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Tax/Audit Supervisor
Location : Georgia, Atlanta
Refer job # GRKN341346
 

Tax/Audit Supervisor

Atlanta Georgia Job Responsibilities and Requirements: The Supervisor will manage a variety of tax, audit and other assignments as designated by the Manager. The Supervisor should function with minimal supervision and increased focus is placed on supervising and mentoring Staff and Senior Accountants, independent problem solving, strengthening client relationships and increasing team profitability. Position Responsibilities Complete tax and/or audit projects for designated clients as directed with minimal oversight by Managers Conduct thorough engagement reviews Accept increasing responsibility for engagement management Recognize potential problem areas during engagements and propose effective solutions Conduct business specific research - gather and analyze data, interpret results, compile reports and make recommendations Develop, strengthen and maintain effective client relationships through professionalism, responsiveness and service-oriented approach Enhance skills in the industries the Firm focuses on by seeking out and completing training courses Increase the teams profitability by managing your time and the time of Staff and Senior Accountants efficiently, contributing ideas and adding value Supervise and mentor Staff and Senior Accountants Other duties and projects as assigned Knowledge, Skills, Abilities Exhibit a strong understanding of accounting and tax rules Excellent verbal and written communication skills Demonstrate a level of intellectual curiosity Perform work accurately and in a time efficient manner, with strong attention to detail Strong organizational and follow-through skills Ability to effectively prioritize a fast-paced and varied workload, effectively manage a variety of concurrent and shifting priorities Ability to accept constructive feedback from management and make adjustments as directed Ability to work collaboratively and foster a productive, team-oriented environment Strong computer skills, including solid skill in the Microsoft Office suite (particularly Excel) and report writing tools Maintain a professional demeanor with co-workers and clients Ability to meet internal Firm deadlines (time entry, billing, etc. ) Available to work evenings and weekends based on position needs, and to travel domestically if required Minimum Qualifications Bachelors degree, preferably in accounting or finance (advanced degree is a plus) and 3-4 years of experience in public accounting, and/or appropriate balance of education and work experience. CPA license required. offers a progressive work environment, competitive pay and an excellent benefit package including; medical, dental, vision, paid-time-off, life/disability insurance, commuter flex accounts and a 401(k). Finance 0 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-04
Job Responsibilities and Requirements: The Supervisor will manage a variety of tax, audit and other assignments as designated by the Manager. The Supervisor should function with minimal supervision and increased focus is placed on supervising and mentoring Staff and Senior Accountants, independent problem solving, strengthening client relationships and increasing team profitability. Position Responsibilities Complete tax and/or audit projects for designated clients as directed with minimal oversight by Managers Conduct thorough engagement reviews Accept increasing responsibility for engagement management Recognize potential problem areas during engagements and propose effective solutions Conduct business specific research - gather and analyze data, interpret results, compile reports and make recommendations Develop, strengthen and maintain effective client relationships through professionalism, responsiveness and service-oriented approach Enhance skills in the industries the Firm focuses on by seeking out and completing training courses Increase the teams profitability by managing your time and the time of Staff and Senior Accountants efficiently, contributing ideas and adding value Supervise and mentor Staff and Senior Accountants Other duties and projects as assigned Knowledge, Skills, Abilities Exhibit a strong understanding of accounting and tax rules Excellent verbal and written communication skills Demonstrate a level of intellectual curiosity Perform work accurately and in a time efficient manner, with strong attention to detail Strong organizational and follow-through skills Ability to effectively prioritize a fast-paced and varied workload, effectively manage a variety of concurrent and shifting priorities Ability to accept constructive feedback from management and make adjustments as directed Ability to work collaboratively and foster a productive, team-oriented environment Strong computer skills, including solid skill in the Microsoft Office suite (particularly Excel) and report writing tools Maintain a professional demeanor with co-workers and clients Ability to meet internal Firm deadlines (time entry, billing, etc. ) Available to work evenings and weekends based on position needs, and to travel domestically if required Minimum Qualifications Bachelors degree, preferably in accounting or finance (advanced degree is a plus) and 3-4 years of experience in public accounting, and/or appropriate balance of education and work experience. CPA license required. offers a progressive work environment, competitive pay and an excellent benefit package including; medical, dental, vision, paid-time-off, life/disability insurance, commuter flex accounts and a 401(k).
 
