Assistant Vice President/Regional Controller
Our Portland client is looking for an Assistant Vice President/Regional Controller to lead their team. This company of more than 60 years is continuing to grow tremendously and offers employees great company perks and excellent benefits.
This position is temporarily working remotely/hybrid schedules anticipating returning onsite in 2021.
Assistant Vice President/Regional Controller Responsibilities
Maintain reporting systems.
Responsible for budgeting, forecasting, and reporting.
Review and present updates on financial performance.
Supervise, mentor, and coach accounting team members.
Support property closures, acquisitions, and maintaining contracts.
Recommend improvements to accounting operations and procedures.
Conduct trainings and keep up-to-date knowledge related to property accounting.
Oversee audits, reviews, and accounting-related projects.
Assistant Vice President/Regional Controller Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in Accounting required; Masters or CPA preferred.
5+ years of experience in a similar leadership position with previous supervisory experience.
Working knowledge of property accounting and GAAP required.
Exceptional communication and presentation skills.
Strong project management and decision making skills.
VanderHouwen is an award-winning, Women-Owned, WBENC certified professional staffing firm. Founded in 1987, VanderHouwen has been successfully placing experienced professionals throughout the Pacific Northwest and nationwide. Our recruitment teams are highly specialized in either Technology and IT, Engineering, or Accounting and Finance career markets. Our recruiters value building meaningful, professional relationships with each candidate as well as developing honed knowledge of companies' staffing needs and workplaces. Partner with us to land your next exciting career.
VanderHouwen is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in E-Verify. VanderHouwen does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable local, state or federal civil rights laws.