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  • Accountant Project

    Aids in the application of principles of accounting and, with experience, may handle complex tasks. Utilizes knowledge of accounting principles related to classifying, recording, and summarizing data and making computations to compile and keep financial records. Finalizes accounting reports. Studies and analyzes accounting records for purposes of preparing statements and reports.

  • Accountant Revenue

    Readies and maintains financial and business transactions that process sales and/or service revenue, handling the checks and balances of revenues generated in an organization. Reviews all activities of the general ledger that are revenue related in all departments in the company. Utilizes accounting principles, that include work that is analytical, evaluative, and advisory in nature and that requires an understanding of both accounting theory and practice. Interfaces closely with Marketing personnel and Advertising Departments to develop effective marketing and promotional strategies in order to increase company revenue.

  • Accountant Staff

    Maintains the general ledger, reviews financial statements, researches accounts, and analyzes financial records. Develops spreadsheet reports, verifies information, prepares journal entries, and reconciles accounts and balance sheets. Prepares financial statements and reports, and assists with monthly closing processes.

  • Accounting Clerk

    Prepares and keeps financial and business transaction data up-to-date, applying accepted procedures, and prepares reports to ensure accurate accounting records. Performs complex clerical and entry-level accounting activities. Compiles and checks source documents, such as vouchers, invoices, purchase orders, and cash receipts, for completeness and accuracy, and prepares reports. Verifies and posts details of business transactions to appropriate ledgers and journals, and totals accounts.

  • Accounting Director

    Directs, coordinates, and administers accounting operations which may include general accounting, cost accounting, payroll, accounts payable, and accounts receivable. Analyzes records of present and past operations, trends and costs, estimated and realized revenues, administrative commitments, and obligations incurred. Plans, directs, and coordinates ledger maintenance, report preparation, and operating statistics.

  • Accounting Manager

    Manages professional level accounting functions and the preparation of reports including earnings, profits/losses, cash balances, and cost accounting. Confirms accuracy of operating and financial reports. Advises upper management regarding matters, such as effective use of resources and methods, for preventing capital being frozen. Interprets accounts and records to upper management. Includes managers whose staffs may consist of a mix of professional, paraprofessional, and/or clerical accounting personnel; excludes managers whose staffs consist of 100 percent nonexempt accounting personnel.

  • Accounting Supervisor (General)

    Supervises and trains less complex day-to-day general accounting functions and accounting operations which include coding invoices and compilation of data for various accounting reports. Oversees preparation of accounts and reports for management, including balance sheets and income statements. Reviews vouchers, accounting documents, and records submitted by staff. Suggests improvements in accounting processes. Supervises staffs who are 100 percent nonexempt; i.e., paraprofessional and clerical accounting personnel. Excludes supervisors whose staffs consist of a mix of professional and nonexempt accounting personnel.

  • Accounts Payable Clerk

    Calculates, posts business transactions, processes invoices, verifies financial data for use in maintaining accounts payable records, and provides other clerical support necessary to pay the obligations of the organization. Clarifies any questionable invoice items, prices, or receiving signatures; obtains proper information and/or data regarding invoice payments.

  • Accounts Payable Manager

    Manages and coordinates activities required to ensure an accurate accounts payable system. Develops and recommends policies and procedures to govern the payment of company bills to the advantage of the organization in terms of cash flow and discounts. Plans, schedules, and directs the work of the accounts payable unit of an organization.

  • Accounts Payable Specialist

    Investigates and settles problems associated with processing of invoices and purchase orders. Reconciles accounts and vendor statements by identifying errors in postings or omissions and corrects discrepancies. Codes invoices, vouchers, expense reports, check requests, etc., with correct codes conforming to standard procedures to ensure proper entry into the financial system. Prepares purchase order requisitions; matches and attaches the corresponding purchase orders, checks, and other supporting documentation to incoming invoices; ensures that all invoices are accurate and have been properly documented and approved by the authorizing employee, and submits payments.

  • Accounts Payable Supervisor

    Supervises and coordinates accounts payable activities of processing and payment of invoices in a timely fashion, proper matching of purchasing and receiving documents, correct distribution to general ledger expense accounts, timely and accurate payments that make full use of available discounts, and proper filing and storage of records. Plans work schedules, assigns duties, and evaluates work for accuracy, neatness, and conformance to policies.