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Portfolio Manager Associate
Location : Massachusetts, Boston
Refer job # LYRU341347
 

Portfolio Manager Associate

Boston Massachusetts Job Responsibilities and Requirements: The Portfolio Manager Associate is charged with assisting a team of Portfolio Managers in providing integrated investment advice and portfolio management services to high net worth clients. A team player with excellent communication skills, computer proficiency and high level of professionalism. Must have an undergraduate degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics or equivalent. Create asset allocation studies utilizing data collected in the client profiling process; verify/test assumptions and constraints; confirm findings through iterative ratification process with the PM. Ensure knowledge of entire investment solution suite; recommend investment solutions to PM for client use based upon clients' needs and constraints. Monitor/facilitate account set up resulting in error free account set up process; ensure timely account set up and investment of funds. Re-balance portfolio due to liquidity needs, bond maturities, excess cash, buy/sell implementation, tax loss harvesting, investment recommendation implementation - deployment of cash liquidation of positions. Handle trade order entry for portfolio transactions, and administration of custody account trades and performance. Reg. 9 meeting preparation, review exceptions and recommend strategy to resolve exceptions. Prepare meeting materials; generate research materials - proprietary, economic commentary and Bloomberg etc. as needed for client and prospect meetings. Respond to client requests when PMs are out of office. Team with Portfolio Management Assistant(s) to ensure consistent support for the PM team. Required 3 years of investment experience in a client facing role 1 year of asset allocation experience A team player with excellent communication skills, computer proficiency and high level of professionalism. Proficiency in MS Office applications, with advanced knowledge of Excel and PowerPoint a strong plus. Strong organizational skills and initiative with systematic follow-up. Must have an undergraduate degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics or equivalent; capable and committed to pursuing CPA, CFP, CFA and or MBA. Desired Knowledge of the First Rate, Portview, Reg 9 and PACE technology systems. Finance 0 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-04
Job Responsibilities and Requirements: The Portfolio Manager Associate is charged with assisting a team of Portfolio Managers in providing integrated investment advice and portfolio management services to high net worth clients. A team player with excellent communication skills, computer proficiency and high level of professionalism. Must have an undergraduate degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics or equivalent. Create asset allocation studies utilizing data collected in the client profiling process; verify/test assumptions and constraints; confirm findings through iterative ratification process with the PM. Ensure knowledge of entire investment solution suite; recommend investment solutions to PM for client use based upon clients' needs and constraints. Monitor/facilitate account set up resulting in error free account set up process; ensure timely account set up and investment of funds. Re-balance portfolio due to liquidity needs, bond maturities, excess cash, buy/sell implementation, tax loss harvesting, investment recommendation implementation - deployment of cash liquidation of positions. Handle trade order entry for portfolio transactions, and administration of custody account trades and performance. Reg. 9 meeting preparation, review exceptions and recommend strategy to resolve exceptions. Prepare meeting materials; generate research materials - proprietary, economic commentary and Bloomberg etc. as needed for client and prospect meetings. Respond to client requests when PMs are out of office. Team with Portfolio Management Assistant(s) to ensure consistent support for the PM team. Required 3 years of investment experience in a client facing role 1 year of asset allocation experience A team player with excellent communication skills, computer proficiency and high level of professionalism. Proficiency in MS Office applications, with advanced knowledge of Excel and PowerPoint a strong plus. Strong organizational skills and initiative with systematic follow-up. Must have an undergraduate degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics or equivalent; capable and committed to pursuing CPA, CFP, CFA and or MBA. Desired Knowledge of the First Rate, Portview, Reg 9 and PACE technology systems.
 
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Internal Auditor
Location : New York, New York City
Refer job # OSSJ341349
 

