Sr. Accountant

Job Description:
Established international company has an opportunity at a high volume plant for a Senior Accountant commutable to the east of the Columbia, SC metropolitan area.
In this role will assist the Senior Finance Manager in directing all accounting and finance functions.
Whether it be individually or thru subordinates: Will coordinate and assist in year-end inventory to include preparations, keying, analyzing and posting.
Will create and post all debit and credit notes as needed and oversee and manage AP and AP.
Will assist with budgets and forecasting as needed.
Will assist with month end reporting package and analysis.
Will be responsible for all payroll journal entries and reconciliations.
Will be responsible for fixed asset accounting, including, but not limited to, yearly fixed asset physical inventory and monthly CIP and depreciation reconciliations.
These are many of the responsibilities.
There is bonus potential with this opportunity.
Bachelor degree in Accounting or related field 5 years of experience in manufacturing At least 5 years of experience supporting accounting and finance, including AP and/or AP, general accounting and financial analysis or cost accounting Prefer automotive experience SAP experience is preferred Need analysis and reporting experience Good communication and interpersonal skills needed Must be good with time management and organizing Computer skills that are strong, especially with Excel GAAP accounting knowledge needed Company Description The Cameron Craig Group is an executive search firm representing job openings in virtually every industry and job function across the country.
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