Location: Greater St. Louis Area
Local candidates only please
The Holidays Are Bringing a New Career Opportunity!!Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
A very well-respected organization in St. Louis is searching for a Controller to come on board, join their management team and assist with the financial leadership of the organization. This is a unique opportunity that combines day to day accounting and finance responsibilities with big picture, growth-focused planning and execution. Don’t let this one pass you by!!
For this opportunity, a candidate will need to have a Bachelor’s Degree in accounting/finance or similar field, a Masters/MBA/CPA is a plus, have 6+ years of progressive experience, strong technical accounting skills, month/year end close, analysis and reporting, enjoy learning new processes and be a positive leader. Must enjoy being in a leadership role while still being hands-on.
If you enjoy working, and leading, in a dynamic environment, this is for you!!
- Responsible for day to day accounting and finance activities
- Month/year end close
- Analysis and reporting
- Process improvement initiatives
- Develop and maintain policies and controls
- Special projects
- Staff supervision
- Bachelor’s Degree in accounting, finance or similar field
- Masters/MBA/CPA and/or experience in public accounting are pluses
- 6+ years of progressive experience to a similar role
- Must enjoy working with mid-size companies
- Must enjoy being a hands-on leader in a professional atmosphere
- Strong technical accounting experience
- Positive team leader and business partner
Solid compensation and benefit package.
If you are looking for a new opportunity, with a professional team and the opportunity to positively impact a company, then make sure you respond to this ad right away! Please respond quickly as our client is motivated to make a decision.
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