Staff Accountant - 1722

Job Description:

The Accountant Staff will be reporting to the GL Accounting Manager and will be working cross functionally with teams throughout the company to prepare and analyze various accounting activities.


General Ledger

  • Perform accounting functions including General Ledger, Fixed Asset, Inventory Accounting
  • Perform month end close procedures (i.e., prepare journal entry, closing of sub-ledger, account reconciliation, etc)
  • Perform research and analysis of financial results / statements
  • Consolidation and reconciliation
  • Ensure compliance with company policy and generally accepted accounting practices
  • Assist with audit including prepare schedules, reports and retrieve documents

Accounts Payable

  • Perform full cycle Accounts Payable functions by coding, vouchering, reviewing, and processing all types of vendor invoices including employee business expense reimbursements
  • Perform month end close procedures (i.e., closing of AP sub-ledger, prepare journal entries, etc.).
  • Maintain accurate records include processing of invoices, vendor maintenance, account reconciliations
  • Maintain the Accounts Payable cycle to ensure accurate and timely payments are made to vendors as well as ensuring that expenses are approved
  • Answer inquiries from vendors, employees and resolve outstanding issues
  • Ensure compliance with AP internal control, policies and procedures


  • Execute Treasury operations activities, perform month / quarter end reporting
  • Perform reconciliation in all treasury aspects
  • Provide bank account administration and services support for the company’s banking platform
  • Serve as liaison between A/P, A/R, Payroll, and bank service providers for various cross-functional projects
  • Ensure compliance with Treasury internal control, policies and procedures


  • 3 - 5 years of experience in accounting preferably with experience in General Ledger, Fixed Assets, Inventory Accounting, Accounts Payable, Treasury
  • Strong accounting / financial acumen
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Experience with ERP systems (preferably Oracle) and advanced Excel Skills
  • Must be a self-starter with the ability to work independently
  • Team player with strong and effective communication skills
  • Must be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment and capable of handling multiple projects simultaneously with attention to details
  • Candidate must be able to adjust work schedule as necessary to ensure critical financial reporting deadlines are met. (Normally need to work long hours for month end close.)


  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting / Finance from an accredited college / university

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Req # 1722

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