Careers

EMPLOYMENT

Birdseye is currently offering a number of jobs in Vermont.  Please keep scrolling to read more about these great opportunities.

Birdseye provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, marital status, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry, place of birth, age, disability, health coverage status, genetic information, veteran or military status or any other characteristic protected by law.  We will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with known disabilities and for employees with pregnancy-related conditions unless doing so would result in an undue hardship, safety, and/or health risk.

Birdseye has been a proud employee-owned company since 2005. Employee owners share in the growth and prosperity of the Birdseye Employee Stock Ownership Plan, or ESOP. The company makes yearly contributions of stock to the ESOP on behalf of our employee-owners.

 

CONTROLLER

As the Controller at Birdseye, you will lead all accounting functions and staff, ensuring accuracy and compliance while fostering a warm and engaging work environment. Reporting directly to the principals, you will be a hands-on leader, seamlessly moving between accounting functions, financial management, and contributing to strategic planning. You will also oversee the recently implemented ERP system, leveraging its capabilities to continue to streamline processes and enhance financial reporting. We are seeking a strong people manager who can inspire by example, fostering positive relationships and building bridges across teams, clients, vendors, and partners. This is your chance to be a key player in our dynamic team, driving our continued success forward.

In this role, your primary responsibilities include overseeing corporate accounting, regulatory and financial reporting and analysis, budget and forecast preparation, and developing internal control policies and procedures.

YOUR ROLE:
Finance Management
Manage all accounting operations including billing, accounts receivable, collections. accounts payable, general ledger, cost accounting, and revenue recognition.
Lead ongoing management of the newly implemented ERP system, leveraging its capabilities to continue to streamline processes and enhance financial reporting.
Provide financial reports and analysis to leadership, management, and various divisions.
Oversee and maintain the chart of accounts, an orderly accounting filing system, and a system of internal controls over accounting transactions. This includes developing  and maintaining a separation of duties within the accounting department.
Maintain the integrity of the financial records for each division, and the transactions between them, and timely preparation of monthly and year-end financials.
Work with outside consultants to maintain accounting and other software programs.
Continually evaluate and improve the accuracy, reliability, and efficiency of financial reporting.
Compile and analyze financial information and prepare account entries to document business transactions.
Reconcile and analyze GL accounts.
Calculate variances from budget and report significant issues to management.
Provide accurate cash flow forecasts and plans to leadership.
Manage the cash position of the company and its divisions responsibly and methodically.

Job Costing and Billing to Clients
Accurate costing of all jobs; by division and phase of project subcontractors, labor and materials.
Ensure that all vendor bills and credit card transactions have been compiled, approved, and applied to their respective jobs.
Provide transactional and client invoicing support and for the Design Department, ensuring timely and accurate billing.
Coordinate and verify accurate and timely invoices to clients.
Establish checks and balances to maintain the integrity and accuracy of all job costs/bills and client invoices.

Reporting
Support month-end and year-end close process.
Issue timely and complete monthly financial statements on the GAAP basis of accounting.
Coordinate the preparation of the corporate annual review and tax return with CPA firm.
Recommend benchmarks against which to measure the performance of company operations.
Provide financial analyses as needed for capital investments, pricing decisions and contract negotiations.

Compliance
Represent the Company in maintaining sound relationships with banks, insurance companies, and other financial institutions and groups.
Coordinate information to external advisors and for the annual review, insurance compliance, benefit compliance, and tax compliance. This includes workers compensation audits, general liability insurance audits, OSHA, 5500 form submissions for benefit plans, and all other audits and mandatory filings.
Compile and provide the necessary information for yearly ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Plan) valuation, ensuring accuracy and compliance with regulatory requirements.
Oversee maintenance of all corporate records.
General Management
Manage, support, and develop accounting team.
As a key management team member, produce and present various reports as requested and contribute to decisions regarding the company’s overall management.

YOUR EXPERIENCE:
Degree in accounting, finance or related field and 10 or more years of relevant professional experience.
Minimum of 5 years of accounting management, budgetary, and reporting experience, preferably in a project-based industry requiring knowledge of cost accumulation and progress billing.
Knowledgeable of both accounting theory and practice, able to use and apply accounting system reporting tools for financial reporting.
Proficient in use of an ERP style of accounting system software (we use NetSuite), and ability to participate in iteration and evolution of system.
Able to identify and consider business opportunities, challenges, and appropriate financial strategies to address each.
Outstanding attention to detail and accuracy.
Well-organized, flexible, and able to juggle and prioritize competing tasks in a dynamic and rapid-growth environment.
Able to manage finances for a diverse group of divisions which are organized as individual companies operating in multiple states.
Excellent interpersonal communication skills, including ability to put others at ease, directly address, negotiate and resolve concerns and conflicts, etc.
Proven ability to lead and develop a team, fostering a collaborative and inclusive work environment.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to interact effectively with all levels of the organization in a warm and approachable manner.

To apply, please contact our Recruitment Team at Gallagher, Flynn & Company, LLC at [email protected]

 

BUILDER/CARPENTER

Birdseye is currently seeking experienced carpenters for full-time positions. Ideal candidates are motivated, dependable, and detail oriented with 5 or more years of work experience in construction.

