Sr Accountant, Glenview, IL--$85K-no bonus

Company Name:
Career Development Partners
Sr Accountant, Glenview, IL--$85K-no bonus
may stretch a bit on comp, newly created position, F150, great corporate culture, a lot of opportunity to move around within organization, highly preferred manufacturing or distribution versus services organizations, highly prefer stock compensation accounting exp, or overall benefits accounting, official title is Senior Financial Analyst-Corporate Accounting

Responsible for stock compensation and other equity award accounting activities
Responsible for month end close activities including preparation of journal entries and account reconciliations.
Management of G/L system including account maintenance, system parameters, month/annual close procedures and reconciliation to consolidation system.
Assist and/or lead assigned projects to increase efficiency of department procedures and processes.
Participate in annual budget process including consolidation and analysis of Corporate departments and importing to G/L and consolidation system.
Ad-hoc analysis of department expenditures and results as requested.
Qualifications and Skills Required:

Bachelor's degree in Business (finance or accounting), CPA a plus
Minimum 4 to 7 years of corporate and/or business unit finance or accounting experience
Ability to execute projects efficiently and effectively with limited supervision
Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to work in a diverse and multicultural environment are essential
Strong analytical skills and business/financial acumen
Attention to detail, with high standards of accuracy and review
Ability to work in a fast paced, multi-task project environment
High-level of computer proficiency; demonstrated proficiency with Oracle HFM, Microsoft Dynamics Great Plains and SQL a plus

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