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Finance & Accounting Roles We Place
The treasurer position is responsible for corporate liquidity, investments, and risk management related to the company’s financial activities. Principal Accountabilities: Forecast cash flow positions, related borrowing needs, and funds available for investment.
As an Accounting Manager, you will supervise, monitor and evaluate all day-to-day accounting activities. Also, you will be establishing financial status by developing and implementing systems for collecting, analyzing, verifying and reporting financial information.
The internal auditors are accounting professionals who provide organizations with guidance on financial accuracy, internal controls, and regulatory compliance. They examine and improve operating practices, and financial and risk management processes of the organization.
The candidate for the cost accountant position is responsible for the reduction of a company’s financial waste and increasing profits. Duties include determining actual costs of manufacturing or providing a service, scrutinizing associated company expenses, analyzing profitability and preparing the company budget.
Director of Finance
Oversee, review, and adhere to the budgets for each business department. Analyze the financial climate and market trends to assist senior executives in creating strategic plans for the future. Interpret complex financial information and provide updates and information as needed.
The senior accountant prepares and records asset, liability, revenue, and expenses entries by compiling and analyzing account information. Maintains and balances subsidiary accounts by verifying, allocating, posting, reconciling transactions; resolving discrepancies.
Chief Financial Officer
A CFO’s job description should include: Providing leadership, direction and management of the finance and accounting team. Managing the processes for financial forecasting and budgets, and overseeing the preparation of all financial reporting. Advising on long-term business and financial planning.
The billing clerk position is accountable for creating invoices and credit memos, issuing them to customers by all necessary means, and updating customer files. Principal Accountabilities: Issue invoices to customers.
Improves financial status by analyzing results; monitoring variances; identifying trends; recommending actions to management. Reconciles transactions by comparing and correcting data. Maintains database by entering, verifying, and backing up data.
A Tax Accountant is responsible for assisting clients and companies with their financial and income tax statements. These qualified professionals research, study and interpret tax law. Their work includes preparing payments, identifying tax savings, and analyzing tax issues.
Accounts Payables Clerk
Reconciles processed work by verifying entries and comparing system reports to balances. Charges expenses to accounts and cost centers by analyzing invoice/expense reports; recording entries. Verifies vendor accounts by reconciling monthly statements and related transactions, processes all accounts payables.
Other Fin. & Acc. Roles
A Compliance Officer, or Compliance Manager, ensures a company functions in a legal and ethical manner while meeting its business goals. They are responsible for developing compliance programs, reviewing company policies, and advising management on possible risks.
Credit analysts assess and make decisions about customer credit applications using a range of criteria including purpose of application, credit viability, customer payment history and customer credit-worthiness. Credit analysts determine the credit worthiness of people or companies applying for loans, and visiting clients.
The bookkeeper develops a system to account for financial transactions by establishing a chart of accounts; defining bookkeeping policies and procedures. Maintains subsidiary accounts by verifying, allocating, and posting transactions. Balances subsidiary accounts by reconciling entries.
CREDIT AND COLLECTIONS CLERK
The credit and collection clerks notify or locate customers with delinquent accounts and attempts to secure payment, using postal services, telephone, or personal visit. They mail form letters to customers to encourage payment of delinquent accounts.
DATA ENTRY CLERK
Prepares source data for computer entry by compiling and sorting information; establishing entry priorities. Enters customer and account data by inputting alphabetic and numeric information on keyboard or optical scanner according to screen format. Requires good knowledge of the Microsoft applications.
Maintains payroll information by collecting, calculating, and entering data. Updates payroll records by entering changes in exemptions, insurance coverage, savings deductions, and job title and department/division transfers. Provides payroll information by answering questions and requests.
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