Accounting Manager Markstein Sales CompanyAntioch, CA 1 week ago Full Time
Summary of Responsibilities:
Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year College or university with a Business and/or Accounting degree; or three to five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Two to three years prior experience in a supervisory role in an accounting position within a manufacturing or distribution environment. Experience with various inventory management and order processing software applications is preferred. Experience with VIP software a plus.
Competitive salary with bonus structure
Full array of health and wellness benefits
401(k) with profit sharing
Great culture and work environment
Housing Services Controller Washington CountyHillsboro, OR 1 week ago Full Time
The Housing Services Controller manages, supervises, and coordinates the overall accounting and financial activities and operations for Washington County Department of Housing Services. The Housing Services Controller is part of the leadership team within the Department of Housing Services and has broad management responsibilities for staff performing full cycle finance and accounting functions. The Housing Services Controller is responsible for developing, administering, and managing financial tracking, budget formulation and monitoring, and ensuring accuracy and integrity of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) reporting related to multifamily affordable housing development (e.g., tax-exempt bonds, tax credits).
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
For more detailed information on this position and to apply on-line, please visit our Jobs Page at www.washcojobs.org .
Washington County offers employees a collaborative culture, work-life balance, and a comprehensive benefits package. Working within Washington County provides daily opportunities to serve and build communities now and into the future. We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to a diverse and inclusive workforce. Women, minorities, veterans and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Accountant, Association, Management & Consulting MCI USATysons, VA 1 week ago Full Time
-Review and verify accounts payable requests. Ensure all required information is included and correct.
-Process invoices in the system – work with staff accountant to ensure processed through both third party expense system and accounting software
-Prepare domestic & international electronic transfers and payments
-Reconciling accounts payable transactions in preparation for the analysis of accounts
-Resolve vendor invoice discrepancies and issues
-Maintain company files, accounts payable, accounts receivable, tax, and governance
-Assist with preparing schedules and supporting documentation for annual audit
-Assist staff accountant with monthly bank reconciliations, GL schedules (Deferred Dues, Deferred Revenue, etc.), journal entries for all schedules, reports, AP and AR analysis, payment requests and advancements
-Maintain due to / from schedules, as needed.
-Review of reports from AMC client databases and subsequent import/entry into the accounting system
-Work with client lead or VP of Finance on, supporting ad hoc requests and projects, as needed
-Miscellaneous: corporate tasks, filing, staff meetings, work with internal operations and matrix teams, other duties as assigned
-Assist with client budget development, as needed
-Located in Tysons, VA
-1-3 years of accounting experience
Supervisory Responsibility (List all positions supervised):
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $47,000.00 to $54,000.00 /year
Accountant/Fiscal Analyst II South Carolina Public Employee Benefit AuthorityRichland County, SC 1 week ago Full Time
Job Responsibilities The SC Public Employee Benefit Authority (PEBA) is the administrator and co-trustee of retirement and insurance programs for over half a million active and retired public employees of the State of South Carolina and their dependents. Process weekly, bi-weekly, and monthly vendor disbursements for administrative fees, billed premiums, and reimbursement of claims for insurance benefit products according to contracts. Ensure disbursements are reviewed and verified for accuracy and discrepancies are resolved. Coordinate with Information Technology and assist in testing system changes for fee or billing structure adjustments. Validate and process monthly transactions to post premium revenue and claims expenses to the OPEB (Other post-employment benefits) health and disability trusts. Calculate and verify Medicare Part D/EGWP (Employer Group Waiver Plan) subsidies and prescription drug rebates. Process the transactions to post medical spending account forfeitures and unclaimed property for stale-dated spending account funds. Ensure accurate transactions and documentation in the SCEIS (SC Enterprise Information System) finance system. Minimum and Additional Requirements A Bachelor's degree in accounting, auditing, finance, business or related field and related professional experience. Preferred Qualifications Knowledge of the principles, practices, terminology and theories of accounting, banking, budgeting, financial management or investment. Ability to proficiently apply mathematical concepts. Ability to analyze and interpret financial data, records, and reports. Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Experience with SCEIS or other SAP finance modules is desirable. Additional Comments The SC Public Employee Benefit Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in employment opportunities or decisions for persons on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or disability.
