A local commercial and multi-family residential developer, based in Vancouver with an impressive track record of skyline defining projects, are currently searching for a Project Accountant for their team. This role will join a busy team that are currently engaged in multiple projects across the lower mainland and down into the United States.
As a company, this team pride themselves on delivering the highest quality product to their customer from architectural design through to the final finishes of the building. The team is a diverse, dynamic group who are very engaged with a high-performance mentality and the motivation to deliver to their clients.
The Project Accountant will join the accounting team with the objective of managing and optimizing the performance of project sites across the company’s real estate portfolio. They will assist in the day-to-day accounting of selected development properties and support the business to find the most efficient utilization for the property. Key responsibilities will include preparing journal entries, preparing loan and construction draws, PUD and other account reconciliations. Also, the Project Accountant will be responsible for ensuring the accuracy of forecasts for development properties. The position will work closely with the senior leadership team and will support other areas of the business as required.
The successful candidate will ideally have at least two years of experience in project or development accounting, within the real estate sector. They will be self-motivated and possess a high level of professionalism, strong computer skills including Word and Excel. Strong verbal and written communication skills with the ability to work effectively in an individual setting and excellent work ethic and attention to detail.
To apply, please send your resume, in word format, to Graham at Taylor Ryan Executive Search Partners quoting “Project Accountant” in the subject: Graham@TaylorRyan.com.
We thank all candidates in advance but only qualified candidates will be contacted