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Assistant Controller

The Assistant Controller will report to the Controller but work closely with both the Controller and the Sr Director of Accounting to integrate our acquisitions, build, mentor and grow the Accounting team, take a hands-on role in evaluating and improving existing accounting processes, apply knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)including preparing PPA for new acquisitions and represent the Finance department to internal and external business partners. The Assistant Controller will manage several accounting functions including, but not limited to; General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Fixed Assets, Cash, consolidations and Intercompany Transactions.  The ideal candidate is an individual who thrives in a fast-paced environment, is adept at change, is capable of innovating and building controlled scalable processes to help facilitate our next phase of growth. 

 

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Ensure compliance with U.S. GAAP and industry accounting standards
  • Supervise, manage and develop accounting staff team
  • Manage the month-end close process, the close schedule and general ledger tasks
  • Review all balance sheet reconciliations and perform account analysis and research
  • Prepare PPA for acquisitions, review journal entries and accounting schedules
  • Review journal entries and accounting schedules prepared by accounting staff
  • Help review commission calculations and payroll entries
  • Integrate the accounting functions from our acquisitions (US and Intl)
  • Review cash reconciliations and bank statements on a monthly basis
  • Prepare monthly reporting for balance sheet reviews and other financial reviews
  • Analyze, investigate, and adjust accounts for variances and inconsistencies in financial entries, documents, and reports
  • Assist with technical accounting research and documentation of new policies and procedures
  • Manage accounts payable and vendor relationships as it pertains to payables
  • Review accounts payable aging in conjunction with the weekly A/P check payment process
  • Supervise and assist in the preparation of PBC schedules and reports for the annual audit
  • Interact with external auditors to ensure that support and explanations for all request are provided
  • Guide accounting staff handling of non-routine reporting transactions in accordance with GAAP
  • Provide information and data to outside tax preparers to prepare annual and quarterly federal and state returns
  • Submit recommendations for improving accounting processes, procedures and controls
  • Meet regularly with the accounting staff and assist in annual review process
  • Other duties and special projects as required

Required Skills

  • Bachelor Degree in Accounting
  • CPA in good standing required
  • Master Degree a plus
  • 5-10 years of progressive accounting experience
  • Combination of private industry and public accounting experience
  • Microsoft Dynamics Great Plains experience preferred
  • Proficiency in MS Excel, Word and other Microsoft Products
  • Strong general ledger accounting experience and monthly closings experience
  • Proficiency reviewing account reconciliations and performing account analysis
  • Understanding of balance sheet accruals process
  • Experience with consolidations and intercompany accounts
  • Accounting for Business Combination knowledge desired
  • Prior experience with deferred revenue and PPAs
  • Great attitude, with excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Organized with good time management skills
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, dynamic environment

 

We offer all of the advantages you would expect from an industry leader including a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, holiday and vacation pay, 401K, stock option plan, and much more.

An Equal Opportunity Employer - Females, Minorities, Veterans, Disabled and Other Protected Groups

 

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