  • Accounts Receivable Clerk

    Prepares customer statements, bills and invoices; reconciles expenses to the general ledger; takes care of basic client inquiries; and performs other clerical tasks related to maintaining the accounts receivable records for an organization. Calculates and posts receipts to appropriate general ledger accounts and verifies details of transactions, such as funds received and total account balances. Prepares monthly receivable statements. Compiles and sorts documents, such as invoices and checks, substantiating business transactions. Prepares and posts invoices and credit and debit memos.

  • Accounts Receivable Manager

    Manages and coordinates activities required to ensure an accurate accounts receivable system. Oversees accounts receivable activities involving tracing sources of error, correcting billing records, processing final billings, reconciling errors, accuracy of charges on customer’s bills, investigating, granting, and controlling credit, and in collecting accounts due, maintenance of accounts receivable ledger, and adjustment of customer claims. Reviews accounts receivable records, including claims and overdue invoices. Establishes and implements collection procedures.

  • Accounts Receivable Specialist

    Troubleshoots and keeps track of outstanding payment issues and generates weekly aging reports. Conducts account research, analysis, and problem resolution of the company’s outstanding accounts and the application of payments. Verifies validity of account discrepancies by obtaining and investigating information from sales, trade promotions, customer service departments, and interacting with customers. Enters valid or authorized deductions to customer accounts. Resolves customer accounts by examining payment plans and payment history to determine if collection letters need to be sent out on delinquent accounts.

  • Accounts Receivable Supervisor

    Supervises and coordinates accounts receivable activities, ensuring an accurate accounts receivable system. Develops work schedules, assigns duties, and reviews work for accuracy, neatness, and conformance to policies. Responsible for accuracy and corrections to customer accounts, reconciliation of revenue accounts, general journal entries, generating invoices and posting sales, verification of deposits, and postings to accounts receivable. Analyzes and resolves work problems, or assist employees in solving work problems.

  • Audit Associate

    Supports and works as part of the audit team carrying out audit tasks. Performs financial audits, and prepares audit budgets and reports and statements for management. Builds strong working relationships with clients, and resolves client inquiries and issues relating to audit functions. Assists in developing new business proposals, budgets and fee quotes.

  • Billing Clerk

    Charges and invoices customers for goods sold or services rendered. Receives and processes numerical data for invoicing purposes. Compiles records of charges, computes and records amounts, and prepares itemized statements, bills, or invoices for bookkeeping purposes and to send to customers. Applies applicable discounts, special rates, or credit terms; and ensures all invoices are correct before sending them to customers or insurance providers.

  • Billing Manager

    Manages the billing team to ensure that clients are invoiced promptly for services provided and to resolve customer issues leading to timely collection of receivables. Collaborates with the Accounts Receivable and Billing team to coordinate and execute billing of clients. Researches and resolves inquiries involving billing discrepancies, account status, adjustments, etc. Oversees the billing process, including timeliness of billing, collections, and systems management.

  • Billing Specialist

    Makes financial calculations related to goods and services, working in Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, or general business departments of a company. Performs customer-related financial analysis, customer and vendor dispute resolution, and settlement negotiations. Assists with customer service requirements including information systems updates, pricing discrepancy resolution, and ad hoc projects as required. Performs advanced accounting activities, including journal entries, batch entries, cost allocation, and reconciliation of multiple accounts. Calculates amounts due for goods or services, and prepares outgoing bills and address discrepancies.

  • Billing Supervisor

    Supervises the billing staff, including Billing Clerks and Billing Analysts, and maintains revenue by aiding in establishing, implementing, and controlling the billing system. Researches, develops, writes, and updates billing policies, procedures, methods, and guidelines. Assures compliance with company objectives and that billing operational standards are met. Contributes billing information to strategic plans and reviews; implements production, productivity, quality, and customer-service standards; resolves problems; and identifies billing system improvements.

  • Bookkeeper

    Keeps books and accounting records of financial transactions for establishment. Reconciles and balances accounts. Verifies, allocates, and posts details of business transactions to subsidiary accounts in journals or computer files. Summarizes details in separate ledgers or computer files and transfers data to general ledger.

  • Bookkeeper Full Charge

    Takes charge of a company’s complete financial process, typically for a small or midsize company. Performs bookkeeping and accounting duties, makes journal entries, reconciles expenditures and revenues, and makes entries for accounts such as fixed assets and depreciation or amortization. Processes employee timesheets and runs payroll checks. Prepares balance sheet and income statement; analyzes and runs trial balances and makes adjusting journal entries to correct discrepancies; and prepares monthly or quarterly financial statements and tax returns.

