Assistant Controller


Full-Service Industrial & Commercial Roofing

Join the Official Roofing Contractor of the Tennessee Titans! We are currently in search of an Assistant Controller position within our company. Our company is built upon 6 Core Values: Humble, Hungry, Smart, Innovative, Customer Focused, and Accountable. These Core Values are the lifeblood of Rackley Roofing Companies. If you resonate with these values, you belong with us. At Rackley, we prioritize values over experience when hiring. This sets us apart from most roofing companies. We firmly believe that if you have the willingness to learn, we have the dedication to teach. Rackley understands that everyone starts somewhere, and we welcome those without prior experience. If our core values align with yours, make the smart decision and join our exceptional team at Rackley Roofing.



Roles and Responsibilities

The Assistant Controller provides day-to-day oversight of the A/P, Billing & A/R, and Payroll functions.  Carries key responsibilities in month-end general accounting processes and serves as primary back-up for the Controller. Responsible for continuous incremental improvement in processes under oversight. Leads special projects as needed.  The Assistant Controller is viewed as a successor to the Controller role and is expected to develop into those responsibilities over time.

Key Responsibilities include

Accounting team leadership

  • Meets regularly with CFO and Controller to review and manage Accounting function priorities. Serves as subject matter expert for processes under oversight. 

Function leadership 

  • Effectively leads with four-member team in day-to-day responsibilities for A/P, Billing and A/R, and Payroll. 
  • Prepares and conducts quarterly People Analyzers for direct reports to ensure effective performance for by all team members. 
  • Assistance with Financial statements and Budget Preparation 

Month-end processes

  • Responsible for month-end reconciliations of bank and credit card accounts.  
  • Responsible for preparing intercompany billings
  • Responsible for reconciliation of key balance sheet accounts
  • Posts journal entries
  • Monitor and manage the collections process
  • Keep up with due dates

Controller back-up

  • Cross-train to serve as key backup for Controller’s responsibilities 

Collaboration with other company functional areas

  • Collaborates with key leaders of other functional areas, such as Service, Production, and Project Management, to ensure interrelated processes are functioning effectively
  • Lead continuous improvement initiatives 

Special projects

  • Lead special projects as assigned ensuring effective and timely completion.

Perform other duties as assigned.


Deadlines met – deliver high quality, accurate outputs on time every time because nearly all accounting activities are subject to fixed deadlines.   

Scorecard goals designed and met – design effective weekly scorecard measures for key responsibilities, at both the personal and team levels; monitor and take appropriate actions to ensure sustained achievement of scorecard goals.

All employees: Must represent Rackley Roofing Company, Inc. to customers, vendors, industry professionals, and other RRCI employees in a professional manner at all times.  Must be available by phone 24/7 and able to work some weekends.

Physical Demands: These physical demands are representative of the physical requirements necessary for an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodation can be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the described essential roles and responsibilities.

Example: While performing the responsibilities of the job, the employee is required to talk and hear. The employee is often required to sit for extended periods of time or be on their feet for extended periods of time and use their hands and fingers to handle or feel. Vision abilities required by this job may include close vision. This position may require occasional climbing, balancing, heavy lifting, stooping, kneeling, crouching, and/or crawling. All employees must have the ability to safely and successfully perform the essential job functions consistent with the ADA, FMLA, and other federal, state, and local standards.