Controller Jobs in Connecticut

Establish and manage financial reporting, analysis, and policy. Controllers are the lead accounting employees in a company. They collect, verify, and interpret reports or statements submitted by support staff; maintain important department records; prepare special reports on request; and create/adapt internal financial controls as necessary. They also ensure that the organization meets federal, state, and local compliance laws.

Controllers are responsible for reporting to upper-level executives regarding the company’s annual budget, overall financial state, and financial alignment with operations. They provide input on large-scale company decisions and may collaborate with external accounting personnel.

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New Canaan Country School - New Canaan, CT
In a leadership capacity with the Accounting Team, the Controller has oversight over the general ledger and financial information and prepares financial analyses of school operations for the CFO, Head...
21 hours ago
Creative Financial Staffing - Branford, CT
Primary Responsibilities of the Controller: Accounting Responsibilities: -Oversee AR & AP -Monthly financial statements -Bank reconciliations -Sales reporting -Price RM & FG inventory -Process weekly...
2 days ago
JobTarget - Stamford, CT
Ledger Analyze general ledger accounts and explain variances Manage the Finance team members and ensure all monthly tasks are completed and accurate Prepare audit and tax schedules for CPA firm Coordinate...
5 days ago
Creative Financial Staffing - Stamford, CT
Statements Generally Accepted Accounting Principles General Ledger Analysis Of Variance Tax Return...
7 days ago
Suffield, CT
Manage the month-end close and consolidated financial statement preparation Finance process automation M&A due diligence and integration Oversee all cost accounting functions....
9 days ago
Icf International - Hartford, CT
Project Financial Controller in Hartford, Connecticut ICF is seeking an experienced Project Finance Controller to work in our Disaster Management (DM) group....
11 days ago
New Haven, CT
Recommended Skills Closing (Sales) Balance Sheet Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Income Statement Scheduling General Ledger...
12 days ago
Lovesac - Stamford, CT
Research and analyze technical positions and compliance efforts related to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), Securities and Exchange....
13 days ago
University of Saint Joseph - West Hartford, CT
statements, forecasts and analysis Develops, implements, and enforces internal controls Oversees annual audits (financial statements, Federal A-133, State Single Audit, Federal 403(b) Plan) Manages...
17 days ago
Lecoq Cuisine Corp - Stratford, CT
Job Description This position is responsible for the company's books and records, month end close, account reconciliations, and internal and external reporting....
21 days ago
Farmington, CT
Supervise a staff of 5 (AP, AR, Admin, and 2 Staff Accountants) The Controller will own the month end close Work with an outside CPA to file tax returns and assist in annual audit Revenue recognition...
27 days ago
Creative Financial Staffing - New Haven, CT
Statements Reports...
28 days ago
GKN Aerospace Services - Newington, CT
Job Summary The Financial Controller is the senior finance lead and a key business partner....
30+ days ago
SERVPRO - Supreme Restoration - Darien, CT
Controller Large Service Company National restoration services provider, located in Norwalk, CT with a dynamic growth record and multiple franchise locations, is seeking an experienced, qualified controller...
30+ days ago
Creative Financial Staffing - Suffield, CT
Manage the month-end close and consolidated financial statement preparation Finance process automation M&A due diligence and integration Oversee all cost accounting functions....
45+ days ago

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Controller Online Courses and Training Opportunities

Planning Tools for the Controller/CFO
This course outlines the planning tools that CFOs and Controllers can utilize. Students will learn the basics of the PESTLE and SWOT analysis.

Obligations of Controllers and Processors

Exploring the details of controllers and processor obligations under the GDPR, beginning with accountability and documentation and moving on to data privacy impact assessments, data protection...

Introduction to Evimetry: the Controller

The course introduces Evimetry blessed data storage drives and the difference between block-hash and traditional linear hashing for forensic images. Its time to step up your forensic...

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Salary for Controller Jobs in Connecticut

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Licensing / Certification

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Highest Education Level

Controllers in Connecticut offer the following education background
  • Bachelor's Degree (52.0%)
  • Master's Degree (33.5%)
  • Associate's Degree (4.6%)
  • High School or GED (4.5%)
  • Vocational or Certification (3.5%)
  • Doctorate Degree (1.1%)
  • Some College (0.6%)
  • Some High School (0.2%)

Average Work Experience

Here's a breakdown of the number of years' experience offered by Controllers in Connecticut
  • 10+ years (30.0%)
  • 8-10 years (23.3%)
  • 4-6 years (20.0%)
  • 6-8 years (13.3%)
  • 2-4 years (10.0%)
  • None (3.3%)

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