TEAM CULTURE & CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Experience the difference of being employed by the Mechanical Contractor of Choice in New York State and beyond. John W. Danforth Company, a 100% employee owned organization, is seeking talented and highly motivated professionals to fill 3 different roles inside the Accounting Department:
Accounting Associate Accounts Payable Administrator Payroll Clerk
As one of the largest mechanical contractors in the Northeast, Danforth has been cutting edge in delivering industry-leading experiences to our customers every day while building meaningful internal and external relationships since 1884.
Accounting Associate: Responsible for ensuring timely and accurate billing and cash receipt postings for Construction and Service projects. Accounting Associate must effectively communicate with operations and finance teams regarding billing, contract documents, change orders and other contract modifications, approvals, and any additional services related to billing.
Other Key Responsibilities include Setting up new jobs in Accounting Software, providing clear, concise, and timely communication to external and internal customers, reconciling any discrepancies that arise, approaching tasks with a sense of urgency to meet deadlines, identifying and implementing action plans and process improvements and perform other accounting-related duties as required.
Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance
Accounts Payable Administrator Responsible for carrying out accounting duties and tasks related to processing company accounts payable and purchasing transactions.
Other Key Responsibilities include Performing the day-to-day processing of accounts payable transactions, preparing invoices for data entry, reconciling vendor statements, analyzing and processing subcontractor applications for payment, and maintaining vendor records and contact information.
Requirements: Associate’s Degree in Business Administration
Payroll Clerk: Assisting the payroll department with collecting, verifying, and entering timesheets, employee information, and payroll data into the system. Resolves payroll discrepancies by collecting and analyzing information and responding to questions and requests.
Other Key Responsibilities include: Verifying employees’ work hours and payment through the payroll system, issuing deductions, earnings, and other statements to employees, and updating and maintaining payroll records regularly.
Requirements: Administrative experience in a position that required attention to detail and accuracy and strong clerical, administrative, and general office skills.