Our client is a respected Miami law firm and is looking to hire a Controller. In this position you will be working with the general ledger, financial statements, reporting and reconciliations while interacting with the partners and office administrative staff. The accounting department consists of 3 strong staff members. Must have law firm or other professional services in-house accounting experience. Professional office environment within the Downtown Miami area.
Salary Range: $55,000 to $65,000
Please email resume to: JFarrick@KuninAssociates.com
Thursday, December 24, 2009
Thursday, December 10, 2009
Western Broward based company is seeking a dynamic and experienced Controller to manage the key financial activities of growing asset management firm.
Controller is responsible for setting up the accounting/reporting function. The majority of funds are invested in Private Equity funds, hedge funds (funds of funds), partnerships, real estate. This is a detailed, hands-on controllership role. Requirements for the position are: Public accounting or family office experience, Financial Services industry experience, CPA license.
Candidate must also have experience accounting for partnerships and investments. They are a professional casual environment. Great opportunity, high exposure.
Salary Range: $90,000 to $120,000 + Bonus
Email Resume to: JZigman@kuninassociates.com
Our client is a stable prestigious Accounting firm in Miami and is looking to add an Accounting Service Senior. This role requires someone who has excellent technical accounting skills, outstanding interpersonal ability, and is a clear thinker and articulate. You will be responsible for financial statement preparation, general ledger accounting, account analysis, and tax reporting among other duties. 2-5 years experience in public accounting is ideal. Incredible office with a family environment. If you desire a positive career move with advancement possibilities and financial gain then this is the opportunity for you.
Salary Range: $55,000 to $60,000
Email Resume to: JFarrick@KuninAssociates.com
Monday, December 7, 2009
By anthony balderrama
Last week The Chicago Tribune ran an article on job seekers who felt geography was the hindering their job searches. According to the article, “In the first quarter of this year, 14.3 percent [of job seekers who found work] relocated for a job; in the second quarter of 2008, 11.4 percent moved for work.”
We’ve mentioned before the roles of your city and state in job hunting. Location, location, location–it’s not just important to real estate agents. It’s also not an easy move to make, either. If relocation only involved getting a job, people would be hopping across the country without a second thought. However, people tend to have–you know–lives! Family, children, mortgages, schools, sentimental attachments. These factor in to why we live were we live.
Unfortunately, part of life is paying bills and making ends meet. That usually relies on a job. And that brings us back to the question: Would you relocate for a job? Your answer could depend on your occupation. I know that several professors I had in college went where the jobs were. Tenured professors don’t leave and not every school offeres the same courses, so picking a city and assuming you’ll find a job isn’t usually possible.
Therefore one professor who earned his Ph.D. in Victorian literature, which meant only a certain number of relevant openings were available each year. Many medical professionals also follow suit and go where their specialization is needed. If you’re in sales, you could have an easier time finding opportunities throughout the country. However, as the article said, the amount of job seekers outnumbers the amount of job openings. So anyone looking for a job has to address the possibility of relocation. Is it an absolute no for you? Is it a maybe? Is it something you’ll likely do?
To help you make your decision, here are some questions to ask yourself:
1. What is the entire cost of the move itself?
2. What is the comprehensive cost of living adjustment?
3. When is your last day on the old job and your first day of the new one?
4. What are your career opportunities in this new city?
5. What does saying “no” to the relocation mean for your career?
6. If you’re switching employers, what are your career opportunities at the new company?
7. Do you want to move?
There are no rights or wrongs to these answers. You have to decide for yourself what you’re willing to sacrifice and what risks you want to take. Just remember that the decision to relocate is more involved than just changing your address at the Post Office.
If you’ve moved for a job, let us know if it worked out for you. Did you get the job before you moved or did you just move and take a chance?
Article taken from CareerBuilder.com
Kunin Associates is constantly working on new opportunities. Please visit our website www.kuninassociates.com and subscribe to out twice a month newsletter that features the hottest candidates and jobs we are working on.
Growing Miami company is seeking a Budget Analyst with a Bachelors Degree in Accounting or Finance, a minimum of 3 years financial analysis and accounting as well as experience working with grants and advanced PC skills. Responsibilities will include: budget development, analyzing budget performance and variances, reconciliations, and communicating with other departments to accumulate cost information for budgets and Grants Analysis. Very friendly and professional environment.
Email Resume to: Jfarrick@kuninassociates.com
Salary Range: According to experience
Friday, December 4, 2009
Growing Miami company looking to add a staff accountant with 3 to 5 years experience who will perform activities in the areas of General Accounting and General Ledger, as well as accounting for A/P, A/R and Reporting. Must have a Bachelors in Accounting with a desire to work hard and be promoted. Excellent opportunity for a professional requiring minimal supervision. Bilingual English/Spanish fluency required.
Salary Range: $45,000 to $55,000
Email Resume to: Jfarrick@KuninAssociates.com
A $100 million dollar firm with offices located in Miami and Puerto Rico is looking for a strong accounting manager who will be responsible for the general accounting reporting and SOX compliance while managing a 4 person team. This role will work with all areas of the company including sales and marketing, operations and credit and collections. Bachelors degree in Accounting with 5 to 10 years experience required. Bilingual a must. Ideally a CPA, or someone aspiring to be a CPA.
Salary Range: $60,000 to $70,000
Email Resume to: Jfarrick@KuninAssociates.com