Internal Auditor

New York City New York Job Responsibilities and Requirements: Your role During your mission you will be in charge of these responsibilities: Support the manager of the market audit team to organize key processes such as yearly risk assessment and continuous monitoring of the activities, particularly through developing a set of indicators to be used, or preparing regular communication in team meetings by tracking systematic indicators (recommendation status, mission progress ); Take part in audit missions as an auditor and helping the mission team through the different phases, mainly the diagnostic phase and the control phase; Assist in formalizing and developing the methodological framework to audit market activities; Improve the efficiency of the systematic part of the audit missions by standardizing the tools accesses for auditors, the extracts to obtain the relevant information, and the way to perform those controls. -Profile The assignment in a nutshell This in New York is to begin as soon as possible but you need to plan 3 months between your application date and the beginning of your assignment. It will last 18 months. The is a specific contract, under Business France's eligibility criteria, opened to candidates under 28 and from the member states of the European Economic Space. Your profile Graduate from Engineering school, Business School or University with a master degree in Finance. You are fluent in English. You are proficient with Microsoft Office and VBA. -Evolution Your career path As a member of the Internal Audit Department, the will benefit by: Receiving on-the-job training about Internal Audit processes and best practices; Developing an understanding of banking products, the US markets and bank processes covering several activities and transversal functions. Developing an ability to assess risk and control within the bank's processes. Finance 0 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-04
Job Responsibilities and Requirements: Your role During your mission you will be in charge of these responsibilities: Support the manager of the market audit team to organize key processes such as yearly risk assessment and continuous monitoring of the activities, particularly through developing a set of indicators to be used, or preparing regular communication in team meetings by tracking systematic indicators (recommendation status, mission progress ); Take part in audit missions as an auditor and helping the mission team through the different phases, mainly the diagnostic phase and the control phase; Assist in formalizing and developing the methodological framework to audit market activities; Improve the efficiency of the systematic part of the audit missions by standardizing the tools accesses for auditors, the extracts to obtain the relevant information, and the way to perform those controls. -Profile The assignment in a nutshell This in New York is to begin as soon as possible but you need to plan 3 months between your application date and the beginning of your assignment. It will last 18 months. The is a specific contract, under Business France's eligibility criteria, opened to candidates under 28 and from the member states of the European Economic Space. Your profile Graduate from Engineering school, Business School or University with a master degree in Finance. You are fluent in English. You are proficient with Microsoft Office and VBA. -Evolution Your career path As a member of the Internal Audit Department, the will benefit by: Receiving on-the-job training about Internal Audit processes and best practices; Developing an understanding of banking products, the US markets and bank processes covering several activities and transversal functions. Developing an ability to assess risk and control within the bank's processes.
 
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Wealth Management - Income Operations Specialist
Location : Delaware, Newark
Refer job # BXPT341350
 

Wealth Management - Income Operations Specialist

Newark Delaware Job Responsibilities and Requirements: As an Income Specialist, you will be responsible for supporting all aspects of interest and dividend events for Private Banking clients. Responsibilities include but not limited to: ensuring the timely and accurate processing of dividends and interest related to domestic and international fixed income securities, equities, American Depositary Receipts and any associated tax transactions. You will be required to ensure that all related activity is accurately and efficiently posted to client accounts. Ensure all inquiries are addressed within service levels, and that all daily internal proofs relating to the general ledgers are accurate, and out of balance conditions are investigated and resolved within service levels. Who we do it for: The Asset Service group provides these services to Clients, tax administrators, Client Service Specialists, portfolio managers and our custodians, while meeting the established deadlines as required. Core Responsibilities Process both global and domestic payments Ensure that payments are posted to client s accounts Identify and analyze asset and cash breaks and resolve timely Process tax status confirmations Provide responses to daily inquires as required Complete pre-reconciliation process daily Process BUW payments as necessary Coordinate issues and resolve with custodian Process repatriation for global payments Verify all daily internal proofs are accurate Potential Responsibilities Project participation Identify potential enhancements to income service process Analyze automation opportunities Cross train new staff members Update procedures documents Enhance communication with service partners Required Experience/Skills Ability to complete tasks with strict deadlines Have strong analytical skills and think out of the box Excellent verbal and written communication skills Strong PC skills Ability to multi-task and prioritize effectively Ability to work in fast-paced high volume environment Be able to work within a team environment Have excellent organizational and time management skills Preferred Experience/Skills Accounting/Finance Background Tax withholding knowledge a plus Proficient in Excel and Word Previous securities experience Experience with the asset service process Knowledge of foreign markets College degree or three to five years equivalent work experience. Finance 0 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-04
Job Responsibilities and Requirements: As an Income Specialist, you will be responsible for supporting all aspects of interest and dividend events for Private Banking clients. Responsibilities include but not limited to: ensuring the timely and accurate processing of dividends and interest related to domestic and international fixed income securities, equities, American Depositary Receipts and any associated tax transactions. You will be required to ensure that all related activity is accurately and efficiently posted to client accounts. Ensure all inquiries are addressed within service levels, and that all daily internal proofs relating to the general ledgers are accurate, and out of balance conditions are investigated and resolved within service levels. Who we do it for: The Asset Service group provides these services to Clients, tax administrators, Client Service Specialists, portfolio managers and our custodians, while meeting the established deadlines as required. Core Responsibilities Process both global and domestic payments Ensure that payments are posted to client s accounts Identify and analyze asset and cash breaks and resolve timely Process tax status confirmations Provide responses to daily inquires as required Complete pre-reconciliation process daily Process BUW payments as necessary Coordinate issues and resolve with custodian Process repatriation for global payments Verify all daily internal proofs are accurate Potential Responsibilities Project participation Identify potential enhancements to income service process Analyze automation opportunities Cross train new staff members Update procedures documents Enhance communication with service partners Required Experience/Skills Ability to complete tasks with strict deadlines Have strong analytical skills and think out of the box Excellent verbal and written communication skills Strong PC skills Ability to multi-task and prioritize effectively Ability to work in fast-paced high volume environment Be able to work within a team environment Have excellent organizational and time management skills Preferred Experience/Skills Accounting/Finance Background Tax withholding knowledge a plus Proficient in Excel and Word Previous securities experience Experience with the asset service process Knowledge of foreign markets College degree or three to five years equivalent work experience.
 