What you would bring to the job:
Commitment to punctuality.
Willingness to take direction and feedback.
Team oriented approach .
Attention to detail .
Initiative in working independently and asking questions.
Basic hand tools and tool belt.
Discretion 
Desire to be part of a team that builds award winning homes . 

Job responsibilities:
Arrive to work on time and be ready to work a full day.
Have reliable transportation.
Be prepared to work in varying weather conditions.
Perform carpentry work including, but not limited to,  siding, stairs, cabinetry, and
interior finishes.
Perform carpentry work through all phases of construction from framing to interior finish.

Carpentry positions at Birdseye range from $22-$35/hour, depending on experience and skill. We offer a competitive benefits package including health insurance, paid vacation, and a 401K in addition to ESOP (employee owned) shares. 

Our teams are highly skilled, knowledgeable, and collaborative and our projects are unique.  Join us!

Please submit a resume and letter of interest to: [email protected]

 

WOODSTOCK AREA BUILDER/CARPENTER

We are seeking to expand our Woodstock area carpentry team with skilled and professional carpenters who have experience ranging from Apprentice to Lead level.

See BUILDER/CARPENTER job description above.

Please submit a resume and letter of interest to: [email protected]

 

SITEWORKS CONSTRUCTION SUPPORT

The Birdseye Siteworks Team is looking for Construction Support team members to provide onsite labor for earthwork and hardscapes.  The ideal candidate excels at teamwork, has a strong work ethic and a “can do” attitude. We are seeking someone who wants to work full-time, year-round, but we would consider seasonal applicants as well.

Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

  • Perform all tasks assigned by the Equipment Operator or Mason on site.
  • Work safely and efficiently.
  • Help with skilled labor as directed.
  • Unload and load materials.
  • Remove, infill or compact soil and gravel.
  • Perform site clean-up.

What you bring:

  • A willingness to learn.
  • Punctuality and reliability.
  • A reliable vehicle that can get you to our Ferrisburgh shop or a jobsite.
  • The ability to do physical labor and other strenuous physical tasks.
  • The desire to work well with others on a construction site.
  • Experience on a construction site is preferred but not required.

What Birdseye Offers:

This is a 40-50 hour/week, Monday – Friday position, with the ability to earn overtime pay.

  • Pay range: $18-$23/hour depending on experience.
  • Three weeks Paid Time Off.
  • 401K Retirement Savings Plan.
  • Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP).
  • Health, Dental and Vision insurance.
  • Free Long Term Disability Insurance.
  • Free access to our Employee Assistance Program.
  • 10 hours paid volunteer time.

Please submit a resume and letter of interest to: [email protected]

 

 

 

 

EMPLOYMENT

Birdseye provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, marital status, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry, place of birth, age, disability, health coverage status, genetic information, veteran or military status or any other characteristic protected by law.  We will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with known disabilities and for employees with pregnancy-related conditions unless doing so would result in an undue hardship, safety, and/or health risk.

Birdseye has been a proud employee-owned company since 2005. Employee owners share in the growth and prosperity of the Birdseye Employee Stock Ownership Plan, or ESOP. The company makes yearly contributions of stock to the ESOP on behalf of our employee-owners.

CONTROLLER

As the Controller at Birdseye, you will lead all accounting functions and staff, ensuring accuracy and compliance while fostering a warm and engaging work environment. Reporting directly to the principals, you will be a hands-on leader, seamlessly moving between accounting functions, financial management, and contributing to strategic planning. You will also oversee the recently implemented ERP system, leveraging its capabilities to continue to streamline processes and enhance financial reporting. We are seeking a strong people manager who can inspire by example, fostering positive relationships and building bridges across teams, clients, vendors, and partners. This is your chance to be a key player in our dynamic team, driving our continued success forward.

In this role, your primary responsibilities include overseeing corporate accounting, regulatory and financial reporting and analysis, budget and forecast preparation, and developing internal control policies and procedures.

YOUR ROLE:
Finance Management
Manage all accounting operations including billing, accounts receivable, collections. accounts payable, general ledger, cost accounting, and revenue recognition.
Lead ongoing management of the newly implemented ERP system, leveraging its capabilities to continue to streamline processes and enhance financial reporting.
Provide financial reports and analysis to leadership, management, and various divisions.
Oversee and maintain the chart of accounts, an orderly accounting filing system, and a system of internal controls over accounting transactions. This includes developing  and maintaining a separation of duties within the accounting department.
Maintain the integrity of the financial records for each division, and the transactions between them, and timely preparation of monthly and year-end financials.
Work with outside consultants to maintain accounting and other software programs.
Continually evaluate and improve the accuracy, reliability, and efficiency of financial reporting.
Compile and analyze financial information and prepare account entries to document business transactions.
Reconcile and analyze GL accounts.
Calculate variances from budget and report significant issues to management.
Provide accurate cash flow forecasts and plans to leadership.
Manage the cash position of the company and its divisions responsibly and methodically.

