Boise Cascade has an exciting opening for a Location Controller/Administrative Manager! Do you have strong experience in accounting? Strong leader? Experience in HR a plus! Please review the responsibilities and needed qualifications below and apply today!
What is a Controller responsible for?
This position works Monday - Friday and is not remote as it requires a leadership presence at the facility.
A Day in the life of a Controller:
A Controller’s primary responsibility is to oversee all of the accounting-related activities within a branch location, which means their day-to-day often includes the management of people, an admin department, and company policies. They often also review credit transactions and requests, prepare financial statements, collaborate with the management team, participate in safety committee, and help associates with questions related to benefits, onboarding, and payroll.
Please review the responsibilities and needed qualifications below and apply today!
Responsible for location accounting and control functions including coordination of associates for month-end closings, order entry, receivables, payables, and inventory/payables reconciliation. General Accounting: Manages the general accounting cycles related to distribution, information services and payroll functions for a location. Supervises all accounting activities associated with the general ledger, receiving, invoicing, inventory control, accounts receivable and accounts payables. Interact and problems solve daily activities between sales, operations and accounting. Ensure compliance with all policies and processes are followed. Information Services: Manages the information systems for the operation (hardware and software), trains users, and troubleshoots hardware issues. Interact with division and corporate information services, as necessary. Functions as the branch Agility expert; assisting admin personnel in problem solving for Agility entries. Administrative Functions: Manages all administrative functions for a location. Negotiates procurement contracts for equipment and supplies not handled by division or corporate departments. Coordinates with staff to ensure employee relations administration, including the recruiting process, benefit questions, new-employee orientations, and new-hire and termination documentation and other HR tasks including payroll, benefits, workers' compensation, FMLA, EEO and AAP are completed in a professional and timely manner. Supervises location and accounting staff members. Responsible for payroll administration (record keeping) at the location. In conjunction with the product managers, manages periodic inventories of all products physically located on site. Special Projects: Handles special projects as assigned, such as: Coordinates sales and marketing promotional programs (catalog development by providing administrative and technical support), sales promotions or location "open house," etc. Responsible for demonstrating a commitment to the process of continuous improvement, identifying and responding actively and with sensitivity to the needs of all customers and be open and responsive to change.
Basic Qualifications: College degree in business or accounting and minimum five (5) years accounting/financial background for Level II; seven (7) years for Level III. Requires supervisory experience, excellent communication skills and demonstrated positive interpersonal skills. Must have a minimum of five (5) years experience in accounts receivable management and financial analysis, including ratio analysis, sources and uses of funds, and knowledge of legal remedies and limitations. Incumbent must have demonstrated leadership qualities and the ability to interface well with customers and all levels of company personnel.
Preferred Qualifications: Basic knowledge of the building materials industry preferred. Proficient in utilizing PC software applications necessary for performing job responsibilities.