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Senior Budget Analyst
Location : Minnesota, Minneapolis
Refer job # DHRD341351
 

Senior Budget Analyst

Minneapolis Minnesota Job Responsibilities and Requirements: Position Summary Direct and coordinate the development, tracking, reporting and analysis of financial information including managerial reporting, financial reporting, budget creation and income statement analysis. Perform account reconciliations as assigned. Provide proactive, clear and actionable recommendations and alternatives to Management. Document key processes and internal control points for reporting to management. Essential Responsibilities Provide monthly explanations along with thorough and accurate analysis to senior management regarding the nature and cause of financial deviations from budget, prior year and forecast. Provide projections of the impact of deviations on the financial outlook for the remainder of the year. Coordinate the budget create process and the forecast process in the areas assigned. Provide in depth customer support and analysis to comply with Corporate guidelines. Reconciles accounts as assigned. Document key processes of areas assigned to ensure consistency and compliance with legal and regulatory requirements. Provide proactive process improvement recommendations and assist in implementing the accepted solutions. Provide direction and instruction in training employees regarding financial issues, use of budgeting and forecasting tools and the budgeting and forecasting process. Minimum Requirements Bachelors degree in Business, Finance, Accounting or related field or a combination of education and experience providing equivalent knowledge. MBA preferred. Minimum 5 years experience involving complex research and analysis. Must demonstrate a high degree of proficiency in use of Corporate Financial systems, and corporate and FERC accounting practices. CPA, CMA or CFA desired. Preferred Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the business area; including peers, middle management and senior management. Data base experience or experience with other data rich systems A self-starter, the ability to ask the questions why and what is next. Finance 0 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-04
Job Responsibilities and Requirements: Position Summary Direct and coordinate the development, tracking, reporting and analysis of financial information including managerial reporting, financial reporting, budget creation and income statement analysis. Perform account reconciliations as assigned. Provide proactive, clear and actionable recommendations and alternatives to Management. Document key processes and internal control points for reporting to management. Essential Responsibilities Provide monthly explanations along with thorough and accurate analysis to senior management regarding the nature and cause of financial deviations from budget, prior year and forecast. Provide projections of the impact of deviations on the financial outlook for the remainder of the year. Coordinate the budget create process and the forecast process in the areas assigned. Provide in depth customer support and analysis to comply with Corporate guidelines. Reconciles accounts as assigned. Document key processes of areas assigned to ensure consistency and compliance with legal and regulatory requirements. Provide proactive process improvement recommendations and assist in implementing the accepted solutions. Provide direction and instruction in training employees regarding financial issues, use of budgeting and forecasting tools and the budgeting and forecasting process. Minimum Requirements Bachelors degree in Business, Finance, Accounting or related field or a combination of education and experience providing equivalent knowledge. MBA preferred. Minimum 5 years experience involving complex research and analysis. Must demonstrate a high degree of proficiency in use of Corporate Financial systems, and corporate and FERC accounting practices. CPA, CMA or CFA desired. Preferred Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the business area; including peers, middle management and senior management. Data base experience or experience with other data rich systems A self-starter, the ability to ask the questions why and what is next.
 
