Reporting to Financia manager, the Accounting Manager will be responsible for preparing and reporting financial statements conforming to principles of accounting and regulatory requirements. Performs and oversees operational accounting activities including billing, credit & collections, accounts payable, cost accounting, cash management and others. Assists in the development of operational procedures and documentation of data flow and insures data integrity.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Develops, analyzes and interprets accounting and statistical information in order to assess operating results in terms of profitability, actual results of operation against budget, and other matters impacting the operating effectiveness of the company.
Presenting the various accounting reports to the top management and making suitable observations and recommendations.
Preventing inaccuracies in financial statements by setting up internal control systems and adopting proper policies for financial reporting.
Assists in the budget process including preparation and subsequent reviews.
Coordinates the activities of external resources including accounting, audits & tax reporting, information technologies, human resources and risk management.
Developing proper operational, data documentation and troubleshooting procedures.
Conducting account reconciliations and analysis.
Daily cash management activities
Weekly sales reporting
Cash Flow forecasting
Leads the company’s monthly and yearly closings.
Assisting in special projects whenever asked.
Oversees the financial affairs and accounting practices of the company; prepares monthly financial statements and supporting schedules that are in compliance with GAAP, as well as interim reporting analysis of operations.
Oversees cash management activities including: credit and collection; accounts payable; daily banking activities; working capital requirements analysis; capitalization requirements analysis; and cash flow projections and analysis.
Maintains and reconciles the Company’s trial balance on a monthly basis to ensure that books and records reflect all company transactions, assets, and liabilities.
Manages general ledger accounting, accounts receivable, accounts payable and budgetary controls.
Assist in annual inventory and reconciliation process.
Assist in maintaining company ERP financial reporting.
Develop and suggest business financial analysis and profitability improvements
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
CPA and/or MBA or equivalent
Four to seven years’ experience as an auditor and/or staff accountant
Experience operating in an audit and leveraged environment