Full Charge Accountant / Bookkeeper CONFIDENTIAL - Management Consultants of Los AngelesSanta Monica area, CA 2 weeks ago Part Time
We need seasoned full charge bookkeeper with extensive QuickBooks experience. Initially, this role is part-time and on-site to work with a CPA.
* Take full charge of accounting and bookkeeping tasks.
* Post and process journal entries, issue invoices, update AR and AP.
* Set up Chart of Accounts. Create financial statements when needed.
* 3+ years' experience with QuickBooks.
* 3+ years' experience performing AR, AP, and working with the general ledger.
* B. of Accounting degree or better is a plus.
* Must be detail oriented, able to multi-task, and have a high attention to detail.
* Good verbal and written communication skills.
We are consulting firm established in 1997. We offer a flexible work-life balance in an informal, non-Corporate environment.
Associate, Investor Services and Treasury MG Stover & Co.Denver, CO 2 weeks ago Full Time
MG Stover & Co. is fast growing financial services firm headquartered in Denver with an additional office in NYC. We provide accounting, reporting, and investor relations to alternative investment funds. Investor Relations / Treasury Associates are responsible for reviewing investor documentation, completing AML/KYC, communications to investors on behalf of our clients and initiating cash transactions on behalf our our clientele. The role is critical to the success of the company as it is the main point of contact for our clients’ investors.
Investor Relations/Treasury Associate:
Housing Services Controller Washington CountyHILLSBORO, OR 2 weeks ago Full Time
The Housing Authority Controller manages, supervises and coordinates the overall accounting and financial activities and operations for Washington County Department of Housing Services. The Housing Authority Controller is part of the leadership team within the Department of Housing Services and has broad management responsibilities for staff performing full cycle finance and accounting functions. The Housing Authority Controller is responsible for developing, administering and managing financial tracking, budget formulation and monitoring, and ensuring accuracy and integrity of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) reporting related to multifamily affordable housing development (e.g., tax-exempt bonds, tax credits).
Senior GL Accountant Patra CorporationEl Dorad Hills, CA 2 weeks ago Full Time
Our company is growing and seeking experienced, thoughtful, and fun professionals who enjoy the challenge and opportunities of an innovative, dynamic company. Candidate will be a self-starter, well organized, highly detailed, possess excellent written and verbal communications, and have solid experience in accounting; and preferably experience in the insurance industry. Position is responsible and focused on working within the accounting / finance team on a wide variety of responsibilities. This is a hands-on position which has potential for growth and a great career opportunity.
Minimum Requirements - Education & Experience
Patra was founded in 2005 to enable insurance agents and brokers to issue certificates faster and more efficiently. In the last decade, much has changed. We still issue certificates for insurance agencies (more than 2.4 million certificates in the last year!), but also our mission has expanded to provide more than 100 distinct services for retail agencies (commercial, personal lines, and employee benefits), MGAs, wholesalers, carriers and more. Today, Patra works with hundreds of agencies, each with a custom mix of services designed to meet the unique needs of the organization.
Patra is an independent organization dedicated to providing processing and account service support in the insurance industry. It's that simple. How do we do it? That's simple, too. We're successful because of our Good People, Innovative Approach, and Proven Results. www.patracorp.com
Staff Accountant Community HopeParsippany, NJ 2 weeks ago Full Time
A full-time position assisting the Finance Dept. with the administrative functioning of the finance department.
Staff Accountant Toshiba America Business SolutionsRochester, NY 2 weeks ago Full Time
Toshiba America Business Solutions, a leader in digital technology, is seeking an experienced Staff Accountant supporting the NY marketplace reporting to the Rochester, NY office. We focus on far more than just equipment.
