Job #1805: Controller - NYC (8-4-22)

Job Title



New Jersey


Commensurate with experience

Core duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.


· Supervise all aspects of accounting, including financial reporting, budgeting, cash management, accounts receivable and accounts payable for a 3rd party managed stabilized portfolio.

· Monitor budget to actual performance during the year and calculate special assessment billing for unanticipated expenditures.

· Oversee month end close process and preparation of monthly financial reports.

· Provide timely and accurate analysis of operating performance, budgets and financial trends.

· Prepare/review true-up recoveries for CAM, tax, insurance and management fees.

· Review accounts payable and approve invoices for payment on a regular basis.

· Review accounts receivable aging and rent roll reports, recommend actions for any delinquent receivables.

· Review all leases and ensure they are entered into the accounting system.

· Ensure that all lease related obligations are paid in full and timely, facilitating default notices as needed.

· Assist with integrating newly acquired properties into the accounting system

· Prepare/ review annual budgets including input from property management and leasing.

· Prepare reforecast financial packages, including: variance analysis, amortization schedules, leasing assumptions, capital forecasts, deferred maintenance charges and others.

· Work closely with outside accountants and review financial statements and tax returns for accuracy and completeness.

· Review Tenant Direct Billbacks (utilities, tenant specific charges, tenant requests).

· Manage client relationships and ensure services are provided on a timely basis.

· Collaborate with property management and leasing teams on a regular basis.

· Assist Asset Managers with operations decisions for real estate assets as needed.

· Assist Senior Property Controller with any special requests or accounting matters.

· Review monthly cash flow analysis to determine capital contributions/distributions.





· Directly or indirectly supervise staff members and provide overall guidance.

· Interview, hire and train staff members, including: planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining staff; addressing complaints and resolving issues.




Bachelor’s degree (B.A. or B.S.) in Accounting or Finance from a four-year school required

5+ years related experience.

CPA required.

Tax experience is a plus.

Real estate related accounting software (Yardi ideal) and Excel



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