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Accounting Manager

Code: 1876
Location: St. Louis, MO
Local candidates only please

 A well-respected company, in St. Louis, is searching for an Accounting Manager to come on board and assist them with the accounting and leadership that they need to continue growing. This position is newly created and will allow the right candidate to make an immediate impact on the organization and facilitate growth not only for the business, but also, for their career.    

For this opportunity, a candidate will need to have a degree in accounting/finance or similar field, 7+ years of progressive experience to a similar role, accounting/analysis, sales tax, strong systems, staff supervision and enjoy working in a “hands-on” role with a variety of professionals in a dynamic environment.

Responsibilities:

  • Hands-on supervisor role
  • Provide oversight for accounting team – approximately 5 staff
  • Month end close process
  • Bank reconciliations
  • Monthly sales tax filings for three states
  • Accounts receivable reconciliations
  • Accounts payable reconciliations
  • Credit card breakdown to review and upload journal entries
  • Monthly journal entries
  • Reconciliations of various clearing accounts
  • Inventory review
  • Rebate submissions
  • Manage collections of Accounts Receivable
  • Liaison with CPA firm
  • Assist with strategic quotes and pricing updates
  • Assist with strategic buying parameters

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance or similar area
  • 7+ years experience in the field and progressive roles
  • Enjoys a hands-on leadership role
  • Strong communication and leadership skills

Please forward your resume in a Word format, as an attachment to careers@abacusrecruiting.com.

 

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