HR Director & Controller

The role of the HR Director and Controller is to provide leadership and coordination of company financial management functions and Human Resource needs.

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Review on-line cash accounts daily to import positive pay and review for possible fraud
  • Receive contract payments, make deposits remotely, and enter into the accounting system
  • Review financial projections received from project managers and prepare the work In progress report
  • Statement and enter necessary journal entries
  • Monitor and analyze operating results against budget; manage the preparation of financial outlook and financial forecasts
  • Review accounts payable checks before payments are made to any vendor. Provide duplicate signatures on checks over $25,000
  • Use Quickbooks for accounting of CEO’s related entities
  • Review payroll reports for accuracy and approve them for processing
  • Participate in sales and use tax audits and annual financial audit
  • Ensure compliance with local, state, and federal budgetary reporting requirements
  • Participate in the planning and implementing of short and long-range department goals, objectives, policies, and operating procedures
  • Oversee accounting staff and daily operations
  • Administer supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws
  • Research and answer questions from employees with regard to benefits, leave requests, and payroll
  • Update and maintain confidential, personnel, and insurance files
  • Read incoming documentation regarding employment laws and benefit updates; update policies/procedures as needed
  • Process changes in HRIS system for employee address, benefits, and deduction updates
  • Full cycle recruiting per requirements of department and supervisor which includes posting positions, reviewing resumes, scheduling interviews, and processing job offers
  • Forward resumes to the folder by state and qualification to be retained per Federal retention schedule
  • Coordinate activities with new hires, including processing background checks and pre-employment drug testing, new hire paperwork, E-Verify, and legally required paperwork
  • Process payroll for exempt and non-exempt employees; ensuring proper coding of hours and correcting mistakes as needed
  • Complete monthly payroll report for Bureau of Labor and Statistics
  • Verify incoming invoices for employee benefits, process invoices, and update employee benefits/deductions per guidelines
  • Create and distribute monthly newsletter, focused on employee wellness
  • Participate in Wellness Committee to create activities around employee wellness
  • Process employee timecards to ensure accuracy in dates and hours worked, leave hours, and regular versus overtime hours
  • Verify all leave requests for approval, request approval if necessary, and investigate any discrepancies
  • Process payroll and provide necessary reports for review by CFO
  • Process garnishments, 401K contributions and loan payments, and Section 125 payments on a bi-weekly basis
  • Calculate and submit quarterly payroll taxes and quarterly unemployment reports to various states as needed
  • Attend luncheons, seminars, and conferences to keep abreast of new and updated employment laws
  • Complete reconciliations for various company bank accounts
  • Utilize Viewpoint Document Management module and adhere to Federal Record Retention guidelines
  • Process employee terminations to include termination memo, benefits memo, exit interview, final check, and updating benefit vendors
  • Enter education/training certificates in Viewpoint to assist in keeping current on required certifications
  • Verify and distribute employee W-2’s for Colorado and other states as required
  • Coordinate and assist with employee reviews
  • Process 1st report of injury for Workman’s Comp and follow-up as needed
  • Participate in annual insurance reviews; coordinate insurance enrollment and benefit changes
  • Prepare Workman’s Comp audit report
  • Maintain and update employee job descriptions as needed
  • Maintain and provide EEO report
  • Coordinate Health Fair and Flu Shot clinics


  • Knowledge of finance, accounting, budgeting, and cost control principles including Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
  • Ability to analyze financial data and prepare financial reports, statements, and projections
  • Knowledge of automated financial and accounting software systems
  • Ability to read, analyze and interpret professional journals, technical procedures, or federal and state financial regulations
  • Must be able to present information to employees and upper management and be able to accurately answer questions
  • Ability to research government websites for current or changing regulations and procedures
  • Ability to solve practical problems based on regulations and policies.
  • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions provided in written, verbal, or diagram or schedule format
  • Should have strong communication skills both written and verbally
  • Ability to apply skills to accounting, Word, and Excel software at an intermediate or above level
  • PHR and CPP Certifications helpful

Education Requirements:  

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and four to ten years of related Controller or Human Resource experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience

Salary Range:  

  • $65,000-$95,000


Position Details

Location: Greeley, CO

Contact: Human Resources

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