Job Costing and Billing to Clients
Accurate costing of all jobs; by division and phase of project subcontractors, labor and materials.
Ensure that all vendor bills and credit card transactions have been compiled, approved, and applied to their respective jobs.
Provide transactional and client invoicing support and for the Design Department, ensuring timely and accurate billing.
Coordinate and verify accurate and timely invoices to clients.
Establish checks and balances to maintain the integrity and accuracy of all job costs/bills and client invoices.

Reporting
Support month-end and year-end close process.
Issue timely and complete monthly financial statements on the GAAP basis of accounting.
Coordinate the preparation of the corporate annual review and tax return with CPA firm.
Recommend benchmarks against which to measure the performance of company operations.
Provide financial analyses as needed for capital investments, pricing decisions and contract negotiations.

Compliance
Represent the Company in maintaining sound relationships with banks, insurance companies, and other financial institutions and groups.
Coordinate information to external advisors and for the annual review, insurance compliance, benefit compliance, and tax compliance. This includes workers compensation audits, general liability insurance audits, OSHA, 5500 form submissions for benefit plans, and all other audits and mandatory filings.
Compile and provide the necessary information for yearly ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Plan) valuation, ensuring accuracy and compliance with regulatory requirements.
Oversee maintenance of all corporate records.
General Management
Manage, support, and develop accounting team.
As a key management team member, produce and present various reports as requested and contribute to decisions regarding the company’s overall management.

YOUR EXPERIENCE:
Degree in accounting, finance or related field and 10 or more years of relevant professional experience.
Minimum of 5 years of accounting management, budgetary, and reporting experience, preferably in a project-based industry requiring knowledge of cost accumulation and progress billing.
Knowledgeable of both accounting theory and practice, able to use and apply accounting system reporting tools for financial reporting.
Proficient in use of an ERP style of accounting system software (we use NetSuite), and ability to participate in iteration and evolution of system.
Able to identify and consider business opportunities, challenges, and appropriate financial strategies to address each.
Outstanding attention to detail and accuracy.
Well-organized, flexible, and able to juggle and prioritize competing tasks in a dynamic and rapid-growth environment.
Able to manage finances for a diverse group of divisions which are organized as individual companies operating in multiple states.
Excellent interpersonal communication skills, including ability to put others at ease, directly address, negotiate and resolve concerns and conflicts, etc.
Proven ability to lead and develop a team, fostering a collaborative and inclusive work environment.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to interact effectively with all levels of the organization in a warm and approachable manner.

To apply, please contact our Recruitment Team at Gallagher, Flynn & Company, LLC at [email protected]

BUILDER/CARPENTER

Birdseye is currently seeking experienced carpenters for full-time positions. Ideal candidates are motivated, dependable, and detail oriented with 5 or more years of work experience in construction.

What you would bring to the job:
Commitment to punctuality.
Willingness to take direction and feedback .
Team oriented approach.
Attention to detail .
Initiative in working independently and asking questions.
Basic hand tools and tool belt.
Discretion
Desire to be part of a team that builds award winning homes . 

Job responsibilities:
Arrive to work on time and be ready to work a full day.
Have reliable transportation.
Be prepared to work in varying weather conditions.
Perform carpentry work including, but not limited to siding, stairs, cabinetry and interior finishes.
Perform carpentry work through all phases of construction from framing to interior finish.

Carpentry positions at Birdseye range from $22-$35/hour, depending on experience and skill. We offer a competitive benefits package including health insurance, paid vacation, and a 401K in addition to ESOP (employee owned) shares. 

Our teams are highly skilled, knowledgeable, and collaborative and our projects are unique.  Join us!

Please submit a resume and letter of interest to: [email protected]

 

WOODSTOCK AREA BUILDER/CARPENTER

We are seeking to expand our Woodstock area carpentry team with skilled and professional carpenters who have experience ranging from Apprentice to Lead level.

See CARPENTER job description above.

Please submit a resume and letter of interest to: [email protected]

 

Siteworks Construction Support

The Birdseye Siteworks Team is looking for Construction Support team members to provide onsite labor for earthwork and hardscapes.  The ideal candidate excels at teamwork, has a strong work ethic and a “can do” attitude. We are seeking someone who wants to work full-time, year-round, but we would consider seasonal applicants as well.

Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
Perform all tasks assigned by the Equipment Operator or Mason on site.
Work safely and efficiently.
Help with skilled labor as directed.
Unload and load materials.
Remove, infill or compact soil and gravel.
Perform site clean-up.

What you bring:
       A willingness to learn.
Punctuality and reliability.
A reliable vehicle that can get you to our Ferrisburgh shop or a jobsite.
The ability to do physical labor and other strenuous physical tasks.
The desire to work well with others on a construction site.
Experience on a construction site is preferred but not required.

 What Birdseye Offers:  This is a 40-50 hour/week, Monday – Friday position, with the ability to earn overtime pay.
Pay range: $18-$23/hour depending on experience.
Three weeks Paid Time Off.
401K Retirement Savings Plan.
Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP).
Health, Dental and Vision insurance.
Free Long Term Disability Insurance.
Free access to our Employee Assistance Program.
10 hours paid volunteer time.

Please submit a resume and letter of interest to: [email protected]