Assistant Controller

Job ID
2018-3787
Category
Financial
Location
San Diego, CA

Overview

Be a part of CalAtlantic Group, Inc. where building the dream of home from coast to coast is our mission. Our culture is established from great leadership and dynamic teams across the country, driven to become the preferred builder of choice for customers, employees and shareholders. As the nation’s fourth largest residential homebuilder, CalAtlantic Homes proudly operates in 19 states serving 43 major markets. As a talented organization with a long proven history of success, CalAtlantic provides you the opportunity to join this outstanding team in the new homebuilding industry.

 

Our San Diego Division is looking for an Assistant Controller. Reporting to our VP Finance, the person will process accounting information for various departments for report preparation and support the VP Finance as needed.

Responsibilities

Key Responsibilities:

  • Prepare account/bank reconciliations on a monthly basis
  • Produce monthly financial statements
  • Prepare journal entries and record in accounting system
  • Assist with monthly close
  • Calculate various monthly allocations
  • Periodic reviews of job cost data reports and project budget reports
  • Assist accounts payable with researching
  • Prepare updated job cost reports
  • Set up general ledger accounts for new projects
  • Perform operational analysis and financial forecasting
  • Prepare/process and review various weekly/monthly reports

Qualifications

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in accounting required
  • CPA a must
  • Minimum of 3-5 years accounting experience.
  • Big public accounting experience required with 1 of the top 10 preferred.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel is required and JD Edwards experience is preferred
  • Accuracy, analytical skills and attention to detail are required
  • Strong multi-tasking skills; must manage responsibilities under strict deadlines

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