The Staff Accountant is responsible for the general ledger and assists in monthly financial reporting. This position reports directly to the Senior Accountant, and indirectly to the Controller.
Responsibilities and duties include: Reconciling the various companies’ bank accounts, preparing monthly general ledger account analyses, preparing spreadsheets to track insurance and bond payments, creating Timberline reports or Excel spreadsheets to analyze accounts, preparing and writing journal entries and cash receipt entries, tracking and account for all monthly owner requisitions and subcontractor payments into Timberline, preparing and analyzing the project’s financial schedules, reconciling Owner Change Orders, Backcharges and Subcontractor Change Orders, preparing The Grunley Companies' Financial Statements, assisting in the annual audit of Grunley’s Consolidated Financial Statements with the independent auditors, filing/scaning any related documentation.
Candidates should have at least two (2) years of financial accounting experience as well as Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or Business Administration.
Must have a knowledge of the following: generally accepted accounting principles, accounting disciplines of general ledger, subsidiary ledgers-accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll and job cost.
Grunley Construction Company, Inc. is a full-service, award-winning construction firm with expertise in high-profile, complex projects for both public and private sector customers. Headquartered in the Washington metropolitan area, Grunley specializes in constructing new facilities as well as additions, renovations, restorations and modernizations of large-scale commercial, institutional and government buildings. We have a staff of over 310 construction industry professionals, including architects, engineers, LEED® Accredited Professionals, historic preservation experts, project executives, project managers, superintendents, tradesmen and support staff. Our annual revenues are $350 million and our bonding capacity is $1 billion aggregate.