Property Accountant in Irvine, CA at Vaco

Date Posted: 1/13/2021

Job Snapshot

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    Irvine, CA
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    At least 3 year(s)
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Job Description

Let Vaco serve as your advocate in presenting you to our top clients who are looking for investment banking professionals. Our clients have immediate opportunities for Property Accountants; don't let your resume get lost in the shuffle - let us work for you! At Vaco, we give you an advantage over your competition! Our recruiters have direct relationships with hiring managers, so they can connect your work experience to the open job-promoting your strengths to the manager while preparing you for that specific interview.

Our recruiters will provide you with great insight about trends in the real estate industry - keeping you up to date on compensation expectations, company culture, and growth opportunities. If you are experienced in real estate / property management accounting as a Property Accountant, and you want to partner with the best, apply today!

As a Property Accountant, familiar with real estate and/or property management accounting, you will analyze financial information and prepare financial reports to determine or maintain record of assets, liabilities, profit and loss, tax liability, or other financial activities.

Additional responsibilities of the Property Accountant include:

  • Provide internal and external reporting of a portfolio/property's financial results.
  • Work with Property Management and provide in-depth analysis of the project's financial performance.
  • Support the budgeting process
  • CAM reconciliations
  • Review of data at an intermediate level with limited direction from manager.
  • Prepare recurring and ad hoc reports and analysis with limited direction from manager.
  • Preparation of the monthly financial statement packages for clients. This work includes creating and posting journal entries recorded to the general ledger, fixed asset depreciation and amortization schedules, in-depth review of general ledger and income statement, bank statement reconciliations, in-depth property manager variance comment review, and balance sheet reconciliations.