Accounting Associate

Job Description Salary: 45K to 65K Benefits: Health, Life, Dental, SIMPLE IRA, Paid Time off A local Fredericksburg, VA construction company is searching for an Accounting Associate (experience working in construction industry a strong plus) who will have the core responsibilities in maintaining the finances, reviewing cost data on projects among other duties. This is a small two-person accounting department. Accounting Associate job Highlights: o AR/AP o Billing commercial, homebuilder, and residential o Posting Payments o Lien releases and other billing documents o Sales & Use Tax o Job Costing o Inventory allocation o Payroll Processing including Garnishments, Certified Payroll, Payroll Software Program (Paychex a plus) o Supporting in preparing management reports for cash flow and bank reconciliations o Supporting Subcontractors and processing and completing Contract,W-9, COI compliance, and 1099 reporting o Assisting with completion of Quarterly tax payments, for Fed, VA, and Md o Depreciation, GL entries, and balance sheet (Preferred) o Supporting HR functions include: Insurance, Health, Dental enrollment, IRA enrollment, 1095, PTO Tracking What we look for in Accounting Associate: o Accounting experience in Construction trade (Preferred) o Degree in Accounting (Preferred but not required) o Experience with accounting software o Have an excellent attention to detail and confidentiality o Proven working experience in Accounting or in a comparative field Job Requirements Maintain and reconcile accounts payable or receivable ledger accounts, financial statements Perform accounts receivable and accounts payable functions Cod invoices to correct general ledger accounts Analyze and reconcile month end accounting entries Maintain all accounts payable and receivable reports, spreadsheets and corporate accounts files Entering invoices through accounts receivable to the general ledger

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