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Senior SEC FInancial Reporting Manager in Greensboro, NC at Vaco

Date Posted: 11/28/2018

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Job Description

Let Vaco serve as your advocate in presenting you to our top clients who are looking for experienced finance professionals. Our clients have immediate opportunities for SEC Reporting Accountant; don't let your resume get lost in the shuffle - let us work for you! At Vaco, we give you an advantage over your competition! Our recruiters have direct relationships with hiring managers, so they can connect your work experience to the open job-promoting your strengths to the manager while preparing you for that specific interview.

Our recruiters will provide you with great insight about trends in the finance / accounting industry - keeping you up to date on compensation expectations, company culture, and growth opportunities. If you are an experienced SEC Reporting Accountant and you want to partner with the best, apply today!

As a SEC Reporting Accountant, you will be assisting with planning, coordinating, and executing all external financial reporting processes and initiatives.

Additional responsibilities of the SEC Reporting Accountant include:

  • Prepare financial statements for the Form 10-Q, Form 10-K and press release filings
  • Preparation of all schedules that support the footnotes
  • Providing quality support for internal and external financial reporting
  • Performing monthly management financial reporting
  • Overseeing department staff and reviewing accounting, EPS, stock-based compensation, and derivatives
  • Researching and resolving accounting issues and draft white papers
  • Perform testing related to the Sarbanes-Oxley 404 compliance requirements
  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance
  • CPA license or CPA eligible
  • Previous public accounting experience preferred
  • Understanding of SEC reporting and US GAAP requirements