Who We Are:
Coastal Ridge Real Estate is an entrepreneurial-spirited multifamily real estate investment firm with offices located in Columbus, Ohio, Cincinnati, Ohio and Malibu, California and apartment communities throughout the United States. Founded in 2013, our growing team of over 400 associates specialize in the acquisition, asset management, and property management of multifamily real estate. To date, Coastal Ridge’s portfolio includes more than $1.6+ billion in assets in the student housing, conventional housing, and active adult multifamily sectors. Our track record has demonstrated the firm’s ability to achieve our investor’s goals. We implement a consistent strategy anchored by steadfast investment rationale and a progressive and systematic operating platform. Coastal Ridge was honored in 2015, 2016, and 2017 as one of the Inc. 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in the U.S. and was also among Columbus Business First’s 50 fastest growing companies in Central Ohio for the past three years.
What You’ll Do:
As an Accounts Payable Associate, you’ll process all vendor disbursements, tenant move out payments, reconcile and balance credit cards, and conduct other accounting related reporting when needed.
Where You’ll Work:
Our corporate office is in Grandview, OH just minutes from downtown Columbus and close to many vibrant restaurants and entertainment venues. You’ll work alongside several other corporate team members including the operations, marketing, IT, accounting and human resources team.
Process all disbursements which includes reviewing accounts payable packages for proper invoice support, accurate general leger coding, and proper approvals.
Ensure invoices are processed in timely manner, consistent with company policy.
Process tenant security deposit refunds.
Handle all 1099s and tax related matters.
Perform vendor maintenance including new vendor setup, collection and continued maintenance of W-9s and Certificates of Insurance.
Review approve and process monthly expense reports.
Reconcile monthly credit card statement and preparation of related journal entries.
Develop, implement and maintain strong policies and procedures as it relates to the accounts payable functions.
Provide accounting assistance to Property Controllers, Asset Managers and Operations Staff; respond to financial questions/concerns to meet business needs.
Build solid relationships across all units at various accounting levels.
Other duties as directed and assigned.
Who You Are:
A detail oriented individual. You pay attention to the small things that make a big difference. You look at information with a discerning eye to ensure its accuracy, especially when it comes to data entry. You understand the importance of editing and proofreading your work to ensure it’s done right.
A masterful executor. You get things done. You fervently plan to meet deadlines and achieve goals. You manage tasks in a fast-paced environment with many moving pieces and stakeholders and ensure goals reach or surpass the finish line.
A supportive team player. You work effectively with others and go above and beyond to support the needs of your fellow coworkers. You are reliable and flexible and communicate effectively by communicating issues and challenges, listening, compromising, and seeking feedback.
An analytical problem solver. You visualize, articulate, conceptualize or solve both complex and uncomplicated problems by making decisions that are sensible given the available information. You keep it cool when things get crazy and approach problems with viable solutions.
Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or related field preferred, high school diploma required.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including the ability to operating computerized accounting and spreadsheet programs.
Previous accounts payable experience preferred.
What We Offer:
As an Accounts Payable Associate, you’ll receive a competitive hourly wage and a robust benefits package. Our benefits include your choice of three health insurance plans, voluntary dental, vision, short-term disability, long-term disability, life and AD&D insurance, Paid Time Off, paid holidays, and a 401k with 4% company match. This is a full time non-exempt position, reporting to the Financial Reporting Manager. Little to no travel is expected in this position.