Cambridge Properties, Inc.
Charlotte, NC


Do you have impeccable attention to detail and desire to be a part of a dynamic team? If so, we encourage you to explore joining our team where you will receive competitive compensation, benefits and be challenged daily.

Overview of the Controller Position (on-site in the Charlotte office): Overall responsibility for financial administration of Cambridge Properties, Inc. and single and multi-asset Development and Property Management entities as briefly defined below:

  1. GENERAL ACCOUNTING & FINANCIAL REPORTING: As the Controller you are responsible for all accounting, tax coordination and bookkeeping responsibilities including assisting in cash management, office revenue/expense accounting, development funding/accounting, and property revenue/expense accounting/reporting.
  2. DEVELOPMENT ACCOUNTING: Provide financial and accounting support to Development (DEV) and Construction Management (CM) team
  3. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING: Provide financial and accounting support to the Property Management (PM) team/Owners
  4. CORPORATE ACCOUNTING: Provide financial and accounting support to CEO and President
    1. Manage Cambridge's HR processes including payroll and employee benefits. Payroll accounting is in conjunction with Company’s third-party payroll company and processing payments of employee incentive compensation simple IRA contributions.
    2. Monthly bank and cash account reconciliations.
    3. Coordinate with Cambridge’s attorneys establishing, amending, and terminating limited liability companies. Coordination and assisting in accounting and management of 1031 tax deferred exchanges and other tax vehicles as may be used.
    4. Provide all year end asset accounting reports to tax accountant and coordinate preparation of Federal and State tax returns and K-1’s.
    5. Bid and manage Cambridge’s corporate insurance needs and coverage.
  5. INVESTOR RELATIONS: Assist CEO, President, and Development team in preparation and presentation of investment funding vehicles.
  6. STRATEGIC PLANNING: Assist CEO and President with the strategic planning for Company structure, planning and future growth.
  7. FAMILY OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR: As Administrator for the CEO's FO you will be responsible for:
    1. Document management, Trust accounting inclusive of bank reconciliations and tax returns
    2. Life and Personal insurance policies
    3. Manage and update CEO's personal financial statements
    4. Participation in other estate charitable giving projects
    5. Other ad hoc reports and documents as needed


  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting or related work experience
  • Proficient in MRI software and QuickBooks
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.)
  • Revenue, expense and capital cost accounting for development projects
  • Revenue, expense and balance sheet accounting for property management
  • Familiarity and understanding of transaction related real estate documents and process
  • GAAP knowledge and familiarity with trust accounting in compliance with NCREC procedures
  • Strong written, verbal and collaboration skills

To apply for this role, please email your resume to [email protected].