5 - 7 years experience • Consumer Goods / Miscellaneous
Title: Accounting Manager (CPArequired)
Location: Bridgewater, NJ
Industry: Fortune 500 Retail/Consumer Goods
Salary: $100K-120K Range + Bonus
Responsible for managing all accounting closings, estimate and budgetary processes for various Corporate departments and the Company’s external segment reporting.
Overseeing variance reporting and analysis, reviewing external auditors’ audit and quarterly review analyses, ensuring adherence to SOX controls, manage a team of several Financial Analysts and Accountants.
Provide financial and accounting guidance to various Corporate departments and assist with special projects and GAAP research.
-Manage the monthly, quarterly and year-end close processes for various Corporate departments
-Timely and accurate variance analysis and reporting.
-Timely and accurate reporting to management.
-Manage the preliminary and final budget processes for various Corporate departments
-Develop and review budget packages.
-Review cost center budget packages and bridges for completeness, accuracy, and timing.
-Supervise several Accountants and perform timely and accurate review of work prepared by the accounting team, including:
Various balance sheet accounts, including accruals and prepaids.
Year-end schedules in support of the Company’s 10-Q or 10-K.
Prepare various audit and quarterly review analyses for the Corporate income statement for submission to the external auditors.
-Ensure adherence to Sarbanes-Oxley control narratives for areas of responsibility.
-Work withInternal Audit department to update narratives when processes change.
-Provide financial and accounting guidance and support to various Corporate departments as needed.
BS/BA in Accounting required. 5-8 yrs. of relevant accounting exp. Preferably prior public audit exp.
CPA or working towards CPA license is required
Ability to quickly learn various systems such as SAP and Essbase needed. Prior supervisory experiencepreferred. Significant level of decision making in relation to accounts such as determining adjustments needed to properly state activity in accordance with GAAP.