Accounting Officer - Sr

Responsibilities
Function:
The successful candidate will work within the Corporate Accounting Department as a Line of Business Controller for one or more Lines of Business. The primary functions are as follows:
Provide Line of Business with a dedicated accounting representative by gaining an in-depth understanding of the business and processes, developing relationships and expertise within business unit, and understanding strategic initiatives, directions, and goals.
Responsible for the accurate, timely preparation and review of journal entries, reconciliations, monthly and quarterly reporting, month end close, and actuals/forecast/budget analysis.
Answer inquiries from management, external auditors, and regulatory authorities regarding accounting policies and procedures.
Partner with Division Finance Managers to understand, research, and support accounting and finance issues.
Responsible for serving as accounting subject matter expert on Line of Business projects to ensure accounting concerns are adequately addressed and generally accepted accounting principles adhered to
Qualifications
Requirements:
Ability to manage in a fast-paced accounting environment (strong multi-tasking skills).
Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance
4+ years of progressive accounting experience.
Banking experience preferred.
CPA certification required.
Public Accounting experience is considered a plus.
Must be able to maintain a high level of confidentiality and work independently.
Excellent time management, interpersonal and organizational skills required
Excellent written and oral communication required.
Competency with US GAAP required. Familiarity with IFRS is considered a plus.
Experience in assisting with audits (internal, external, statutory and/or regulatory) considered a plus.
Experience with Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint considered a requisite.
Experience with Mobius, TM1, Concur, ARIBA considered a plus.
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