Accounting Manager

EAccounting Manager
L. M. Olson, Inc. with offices in Rawlins, WY is offering you the opportunity to join our team as the
Accounting Manger. Our company is a commercial general contractor building projects throughout the
State of Wyoming.
Essential Functions/Duties & Responsibilities -
Accounting Manager will oversee and is responsible for all financial accounting, reporting and
implementing procedures and internal controls for the Company operations. Responsible for Payroll,
Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable and General Accounting functions. Process payment request by
subcontractors and vendors and prepare monthly construction billings. Responsible for preparation of
monthly internal reports and financial statements. Maintain information for, and prepare all state and
federal reports. Interface with company President, Chief Financial Officer and outside accounting
professionals. Oversee office staff supporting accounting department and other full and part-time staff
in office. Other duties as assigned.
Position Requirements -
Solid understanding of accrual-based accounting. High level proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite,
Excel, Outlook, and Word. ComputerEase experience a plus. Must be detailed oriented, well organized
and able to work independently and as part of a team. Ability to execute under time constraints.
Education and Experience -
To qualify you must have 3-5 years of general ledger accounting experience. Bachelor's Degree in
Accounting/Finance or similar field of study is preferred. Previous work experiences in construction
office a plus.
We are an equal opportunity employer who provides excellent health insurance and retirement benefits
to our full-time employees and prefer to hire non-smokers.

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