Our people bring innovative, real-world solutions for our client's print management needs; we help cut costs, secure documents and reduce the environmental footprint. We are a growing, dynamic organization that has a need for individuals who are driven to contribute their professional best.
Overview: Review, evaluate, analyze and resolve complex accounting/finance business transactions to ensure effective and efficient accounting operations. Responsible for monthly close processes as well as initiating general accounting and reporting process improvements to gain efficiencies and strengthen overall control environment.
Review, evaluate and analyze complex financial and business transactions applying accounting principles as appropriate. Includes but not limited to budgeting, forecasting and general ledger analysis; identify problematic areas and recommend solutions for correction
Perform complex month-end close activities, including preparation and analysis of journal entries and reconciliations for areas including accruals and consolidations. This includes reconciling intercompany transactions, variance analysis and documentation of significant transactions.
Review financial statements to ensure transactions and consolidations are properly reflected and in accordance with GAAP. Perform balance sheet and income statement analytics. Provide and implement solutions for problematic areas.
Work in conjunction with internal audit to enhance the internal controls over accounting processes and systems. Implement accounting policies and procedures as required enhancing business operations.
Implement general accounting and reporting process improvements to gain efficiencies and strengthen overall control of the environment. Prepare complex ad-hoc financial analysis and reports; perform accounting forensics where required for complex business operations. Responsible for accounting projects and initiatives
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Position Qualification -Experience
Five plus years of general accounting experience (must have demonstrated month-end close experience) in a complex accounting environment. CPA, MBA or big 4 accounting experience preferred.
Strong knowledge and application of GAAP (accounting theory and practice), Ability to execute, follow-up, and ensure attention to detail.
Commitment to process improvement and the ability to think “out-of the box”- Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
A team player, adept at building relationships across the organization- Able to keep deadlines at a fast pace without losing accuracy.
Strong problem solving, analytical, and communication (both verbal and written) skills.
Proficiency with Microsoft tools (Excel, Word) is required.
Toshiba America Business Solutions, Inc. offers a competitive salary and generous benefits package including the following:
Group health coverage (medical, dental, & vision)
Employee Assistance Programs
Pre-tax spending accounts
401(k) plan (with company match)
Company provided life insurance
Generous paid holiday schedule, paid vacation & sick/personal business/volunteer days
Toshiba America Business Solutions is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer that evaluates qualified applicants without regard to age, ancestry, color, religious creed, disability, marital status, medical condition, genetic information, military or veteran status, national origin, race, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression and sexual orientation or any other protected factor.
We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. Individuals who need a reasonable accommodation because of a disability for any part of the employment process should email AccommodationRequest@tabs.toshiba.com to request an accommodation.
Staff Accountant Confidential - Entertainment IndustryLos Angeles, CA 2 weeks ago Full Time
An established independent entertainment studio that produces over 40 feature films and TV series per year, is looking for a Staff Accountant with solid accounting skills who will excel in a fast-paced & dynamic environment with outstanding career growth opportunities. This position is responsible for performing general ledger accounting functions and reports to the Controller.
" Prepare journal entries and supporting documentation in accordance with US GAAP for each month-end close
" Prepare monthly balance sheet reconciliations to ensure account balances are properly recorded and supported
" Prepare supporting documentation for areas of responsibility for the year-end audit
" Assist with residuals reporting
" Assist with treasury functions, including cash management, debt service, and foreign exchange transactions.
" Assist in the development and improvement of accounting processes
" Assist with special projects and ad-hoc requests, as necessary
Qualifications and Skills Required:
" Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or Finance
" 2+ years of public and/or corporate accounting experience
" Intermediate to advanced MS Excel skills
" Exceptional attention to detail, flexible and dependable
" Proactive seeker of learning and growth opportunities
" Strong problem solving and analytical skills
" Collaborative team member who offers support to others
" Entertainment Industry experience a plus
" Sage Intacct experience a big plus
" Residuals experience a big plus
Controller Oregon State UniversityCorvallis, OR 2 weeks ago Full Time
Oregon State University is recruiting a Controller to join their finance leadership team.
