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Senior Accountant

Senior Accountant Job in Middlesex, NJ
Parker + Lynch has partnered with a great retail organization who is looking to expand their accounting department to help handle the constant growth they are experiencing. You will be responsible for the full accounting cycle and will report directly to the Accounting Manager. This Senior Accountant role is the perfect opportunity if you are looking to take the next step in your accounting career.
A Day in the Life

  • Ensure the integrity of accounting information by analyzing, recording, verifying, consolidating, and entering transactions, as well as presenting financial results through various internal reports.
  • Manages the month-end closings on a timely basis. Works with senior accounting management to ensure accuracy of the month-end close
  • Maintains and balances subsidiary accounts by verifying, allocating, posting, reconciling transactions; resolving discrepancies
  • Exceptional client service and oral and written communication skills with a demonstrated ability to develop and maintain outstanding client relationships

Senior Accountant Requirements:

  • Excellent communication skills and can communicate effectively with all levels of the organization
  • A Bachelor s degree in Accounting or Finance
  • 5+ years years of professional experience in accounting/finance department
  • A combination of public and private accounting is ideal,
  • CPA preferred
  • Tech savvy with strong working knowledge of MS Office, including demonstrable expertise with Excel

If this sounds like your skill set, then contact me today at carly. dubrosky@parkerlynch. com for immediate consideration. Please apply online if you would like to be considered for this amazing opportunity!

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