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Collector
Location : Ohio, Columbus
Refer job # RROW341352
 

Collector

Columbus Ohio Job Responsibilities and Requirements: The Customer Assistance Collector: Interviews homeowners to determine the extent of their hardship and their ability to pay the loan currently and in the foreseeable future Councils homeowners on available alternatives to foreclosure to include modifications, short sales, mortgage releases, forbearance, reages and repayment plans Negotiates appropriate short term payment arrangement or a commitment to seek an alternative to foreclosure with homeowners Educates homeowners on how to submit an application for assistance, get that application evaluated and, if applicable, how to appeal an application that is denied Provides homeowners with status updates as it concerns their application for assistance Where applicable advises homeowners on the circumstances under which their loan can be referred to foreclosure Works on an automated dialer to make/take phone calls Consistently meets established individual and departmental goals as it concerns quality and other service level metrics Complies with all policies and procedures set forth by Huntington Adheres to Federal Regulatory requirements regarding debt collections Basic Qualifications High school diploma or GED 1 year of customer service Preferred Qualifications: Call Center experience Must have a desire to educate and assist troubled customers Must demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate over the phone in a professional and personable manner within time constraints Ability to understand complex processes Must be able to easily adapt to change and embrace continuous improvement Must be goal oriented and self-motivated Must be comfortable using a computer and keyboard Working knowledge of consumer and collection law Knowledge of MSP and HOGAN systems helpful. Finance 0 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-04
Job Responsibilities and Requirements: The Customer Assistance Collector: Interviews homeowners to determine the extent of their hardship and their ability to pay the loan currently and in the foreseeable future Councils homeowners on available alternatives to foreclosure to include modifications, short sales, mortgage releases, forbearance, reages and repayment plans Negotiates appropriate short term payment arrangement or a commitment to seek an alternative to foreclosure with homeowners Educates homeowners on how to submit an application for assistance, get that application evaluated and, if applicable, how to appeal an application that is denied Provides homeowners with status updates as it concerns their application for assistance Where applicable advises homeowners on the circumstances under which their loan can be referred to foreclosure Works on an automated dialer to make/take phone calls Consistently meets established individual and departmental goals as it concerns quality and other service level metrics Complies with all policies and procedures set forth by Huntington Adheres to Federal Regulatory requirements regarding debt collections Basic Qualifications High school diploma or GED 1 year of customer service Preferred Qualifications: Call Center experience Must have a desire to educate and assist troubled customers Must demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate over the phone in a professional and personable manner within time constraints Ability to understand complex processes Must be able to easily adapt to change and embrace continuous improvement Must be goal oriented and self-motivated Must be comfortable using a computer and keyboard Working knowledge of consumer and collection law Knowledge of MSP and HOGAN systems helpful.
 
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Senior Credit Analyst
Location : Indiana, Indianapolis
Refer job # FVZC341354
 

Senior Credit Analyst

Indianapolis Indiana Job Responsibilities and Requirements: Work directly with sales and credit personnel in generating approval documents while also helping to protect the quality of the Bank's loan portfolio. Gathers and analyzes all financial and business information to determine credit worthiness for loans, including the identification of risk or strengths. Prepare a written evaluation of borrowers' financial condition and future outlook. Assist lending officers in assembling other essential components of commercial loan monitoring and review. Prepare written summary of conclusions for loan officers or committees. Ensure covenant compliance. Basic Qualifications Bachelor's degree 1 year work experience Preferred Qualifications 1 year of experience in a high volume industry directly working with Credit loan quality or analysis preferred Experience in the finance or banking industry is preferred Demonstrated confidence, assertiveness, professionalism, ability to interact with all levels, and ability to sell Huntington and its services Proficiency using Microsoft Word and Excel is required Ability to analyze financial data and narrative information quickly and thoroughly Excellent in customer service, highly motivated, focused, and goal oriented. Finance 0 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-04
Job Responsibilities and Requirements: Work directly with sales and credit personnel in generating approval documents while also helping to protect the quality of the Bank's loan portfolio. Gathers and analyzes all financial and business information to determine credit worthiness for loans, including the identification of risk or strengths. Prepare a written evaluation of borrowers' financial condition and future outlook. Assist lending officers in assembling other essential components of commercial loan monitoring and review. Prepare written summary of conclusions for loan officers or committees. Ensure covenant compliance. Basic Qualifications Bachelor's degree 1 year work experience Preferred Qualifications 1 year of experience in a high volume industry directly working with Credit loan quality or analysis preferred Experience in the finance or banking industry is preferred Demonstrated confidence, assertiveness, professionalism, ability to interact with all levels, and ability to sell Huntington and its services Proficiency using Microsoft Word and Excel is required Ability to analyze financial data and narrative information quickly and thoroughly Excellent in customer service, highly motivated, focused, and goal oriented.
 
