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Controller

Controller for Construction Co./ Property Management Co. (Tampabay area (Pasco))
compensation:
$40k to $60k commensurate with experience
Overall Focus:
Set/maintain the business direction and strategy and evaluate company operations/profitability.
Acting Controller, Run PO system. Provide the leadership, resources, and direction needed to accomplish the groups objectives. Participate in the development and implementation of corporate strategy Implement the corporate branding strategy in the group. Responsibilities:
P&L Management:
NOI forecasting and maintenance projections Revenue and income projections, Risk management, Cash flow. Setting Ad budget, Hiring approval, Training and development and planning Organizational structure and staffing, Career pathing, Development, Retention, and Oversee and direct the administrative and support functions. Strategic subcontractor management Procuring Work Approve estimates, general conditions.. Determine project selection Responsible for the development, implementation, and proposal process General Manager Measurements P&L Management Net operating Estimate to actual performance on budgets and forecasts.
Human Capital Management Turn over of personnel Subordinate feedback Timeliness of reviews Client Management Client feed back to owners, subcontractors Number of activities on outreach Number of new customers served Percent of repeat working number of projects, and as a percent of revenue. We are using QB Pro for accounting software.
Candidate should possess 5 years experience as a controller and expert knowledge of QB.
Valid drivers license and reliable transportation.
A real plus would be familiarity with construction, especially sinkhole remediation (compaction grouting, underpinning, helical installation)
Insurance Company related work and Property Management experience.
National Company with great products and reputation.
Health Insurance Offered.
Please send resume, experience and requested compensation to this email.


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