Senior Accountant, Financial Reporting
Accounting & Finance | Chadds Ford, PA
Our customers come from all walks of life, and so do we: We hire great people from a wide variety of backgrounds because it makes our company stronger. At Flagship, we believe that inclusive business practices empower our team members, foster innovation, and build trustful relationships, enabling us to achieve better business results over the long term in the right way. We provide an evolving range of opportunities to contribute to your professional development, further your career, and enhance your work experience.
What are the perks of working at Flagship?
- Competitive Salaries
- Bonus Opportunities (where applicable)
- Paid Time Off
- Tuition Reimbursement
- 401(k) Plan
- Basic Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment (“AD&D”) Insurance
- Short-Term Disability
- Long-Term Disability
- Medical Plans (POS/ HDHP)
- Dental Plan
- Vision Plan
- Health Savings Account
- Healthcare and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
- Voluntary Benefits
- Employee Assistance Program
- LifeMart® Discount Program
- Wellness Program
The Senior Accountant, Financial Reporting is responsible for leading the financial reporting process. Responsibilities include preparing financial statements, schedules, and analysis for distribution to internal and external stakeholders and consolidating equity and intercompany accounting processes. They will assist in writing accounting policies and reviewing disclosures against GAAP requirements.
- REQUIRED: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance
- REQUIRED: 4 years of experience, including at least 2 years at a public accounting firm
- PREFERRED: Licensed CPA, or CPA candidate
- PREFERRED: Experience with financial systems /general ledger software
- REQUIRED: Advanced knowledge of Excel
- Experience in understanding and applying GAAP and financial reporting principles
- Ability to work cooperatively and collaboratively with all levels of employees, management and third parties
- Outstanding analytic and problem-solving abilities.
- Attention to detail and the capability of thorough self-review for accurate reporting and analysis, as well as having the initiative to question and improve current processes and the eagerness to learn and take on new responsibilities
- Ability to adapt quickly to a changing work environment and prioritize tasks in an efficient, time-oriented manner
- Ability to work both independently and in a team setting
Accountant, Financial Reporting?
- Extract, compile and summarize financial data into supporting financial statements, schedules, reports and presentations.
- Complete monthly Intercompany and Equity accounting activities, including journal entries and account reconciliations. Identify and implement process improvements.
- Apply GAAP by reviewing disclosures against requirements, preparing accounting policies, and drafting memos supporting estimates and transactions.
- Prepare consolidated financial statements for monthly review meetings, draft footnotes, compile support for annual audited financial statements, and compile subsidiary financial information to support ad hoc reporting requests throughout the year. Review audited financial disclosures against GAAP checklists. Create and maintain a calendar of ad hoc reporting requirements.
- Perform month-end financial close responsibilities related to Intercompany, equity, legal entity consolidations, and other areas by generating monthly journal entries, researching variances, preparing account reconciliations and balance roll forwards.
- Lead project to review intercompany and equity accounting flows, clearing historical balances and streamline future activities.
- Draft new accounting policies or updates to existing policies, and write accounting memos to support the accounting for certain transactions and estimates.
- Additional job-related duties as assigned by the manager
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