The Senior Accountant will report to the Senior Accounting Manager. This position is responsible for the management of the Company’s international subsidiary reporting. Additional, the Senior Account will assist in area of tax, equity, as well as quarterly review and annual audit.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Primary liaison between US headquarters, the Company’s international accounting firms and local accountants based upon country time zones, handling all issues and inquiries, including, but not limited to:
Month-end reporting, statutory reporting, bank balances and transfers, commission calculations, etc.
Record monthly journal entries and reconcile/review balance sheet and expense accounts for the Company’s international subsidiaries.
Collaborate with the Senior Manager of Technical Accounting and SEC Reporting on Stock Based Compensation journal entry.
Manage relations with third-party stock administrator on equity functions – new stock grants, ESPP Purchase and communication of material to employees.
Prepare consolidated and stand-alone schedules for internal reporting and external reporting for Form 10-Q and Form 10-K.
Work with the external auditors during the quarterly reviews and annual audit as well as with SOX reviews.
Assist in preparation of tax provision schedules.
Other duties as assigned.
Good oral and written communication skills.
Comfortable working in a high-growth, fast paced environment with the ability to work standard business hours, with some extended hours as needed during peak periods.
Ability to multi-task and set priorities.
Strong interpersonal skills.
Skilled at being a good team member.
Bachelor’s degree in Business/Accounting or equivalent experience
A strong working knowledge of GAAP.
Minimum five-plus years previous experience in general accounting.
Experience in handling International subsidiaries.
Proficiency with Microsoft Excel, Word, and Microsoft Outlook required.
Experience with ERP systems.
Knowledge of Equity Edge Systems (preferred)