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Job SummaryThis position is responsible for compiling and analyzing information related to all A/P, A/R, collections, general ledger, fixed assets, revenue accounting, bank reconciliations, VAT filing, and Inventory and account reconciliations.
Core Duties and Responsibilities:
- Compiles and analyzes financial information in order to prepare entries to accounts such as General Ledger accounts to document business transactions.
- Maintains assigned GL accounts and reconciles accounts receivable detail and control accounts.
- Runs reports and prepares spreadsheets to provide analysis of specific expense items. Performs detailed account analysis to identify trends.
- Prepares journal entries to correct errors in posting to accounts.
- Maintains all information on fixed assets including replacement schedules, depreciation, etc.
- Performs bank reconciliations.
- Investigates account variances and provides detailed explanation.
- Assists departmental manager in monthly closing activity.
- Assists other departmental team members in clerical activity to ensure timeliness of entries and adherence to closing schedule.
- May train clerical employees on software use, analytical work or other job duties as necessary.
- Compile information for monthly VAT filing
- Maintain and prepare all information on Company’s Inventory
Skills, Experience, Capabilities - We're Looking for the Following in Applicants
- Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles
- Skills in mathematics
- Knowledge of accounting software
- Skills in MS Word, Power Point, Outlook
- Advanced skills in Excel
- Ability to develop and run reports
- Ability to analyze complex information
- Good communication skills
- Good business writing skills
- Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or Business
- 2-4 years of experience
- Bahamian Citizenship
- Experience using accounting software - AccPac or Quick Books
- Closing schedule is met monthly and quarterly
- All accounts are reconciled and balanced
- All variances are explained