  • Bookkeeping Clerk

    Prepares and keeps financial and business transaction data up-to-date, applying accepted procedures, and prepares reports to ensure accurate accounting records. Performs complex clerical and entry-level accounting activities. Compiles and checks source documents, such as vouchers, invoices, purchase orders, and cash receipts, for completeness and accuracy, and prepares reports. Verifies and posts details of business transactions to appropriate ledgers and journals, and totals accounts.

  • Budget Analyst

    Analyzes, advises, and provides technical assistance in preparing budgets. Reviews proposed financial plans for completeness, accuracy, conformance with established procedures, regulations, and organizational objectives. Seeks new ways to improve efficiency and lower costs. Excludes paraprofessional positions.

  • Business Analyst

    Analyzes company functions, processes, and activities to improve computer-based business applications for the most effective use of money, materials, equipment, and people. Utilizes available computer systems resources and personnel to carry out analysis to support management’s quest for performance improvement. Reviews and analyzes information, forecasts, methods, schedules, systems, processes, and procedures. Determines most useful business solutions for the company. Recommends alternative solutions to management as to courses of action that best meet the organization’s goals.

  • Chief Financial Officer

    Develops the financial well-being of an organization by providing financial projections and accounting services, preparing growth plans, and directing staff. Directs and coordinates financial affairs according to financial principles and government regulations. Plans financial operational strategies by forecasting capital, facilities, and staff requirements; identifying monetary resources; and developing action plans. Develops, directs, and provides financial analysis of operations by evaluating trends, studying revenue opportunities, establishing critical measurements, accumulating resources, and resolving problems.

  • Collection Manager

    Manages and coordinates activities of workers engaged in conducting credit investigations and collecting delinquent accounts of customers of commercial establishment, department store, bank, or similar establishment. Assigns subordinates to supervise workers investigating and verifying financial status and reputation of prospective customers applying for credit, preparing documents to substantiate findings, and recommending rejection or approval of applications. Determines responsibility for collecting on worthless checks and delinquent bills to specific supervisors.

  • Collection Supervisor

    Supervises collectors who locate customers to collect installments or overdue accounts, damage claims, or non-payable checks. Maintains record of collections and status of accounts.

  • Collections Specialist

    Receives installments or past due accounts, damage claims, or non-payable checks from customers. Locates and attempts to persuade customer to pay amount due or arranges for payment at later date via phone, mail, or visits. Accommodates for loan extensions and modifications and arranges pay schedules.

  • Controller Assistant

    Heads preparation, in an assistant role, or develops reports that summarize and forecast company business activity and financial position in areas of income, expenses, and earnings, based on past, present, and expected operations. Aids Controller in financial activities of organization or subdivision of organization.

  • Controller Division

    Directs financial affairs of a division of an organization. Analyzes information affecting financial and accounting operations for guidance of management. Establishes major economic objectives and policies for company. Oversees preparation of budgets and financial forecasts.

  • Corporate Controller

    Heads the accounting operation of an organization’s accounting division, including the maintenance of accounting principles, practices, and procedures. Directs and plans the maintenance of fiscal records and preparation of financial reports that summarize and forecast company business activity and financial position in areas of income, expenses, and earnings, based on past, present, and expected operations. Oversees determination of depreciation rates to apply to capital assets. Establishes or recommends major economic objectives and policies for company or subdivision to management.

  • Corporate Tax Top Officer

    Directs and coordinates tax strategy, and administers tax affairs in compliance with Federal, State, local and foreign tax laws. Prepares estimate expected and presents to management.

  • Cost Accountant

    Provides detailed cost information not supplied by general accounting systems, applying principles of cost accounting. Plans study and gathers data to determine costs of business activity, such as raw material purchases, inventory, and labor. Analyzes data obtained and documents results. Excludes paraprofessional cost accounting positions.

  • Cost Accounting Manager

    Manages and oversees professional cost accounting activities. Implements cost control procedures and provides staff supervision over cost systems and methods. Manages the compilation of periodic statements of product cost and develops and/or prepares appropriate operating reports. Follows up expenditures of appropriations and supervises the assembly of data and comparisons of various budget items. Prepares cost analysis for use in contract adjustments. Excludes managers whose staffs consist of all nonexempt accounting jobs.

