you will be responsible for analyzing financial information and preparing financial reports to determine or maintain record of assets, liabilities, profit and loss, tax liability, or other financial activities within an organization.
Apply knowledge of financial management, accounting, or audit principles to support a wide variety of review and analyses of business processes, systems, internal controls, and transactions impacting financial statements.
The Senior Accountant will be assisting with the maintenance of the Accounting Departments existing internal control structure and provide recommendations for improving the Departments internal controls.
The senior accountant will be responsible for calculating stock-based compensation expense, tracking and reconciling common stock share activity, basic and dilutive share accounting and producing related roll - forward and analysis schedules.
Demonstrates proven thorough abilities and success with simplifying complex processes to improve reliability and achieve cost and cycle time reductions, as well as manage work streams of a complex project to implement process improvements.
Provides accounting support for mergers and acquisitions by reviewing financial information; converting data to general ledger system; obtaining supplementary information for preparing financial statements.
Record / review journal entries for transactions that occur within the related clearing accounts (cash / wire clearing, deposit clearing and borrowings). Prepare / review reconciliations for investment, borrowing and derivative general ledger accounts.
Conduct stock-based compensation and equity award activity month-end close activities, including the preparation and review of: account reconciliations, journal entries, summary schedules, variance analysis and commentary.
Analyze cost information for completeness and comparison to the original projections used to support the approved construction budget for each designated construction division. Provide insight to Director regarding any discrepancies or anomalies.
The ideal candidate will have bank accounting experience with exposure in both public and corporate accounting roles. This position requires strong communication skills with the ability to work independently as well as in group settings.