Schnabel helps me achieve a work-life balance

What do you do at Schnabel?

As Schnabel’s Sr. Accountant, I mainly work on our company’s payroll taxes and handle our sale and use taxes. Since Schnabel is a nationwide contractor, I file taxes for almost all fifty states and do tax research for any changes in laws or tax requirements. In addition to taxes, I also do bank reconciliations, account receivables, report our daily cash position to our CFO, deposit daily checks we receive, prequalification for bids, and help our Project Managers obtain insurance certificates for their jobs.

What does an average day look like for you?

An average day for me is very exciting and filled with a lot of work. I start by checking our bank account to see if we received any payments online and then I interact with our Project Managers to get updates on A/R and job payments. Next, I take some time to handle the insurance certificate inquires that I receive and interact with our engineers and outside clients during this time.

What is your favorite part about working for Schnabel?

One of my favorite parts about working for Schnabel is the people that I get to work with. When I come to work, I feel like I am coming to my second home since we treat each other like family and work as a unit. In addition to working with amazing people, I also like how Schnabel takes care of their employees and helps me achieve a work-life balance.

How would you describe Schnabel?

Schnabel is a fun place to work where you can find the true meaning of family and longevity.  At Schnabel, you will notice that a lot of employees who join the team end up retiring here.

What is the most meaningful part of your job?

Helping our Project Managers and nationwide branches with the necessary paperwork to start their jobs on time is the most meaningful part of my job. Handling our taxes and taking care of notices from our tax department is also a very meaningful part of my job.

How is Schnabel different from other companies?

Schnabel is different from other companies because they put a lot of trust in their employees. This is very important because trust is the first step of respect and when you feel respected, you truly enjoy coming to work.

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