Midwest Cost Accounting Manager
Tecta America Corp. - Aurora, IL

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A new era in roofing.
From our beginning in 2000, Tecta America embraced a new vision for the commercial roofing industry.
An industry where roof problems are viewed as business problems that need to be solved–quickly and effectively.

Where horticulturists work side-by-side with solar finance experts.

Where customers reduce long-term costs through lifecycle roof management.

Where strong manufacturer relationships lead to more options and the best solutions.

Where talented personnel around the country can be called upon for any emergency, anywhere.

Where clients receive higher levels of quality, professionalism, safety, value and overall satisfaction.

And from this foundation would emerge a new, better kind of roofing company, fully equipped to meet the demands of today’s businesses. A roofing company that would establish a new blueprint for success and lead the industry in the new millennium.
At Tecta America, we are Roofing Redefined.

The Position:
The Cost Accounting Manager will oversee all cost accounting aspects for all construction units in the Midwest Region to ensure integrity in financial data and adherence to company polices. This position will report directly to the Controller.

Specific Responsibilities:
The following are the primary responsibilities of this role:
Develop labor burden and overhead cost standards. Monitor and adjust standards as necessary.

Monitor absorption of overhead costs

Prepare work in process reports for operations meetings

Attend operations meetings

Enter job budget adjustments based on operations meetings

Assist in project cost analysis on larger bids

Review Setup of new Project Cards (PMs perform actual setup including Site)

Reconcile Project Costs to general ledger

Prepare Estimated Costs to Complete on Bonded Jobs

Prepare & Post Over/Under billing adjustments

Prepare Contract Profit Report

Review account reconciliations

Assist with developing and implementing inventory control procedures

Monitor levels and assist units to minimize amounts and increase turnover

Oversee physical inventories

Document/Manage Resource Sharing between units

Perform special projects


Four year college degree preferably in accounting

At least 5 years of cost accounting and inventory control experience preferably in a construction environment

Ability to travel at least 25%

Excellent PC software skills

Strong communication and organization skills