General Ledger Accountant/Assistant Controller

Supervise accounting department staff during monthly closings, reviewing all staff work, preparing and reviewing reconciliations, preparing checklists, and preparing month-end package for Director of Finance review.
Reconcile general ledger and sub ledger, ensure all balance sheet accounts are reconciled, record monthly journal entries and prepare month end binder to be reviewed by Director of Finance.
Review monthly financial statements with the Director of Finance, preparing and providing actual vs. budget variances along with detailed explanations for VPs and Dept Managers and other ad-hoc reporting as needed.
Review payroll
Handle all intercompany transactions.
Assist with Transfer Pricing
Assist Director of Finance in establishing accounting policies and procedures, improving internal controls, and analyzing business processes for improvement opportunities.
Assist in the annual budgeting process, monitor and report on budget-to-actuals on a monthly basis.
Review weekly vendor payments before giving it to Director of Finance for approval.
Assist with special taxes and year-end tax returns documentations.
Monitor internal controls over all accounting activities.
Assist in maintenance of Accounting GL systems.
Oversee fixed assets
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or Finance required
5-7 years of accounting experience preferred
In depth knowledge of best practice internal control structure
Strong organizational, leadership and interpersonal skills
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Ability to be adaptable and flexible and operate effectively in a relatively fast-paced/growth environment
Experience with Great Plains and FRx Reporting preferred
Intermediate Excel: Pivot Tables and V Lookups
Contact: Sokunnary Wright
Phone: 801-763-8395
Email: swright@closetomyheart.com
If you are interested by this opportunity, send in your cover letter and resume to Attn:
GL Accountant/Assistant Controller at swright@closetomyheart.com

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