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Accountant

Accountant duties include preparing financial statements and various accounting reports, auditing contracts and invoices and vouchers, and implementing general accounting systems.  Other requirements include:  minimum 1-3 years direct experience, 10-key by touch, proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite software, including Excel, and exposure to general ledger accounting software applications.

Accounting Manager
Accounting Manager responsibilities encompass the formulation and supervision of approved accounting practices and provide accurate financial reporting and financial results.   May also supervise accounting clerical staff and assume some office managerial duties.  Other required skills include:  proficiency in general ledger software applications and Microsoft Office, and local and state tax compliance experience.
Accounts Payable Clerk
Accounts Payable Clerk positions should have strong communication, customer service and organizational skills. Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and familiarity with accounting software programs may be required.  Typical duties vary by specialty but may include: matching, batching, coding and entering invoices; entering, posting and reconciling batches; researching and resolving accounts payable or accounts receivable issues with customers or vendors; updating and reconciling sub-ledger to the general ledger; and maintaining cash applications, account reconciliations, and chargebacks.
Accounts Payable Manager
Accounts Payable Managers should have solid communication, organizational and interpersonal skills and have at least five years of experience and advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office applications and general ledger accounting systems knowledge.  College degree in accounting or a related area may be required, as well as certification accounting (CPA/CMA).  Typical duties include: supervising the accounts payable department; preparing accruals and reconciling to the general ledger; maintaining cash requirements schedules and accounts payable aging analysis; performing general ledger posting and monthly/year-end reconciliations.
Accounts Receivable Clerk
Accounts Receivable Clerk  responsibilities include proficiency with Microsoft Office applications, 10-key by touch and familiarity with additional software programs may be required.  Other duties include:  matching, batching, coding and entering invoices; entering, posting and reconciling batches; researching and resolving accounts payable or accounts receivable issues with customers or vendors; updating and reconciling sub-ledger to the general ledger; maintaining cash applications, account reconciliations, and chargebacks.
Accounts Receivable Manager
Accounts Receivable Manager  responsibilities encompass good communication, organizational and interpersonal skills, proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and at least five years experience in direct accounts receivable.  College degree in accounting or a related area is preferred, but it is not usually a requirement.  Typical duties include:  supervising the accounts receivable, collections and billing departments; preparing accruals and reconciling to the general ledger; performing general ledger posting and monthly/year-end reconciliations; preparing aging reports.
Bookkeeper
Bookkeeper responsibilities encompass solid communication, organizational and customer service skills, proficiency with Microsoft Excel and accounting applications as QuickBooks or Peachtree, and minimum three years direct bookkeeping experience.  Additional duties include:  processing accounts payable and accounts receivable; managing bank reconciliations and payroll processing; posting journal entries.   10-key by touch also required.
Commercial Credit Analyst
Commercial Credit Analysts must possess a bachelor's degree in accounting or finance, excellent communication ability, proficiency in all Microsoft Office Suite applications, and solid background in general accounting principals.  Typical duties include:  suggesting credit limitations to bank management; contacting banks, credit-reporting firms, sales departments and other areas to obtain credit information; examining and maintaining the credit history of customer companies; compiling results and preparing reports for customers.
Controller
Controller is responsible for all accounting and control functions of the financial aspects of an organization, including complete responsibility for the protection of the company assets.  Duties include:  establishing financial and accounting systems and procedures; directing the preparation of reports, audits, and statements to provide management with information relative to financial plans, transactions, inventories, sales and taxes; supervising clerical accounting staff.  Excellent communication skills, bachelor's degree in accounting (CPA/CMA certification preferred) and knowledge in general ledger software also required.
Cost Accountant
Cost Accountant duties include: monitoring unit cost variance; implementing cost standards for materials and labor; preparing cost-of-goods-sold and production reports; reconciling beginning raw-materials, work-in-progress and finished-goods stock.  Proficiency with Microsoft Excel and Access, familiarity with cost accounting software modules and experience with Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems desired.  Bachelor's degree in accounting and finance required with work toward professional certification (CPA/CMA) preferred.
Cost Accounting Manager
Cost Accounting Manager responsibilities include: supervising the cost and inventory departments; developing cost standards for materials and labor; designing and implementing cost accounting systems; analyzing production costs and recommending changes.  Minimum five years direct experience and a bachelor's degree in accounting preferred.  Excellent communication, interpersonal, analytical and accounting software technology skills are also required.  Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Certified Management Accountant (CMA) accreditation is also highly valued. 
Credit Manager
Credit Manager is responsible for establishing and maintaining company guidelines for customer credit approval and usually has final authority on company credit approval or rejection.  Perfoms (or oversees clerical staff) the collection of delinquent accounts.  Strong analytical, communication, negotiation and interpersonal skills required and generally requires at least five years' credit or collections experience.  Other duties include: preparing cash flow projections; reviewing daily cash balances; selecting collection agencies to pursue problem accounts; reviewing accounts receivable aging reports and outstanding loans; proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite required.
Credit/Collections Clerk
Credit/Collections Clerk duties include: creating and maintaining credit history files; responding to credit inquiries; making collection calls/follow-ups; 10-key by touch.  Typically an entry position and must have excellent negotiation and communication skills.  Direct accounting experience helpful and proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite applications required.
Data Entry Clerk

Data Entry Clerk positions are usually entry-level, and require 10-key by touch.  Typical duties include:  performing data entry; matching purchase orders with invoices; assisting with the processing of accounts payable and accounts receivable.   Ability to follow directions and basic analytical skills required.

