Accounting Analyst Job Description
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The Accounting Analyst prepares and maintains financial records, statements, and reports for assigned companies; analyzes and interprets accounting records; researches complex accounting issues and errors providing solutions; prepares various internal management and external regulatory reports as assigned; works on special projects, overseeing and acting as liaison with other functions on assigned projects. Creates and performs quality reviews and financial projections as needed.
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The Accounting Analyst develops, implements, and operates reporting and analytical activities within assigned functions. This role will also support the effective processing and accumulation of financial data and its timely presentation to operating management. This role is primarily a remote position, however, may require attending in-person events at the Center.
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The Accounting Analyst will perform activities to support the Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Payroll, and General Accounting functions. The Accounting Analyst will participate in the development and processes of accurate reports and account management. In addition to performance, this position may be required to perform a combination of the following supportive functions, with the percentage of time performing each function to be solely determined by the supervisor based upon the particular requirements of the company.
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Reporting to the Director of Property Reporting, the Accounting Analyst will be responsible for executing day-to-day accounting and financial operations for our growing portfolio.
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The Accounting Analyst is responsible for accounting for the daily/monthly production volumes for Production Operations. The job requires a team player with high standards, attention to detail, and good interpersonal skills.
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The Accounting Analyst will be responsible for ensuring the integrity of accounting information by recording, verifying, consolidating, and entering transactions, as well as partnering with other departments to obtain timely and accurate information. This is a “roll-up-your-sleeves” position that involves broad-based responsibility chartered to providing critical support and leadership for increasing the effectiveness of the global accounting organization. We are looking for a motivated candidate that has a strong background in accounting that wants to grow their career within a dynamic, high-growth organization. The Accounting Analyst will help automate the accounting process, while simultaneously having a meaningful impact on the overall business.
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The primary function of the Accounting Analyst position is to utilize and support various accounting systems to ensure activity is posted accurately and timely to the Company's general ledger. This position will work collaboratively with Product Development, Business Operations, Global Operations, Accounting, and Systems to determine the root causes and resolution of issues.
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We are looking for an inquisitive Accounting Analyst to join our Finance team. This is a unique opportunity to work at a high-growth FinTech company together with entrepreneurial yet supportive and cooperative colleagues. In this role, you will utilize your exceptional accounting knowledge, attention to detail, and analytical skills to own and manage internal accounting processes as well as gain exposure to all elements of the accounting and reporting cycles in a fast-paced dynamic environment.
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The Accounting Analyst performs general accounting functions related to accounts payable, accounts receivable and non-payroll timecards. Verify and maintain an accurate backup for all client and vendor invoices.
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The Accounting Analyst will work closely with both the accounting and fleet departments to enhance the financial process and reporting capabilities. Responsibilities include account reconciliation, review of invoices, maintaining fixed asset records, month-end journal entries, as well as special projects/reporting assigned by management.
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Frequently asked questions
What is the role of an accounting analyst?
The role of an accounting analyst is to support the accounting department in various financial and accounting tasks. This can include performing financial analysis, assisting with the preparation of financial reports, analyzing financial data, and providing financial guidance to management.
Some of the specific duties of an accounting analyst may include:
Analyzing financial data and identifying trends and patterns
Preparing financial reports, such as balance sheets, income statements, and cash flow statements
Assisting with budgeting and forecasting processes
Performing variance analysis and identifying areas for cost reduction
Providing financial guidance to management and department heads
Ensuring compliance with accounting standards and regulations
Developing and maintaining financial models and databases
What makes a good accounting analyst?
To be a good accounting analyst, one should possess several key qualities. Firstly, they should have strong analytical skills, as they will be responsible for analyzing financial data and identifying trends and patterns. They should also have excellent attention to detail, as accuracy is essential in financial reporting and analysis.
Good communication skills are also crucial, as accounting analysts may need to explain financial data and reports to non-financial stakeholders. They should also be able to work collaboratively with other departments and team members.
Strong technical skills are also important, as accounting analysts must be proficient in using financial software and databases. They should also have a good understanding of accounting principles and practices, as well as knowledge of relevant laws and regulations.
Lastly, a good accounting analyst should possess a strong work ethic, be self-motivated, and have the ability to work independently with minimal supervision. They should also be able to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and prioritize their workload effectively.