Corporate Accountant

at Rose International Inc. in Warrenville, Illinois, United States

Job Description

Date Posted: 11/16/2023 Hiring Organization: Rose International Position Number: 454139 Job Title: Corporate Accountant IV Job Location: Warrenville, IL, USA, 60555 Employment Type: Temporary Estimated Duration (In months): 6 Min Hourly Rate($): 100.00 Max Hourly Rate($): 150.00 Must Have Skills/Attributes: Accounting, CPA, Derivatives, Finance, Finance Reporting, Utility Job Description **Only those lawfully authorized to work in the designated country associated with the position will be considered.** **Please note that all Position start dates and duration are estimates and may be reduced or lengthened based upon a client’s business needs and requirements.** Job Title: Corporate Accountant IV Number of Positions: 1 Duration: 12/12/2023 – 6/11/2024 Location: Warrenville, IL 60555 Job Description: Oversee and provide support to various accounting functions within the corporate accounting operation and/or business unit accounting operations, as required. Produce accurate and timely financial statements for the business unit and for its subsidiaries. Support business units, business unit subsidiaries, and entities in recording and reporting financial transactions in an accurate and timely manner. PRIMARY DUTIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES (means principal, main, major or most important duties / accountabilities that the employee performs) Item/Accountability 1. Supports preparation and delivery of corporation’s monthly financial statement close process. Primary owner of all accounting or regulatory reporting. Ensures financial transactions are recorded accurately and timely, and analyzes and reviews financial statements for given area of responsibility. Responsible for complete and accurate preparation of all required reports on a quarterly and annual basis. 20% 2. Prepares, reviews or approves account reconciliations for corporation’s entities and accounts, as required. 25% 3. Prepares the monthly reporting packages for corporate entities including analysis of current actual results to prior period actual results for corporation- for use in Board and Senior Management reporting and external reporting. 10% 4. Supports the implementation of changes in Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). 5% 5. Supports in the accounting, analysis and budgeting of various accounts. 15% 6. Consults and liaises with operating unit finance personnel on accounting issues. 10% 7. Cooperates in special projects and special requests as required for the Controller’s Group. 10% 8. Interacts with internal and external auditors, Corporate Controller’s Department and business units as required to accomplish goals. 5% POSITION SPECIFICATIONS REQUIRED Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or general business administration. CPA Experience is typically career level (8-10 years) in accounting, financial reporting or related field. Recent public accounting (Big Four, Grant Thornton, RSM), working in a Controllership group of a Fortune 500 publicly traded company and/or Utility experience (in the last 2 years) is required Experience with Financial Statement Consolidations and/or Derivative Accounting is a plus. Demonstrated knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles Demonstrated supervisory experience Commitment to highest standards of quality and integrity Solid financial, mathematical and analytical capabilities Exhibit professionalism and stay current on technical accounting, reporting and professional development PREFERRED: MBA in Finance, Accounting or Economics POSITION SCOPE • Under minimal supervision, perform assigned financial accounting and/or reporting in compliance with internal reporting processes, and applicable regulatory bodies. • Proactively notify Supervisor or Director of any accounting/reporting issues or concerns. • Work closely with other departments and business units regarding accounting activities. • Supervise and provide review and approval of a variety of accounting assignments • Position has significant impact to the timely completion and delivery of financial information and reports that in turn has impact on the work of those who compile the overall consolidated corporation financials. Potential financial loss to Corporation and/or its entities may result if work output fails to meet expected deadlines, accuracy, and quality. • Has moderate to significant impact on budget decisions. Impact on day-to-day operations focuses on operating decisions at the major project or functional level. Work may be subject to occasional review. Generally operates with wide latitude for unreviewed action or decision. May participate in planning processes at major project and departmental level. • Work involves internal and external contacts that require satisfactory disposition, substantial adjustment, and/or changes in established standards or procedures. Contact with others requires tact, persuasiveness, minimum deviation from standard routings or the making of incidental adjustments to facilitate delivery of services or work output. Must be able to develop effective relationships with various parties, both within the Controller’s Group (G/L, Revenue, Plant, Tax) as well as other areas of the company (FP&A, operating groups, etc.) to enhance and improve processes. • Work is diversified and somewhat complex in nature. • Work output has considerable impact on the work of other financial functions, reporting and decision making processes. Impact on earnings focuses on appropriate utilization / development of resources and critical disruption of service possibilities. • Supervise assigned staff including development, staffing, performance assessment, work review, etc. Day to day supervisory responsibilities are limited but, depending on size and accounting complexity of assigned entity, may provide lead direction to junior level individuals assigned to specific project or work group. Work leadership is generally administrative in nature and typically involves functional direction to others assigned to assist on an occasional to moderate basis. • Position, at times, may require overtime, weekend work and limited travel. Benefits: For information and details on employment benefits offered with this position, please visit here. Should you have any questions/concerns, please contact our HR Department via our secure website. California Pay Equity: For information and details on pay equity laws in California, please visit the State of California Department of Industrial Relations' website here. Rose International is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender (expression or identity), national origin, arrest and conviction records, disability, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. Positions located in San Francisco and Los Angeles, California will be administered in accordance with their respective Fair Chance Ordinances. If you need assistance in completing this application, or during any phase of the application, interview, hiring, or employment process, whether due to a disability or otherwise, please contact our HR Department. Rose International has an official agreement (ID #132522), effective June 30, 2008, with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Employment Verification Program (E-Verify). (Posting required by OCGA 13/10-91.).
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Posted On: Nov 16, 2023

Updated On: Jan 14, 2024

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