Responsible for performing the daily activities of the general accounting department which includes monitoring and analyzing general ledger accounts and financial statements, support of external audit, tax package preparation, quarterly HFM package preparation and other ad hoc reporting requirements.
The cost accountant maintains and monitors cost and manufacturing accounting processes for all akron brass locations . The cost accountant is responsible for the timely and accurate collection and reporting of cost related financial information and cost variance analysis.
In this role, the selected candidate will control financial, contractual, and cost administration for numerous government projects; must have experience in project accounting, FAR, GAAP, DCAA compliance, and indirect cost calculations.
In this role, the selected candidate will assist controller with providing meaningful analysis for management including monthly reporting on departmental budgets, inventory, and other ad hoc items as requested.
Provide support to management in executing the responsibilities of the Accounting/Finance Department through assuming financial/accounting responsibility for assigned business unit(s) by carrying out daily, weekly, monthly, annual tasks.
As a standard accountant you are responsible for a variety of accounting and finance duties that are listed below. This client is known for their great company culture while working efficiently to bring success year round.
This role is responsible for preparing detailed account reconciliations, month - end and correcting journal entries as well as identifying opportunities for improvement of processes to reduce costs, improve cycle time, payroll analysis, and customer satisfaction.
The successful candidate should be a hands-on professional with a strong understanding of accounts payable problem resolution, a control and process oriented mindset, excellent analytical and problem solving skills, and strong desire to identify, recommend and lead improvements.
Prepares journal entries and accounting corrections, verifies expenses into cost of goods, purchases, and invoices, and reconciles general ledger and bank accounts, and other financial reports by maintaining, inputting, and organizing data, reviewing accounts and reports, investigating variances, and taking corrective action as necessary.