We provide staffing services for all listed positions on a direct-hire or contract basis.
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Chief Financial Officer: CPA/MBA. Responsible for all aspects of company’s finance and accounting functions.
Controller: CPA. Oversee all accounting functions. Supervise staff.
Assistant Controller: CPA. Responsible for all accounting functions for a division, segment, or subset of corporate accounting functions.
Accounting Manager: Responsible for internal/external reporting and month-end close process. Supervise staff.
AP/AR Manager: Process invoices, manage customer/vendor relations and reconcile accounts. Supervise staff.
Senior Accountant: Lead month-end close. Prepare financial statements and reports.
Fixed Asset Accountant: Responsible for accounting for fixed assets. Prepare depreciation schedules for input into general ledger system.
Staff Accountant: Process journal entries, prepare reconciliations and participate in month-end close.
Entry Level Staff Accountant: 0-2 years experience. Process journal entries, prepare reconciliations and participate in month-end close.
VP of Internal Audit: Report to the Audit committee and CFO the financial and operational risks through audit and consulting engagements. Executive leadership for best practices for processes, control and performance strategy.
Internal Audit Director: Assure that risk throughout the organization is adequately managed and procedures and controls are in place and operating effectively. Work closely with corporate controller and CFO to develop audit strategies.
Internal Audit Manager: Develop audit procedures and systems. Oversee audit findings and recommendations. Supervise internal audit staff.
Internal Audit Senior: Conduct complex audit projects. Review records for accuracy and conformance to standards. Compile audit findings and recommend revisions to systems and procedures.
Internal Audit Staff: Conduct audits to verify accuracy of records, compliance with standards, policies and procedures.
IT Audit Director: Lead department’s review and evaluation of IT internal controls. Use business knowledge, experience and analytical skills to identify control risks and improve IT efficiencies.
IT Audit Manager: Oversee the internal audit process for IT controls including risk assessment and risk management, testing and design.
IT Audit Senior: Participate in IT audits and provide technical assistance related to information technology. Assist with audit plans through risk assessment activities.
Cost Accounting Manager: Responsible for tracking inventory, setting cost standards, job and process costs. Supervise staff.
Cost Accountant: Responsible for cost variance analysis, forecasting and review. Perform general ledger activity pertaining to cost inputs.
Inventory Accountant: Responsible for tracking and accounting for inventory. Audit and review of shrinkage.
Sales & Use Tax Manager: Manage and direct sales and use tax process. Coordinate state-level and local audits. Supervise staff.
Sales & Use Tax Accountant: Review and prepare state, county and city sales and use tax returns.
Property Tax Manager: Manage and direct property tax process including property tax protest procedures.
Tax Director: CPA. Manage and direct planning, compliance and audit process, as well as preparation of deferred tax accounts and disclosures. Supervise staff.
Tax Manager: CPA. Manage compliance and planning process for federal, state and local tax, as well as preparation of deferred tax accounts and disclosures.
Senior Tax Accountant: Review and prepare state, federal and local tax returns.
Tax Accountant: Prepare state, federal and local tax returns.
Reporting Manager: CPA. Responsible for external SEC Reporting.
Senior Reporting Analyst: Perform SEC/Financial Reporting. Provide maintenance of internal controls over the financial reporting process.
VP of Finance: Direct and perform all responsibilities related to the oversight of financial accounting, treasury functions.
Finance Director: Responsible for creating and reporting financial statements to corporate management and strategic business units.
Finance Manager: MBA. Oversee budgets, forecasts, planning, ad-hoc analysis. Supervise staff.
Senior Financial Analyst: Responsible for preparing ad-hoc analysis, budgets and forecasts.
Financial Analyst: Compile portions of budgets and forecasts.
Credit Manager: Set credit policies and oversee collections. Supervise staff.
Treasury Manager: Direct and negotiate banking relationships. Mentor and develop treasury analysts.
Assistant Treasurer: Assist the Corporate treasurer in the direction and managment of an organization’s treasury activities including procurement, custody, debt compliance and investment of funds and other assets.
Treasury Analyst: Responsible for maintaining banking relationships, analyzing bank fees and foreign currency exchange transactions.
Cash Manager: Determine corporate cash requirements and maintain appropriate cashflow.
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