Staff Accountant with SEC reporting exp. in Long Island, New York

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Our client, a well regarded financial services firm in Nassau County Long Island, New York is seeking a Staff Accountant with SEC and Financial Reporting experience.

Responsibilities include:

  • Prepare financial statements, schedules, footnotes, and other data for submission to management, the Board of Directors, the SEC and bank and other regulatory agencies.
  • Prepare detailed supporting documentation for these submissions.
  • Perform various tasks related to the month-end close of the general ledger, including analyzing and researching monthly variances in income and expense accounts, and reconciling general ledger accounts to verify account balance accuracy.
  • Document variance explanations for management. Maintain accounting records for various subsidiaries and general ledger accounts through reconciliation, analysis, and preparation of monthly accruals and journal entries.
  • Adhere to and perform testing of compliance with internal controls and procedures.
  • Document conclusions for management and internal and external auditors.
  • Review EDGAR and XBRL processed files of Form 10-K and 10-Q prior to filing with the SEC.

Qualifications:

  • 2 – 3 years financial/regulatory reporting/ SEC accounting experience preferred
  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting preferred
  • Strong organizational, analytical and problem-solving skills required
  • Strong communication skills required
  • Strong PC (Excel) skills required

For more information please email your resume to JRodriguez@cfstaffing.com

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