Robert Half International Property Accountant in Seattle, Washington
Title: Property Accountant
Salary: DOE, Benefits and Bonus
Location: Seattle, WA
Full cycle A/P for the development projects from invoice processing to check writing, reporting, vendor compliance and research
Review and accurately report on all construction pay applications
Prepare and maintain monthly proformas, bank draws, budgets & forecasts
Effectively communicate with development team on budget concerns or overages
Post cash impacts from wires, ach, etc., bank reconciliations
Manage contract administration on development projects
Year end 1099 preparation
Coordinate the setup of new properties for project development accounting, setting up bank accounts
An accounting degree or work experience equivalent with a minimum of 3 years of direct accounting experience in the real estate industry
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Strong computer skills as well as proficiency in the Microsoft Office suite
Strong organizational skills, ability to adapt to multiple demands, set priorities and achieve results on a timely basis
Analytical thinker and ability to readily grasp new concepts and adapt to a fast paced, everchanging environment
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