  • Cost Accounting Supervisor

    Supervises the compilation of periodic statements of product cost and prepares appropriate operating reports. Initiates cost control procedures and provides staff supervision over cost systems and methods. Oversees the assembly of data and comparisons of various budget items, and follows up on expenditures of appropriations. Excludes supervisors whose staffs are 100 percent nonexempt.

  • Credit Analyst

    Assesses credit information to determine risk involved in lending money to customers, and prepares report of findings. Composes loan applications, including results of credit analysis and summary of loan request to loan committee for decision. Picks required information, including company financial statements and balance sheet, and records data on spreadsheet. Performs industry research and ratios.

  • Credit Manager

    Manages and coordinates activities of those engaged in conducting credit investigations and collecting delinquent accounts of customers of commercial establishment, department store, bank, or similar establishment. Assigns subordinates to supervise workers investigating and verifying financial status and reputation of prospective customers applying for credit, preparing documents to substantiate findings, and recommending rejection or approval of applications. Determines responsibility for collecting on bad checks and delinquent bills to specific supervisors.

  • Credit Supervisor

    Supervises activities of those engaged in conducting credit investigations and collecting delinquent accounts of customers of commercial establishment, department store, bank, or similar establishment. Oversees personnel investigating and verifying financial status and reputation of prospective customers applying for credit, preparing documents to substantiate findings, and recommending rejection or approval of applications. Assigns responsibility for collecting on worthless checks and delinquent bills to specific staff members.

  • Director of Financial Reporting

    Directs and oversees all external and internal financial reporting functions for the organization. Coordinates preparation, accurate reporting, and filing of statutory, SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) periodic reports such as Forms 8-K, 10-Q, 10-K and Annual Report, and other periodic governmental reports in accordance with GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) requirements. Aids in the preparation of other SEC filings such as registration statements and DEF 14A. Assures that compliance with all SEC, FASB, NYSE and IFRS rules and regulations is maintained at all times. Prepares and presents audited financial statements, quarterly statutory disclosures, and additional financial reports to senior management, Board of Directors, and key primary stakeholders.

  • Finance Director

    Oversees an organization’s Finance Department. Partners with the CFO and branch managers to develop annual budgets and prepare monthly forecast updates. Reviews and assures adherence to the budgets for each department in the organization. Interprets complex financial information and provides updates and information.

  • Finance Manager

    Manages company financial matters, develops long-term strategies, and provides financial reports. Forecasts cash flow positions, related borrowing needs, and available funds for investment. Assures that sufficient funds are available to meet ongoing operational and capital investment requirements. Oversees the preparation of the company’s budget; and reports to management on variances from the established budget and the reasons for those variances.

  • Financial Analysis Director

    Directs and aids in financial analysis, evaluation, and report generation activities of current and proposed financial plans in a manner designed to protect assets, meet reporting requirements, provide timely, meaningful reporting of operations, and effectively plan for and audit the financial needs of the firm. Oversees the financial analysis staff.

  • Financial Analyst

    Analyzes past and present financial data of organization and estimates future revenues and expenditures, applying principles of finance. Runs and documents financial analysis projects. Aids organization with financial functions, such as assessing, auditing, planning, budgeting, taxes, consolidation, cost control, and project control. Evaluates and analyzes capital expenditures, depreciation, proposals, investment opportunities, rate of return, profit plans, operating records, financial statements, etc.

  • Financial Reporting Manager

    Manages all SEC external reporting requirements including preparation and filing of Form 10-K, 10-Q, Form 8-K, Proxy Statement, and other periodic governmental reports. Prepares and reviews SEC financial reporting and research, and handles accounting issues related to debt and equity accounting. Researches and analyzes various technical accounting related issues, such as revenue recognition, stock option accounting, and the impact of emerging accounting pronouncements, and produces logical, well-supported conclusions and recommendations, typically in writing.

  • FP&A Manager

    Identifies reporting inconsistencies within the business units and sets standards for budgeting, performance metrics and reporting. Confirms that the financial strategies and initiatives are integrated with corporate and business strategies. Heads financial analysis for informing pricing scenarios and business models. Analyzes opportunities and risk and recommends alternatives to senior management.