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Senior Budget Analyst
Location : Minnesota, Minneapolis
Refer job # QMMW341355
 

Senior Budget Analyst

Minneapolis Minnesota Job Responsibilities and Requirements: Position Summary Direct and coordinate the development, tracking, reporting and analysis of financial information including managerial reporting, financial reporting, budget creation and income statement analysis. Perform account reconciliations as assigned. Provide proactive, clear and actionable recommendations and alternatives to Management. Document key processes and internal control points for reporting to management. Essential Responsibilities Provide monthly explanations along with thorough and accurate analysis to senior management regarding the nature and cause of financial deviations from budget, prior year and forecast. Provide projections of the impact of deviations on the financial outlook for the remainder of the year. Coordinate the budget create process and the forecast process in the areas assigned. Provide in depth customer support and analysis to comply with Corporate guidelines. Reconciles accounts as assigned. Document key processes of areas assigned to ensure consistency and compliance with legal and regulatory requirements. Provide proactive process improvement recommendations and assist in implementing the accepted solutions. Provide direction and instruction in training employees regarding financial issues, use of budgeting and forecasting tools and the budgeting and forecasting process. Minimum Requirements Bachelors degree in Business, Finance, Accounting or related field or a combination of education and experience providing equivalent knowledge. MBA preferred. Minimum 5 years experience involving complex research and analysis. Must demonstrate a high degree of proficiency in use of Corporate Financial systems, and corporate and FERC accounting practices. CPA, CMA or CFA desired. Preferred Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the business area; including peers, middle management and senior management. Finance 0 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-04
Job Responsibilities and Requirements: Position Summary Direct and coordinate the development, tracking, reporting and analysis of financial information including managerial reporting, financial reporting, budget creation and income statement analysis. Perform account reconciliations as assigned. Provide proactive, clear and actionable recommendations and alternatives to Management. Document key processes and internal control points for reporting to management. Essential Responsibilities Provide monthly explanations along with thorough and accurate analysis to senior management regarding the nature and cause of financial deviations from budget, prior year and forecast. Provide projections of the impact of deviations on the financial outlook for the remainder of the year. Coordinate the budget create process and the forecast process in the areas assigned. Provide in depth customer support and analysis to comply with Corporate guidelines. Reconciles accounts as assigned. Document key processes of areas assigned to ensure consistency and compliance with legal and regulatory requirements. Provide proactive process improvement recommendations and assist in implementing the accepted solutions. Provide direction and instruction in training employees regarding financial issues, use of budgeting and forecasting tools and the budgeting and forecasting process. Minimum Requirements Bachelors degree in Business, Finance, Accounting or related field or a combination of education and experience providing equivalent knowledge. MBA preferred. Minimum 5 years experience involving complex research and analysis. Must demonstrate a high degree of proficiency in use of Corporate Financial systems, and corporate and FERC accounting practices. CPA, CMA or CFA desired. Preferred Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the business area; including peers, middle management and senior management.
 
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2019 Staff Accountant
Location : California, San Francisco
Refer job # DXJP341356
 