Located in Corvallis, one of the greatest college towns within the U.S., Oregon State University is a global leader in technology, research, and the environment. The Controller reports to the Vice President for Finance and Administration and provides leadership for financial and accounting functions within Oregon State University.
The Controller is responsible for establishing and maintaining an effective, efficient and compliant accounting and financial reporting system and system of internal controls throughout the university. They will also be responsible for establishing and maintaining effective, efficient, and compliant fiscal policies and business processes that support the teaching, research and outreach and engagement mission of the university. In carrying out these two primary responsibilities, the Controller shall collaboratively work with important constituents and constituent groups, including the Provost and Executive Vice President, the Provost’s Council, President’s Cabinet, the Faculty Senate through its Executive Committee, the Oregon State University Foundation, Associated Students of OSU (ASOSU) leadership, as well as the other units within the Division of Finance and Administration.
Oversee Business and Finance Operations—Business Affairs; Financial Accounting & Analysis; Procurement, Contracts & Materials Management; Treasury; Shared Services-Business Centers (10%)
Manage Accounting, Financial Services and Reporting (25%)
Oversee Treasury, Capital Financing, Debt, Cash and Investments (10%)
Oversee Taxation (5%)
Provide Board and Constituent Support (15%)
Coordinate Statewide Shared Financial Services (5%)
Collaborate on Integrated Financial Planning (15%)
Develop and Implement Fiscal Policies and Procedures (10%)
Other Duties as Assigned (5%)
Provides financial analysis and reporting for use by the board, president, university leadership, creditors, grantors, state executives, legislators, donors, and other agencies that have a financial interest in the university to enable them to have confidence in the financial management of the University.
Maintains effective working relationships with financial managers at the Oregon State University Foundation (OSUF), Oregon State University Alumni Association (OSUAA), the University Shared Services Enterprise (USSE) and the Agricultural Research Foundation (ARF).
Oversees the preparation of the university’s financial statements and Annual Financial Report, periodic tax return and tax-related filings (including payroll, UBIT, and filings related to tax-exempt bonds), coordination of the university’s federal Facilities and Administration Rate Proposal, functional management of administrative data processing systems, including general ledger, accounts receivable, purchasing-A/P, fixed assets, payroll, and financial consolidation and reporting, and assuring appropriate stewardship of resources of university funds and assets.
Motivates teams of employees to sustain the highest levels of productivity and commitment, and demonstrates the capacity to fully understand and manage the myriad complex accounting, financial reporting, and business-related issues of a large and complex research university.
Promotes diversity and inclusiveness through hiring practices, staff training and awareness measures.
This position exercises considerable independent judgment and makes high level decisions on a diverse and complex range of university-wide fiscal policies, procedures, and operations. Wise decisions result in perceptive long range strategic plans; effective, efficient, and economical operations; strong internal controls; compliance with legal, tax, and federal funding requirements; timely, consistent and useful internal and external reports; and prompt, accurate, and service oriented interaction with vendors, employees, and the general public. Sound decisions also result in the avoidance of negative press coverage, fines and penalties by taxing authorities, critical audit findings, grievances by collective bargaining groups, and lawsuits by vendors, employees, and others. These actions have direct impact on the financial activities of the Oregon State University
Bachelor’s degree or higher in accounting, finance, business administration or a related field.
Hold an active Certified Public Accountant professional license.
Eight-plus years’ senior level management experience including direct responsibility for financial services and accounting operations.
Experience overseeing internal controls and compliance, particularly through the COSO or other internal controls framework.
Demonstrated track record of administrative effectiveness in a college/university, public agency, corporate or other nonprofit setting. Innovative and progressive management skills in implementing and enforcing fiscal, human resources and organizational policies and analysis of systems, processes and procedures.