  • Internal Audit Director

    Directs the Internal Audit Department, and provides managerial oversight for reviewing and appraising the soundness, adequacy, compliance, and cost effectiveness of operational and financial controls and audits. Establishes and implements work standards and procedures for the inspection and appraisal of financial and operational records and controls. Oversees budgeting for the department.

  • Internal Audit Manager

    Manages and coordinates activities of auditors conducting independent protective and constructive audits for management to review effectiveness of controls, financial records, and operations. Contributes to the design and implementation of company audit procedures. Establishes systems and standards for conducting audits. Reviews records of functions audited to ensure proper recording of transactions and compliance with applicable laws.

  • Payroll Administrator

    Administers processing of organization’s payroll and collects payroll data to maintain accurate payroll records. Handles processing of employee status changes, analyzes payroll and employee expenses, assures general ledger accounts are reconciled; creates on-going month-end, quarterly, and year-end organization reports; and performs other rated duties as assigned. Audits payroll information for accuracy. Reconciles payroll deposits, tax withholdings, wage garnishments, and voluntary deductions. Participates in problem solving and special projects within the Payroll Department. Assigns exempt and non-exempt worker status to employees.

  • Payroll Clerk

    Assists the Payroll Manager in assigned tasks. Compiles and enters payroll data, such as hours worked, sales or piecework, taxes, insurance, union dues to be withheld, and employee identification number from time sheets and other records; ensures employees are paid accurately and on time; and keeps payroll files up to date. Checks time-worked inputs for calculating, coding, or other errors and makes applicable changes. Understands Federal, State, and local wage and hour policies and employment tax laws; and performs action necessary to determine pay and deductions including Federal and State taxes, insurance, retirement, union dues, savings, and other deductions.

  • Payroll Manager

    Manages and coordinates activities of staff and payroll systems at one or more locations. Reviews personnel records to determine names, rates of pay, occupations of new hires, and changes in wage rates and occupations of employees on payroll. Directs computation of differential pay according to company policy. Oversees compilation and preparation of other payroll data such as pension, insurance, bond purchases, and credit union payments. Reviews and approves payroll deductions, interprets company policies and government regulations in connection with payroll procedures, and directs preparation of government reports.

  • Tax Accountant

    Readies Federal, State, or local tax returns for individuals, business establishments, or other organizations. Prepares and analyzes financial and tax accounts, records, and reports; and determines taxes owed according to prescribed rates, laws, and regulations. Advises management regarding effects of business activities on taxes, and on strategies for minimizing tax liability. Confirms that establishment complies with periodic tax payment, information reporting, and other taxing authority requirements.

  • Tax Manager

    Manages department responsible for preparation of State, Federal, and local tax returns. Reviews records of departments to ensure proper recording of transactions and compliance with applicable laws. Determines estimate expected and furnishes to management. Analyzes records of present and past operations, trends and costs, estimated and realized revenues, administrative commitments, and obligations incurred.

  • Treasury Analyst

    Analyzes and reviews all operational cash flows for the organization. Forecasts future financial position and budget requirements by analyzing the organization’s financial records. Evaluates need for procurement of funds and investment of surplus. Advises management on investments and loans for short- and long-range financial plans. Assists in preparing the organization’s financial reports. Ensures an efficient banking structure to support the organization’s overall operations through overseeing operational and strategic projects. Supports all aspects of Treasury Operations activities, including assisting with the development of cash management banking solutions for all business segments of the organization and supporting the cash forecasting process.

  • Treasury Manager

    Manages and optimizes an organization’s cash flow and revenue, and evaluates fiscal decisions in order to meet financial obligations. Oversees activities relating to the assessment, planning, and monitoring the efficient utilization of the organization’s cash. Aids in making sound financial investment and spending decisions with the organization’s excess cash, minimizing financial risks. Analyzes the risks and rewards of financial decisions, ensures the risks of financial decisions are understood, and recommends the best possible course of action.

  • Vice President Finance

    Develops the financial well-being of an organization by providing financial projections and accounting services, preparing growth plans, and directing staff. Directs and coordinates financial affairs according to financial principles and government regulations. Plans financial operational strategies by forecasting capital, facilities, and staff requirements; identifying monetary resources; and developing action plans. Develops, directs, and provides financial analysis of operations by evaluating trends, studying revenue opportunities, establishing critical measurements, accumulating resources, and resolving problems.