2019 Staff Accountant

San Francisco California Job Responsibilities and Requirements: Responsibilities Complete tax and/or audit engagements for designated clients as directed by your Supervisor or Manager Identify and communicate potential problem areas during engagements Conduct business specific research - gather and analyze data, interpret results, compile reports and make recommendations to principals and partners Develop effective client relationships through professionalism and follow-through Other duties and projects as assigned Knowledge, Skills, Abilities Exhibit a basic understanding of accounting and tax rules Excellent verbal and written communication skills Perform work accurately and in a time efficient manner, with strong attention to detail, organization and follow through Ability to work under close supervision and accept constructive feedback, making adjustments as directed Ability to work collaboratively and foster a productive, team-oriented environment with both colleagues and clients Strong computer skills, including solid skill in the Microsoft Office suite (particularly Word & Excel) and report writing tools Maintain a professional demeanor with co-workers and clients Adhere to internal Firm deadlines (time entry) Able to contribute ideas and add value to designated team Available to work evenings and weekends based on position needs, and to travel domestically if required Minimum Qualifications Bachelor s degree, preferably in accounting or finance and up to 1 year of experience in public accounting or 1-3 years of experience in an internal accounting role, and/or appropriate balance of education and work experience. Ability to sit for the CPA exam or passed sections of the CPA exam is a plus. Finance 0 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-04
Job Responsibilities and Requirements: Responsibilities Complete tax and/or audit engagements for designated clients as directed by your Supervisor or Manager Identify and communicate potential problem areas during engagements Conduct business specific research - gather and analyze data, interpret results, compile reports and make recommendations to principals and partners Develop effective client relationships through professionalism and follow-through Other duties and projects as assigned Knowledge, Skills, Abilities Exhibit a basic understanding of accounting and tax rules Excellent verbal and written communication skills Perform work accurately and in a time efficient manner, with strong attention to detail, organization and follow through Ability to work under close supervision and accept constructive feedback, making adjustments as directed Ability to work collaboratively and foster a productive, team-oriented environment with both colleagues and clients Strong computer skills, including solid skill in the Microsoft Office suite (particularly Word & Excel) and report writing tools Maintain a professional demeanor with co-workers and clients Adhere to internal Firm deadlines (time entry) Able to contribute ideas and add value to designated team Available to work evenings and weekends based on position needs, and to travel domestically if required Minimum Qualifications Bachelor s degree, preferably in accounting or finance and up to 1 year of experience in public accounting or 1-3 years of experience in an internal accounting role, and/or appropriate balance of education and work experience. Ability to sit for the CPA exam or passed sections of the CPA exam is a plus.
 
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IP Paralegal
Location : Massachusetts, Boston
Refer job # WBJL341357
 

IP Paralegal

Boston Massachusetts Job Responsibilities and Requirements: The IP Patent Paralegal will be responsible for the creation, revision, and filing of prosecution documents. This position will support various intellectual property attorneys to provide excellent service to our clients. The IP Patent Paralegal will be responsible for reviewing and maintaining a docket, for timely reporting of communications to the client and foreign associates, and for timely handling of various prosecution formalities. This is a position with an annual 1500 billable hour requirement. Candidate must have at least one (1) to three (3) years' experience in international and/or U. S. prosecution and a high school diploma, although a bachelor's degree and/or a paralegal certificate is preferred. Thorough knowledge of patent procedural requirements and USPTO practices required. The position requires excellent attention to detail, strong organizational and prioritization skills with the ability to meet deadlines in a fast paced environment. Analytical thinking and problem solving skills are essential. Ability to work both independently and in a team environment is a must. Strong customer service orientation and oral and written communication skills to effectively interact with all tiers of personnel and clients are essential. A working knowledge of Microsoft products and an accurate minimum typing speed of 50 wpm are also required. IntellectualProperty 0 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-04
Job Responsibilities and Requirements: The IP Patent Paralegal will be responsible for the creation, revision, and filing of prosecution documents. This position will support various intellectual property attorneys to provide excellent service to our clients. The IP Patent Paralegal will be responsible for reviewing and maintaining a docket, for timely reporting of communications to the client and foreign associates, and for timely handling of various prosecution formalities. This is a position with an annual 1500 billable hour requirement. Candidate must have at least one (1) to three (3) years' experience in international and/or U. S. prosecution and a high school diploma, although a bachelor's degree and/or a paralegal certificate is preferred. Thorough knowledge of patent procedural requirements and USPTO practices required. The position requires excellent attention to detail, strong organizational and prioritization skills with the ability to meet deadlines in a fast paced environment. Analytical thinking and problem solving skills are essential. Ability to work both independently and in a team environment is a must. Strong customer service orientation and oral and written communication skills to effectively interact with all tiers of personnel and clients are essential. A working knowledge of Microsoft products and an accurate minimum typing speed of 50 wpm are also required.
 
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Pasadena, California 91101
Email: jobs@recruitarrow.com
 
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