Corporate Controller

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Salary period: Annual
Behan Communications Inc., the Capital Region's leading public
relations firm, seeks applications for the position of Corporate
Controller. Responsibilities include:
Managing the firm's accounting and reporting systems;
Providing financial planning and analysis;
Monitoring and maintaining internal controls and audit
Preparing financial reports in accordance with GAAP;
Preparing and managing budgets;
Managing payroll, accounts receivable, accounts payable and
bank reconciliations;
Supervising preparation of monthly invoices; and
Ensuring that corporate and regulatory reports are properly
prepared and filed in a timely manner, among other duties.
Our Controller reports to the Chief Financial Officer and serves
as a liaison with banks, accountants, vendors and other
Requirements include a Certified Public Accounting license, a
bachelor's or advanced degree in accounting or finance from an
accredited university or college and five years of public
accounting experience. The Controller will work in both our Glens
Falls and Albany offices. This is a position with significant
professional growth opportunity.
For more than 25 years, Behan Communications has provided
strategic communications services including media, government and
community relations to many of the largest and most respected
companies and non-profit institutions in New York's Capital Region.
Behan Communications offers competitive compensation and
comprehensive benefits, a supportive professional environment, and
a fast-paced, growth-oriented entrepreneurial culture. Resumes
should be sent to: Kathy Messina, Chief Financial Officer, Behan
Communications Inc., 86 Glen Street, Glens Falls, N.Y. 12801, or to

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