Industry: Accounting/real estate/property management
Location: Duluth and Midtown Atlanta...
Education: Bachelor's degree in accounting or equivalent experience required
Salary: To $75K plus bonus and benefits.
Multiple opening for Property Accountants for companies located in zips 30309 and 30097.
WORK FROM HOME ONE DAY PER WEEK - Established full service commercial real estate company located in Duluth seeks to hire 2 Property Accountants to perform full cycle property management accounting for a portfolio of, primarily, retail and office properties. Any real estate accounting experience as well as skills in Yardi, Avid and ClickPay a plus.
Company offers a competitive salary + small bonus and excellent benefits. You're permitted to work from home 1 day per week after 90 days, and Friday's are casual with knock off time at 3:30 pm. Awesome corporate culture!
WORK FROM HOME 2-3 DAYS PER WEEK - Growing industry leading multifamily real estate company located in Midtown seeks to hire a Property Accountant with 3-5 years experience. Base to $75K plus nice bonus and excellent benefits. Yardi, QuickBooks and real estate accounting experience considered a plus, but will train a strong accountant who'd like to transition into the ever expanding real estate industry.
For immediate consideration please forward your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll respond with info for quick and easy processing.
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