Senior Accountant

Company Name:
Kreisler Industrial Corporation
Senior Accountant
Kreisler Industrial Corp Elmwood Park, NJ
The Staff Accountant must perform general accounting tasks, prepare financial statements, oversee accounts payable, accounts receivable, inventory while supporting other financial/accounting needs.
Post information and balances to the general or subsidiary ledgers.
Maintain Reporting packages.
Reconcile prepaid and accruals.
Analysis of other specific accounts.
Reconcile and value Inventory under the guidance of the Finance Director.
Support physical inventory and cycle counts.
Assist in the construction of various reporting packages.
Participate in the implementation and rollout of a new ERP system.
Participate in the implementation and rollout of a new Forecasting system.
Serve as a backup to A/P and A/R function in the case of prolonged absence.
Compile segments of monthly closings and annual reports.
Assist with information gathering during audits.
Tax support as required on a Quarterly and Annual basis.
Support tax audit requirements with detail and analysis.
Create, analyze and interpret data in MS Excel.
Demonstrate problem solving and analytical skills.
Be detailed oriented and well-organized.
Candidate needs the ability to adapt to a changing environment while working both individually and as a member of a team. They must be curious, ask questions, be able to communicate across the company and want to learn.
The Senior Accountant is accountable to the Finance Director for accuracy, validity and timeliness of given tasks.
Bachelors degree in Accounting or Finance
5+ years of experience
Manufacturing, Distribution, or Inventory experience required
Big 4 experience preferred
A background in Cost Accounting is helpful
CPA preferred

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