Alberici Group, LLC is currently seeking a Financial Coordinator to add to our St. Louis-based Financial Services group. The Financial Coordinator processes information from the project managers, project site and accumulated project cost to compile owner invoices and secondary invoicing. This role processes subcontractor invoices, making payments, issuing, collecting and recording lien waivers, and dealing with subcontractors on a regular basis; works closely with Alberici accounting department to obtain invoicing information; and provides accurate information for monthly project reconciliation.
Founded in 1918, Alberici is a diversified construction company recognized for superior quality and customer service. With operations throughout North America and clients around the world, we offer general contracting, construction management, and design-build solutions across a broad range of market segments.
Working at Alberici means satisfaction in knowing the work you do helps improve the lives of others. In turn, we continually invest in the development of our employees to provide them with fulfilling careers.
Come build your career with Alberici -- where tomorrow gets built today.
The Financial Coordinator is accountable for the following:
Cost Accounting Responsibilities:
Spreads Original Estimate, Approved Change Orders, Billings and Pending money onto Estimate Sheets and into various categories such as pay item, cost code, description, insurance code, man-hours, quantity, unit of measure, labor, IT&F, material, equipment rental, subcontractors, etc. to allow for data entry into system.
Assigns cost code numbers to new and open project estimates utilizing the established standard codes and assigning miscellaneous codes as required.
Processes information from field personnel / Financial Manager, updating the labor productivity reports, project labor percentages of completion and quantities.
Processes information from field personnel / Financial Manager, updating the expense or projected cost compared to estimate.
Issues reports per requests from various departments.
Finds and writes journal entries to change incorrect project numbers or cost codes and notify Accounts Payable, including invoices that have already been processed.
Reads and becomes familiar with the owner's contract or purchase order with respect to the format required by the owner for billing as well as other contract requirements such as terms of payment, retainer withheld, funding, etc.
Works in close conjunction with other financial services departments, Project Engineers and Managers, Vice Presidents and Executive Vice Presidents with respect to coordinating all accounting facets in order to provide the client an invoice.
Processes the application for payment both to the owner as well as through internal systems.
Processes subcontractor invoices; frequent communication with subcontractors.
Processes disbursements to those applicable subcontractors relative to the client's project.
Issues change orders to the subcontractors when required by alterations from the owner to the Company or from the Company to the subcontractor.
Processes waivers, affidavits, sworn statements and various other reports as so required in the language of the client's contract.
Qualified candidates will possess, at a minimum, a Bachelor's degree or equivalent in Accounting, Finance, or other financial-related field or 3-5 years of construction accounting experience.