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Accounting Supervisor

Company Name:
North Star
Contact: Erika Carvajal
Position: Accounting Supervisor
Salary Range: $40,000 to $50,000
Location: East Syracuse, New York
Our client is looking for highly motivated person who will provide support to maintain the fiscal records and systems by applying technical and administrative accounting principles.
Responsibilities:
Trains and supervises the accounting staff and offers clear direction and priorities.
Plan and organize multiple projects with your team efficiently, effectively, and productively.
Perform audits and review accounts payable, account receivable, billing/maintenance, and cash receipts.
Maintain journal entries by recording to the general ledger.
Maintain monthly bank reconciliation and record Account Manager expenses to the P&L and
commissions to account manager statements.
Understand department responsibilities with employees, vendors and customers in order to provide excellent customer service.
Provide backup to accounts payable, accounts receivable, billing/maintenance, payroll and other duties as assigned by Financial Controller.
Special Skills:
Ability to administer financial systems and procedures
Ability to communicate clearly and concisely in writing and orally
Ability to work well with employees, customers and vendors.
Ability to understand issues and their cause and propose effective solutions.
Ability to maintain composure and a clear mind under high pressure
Maintain sound judgement in relation to core job functions.
Ability to maintain discretion when working with confidential material.
Ability to prioritize job duties in order to meet deadlines.
Training or Knowledge Needed:
Bachelors degree with at least 3 years relevant work experience

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