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Senior Accountant

Onica, the recently Private Equity funded and technology award-winning service provider, is seeking an experienced Senior Accountant to join our growing accounting and finance team. This is a great opportunity for a staff accountant looking for upward mobility in a growing organization. This role is responsible for assisting with the preparation of monthly financial reports, budget preparation, and providing support throughout the finance department.  The ideal candidate will have end-to-end accounting experience with strong knowledge of sophisticated accounting systems and accounting for acquisitions.  This candidate will also collect pertinent information in preparation of external audits, oversee financial reporting and operations and will be the first point of contact for accounting issues. In addition, some experience with ERP implementations is desired as we are moving away from QuickBooks to a more comprehensive ERP Solution. This is a full-time, salary position and will report directly to the Head of Finance while working from our Headquarters in Santa Monica, CA.

Roles and Responsibilities

 

  • Facilitating the month-end close process by reconciling all accounts, accruals, and external information from all parties.
  • Account analysis and reconciliation on all balance sheet accounts for all entities.Active participation and contribution in all required audits, cost reporting, and tax filings.
  • Active participation and contribution in the annual fiscal budget process and financial projections throughout fiscal year; utilize budget software to create budgets and forecasts; provide analysis and project future results; conversion of budget into general ledger system.
  • Take the lead in coordination of month-end closing process, handling accounting issues and answering accounting questions for business office personnel.
  • Improve month end close efficiency as well as oversee OTC and P2P processes.
  • Play a key role in documenting accounting processes and supporting the ERP transition. 

 

Preferred Qualifications

 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, or related degree required.
  • 2+ years’ experience in accounting or related field
  • Thorough knowledge of basic accounting procedures and familiarity with financial accounting statements
  • Working knowledge and Experience with FinancialForce a plus
  • CPA, CMA or other industry related certification a plus but not required
  • Proficient in Word and Excel
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
  • Strong organizational and analytical skills
  • Able to read and understand technical forms and financial reports

 

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