Staff Accountant in Kenwood, OH at Vaco

Date Posted: 3/18/2020

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Position Summary:

This position is responsible for assisting the Controller in performing multiple duties related to the accounting functions of the organization within established deadlines.

Core Responsibilities:

Financial responsibilities

Coordinate all journal entries and the monthly close process for the company
Manage Intercompany transactions and month-end reconciliation across multiple companies
Open incoming mail for payables and receivables
Monitor and record cash activity on a daily basis for all four companies and perform monthly bank reconciliations for all companies
CCHMC benefit monthly reconciliations and check transmittals
Provide CEO and CFO with cash account updates on a weekly basis
Maintain fixed asset system with additions/disposals and calculate the monthly depreciation
Assist with Accounts Payable invoice processing and collections

Payroll and Human Resources:

Verify quarterly compensation documentation and process payments as needed
Provide quarterly profit sharing census to Third Party Administrator
Complete distribution request paperwork for profit sharing plan and coordinate with TPA
Deposit taxes from distributions
Distribute quarterly profit sharing statements
Review all invoices for company paid and voluntary benefits and reconcile to withholding
Back up for bi-weekly payrolls for all companies

Taxes:

File annual/quarterly Commercial Activity Tax for all companies
File annual Unclaimed Funds activity for the state of PA

Qualifications Required:

4-year Accounting degree from an accredited University
Minimum of 3 years of related business experience

Desired Skills:

Ability to prioritize conflicting needs; handles matters expeditiously and follows through on projects to successful completion, often with deadline pressures
Understands the need for confidentiality when dealing with personal information.
Acts in a manner in which continuous improvement is being made, by:
Consistently providing efficient reports
Maximizing existing resources
Providing innovative solutions to problems
Exhibiting professional and personal development
Strong listening, oral and written communications skills
Proactive, assertive and self-reliant: make decisions on a timely basis and take necessary actions without direction from others
Strict attention to detail and accuracy
Experience preparing accurate payroll functions and maintaining relationship with outside payroll service
Work experience and proficiency with Great Plains accounting software
Demonstrates proficiency in Microsoft Office products, especially Word, Excel and PowerPoint

Job Requirements

Position Summary: This position is responsible for assisting the Controller in performing multiple duties related to the accounting functions of the organization within established deadlines. Core Responsibilities: Financial responsibilities Coordinate all journal entries and the monthly close process for the company Manage Intercompany transactions and month-end reconciliation across multiple companies Open incoming mail for payables and receivables Monitor and record cash activity on a daily basis for all four companies and perform monthly bank reconciliations for all companies CCHMC benefit monthly reconciliations and check transmittals Provide CEO and CFO with cash account updates on a weekly basis Maintain fixed asset system with additions/disposals and calculate the monthly depreciation Assist with Accounts Payable invoice processing and collections Payroll and Human Resources: Verify quarterly compensation documentation and process payments as needed Provide quarterly profit sharing census to Third Party Administrator Complete distribution request paperwork for profit sharing plan and coordinate with TPA Deposit taxes from distributions Distribute quarterly profit sharing statements Review all invoices for company paid and voluntary benefits and reconcile to withholding Back up for bi-weekly payrolls for all companies Taxes: File annual/quarterly Commercial Activity Tax for all companies File annual Unclaimed Funds activity for the state of PA Qualifications Required: 4-year Accounting degree from an accredited University Minimum of 3 years of related business experience Desired Skills: Ability to prioritize conflicting needs; handles matters expeditiously and follows through on projects to successful completion, often with deadline pressures Understands the need for confidentiality when dealing with personal information. Acts in a manner in which continuous improvement is being made, by: Consistently providing efficient reports Maximizing existing resources Providing innovative solutions to problems Exhibiting professional and personal development Strong listening, oral and written communications skills Proactive, assertive and self-reliant: make decisions on a timely basis and take necessary actions without direction from others Strict attention to detail and accuracy Experience preparing accurate payroll functions and maintaining relationship with outside payroll service Work experience and proficiency with Great Plains accounting software Demonstrates proficiency in Microsoft Office products, especially Word, Excel and PowerPoint