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Harrell Remodeling Inc.
Would you like to work for an Employee Owned Company?
Harrell Remodeling, a Residential Design + Build firm in Palo Alto, is looking for the right person to be our next Finance and Human Resources Manager.
You have the following attributes:
We are an award winning Residential Design + Build Company with approximately 40 employees, and 10 million in annual revenues. We are known for our award-winning designs, excellent construction crews and craftsmanship, our 100% Employee-Owned (ESOP) Company and a proven business process with 32+ years in business. We take pride in our collaborative culture.
The Finance & Human Resources Manager position oversees and manages the financial aspects of the business: In addition to financial reports, this includes analytical reports, cash management, ESOP and 401K Administration, Insurance and Benefits Administration, and supervision of two staff. The Manager possesses the technical accounting experience to manage all operations of the accounting department. The Manager is responsible for the preparation, analysis and reporting of the monthly, quarterly and annual financials to the management team and others as required. The Manager is responsible for the Human Resources operations, including recruitment, training and development, terminations, performance evaluations, workers compensation, and legal issues.
If you meet all requirements, please provide the following to email@example.com:
- Cover letter stating your interest in the position, experience, and salary requirements
- Resume indicating your past role and responsibilities
It is suggested that you become familiar with our company prior to applying for this position by reviewing our website: www.harrell-remodeling.com. Principals only, recruiters, please do not contact this job poster.
Please do not call, we will review your information electronically, and contact you.
Contact Person Susan Pines
Ad Number 00002886
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