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Controller Jobs in California

Securing Controller Jobs in California with IES Communications is more than just a career move; it's a gateway to unparalleled growth and opportunity. At IES, we understand that our success hinges on the expertise and dedication of our team, especially those stepping into controller roles. In California, these positions are not only crucial for steering our financial operations with precision but also serve as the backbone of our commitment to innovation and excellence in the telecommunications sector. Joining us means you're part of a family that values your personal and professional development, offering advanced training and technology to help you thrive. Our controllers play a vital role—ensuring integrity in every transaction and leading our accounting staff towards excellence while enjoying the vibrant lifestyle that California has to offer. At IES, we're not just about numbers; we're about building a future together where your contributions shape our communities and propel us forward.

Why a Job as a Controller in California is a great idea.

Securing a job as a Controller in California not only promises the potential for career growth amidst a booming economy characterized by tech innovations and diverse industries, but it also offers an unparalleled lifestyle outside of work. With our proximity to sun-kissed coastlines, vibrant cities, and vast national parks, we find that balancing professional ambitions with personal passions for outdoor adventures, culinary explorations, and cultural experiences is effortlessly achievable here.

Why Work for IES communications in California?

Joining IES Communications in California as a Controller means you're stepping into a role that values growth, both personally and professionally. Our commitment to innovation and leading the telecommunications industry not only propels us forward but ensures we invest in our team's development through advanced technology and training. At IES, we cherish our employees' diverse stories and skills, fostering an environment where you can build a meaningful career while contributing to projects that shape our communities and future.

Company Benefits

Competitive Wages

Medical, Dental, & Vision Coverage

401(k) Plan

Short Term Disability

Compensated Industry Certifications

Optional long-term disability

Paid Time Off (PTO)

Illness, accident, legal, pet coverage.

Company paid life insurnace

Paid training & defined career path

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What will you do as a Controller at one of IES Communications' California Branches?

At IES, our Controller roles across California branches are pivotal in maintaining the integrity of our financial operations. These professionals ensure all transactions including accounts payable, cash receipts, and payroll adhere strictly to our company policies while leading and developing our accounting staff for excellence. They're not just about numbers; they play a critical role in month-end closings, audit facilitation, and implementing policy changes that keep us ahead. Moreover, their expertise extends beyond traditional accounting—they advise on tax regulations, master our Spectrum software, and collaborate across departments to support IES's broader goals. In essence, our Controllers are at the heart of making sure our finances reflect the dedication and hard work we put into every project.


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What is the average salary of a Controller in California?

The average salary for a Controller in California is approximately $120,000 per year. This figure can vary based on factors such as experience, industry, and company size.

How do I become a Controller in California?

To become a Controller in California, you'll need to gain relevant education, such as a bachelor's degree in accounting or finance, and accumulate several years of work experience in financial roles. Pursuing professional certifications like CPA (Certified Public Accountant) can also significantly enhance your qualifications for this role.

How long does it take to become a Controller in CA?

Typically, becoming a Controller in California requires about 7 to 10 years of progressive experience. This journey often starts with a bachelor's degree in accounting or finance, followed by gaining relevant work experience, and possibly obtaining certifications like CPA or CMA. The exact timeline can vary based on individual career paths and opportunities.

Is being a Controller in California a good job?

Yes, being a Controller in California can be considered a good job. This role often comes with competitive salaries due to the high cost of living and demand for skilled financial professionals in the state. Controllers enjoy a strategic position overseeing financial operations, which can lead to significant career growth opportunities. Additionally, the diverse range of industries in California provides various paths for professional development.

How much does a Controller in CA make?

A Controller in CA typically makes between per hour, and per year depending on their experience and qualifications.

Is there a demand for Controllers in California?

Yes, there is a significant demand for Controllers in California. This need spans across various industries such as technology, finance, and healthcare, reflecting the state's diverse economic landscape. Organizations seek individuals with strong financial management skills to oversee budgeting, reporting, and compliance functions, making it an opportune time for professionals in this field to explore opportunities within the state.

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