer software and hardware, and ongoing development and evaluation of systems. Also responsible for ongoing personnel training and support including development of appropriate programs and reports.
C. CASH MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITY:
1. Responsible for daily cash management, including ongoing monitoring of bank credit lines and cash balances.
2. Assists in the determination of the Company’s credit and collection policies, monitoring of bad debts and other related items. Also responsible for maintenance of appropriate records concerning sales tax exemptions, etc.
D. CORPORATE TAX RESPONSIBLITIES;
1. Assist in the preparation of annual income tax returns and planning and development of related corporate tax strategies.
2. Responsible for sales and fuel tax reporting, heavy vehicle tax returns.
3. Responsible for preparation of federal excise tax returns.
4. Responsible for proper filing of all payroll tax returns.
E. PAYROLL RESPONSIBLITIES:
1. Responsible for Company’s payroll administration, including proper accounting of payroll costs to contracts, division, etc. Assists in the calculation of bonuses and other incentives as appropriate.
2. Monitors all state and federal regulations concerning employees and insures that Company policies are in compliance.
F. RISK MANAGEMENT AND LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Works with CFO, President and other mangers in review and maintenance of business insurance policies. Provides information for policy renewals and audits.
2. Responsible for timely licensing of all company vehicles and transfer of titles on vehicles/trailers sold. Maintains current vehicle list and provides such information to current insurance carriers.
3. Assists as appropriate in the coordination of Company’s legal involvements (attorney’s, lawsuits, customers, etc.).
1. Responsible for supervision of accounting staff including hiring, training, counseling, discipline, performance reviews and termination if necessary.
2. Responsible for compliance with OSHA standards as they apply to the office area.
3. Works to maintain “CPA” status, including completing necessary seminars and classes to maintain accounting and tax skills at required levels.
4. Complete special projects as assigned by CEO, President, CFO or other Vice President’s.
H. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE POSITION
1. The ability to sit and work at computer for extended periods (2+ hours at a time).
2. Able to utilize a phone and converse with vendors, customers, etc.
3. Able to lift 20 lbs. on an occasional basis.
4. Able to work extended hours during various times of the year (over 12 hours per day at peak period).
Family Health Insurance
401K with 4% match
Equity Stock Options
Miniumum 5 years in public or private accounting.
Minimum 4 year accounting