Controller or Senior Accountant in DFW, TX

  • Full Time
  • DFW, TX

Website Blackwood partners llc

We are exclusively representing a young, progressive, private real estate company that specializes in ground-up development of high-end multifamily, single-family, mixed-use, garden office and retail. Their internal construction group functions as a turn-key design-build general contractor for the majority of their and their partners’ projects. They are currently seeking a Controller or Senior Accountant in DFW, TX.

Innovative culture and the “strength of the team” are what they feel makes them truly unique.  As a “people first” organization, they value the strengths of their employees and support everyone’s unique approach to the execution of projects.

Role: Controller or Senior Accountant

Location: Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex

Generate monthly and year-end financial statements for the firms’ companies. Oversee all accounts receivable, accounts payable, and cash management activities. Create draw trackers and produce draw packages sent off to debt and equity partners. Perform budgeting, forecasting, and cash flow analysis.

Position Insight:

The company’s current Controller has elected to pursue his MBA and will be leaving them at the end of July.  They are very sorry to see him go but have valued his proactive, collaborative, and detailed approach to the role to date. They would like to bring in his replacement as soon as possible so there is as much overlap before he leaves at the end of July.

Advancement Opportunity: In addition, this role reports to the current CFO. His role, going forward may transition to the Capital side of the business. Meaning, the person stepping into this position will have the opportunity to develop and grow into the CFO role.

They have a variety of projects in various phases of design and development which offers them an extremely healthy pipeline of activity going forward. There will be a LOT of Growth.

Essential Functions of a Controller or Senior Accountant:

  • Manages all financial transactions, including accounts payable, receivable, and payroll.
  • They monitor financial statements, budgets, and tax compliance issues.
  • They are responsible for ensuring the accuracy of financial statements and protecting assets by establishing internal controls. They may also conduct audits, advise senior leadership on financial matters, and help guide the company’s strategic financial decisions.
  • May perform full-cycle accounting, including entering invoices, processing payments, and reporting on KPIs. They may also participate in annual evaluations, prepare data, and bill customers. 

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