WHO OUR CLIENT IS: This company is a recognized leader in their industry. This company utilizes advanced technologies, manufacturing methods, and extensive research to develop and manufacture innovative products. They create solutions for retail and industrial applications in a variety of industries. WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER THIS ROLE: This is the opportunity to work for a leader in multiple industries. You will join a team of enthusiastic, collaborative, and innovative professionals. The ideal candidate demonstrates excellent interpersonal and problem solving skills. The ideal candidate also works well independently as well as within a team, and is able to adapt to changing needs. WHAT YOU WILL DO: Lead the monthly general ledger closing process. Support various headcount and labor reporting. Report and track weekly results for labor variances. Assist with benefits and corporate payroll reconciliation. Perform local labor and benefits accruals, when required. Maintain the depreciation and fixed assets system schedules. Forecast and track construction in process and ensure projects are within approved spending limits. Responsible for lease reconciliation and recording. Analyze monthly balance sheet accounts and perform various reconciliations. Balance and maintain subsidiary ledger accounts by allocating, reconciling, verifying, and posting transactions. Ensure financial records maintain in compliance with GAAP. Support and manage budget and forecast activities. Create periodic reports comparing forecast and budgets to actual costs. HOW YOU ARE QUALIFIED: Education: Bachelor's Degree in Accounting. 4+ Years of accounting experience, in a lean manufacturing setting required. CMA or CPApreferred. Excellent GAAP knowledge including IFRS and Sarbanes Oxley. Proficiency in Microsoft Excel.
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5 - 7 years

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