Bookkeeper / Office Manager

We will be hiring a highly motivated, self starter and organized Bookkeeper / Office Manager for our growing HVAC Testing, Adjusting and Balancing firm in Auburn, NH. This is a full-time office position and reports to the Controller (CFO) and the President. A minimum of 10 years of bookkeeping experience is required plus construction accounting skills. Duties consist of, but are not limited to:
job cost accounting
Basic HR functions
Time sheet reconciliation
Payroll (certified, prevailing wages, etc)
Customer contract review
CC receipt tracking and reconciliation
Office management functions
Company growth oriented projects.
Assist in opening field offices
Fill in the gaps for broad level decisions
Assist with marketing / advertising functions
Web site updates / company news
Travel arrangements
Company uniform maintenance
Fleet vehicle maintenance
Implementing operational policies and procedures on a companywide level

About you:

The successful candidate will be able to spearhead their work independently for various projects while still functioning in a team environment. The candidate must be able to multitask and prioritize their daily responsibilities. Key attributes are:
Highly motivated, energetic for fast paced environment
Results oriented, understands the end goal
Super positive attitude
Excellent office computer skills - Outlook, Word, Excel, Internet, QuickBooks
Smart phone savvy, preferably I-Phone (all of our field technicians use I-pads to perform their job)
Must be able to make independent decisions
Must have background with construction industry environment
Very detailed
Appreciates a paperless company (as best as possible)
Understands and supports change to make processes more efficient

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