6411 – Accounting Supervisor – Orange County, CA

A growing company needs support for the day-to-day accounting transactions. Ensure policies and procedures are followed to achieve accurate and timely processing for payables and recording of received financial data.

Compile and maintain records/reports to ensure correct/compliant asset and expense management. Oversees AR/AP and interacts with PR and HR.

Duties –

Protects company assets by establishing, monitoring, and enforcing internal financial controls and office protocol.

Supervises leads, and directs the activities of accounting staff; effectively manages individuals’ goals and responsibilities, delivers clear directives, and brings out the best in others.

Displays knowledge of technical accounting functions; experience in financial record keeping and bookkeeping. Exhibits strong problem-solving skills both with accounting and people issues.

Evaluates and makes appropriate improvements to internal departmental processes.

Exceptional project management skills and implements a proactive strategy that drives business results and enhances the accounting staff’s experience. Oversees the month-end, quarter-end, and year-end closing processes.

Records journal entries for accruals, deferrals, reclass, and interdepartmental entries into the general ledger.

Performs account analysis and makes sure that entries and balances are correct. Reconciles accounts to the general ledger. 

Bank reconciliations, credit card reconciliations, agree A/R and A/P aging to General Ledger, Prepaid accounts, etc. 

Understands Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll, and Billing. 

Prepares monthly financial package for distribution to management and CPA.

Prepares invoices and bank deposits.

Reconciles the accounts receivable ledger to ensure that all payments are accounted for and properly posted; verifies discrepancies and initiates resolution with clients.

Experience & Education –

Associate’s business, finance, accounting, or similar field;

Bachelor’s degree in accounting preferred. 4-6+ years of relevant accounting experience.

Experience with Sage MAS preferred.

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