Overview

Harley-Davidson Dealership Controller,

*** GROWTH POTENTIAL, PROFIT SHARING ***

South-Central Midwest Region, U.S.A.

 

Recruiter Adam Wilke, Call/Text: 321-412-9940

 

Job Title……………………. Controller

Department(s)……………. Accounting, Billing

Supervisor…………………. Dealer Principal

 

Job Description:

My Client, a large Harley-Davidson dealership in South-Central Region of Midwest has plans for aggressive growth and store acquisitions over the next few years. This is a great opportunity for an experienced dealership Office Manager, Bookkeeper, Accounting Manager, Controller that wants to quickly advance to a group Chief Financial Officer.

 

In exchange, Client is offering to pay competitive annual Base Salary AND a percentage of overall Net Profits!

 

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

General accounting, data entry and reconciliation
Payroll, AP/AR, daily cash management
Budget and Financial reporting
Contract administration and compliance
Supervise office staff and assign tasks
Provide accurate information to Ownership
REQUIREMENTS:

High School or equivalent education
At least 2 years of automotive or powersports dealership accounting experience
Knowledge of Lightspeed software system, a plus
Job Type: Full-time

$60,000 – $72,000 Annual Base Salary + % of Dealership Net Profits!

 

EXCELLENT HOURS!

Competitive Benefits and Incentives

Relocation Assistance is available for the right candidate

 

Referral Policy

Whenever you refer someone to us that we place, we will send you a check up to $1,000 as a Referral Bonus.

 

Adam J. Wilke

V20 Recruiting
Dealership Recruiter:
Automotive, Motorcycle, Powersports, Marine and RV
Melbourne Beach, FL

Adam@V20Recruiting.com

[C] 321 412 9940
[O] 321 220 0124
www.V20Recruiting.com

About V20 Recruiting

V20 offers specialized recruiting, staffing and consulting solutions for the Powersports, Motorcycle, Marine, RV and Outdoor Recreations industries.  With offices in FL, CT, IL, NC, NV, OH, WI and WA we have developed extensive resources and expertise to meet even the most demanding human resource challenges.”