Demonstrable leadership and supervisory skills with the ability to foster an effective and diverse work environment that encourages teamwork, customer service, inclusiveness, and employee growth.
Ability to think strategically and creatively. Demonstrated experience in leading change, balancing strategic initiatives and daily operations.
Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
Strong ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
Superior analytical skills.
Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively with a wide range of colleagues and constituents.
A demonstrable commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity.
Preferred (Special) Qualifications
Masters of Business Administration or Public Administration.
Higher education and federal research compliance experience.
Experience implementing major information technology systems.
Significant experience in the development of complex budgets, fiscal and management reports, internal control structures, compliance metrics and preparation of complex comprehensive annual financial statements, tax reporting.
Previous experience in a controller position.
Experience in federal grant control compliance and F&A rate development and negotiations.
Experience in bond issuance and debt management, treasury operations, investment management, and federal compliance reporting.
Experience with structuring tuition rates, remissions and discounts in conjunction with collection strategies to meet university cash management and enrollment management goals.
Experience with federal cash management regulations and federal financial aid Title IV compliance.
Experience with managing procurement services and contract negotiation
This position is designated as a critical or security-sensitive position; therefore, the incumbent must successfully complete a Criminal History Check and be determined to be position qualified as per OSU STANDARD 576-055-0000 et seq. Incumbents are required to self-report convictions and those in Youth Programs may have additional Criminal History Checks every 24 months. Offers of employment are contingent upon meeting all minimum qualifications including the Criminal History Check Requirement.
OSU commits to inclusive excellence by advancing equity and diversity in all that we do. We are an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer, and particularly encourage applications from members of historically underrepresented racial/ethnic groups, women, individuals with disabilities, veterans, LGBTQ community members, and others who demonstrate the ability to help us achieve our vision of a diverse and inclusive community.
Oregon State University has partnered with Another Source, an external recruitment firm, to assist in their hiring process.
Accounting Manager Partners in School InnovationSan Francisco, CA 2 weeks ago Full Time
Partners in School Innovation is transforming education in profound ways by training and empowering change agents to close the gap in school and student achievement. Through our collaboration with teachers and schools, Partners has impacted over 30,000 students by providing an enriching and thriving environment for every student, regardless of background. Partners is looking for exceptional people to scale our transformative approach, reaching more than 30% of US students of color living in poverty by 2022.
As the Accounting Manager, YOU’LL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR:
-General Accounting including payroll, general ledger accounting and closing. Cash management.
-Some modeling and projection work.
-Grants management and reporting.
YOU’LL COME WITH:
-Three to five years of finance/accounting experience in the education, nonprofit or public agency sector.
-Bachelor's degree in finance, accounting or suitable experience.
-Generalist’s skill set including familiarity with grant accounting, payroll, general financial accounting, compliance, especially related to FASB standards for nonprofits.
-Cash management and budgeting, contract negotiation and management.
-Knowledge of a variety of cloud based accounting related systems
-Understanding of public education; experience working with school districts a plus.
-A proven commitment to equity, an understanding of how public systems drive social outcomes, and a desire to deepen your awareness and competency across racial, cultural and economic lines.
-Proficiency with software programs including Excel spreadsheets
-Ability to organize and prioritize multiple tasks and work collaboratively, as well as independently.
-Ability to problem solve and to learn and apply new technologies.
-Experience training others on financial procedures and best practices.
-You Care (aka Your Purpose is Bigger than You). You care about the collective good and are willing to sacrifice personal interests and being liked to serve broader impact. You want to be part of making the world a more just place, and managing the money is where you fit. You understand how your role works in the bigger system, and you take it very seriously; you get that money can be a sensitive subject. Your grounding drives your courage to show up as your best possible self, with full transparency. You’re kind to others, even when it involves intense disagreement.
-Sustainability Rules. You have a steady detail orientation and are precise with the standards applied throughout the reporting process. You’re methodical and efficient, balancing speed and quality. You value accuracy above all else. You work well across functions, and translate information in effective ways. You’re extra organized.
