• Location: USA, Wisconsin, Plover
  • Date Posted: 7th Jun, 2020
  • Reference: JK607AFI
Accounting Manager - Plover, WI

Accounting Manager - Plover, WI

Job Description

An online services company is looking to bring on an experience Accounting Manager to bring on to their team. They are rapidly growing and have recently acquired several companies. As a result they are looking to grow out their accounting team to keep up with expanding business.The company currently has nearly 1300 employees and boasts a global reach.

In this position you will directly be responsible for accurate and on time financial reporting. You will be leading the accounting team to help the company moving in the right direction.

Role & Responsibilities

* Oversee and Manage Core Accounting Functions
* Work with Controller and Assistant Controller to Ensure Deadlines are met
* Lead Month End Close Process
* Monitor all Internal Procedures in Accounting
* Manage and Uplift Accounting Team
* Assist with Additional Projects as Needed

Skills & Qualifications

* Accounting Management
* Previous Reconciliations Experience
* Strong Fundamental Accounting Skills
* NetSuite Experience
* Tax Background Preferred

Benefits

* Competitive Salary
* PTO
* High Growth company

To discuss this or other positions in Wisconsin e-mail your resume to James Kelly at j.kelly1@andersonfrank.com or call me at 646-863-7434.

Anderson Frank International are experts in NetSuite recruitment dealing with both Partners & End Users globally. We pride ourselves in sourcing high caliber candidates for premier roles. Anderson Frank deals with both NetSuite Partners & End Users throughout North America. By specializing solely in placing candidates in the NetSuite market I have built relationships with most of the key employers in North America and have an unrivalled understanding of where the best opportunities and NetSuite jobs are. Fuze

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