SEC Reporting Director – Houston –

External Reporting Director | $2B Company | 

Our client is a publicly-traded  manufacturing company who is a leader in their specialty seeking a Financial Reporting Director. They are in growth/acquisition mode and there will be five individuals reporting up to this position.

Why work here?

  • Company growth (internal & acquisition based)
  • Flexible schedule
  • Exposure to C-suite & Upper management
  • Great medical benefits through Cigna
  • Full benefits including safe-harbor 401K match of 4%


  • Compliance with GAAP/SEC requirements
  • Maintain and implement financial reporting/internal control requirements
  • Review and approve earnings release date
  • Prepare Audit Committee presentations

Preferred Experience:

  • CPA
  • Public Accounting experience (Big 4)
  • Industry (direct) 10K & 10Q preparation
  • 10+ years of experience

SEC Controller – WEST Houston

Must have public accounting and recent SEC experience. Must be CPA.


•Manages period, quarter, and year-end close process

•Directs the timely & accurate preparation of all financial statements including balance sheets, income statements and cash flow reports for month end and year end process
• Ensures proper recording of transactions and compliance with applicable laws and regulations
• Analyzes period financial statements and provides commentary for management reporting

• Establishes accounting classifications of all expenditures
• Develops accounting policies and procedures to be used by corporate and field locations
• Administers treasury function of the company, including account maintenance, transfers, and credit cards
• Oversees accounts payable processes
• Manages requirements under debt agreements, including funding, repayment, and interest settlements
• Arranges for and acts as primary contact with organization’s independent auditors on accounting matters
• Prepared audit materials to facilitate internal and external audits
• Researches transactions to ensure compliance with applicable technical accounting guidance
• Maintains internal control environment to ensure compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley requirements
• Assists in preparation of all SEC regulatory filings.

• Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting / Finance, with CPA required
• A minimum of three to five years of prior controller experience in a public company, preferred
• Three to five years public accounting experience
• SOX reporting experience


SEC Reporting Manager or Director – EMAIL:

SEC Reporting Director for Pre-IPO Company. Houston, Texas


  • Prepare monthly internal financial reports, as well as related analyses, for management.
  • Prepare reports to support external financial reporting and SEC filings. Coordinating and preparing portions of the SEC quarterly and annual reports, including financial statements, footnotes, 10Q/10K, MD&A and earnings releases
  • Prepare schedules for quarterly review and year-end audit processes with outside audit firm(s).
  • Draft accounting policies and procedures.
  • Ensure adherence to and effectiveness of internal control in own area of responsibility. 
  • Establish, modify, and coordinate the implementation of new Corporate Accounting control procedures, as necessary.
  • Must be knowledgeable on GAAP.  Responsible for keeping current with new accounting pronouncements and ensuring the Company’s accounting practices are in compliance with GAAP. 
  • Research GAAP and SEC accounting matters to identify and resolve accounting issues
  • Monitor and identify major performance areas for enhancement via computerization and/or paper flow.
  • Perform the primary thinking encompassed by this job description.
  • Comply with all Company policies and procedures.


SEC Reporting Manager – West Houston –

Manager – Financial Reporting

A Fortune 500 company with over $6.0 billion in annual revenues.

Manager of Financial Reporting. The position reports to the Corporate Controller, and is the direct supervisor of the Associate Manager of Financial Reporting.

Description of Responsibilities

The responsibilities of this position primarily include:

Ownership and management of the process to prepare quarterly 1934 Act filings (e.g., Form 10-K and 10-Q) with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC);

Creation and maintenance of XBRL documents to be filed with the SEC and related tagging;

Ownership and management of the process to prepare financial statements and other schedules, included in its quarterly earnings release and filed on Form 8-K with the SEC;

Coordination and preparation of various portions of investor presentations;

Interpretation, communication and implementation of new accounting and reporting standards and, as required, drafting response letters to the appropriate authority;

Preparation of monthly financial statements for one of corporate entities, including the preparation or review of various analytical procedures, reconciliations and periodic journal entries (e.g., stock-based compensation, shares outstanding and interest rate swap valuations);

Assistance in the coordination of the 401(K) plan audit and filing of Form 11-K with the SEC;

Preparation of statutory financial statements related to various foreign subsidiaries;

Involvement, as necessary, in any 1933 Act filings (e.g., Forms S-1, S-3 and S-8);

Drafting letters of response to SEC comments on filings, as required;

Coordination with external and internal auditors with regards to review and audit procedures; and

Census and other governmental reporting requirements.

Desired Qualifications

The candidate must be:

A team-first oriented employee;

Detail oriented, with a keen attention to quality control;

Process oriented, with an emphasis on internal controls;

An effective communicator, including the use of both verbal and written forms of communication, able to interact with various groups within the organization (i.e., Tax, Legal, Treasury, Investor Relations, etc.); and

Willing and able to work the necessary hours to accomplish all responsibilities, especially during month- and quarter-end close process, within a specific, defined timeline.

The candidate should have, at a minimum:

A Bachelor’s degree with a major in accounting, or a Finance degree with an accounting emphasis;

Certification as a public accountant;

Seven to ten years of relevant experience in accounting at a large, multi-location corporation and/or public accounting firm;

Experience with both internal and external financial reporting, including filing of SEC documents;

A firm understanding of accounting principles;

Experience effectively managing and developing staff-level accountants;

Proficiency handling multiple, simultaneous projects;

An intermediate to advanced working knowledge of Microsoft software products, particularly Excel and v-lookups, as well as a general ledger software package; and

A working knowledge of Hyperion Financial Management and other Hyperion software products.