-Irreproachable Integrity: You’re honest, candid and forthright in every interaction, even when it’s disadvantageous to you. You treat all confidential information with the utmost discretion. You fully disclose financial information, even when it’s difficult for you to say and hard for others to hear.
-A solid communicator and negotiator. You actively listen and ask smart questions. You present compelling arguments and are positioned from the place that cash decisions aren’t about “yes” or “no”, but are really about priorities and trade-offs. You bravely tackle conflicts with a solution-based approach built on facts, empathy and win/win outcomes. You’re able to hold accountability and be supportive at the same time.
-A natural problem solver. You love challenges and aren't easily discouraged. You’re a resilient, proactive strategist; you see roadblocks before you hit them, and look for creative solutions to get the job done. You rely on logic and facts while honoring the behavioral and emotional dynamics of problems.
-An awesome team member. A natural at collaborating with a variety of personalities, you get the interrelatedness of what we all do. You enlist your problem solving and communications skills – sprinkling in your high EQ and fun personality- to build strong relationships. You know the importance of leveraging divergent viewpoints for the betterment of the work, and also know when it’s time to graciously move on. You show up strong when your team members need you. You hold your colleagues accountable, and you’re receptive and humble when they hold you accountable.
-An agile, lifelong learner with a growth mindset. You pick things up quickly and think critically; you’re intellectually curious and deeply committed to learning and growing, even when it’s tough-going – you persevere through mistakes and failure.
Senior Accountant Center for Diagnostic ImagingSt Louis Park, MN 2 weeks ago Full Time
As a Senior Accountant at the Center for Diagnostic Imaging you will be responsible for all accounting related activities for two of our local markets, encompassing approximately 10 diagnostic imaging centers. You will prepare and reconcile financial statements; prepare audit and budget schedules; and support management decisions through financial analysis. In addition to performing accounting function such as ledger entries and monthly closes, you will also play a pivotal role in the annual budgeting process and in the planning of new imaging centers or new services in your local markets.
Assistant Production Accountant Critical ContentBurbank, CA 2 weeks ago Full Time
Essential Job Functions:
o Review SPW and union guidelines, if needed
o Process weekly time cards and submit for approval
o Liaise with payroll processing company
o Review payroll edits for accuracy and corrects if needed
o Verify and prepare paychecks for distribution
o Post med files and reformat if needed
o Get final payroll invoice approved for payment
o Format invoice in Excel including correctly coding all expenses
o Verify and ensure that all backup is correct
o Resolve errors and obtain missing backup
Critical Content is an equal opportunity employer and considers all candidates for employment regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, citizenship, age, disability, marital status, military or veteran’s status (including protected veterans, as may be required by federal law), sexual orientation or any other category protected by law.
Staff Accountant ERS Rental Solutions, LLCHouston, TX 2 weeks ago Full Time
Staff accountant assists the VP-CFO with all finance and administrative duties. Must have the ability to analyze numbers, knowledge of accounting principles, excellent verbal/written communication, multi-tasking, prioritizing, and organizational skills.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
1. Assist in the preparation of financial statements
2. Reconcile and analyze balance sheet accounts
3. Maintain accounts receivable, apply cash receipts, make collection calls as necessary
4. Record capital assets to GL and equipment master
5. Manage company-wide physical inventory counts
6. Process hourly payroll
7. Enter journal entries into ERP system
8. VISA purchasing card administrator
9. Maintain customer files including insurance certificates
10. Maintain vendor files
11. Prepare state tax returns: HEIT, TERP and Vertex
12. Calculate and communicate sales commission payments
13. Other duties as assigned
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS / EDUCATION / WORK EXPERIENCE
1. Bachelor degree in Accounting
2. Advanced skills in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.
3. Prior experience with ERP systems a plus.
Staff Auditor HFFPittsburgh, PA 2 weeks ago Full Time
This position will be responsible for internal control testing including coordination with outside service providers and external auditors. The position will also be responsible for performing internal audit projects on key operational processes each year.
