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Accountant I - 27894

The Cost Accountant I performs general ledger functions:
month-end close, journal entries, and account reconciliations.
This position will work within the Product Supply Chain group to prepare monthly inter/intra company account reconciliations, journal entries, and invoice processing.
Knowledge in intra/intercompany cost accounting is preferred.
Position ensures that all balance sheet accounts are accurately reconciled monthly and all discrepancies are researched and resolved timely.
Position will prepare Royalty payments and analyze all Royalty accounting and transactions for North American Business Unit to ensure current contracts are followed and budgeted for properly.
Process weekly invoices for intercompany transactions and ensure that GRIR is in balance.
This position will provide direct support to the Senior Accountant and Cost Accounting Manager.
This position is responsible for the correct application of Sarbanes Oxley, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, and the Standard Accounting Manual.
This position is temporary but could become temp to hire.
Position requirements:
Required:
o Bachelors' Degree in Accounting or Finance o Minimum 1 years accounting work experience in related accounting field, including, internal controls, account analysis and account reconciliations, and financial analysis o Understanding of inventory accounting and related movements o Able to communicate effectively and work well as a team member o Strong Excel skills o Strong accounting skills o Flexibility to adjust workload and hours as needed Preferred:
o MBA, Masters in Accountancy, CPA or CMA preferred.
o SAP FICO and MM o Cost Accounting experience with large manufacturing company Required Skills:
Desired Skills:


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