senior accountant - non profit in new york

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US$ 55,000 per year
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job details

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location
new york
job category
Accounting & Auditing
job type
permanent
salary
US$ 55,000 per year
reference number
435497
phone
212-213-3600
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job description

job summary:

Are you looking for your next Accounting role here in NY?

This Senior Accountant:

Prepares general ledger month end close journal entries and the related reconciliations and account analysis. Prepares the bank loan weekly and monthly Collateral Reports and represents the organization to the bank. Maintains the fixed assets subsidiary ledger and prepares the year end depreciation schedules and journal entries. Provides general accounting support and assists with internal audit functions. Prepares annual external audit schedules and liaises with the external auditors.

Essential Functions

- Gathers and reviews financial data and information from various departments and sources, including compensation and fringe benefits, billing and accounts receivable and accounts payable, and prepares journal entries to transfer or distribute the data to the general ledger.

- Identifies and investigates unusual or unexpected items and reports them to the Director of Accounting.

- Must have excellent time management skills and be able to meet tight deadlines within a corporate accounting setting.

- Must be able to work independently on a daily basis with minimal supervision.

- Ability to grow within the position and add value for future growth.

- Must have experience with Government Contracts.

- Allocates distributed and shared costs across departments/functions as part of the month end close using agreed upon allocation methods.

- Prepares month end close journal entries relating to prepaid insurance and maintenance expenses, accounts payable, compensation related accruals, deferred revenue, recording postage and other usage based costs and miscellaneous reclassification's. Prepares the relevant schedules, reconciliations and account analysis.

- Analyzes various general ledger accounts and budget to actual variances.

- Must have the ability to prepare and record daily cash/credit deposits along with processing all daily receipts.

- Maintains the fixed assets subsidiary ledger including the disposition of obsolete items and the relevant postings and reconciliations to the general ledger.

- Assists the Director of Accounting in the preparation of the year-end audit schedules, analysis and related work papers.

- Assists the Director of Accounting with internal audit procedures and liaises with program supervisors and accounting staff to implement best practices.

Requirements Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

1. Knowledge of and ability to follow agency policies and procedures;

2. Knowledge of accounts payable/receivable, compensation and generally accepted accounting practices and principles;

3. Knowledge of and ability to follow accounting policies and procedures;

4. Exceptional knowledge of Excel and general ledger software packages;

5. Knowledge of Access and use of Pivot tables, formulas and data merger

6. Ability to analyze and resolve accounting issues and prepare account reconciliation and analysis;

7. Excellent organization skills, close attention to details;

8. Good communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills;

9. Must be able to multitask, handle demanding situations in a professional manner;

10. Ability to work as part of a team and perform overtime as needed;

11. Ability to maintain confidentiality

Qualifications Education: Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or Finance. CPA preferred. Experience: Four (4) years accounting and/or public accounting experience. Software: Oracle experience required highly desirable. Equal Opportunity Employer.

PLEASE SEND ALL RESUMES TO EDMOND.DWECK@RANDSTADUSA.COM OR CALL 212-590-5963

 
location: New York, New York
job type: Permanent
salary: $55,000 - 65,000 per year
work hours: 9 to 5
education: Bachelor's degree
experience: 1 Years
 
responsibilities:

Essential Functions - Gathers and reviews financial data and information from various departments and sources, including compensation and fringe benefits, billing and accounts receivable and accounts payable, and prepares journal entries to transfer or distribute the data to the general ledger. - Identifies and investigates unusual or unexpected items and reports them to the Director of Accounting. - Must have excellent time management skills and be able to meet tight deadlines within a corporate accounting setting. - Must be able to work independently on a daily basis with minimal supervision. - Ability to grow within the position and add value for future growth. - Must have experience with Government Contracts. - Allocates distributed and shared costs across departments/functions as part of the month end close using agreed upon allocation methods. - Prepares month end close journal entries relating to prepaid insurance and maintenance expenses, accounts payable, compensation related accruals, deferred revenue, recording postage and other usage based costs and miscellaneous reclassifications. Prepares the relevant schedules, reconciliations and account analysis. - Analyzes various general ledger accounts and budget to actual variances. - Must have the ability to prepare and record daily cash/credit deposits along with processing all daily receipts. - Maintains the fixed assets subsidiary ledger including the disposition of obsolete items and the relevant postings and reconciliations to the general ledger. - Assists the Director of Accounting in the preparation of the year-end audit schedules, analysis and related work papers. - Assists the Director of Accounting with internal audit procedures and liaises with program supervisors and accounting staff to implement best practices.