Conducting internal audit testing for select key processes
Conducting financial and compliance audits to evaluate company risks
Documenting audit testing in a concise manner through preparation of detailed audit work papers prepared in accordance with departmental standards
Developing recommendations and remediation plans for identified areas of weakness
Assist external service providers and external auditors with SOX compliance testing
Maintain SOX database
Performing special projects and assignments under direction of department management
2+ years of audit experience with a Big 4, regional accounting firm or internal audit department
Advanced computer skills with a strong proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), accounting software, and databases
Ability to consistently and accurately manipulate large amounts of data and to compile detailed, clear reports
Well rounded knowledge of accounting principles
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Excellent written skills including ability to document processes and prepare audit findings
Strong time management skills, organizational abilities and attention to detail
Excellent analytical and project management skills
Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously
CPA or CIA designation considered a plus
Bachelor's degree in Accounting
Advanced working knowledge of Excel
Accounting and financial reporting software
HFF is an equal opportunity employer and affords equal opportunity to all applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, age, handicap or disability, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.
Accounting Associate The Beckerman Group, Inc.Hackensack, NJ 2 weeks ago Full Time
Growing organization is currently seeking an Accounting Associate to join our team! In this role, you will report directly to the CFO and be responsible for managing accounts payable, accounts receivable, cash management and payroll.
Responsibilities and Duties include, but are not limited to:
Associate Director, Financial Services The University CorporationNorthridge, CA 2 weeks ago Full Time
Associate Director of Financial Services
The University Corporation (TUC) is a non-profit auxiliary corporation providing commercial and administrative services to California State University, Northridge. The University Corporation empowers its staff to be proactive and resourceful in order to achieve the highest standard of customer service to the University community.
We are looking for a dynamic financial professional as the Associate Director of Financial Services managing the day-to-day activities of accounts receivable, payroll, accounts payable, general ledger, and cash room operations. Reporting to the Controller, the Associate Director (“AD”) is a hands-on manager, a collaborative member of the management team, contributing to ensure a sound financial and business operation. The Associate Director possess excellent professional skills to manage the financial services team and provide in-depth knowledge and experiences in all aspects of accounting functions.
Key Responsibilities include:
Apply online at http://www.csun.edu/careers/
Apply as “External Candidate" and then select Associate director (TUC) - (Job Id 7391)
For more information regarding the requirements for the position, please visit our website at http://www.csun.edu/tuc/careers
Equal Employment Opportunity
The University Corporation is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, age, disability, genetic information, or veteran status.
Accounts Payable Clerk Interim HRDeerfield, IL 2 weeks ago Full Time
POSITION SUMMARY: Responsible for the complete and accurate processing of Accounts Payable and other duties as assigned.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Review payable invoices for accuracy and proper authorization consistent with FBHS expenditure policy; input vendor invoices for payment, process checks and ACHs on a regular basis and actively respond to customer (vendors & employee) inquiries.
2. Administer T&E expense reporting system and review T&E expense reports weekly.
3. Administer payment files related to credit cards, purchase cards and legal invoices.
4. Perform basic account analysis on balance sheet accounts (e.g., Intercompany accounts, Fixed Assets and Accounts Payable)
5. Perform month end processing to ensure an accurate accounting of all invoices and balance reports to the corresponding general ledger accounts.
6. Perform quarterly Intercompany reconciliations.
7. Maintain Corporate Policies & Procedures as they relate to areas of responsibility.
8. Perform vendor maintenance file updates and scan invoices into the system as needed.
8. Perform other projects as required.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: High School diploma or equivalent required; Associate/Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting/Business preferred. Experience in AP in a corporate office setting preferred. Knowledge of SAP preferred. Must be flexible, organized and able to work under time constraints and deadlines. Excellent oral and written communication skills required. Must be able to provide a high level of customer service and maintain a high degree of confidentiality.