Fund Controller/ Accountant

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A bit about us:

Private Equity firm focused on investing in technology

Why join us?

Generous benefits package that includes medical insurance and dental insurance (100% of employee premiums paid by company, 50% for dependents), long-term disability insurance, monthly cell phone subsidy, etc

Job Details

The primary responsibilities of this function will be:
  • Overseeing, monitoring and confirming all fund accounting by the FA for each series of
funds, including maintaining a set of “shadow” accounting records to serve as a check and
balance against FA accounting records
  • Maintaining a capital call and distribution record and researching the reasons for any
discrepancies with FA records to make appropriate reconciliations
  • Reviewing all investor capital account balances as maintained by the FAs
  • Manage and monitor all fund entity bank accounts, including handling all accounts receivable
and accounts payable (including payment of invoices) functions for such accounts
  • Assisting the Managing Partner & COO (the “COO”) with executing all capital calls from,
and distributions of investment proceeds to, fund investors
  • Work with each FA to ensure accurate annual Form 1099 reporting for fund entity payees,
issue 1099s annually as required
  • Maintaining secure records of investor contact and other information
  • Working with the FAs to process all investor audit confirmation and similar account
information requests
  • Monitoring and conducting regular reconciliation of fund bank account balances
  • Working with the VP-Finance and the funds’ auditor on the annual audit of all managed
  • Working with outside tax counsel on all required federal and state tax filings for the funds
and related fund entities
  • Calculating quarterly management fees payable by fund Limited Partners
  • Working with investment team members and Fund FAs to complete quarterly portfolio
company reporting templates

The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:
  • Bachelors’ degree in accounting from an accredited university
  • Licensed as a certificated public accountant (CPA)
  • 6 plus years work experience
  • At least 3 years of experience working for a fund administrator, preferably handling
accounting for private equity funds.
  • Strong Excel skills (including the ability to work with pivot tables, the extraction of data
from an external database, and build nested formulas)
  • Experience with partnership accounting, operations, and controls as well as financial
management and regulatory reporting is a plus
  • Familiarity with European (whole fund) and American (deal-by-deal) earnings waterfall
structures is highly desirable.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communications skills
  • Demonstrated track record of being meticulous, organized
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Eagle Mountain, UT
Job Type
$90,000 - $100,000