PLEASE SEND ALL RESUMES TO EDMOND.DWECK@RANDSTADUSA.COM OR CALL 212-590-5963

 
qualifications:

Requirements Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

1. Knowledge of and ability to follow agency policies and procedures;

2. Knowledge of accounts payable/receivable, compensation and generally accepted accounting practices and principles;

3. Knowledge of and ability to follow accounting policies and procedures;

4. Exceptional knowledge of Excel and general ledger software packages;

5. Knowledge of Access and use of Pivot tables, formulas and data merger

6. Ability to analyze and resolve accounting issues and prepare account reconciliation and analysis;

7. Excellent organization skills, close attention to details;

8. Good communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills;

9. Must be able to multitask, handle demanding situations in a professional manner;

10. Ability to work as part of a team and perform overtime as needed;

11. Ability to maintain confidentiality

Qualifications Education: Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or Finance. CPA preferred. Experience: Four (4) years accounting and/or public accounting experience. Software: Oracle experience required highly desirable. Equal Opportunity Employer.

 
skills: 1099s

Equal Opportunity Employer: Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, National Origin, Age, Genetic Information, Disability, Protected Veteran Status, or any other legally protected group status.

skills

1099s

qualification

Requirements Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

1. Knowledge of and ability to follow agency policies and procedures;

2. Knowledge of accounts payable/receivable, compensation and generally accepted accounting practices and principles;

3. Knowledge of and ability to follow accounting policies and procedures;

4. Exceptional knowledge of Excel and general ledger software packages;

5. Knowledge of Access and use of Pivot tables, formulas and data merger

6. Ability to analyze and resolve accounting issues and prepare account reconciliation and analysis;

7. Excellent organization skills, close attention to details;

8. Good communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills;

9. Must be able to multitask, handle demanding situations in a professional manner;

10. Ability to work as part of a team and perform overtime as needed;

11. Ability to maintain confidentiality

Qualifications Education: Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or Finance. CPA preferred. Experience: Four (4) years accounting and/or public accounting experience. Software: Oracle experience required highly desirable. Equal Opportunity Employer.

responsibilities

Essential Functions • Gathers and reviews financial data and information from various departments and sources, including compensation and fringe benefits, billing and accounts receivable and accounts payable, and prepares journal entries to transfer or distribute the data to the general ledger. • Identifies and investigates unusual or unexpected items and reports them to the Director of Accounting. • Must have excellent time management skills and be able to meet tight deadlines within a corporate accounting setting. • Must be able to work independently on a daily basis with minimal supervision. • Ability to grow within the position and add value for future growth. • Must have experience with Government Contracts. • Allocates distributed and shared costs across departments/functions as part of the month end close using agreed upon allocation methods. • Prepares month end close journal entries relating to prepaid insurance and maintenance expenses, accounts payable, compensation related accruals, deferred revenue, recording postage and other usage based costs and miscellaneous reclassifications. Prepares the relevant schedules, reconciliations and account analysis. • Analyzes various general ledger accounts and budget to actual variances. • Must have the ability to prepare and record daily cash/credit deposits along with processing all daily receipts. • Maintains the fixed assets subsidiary ledger including the disposition of obsolete items and the relevant postings and reconciliations to the general ledger. • Assists the Director of Accounting in the preparation of the year-end audit schedules, analysis and related work papers. • Assists the Director of Accounting with internal audit procedures and liaises with program supervisors and accounting staff to implement best practices.

 

PLEASE SEND ALL RESUMES TO EDMOND.DWECK@RANDSTADUSA.COM OR CALL 212-590-5963

educational requirements

Bachelor's degree