Accountant III

76856BR Position Summary: The Accountant IIIwill facilitate general ledger month-end close including preparation of journal entries in accordance with company policy and GAAP; reconcile inter-company accounts and bank accounts; facilitate monthly reconciliations and analyses of general ledger asset and liability accounts; calculate and track rebates; prepare international VAT/GST returns and state sales and use tax returns as required; prepare accounts receivable detailed aging for review; and work on special projects incorporating research/analysis as requested. Key Responsibilities: This role is responsible for performing account analysis and reconciliation of the general ledger accounts and transactions: Compiles and analyzes financial information to prepare financial statements including monthly and annual accounts Performs accurate and timely monthly close activities, including accrual and other journal entries, intercompany invoicing and reconciliations, bank reconciliations, and other account reconciliations and roll forwards Prepares financial statements and other financial reports to analyze revenues, costs, expenses, transactions, and trends related to financial performance Provides reports to management to support financial reporting activities Performs account analysis and reconciliation of the general ledger accounts and transactions Performs financial audit preparation and interacts with external and internal domestic and international audit teams Prepares tax returns for multiple domestic and international jurisdictions, maintaining appropriate supporting documentation Monitors, researches and supports taxation issues Assist in the preparation of internal and external reporting packages, taking advantage of opportunities to enhance usefulness and efficiency Maintains Fixed Asset register, Depreciation schedules, and CIP Works closely across all of finance and with other business departments Provides coverage (backup) to support other accounting and finance duties when necessary Manages Intercompany balancing and reconciliation each close period Other duties as assigned Key Success Factors: Detail-oriented and self-motivated Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities Commitment to continuous improvement The ability to participate as a team member in the department and the company as a whole Interact positively with all levels of associates Ability to multi-task and exercise discretion while handling sensitive information Capacity to act as a self-starter and as a team player with strong follow-up skills Knowledge of accepted accounting practices and principles (GAAP and IFRS) Strong written and verbal communication skills Flexibility in scheduling due to business requirements (i.e., month-end close) Organizational skills and ability to work independently with changing priorities Ability to develop effective cross-functional working relationships Ability to utilize analytics and trends to better understand past performance and forecast expectations Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or related discipline required (Master's preferred) 5+ years of progressive accounting experience MS Office 365 with advanced knowledge of Excel International tax experience (a plus) Experienced with accounting systems (HFM, FAS, CMR experience a plus)
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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