Financial Analyst
Financial Analyst positions require strong analytical and technology abilities, including experience with Microsoft Excel and database applications.  Bachelor's degree in accounting or finance required. Proficiency with Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems and solid organizational and communication skills also required.  Other duties include: assisting with budget, cost and variance analyses; ensuring proper allocation of overhead charges; helping with financial planning and modeling; assisting with the preparation of operating budgets.
Full-Charge Bookkeeper
Full-Charge Bookkeepers primary responsibility is to keep a complete set of accurate records of company financial transactions.  Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite applications and accounting software, like QuickBooks or Peachtree, is required.  Minimum  five years direct experience, although requirements differ significantly by company.  Typical duties include: processing accounts payable and accounts receivable; managing bank and general ledger reconciliations, as well as payroll processing; tracking fixed assets and preparing depreciation schedules; supervising accounting clerks and entry-level bookkeepers; preparing the trial balance; performing month-end closings.
Internal Audit Accountant
Internal Audit Accountant requirements include: reviewing general ledger accounts and correcting journal entries; handling account analysis and reconciliation, including bank statements and inter-company general ledger accounts; maintaining the general ledger chart of accounts; conducting initial internal control evaluation; ascertaining whether company assets are properly accounted for and safeguarded from loss; posting monthly, quarterly and yearly accruals.  Other requirement include a bachelor's degree in accounting or finance, strong technology skills, including extensive knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Access, and excellent communication skills.
Internal Audit Accounting Manager
Internal Audit Accounting Managers generally need at least five years of experience, as well as solid communication, technology and analytical abilities. Working knowledge of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems is also valuable. Companies expect a bachelor's degree in accounting or finance, but prefer candidates with advanced credentials such as a master's degree in business administration (MBA) or certified public accountant (CPA).  Typical duties include: preparing and/or reviewing appropriate ledger entries and reconciliations; maintaining the general ledger system; preparing monthly, quarterly and annual financial statements; assisting with regulatory reporting as applicable; coordinating the budget process; supervising accounting staff.
Loan Administrator
Loan Adminstrator requires strong organizational, communication and customer service skills and at least two years of previous banking or mortgage experience and may require a bachelor's degree.  Typical duties include: processing and monitoring loan payments; handling customer inquiries; identifying signs of suspicious or unusual account activity and making appropriate recommendations to minimize risks.  Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite applications required.
Mortgage Processor
Mortgage Processor skill set requires strong organizational, customer service, negotiation, problem-solving and communication skills.  Duties include: processing mortgage loan applications from the time of receipt of application to submission of the loan package to underwriting; gathering, organizing and tracking loan documentation; working with lenders, applicants, underwriters, appraisers and others to complete processing; resolving customer service issues.  10-key by touch and 60+wpm typing ability required. 
Payroll Administrator
Payroll Administrator responsibilities include strong technical skills, including proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite applications and automated payroll processing services.   Minimum two years of payroll experience, a high school diploma or equivalent, and excellent communication and problem-solving abilities required.  Other duties include: processing payroll; reconciling payroll sub-ledger to the general ledger; remitting taxes and governmental reporting; preparing monthly, quarterly and year-end payroll statements; administering benefits and the registered retirement plan.
Payroll Clerk
Payroll Clerk positions require a minimum two years direct payroll experience and proficiency with Microsoft Office applications.   Automated payroll processing systems knowledge, like ADP,  and good communication, customer service and organizational skills may also be required.  Duties include: performing data entry and reconciling timecards; distributing paychecks and statements to department managers; answering inquiries from employees and vendors.  10-key by touch required.
Payroll Manager
Payroll Manager position requires at least five years direct payroll experience, in addition to a bachelor's degree in accounting or finance. A certified payroll professional (CPP) designation is valuable. Firms also seek proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and automated payroll processing services, like ADP.  Duties include: supervising payroll staff; ensuring compliance with current government regulations; establishing and implementing policies on such matters as garnishments and payroll advancements to employees; preparing government reporting; preparing accruals and reconciling to the general ledger.
Senior Accountant
Senior Accountant requires a broad range of financial accounting knowledge working under general supervision.  Typically requires a minimum of 4 years direct accounting experience.  Duties include the preparation of financial statements, management reports, extensive account analysis and general and specific project auditing.  Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite applications and accounting software knowledge required. 
Tax Accountant
Tax Accountant position needs strong technology skills, including expertise with Microsoft Office Suite, database applications and enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems.  Minimum three years' experience in tax accounting and a bachelor's degree in accounting also required. Individuals who have also earned a master's degree in business administration (MBA) or accreditation such as certified public accountant (CPA) or certified management accountant (CMA) preferred.   Duties include: completing corporate tax returns; assuring compliance with federal, state and local tax laws and regulations; conducting research and planning on applicable tax laws and regulations; minimizing tax liability through sound and informed application of laws and regulations.

 

Tax Manager
Tax Manager requires at least five years of direct corporate tax accounting experience; those with public accounting backgrounds and a bachelor's degree in tax accounting preferred. Individuals who have also earned a master's degree in business administration (MBA) or accreditation such as certified public accountant (CPA) or certified management accountant (CMA) have an advantage when pursuing these positions.  Duties include: preparing corporate tax returns; assisting with research and planning on current tax laws and evaluating the tax impact of current and proposed company activities and transactions; working with the director of accounting or controller on assets depreciation schedules and policies; identifying ways to minimize corporate tax liability in accordance with current tax laws; supporting the tax director on tax audits by outside regulatory agencies.
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