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August 29, 2014
$95,000 - $105,000 +
near Aiken, SC (see
Financial Controller for two auto parts plants in South Carolina with a total
of 400+ employees and sales of $90 million. The plants are a part of an
international firm with sales in excess of $1.0 billion. This position
reports to the Group Controller for Global Operations at the home office in
the Detroit area and with dotted reporting to the General Manager who is
responsible for the two plants. You will have a total of 5 direct reports. This
position's primary location will be near Aiken, SC.
Requirements: A BS/BA degree
from an accredited institution is required and an MBA is preferred. Must have
3+ years of experience as a Plant Controller and have had at least 3 direct
reports when in that capacity. The experience must include significant cost
accounting. Our client will only consider applicants with records of strong
achievement and who have the talent and desire to be promoted after being in
this position for 2 to 3 years.
Duties: Provide financial
leadership for two multi-shift manufacturing facilities and travel between
both locations weekly. Ensure financial targets are achieved and provide analysis
of risks to targets and necessary corrective actions. Partner with management
team to provide financial guidance on the impact of current and proposed
scenarios. Execute and maintain an accurate standard costing system including
bill of material usage, material costs, labor hours/rates, and overhead
application rates. Evaluate all capital investment requests and provide
post-audit results vs. projections. Manage monthly financial closing
according to established schedule. Provide weekly and monthly operational and
financial reports vs. targets. Prepare monthly forecasts and annual budgets.
Manage payroll and accounts payable. Ensure adequate internal controls are in
place to safeguard assets and ensure accurate financial results are reported.
In addition to the above base salary there is a 10% bonus (which was paid for
client will relocate from all sections of the US. However, applicants will
only be considered if they will relocate in 2 to 3 years for promotional
opportunities in the Detroit area. Send resume to email@example.com.
August 22, 2014
$85,000 - $100,000 +
bonus, full benefits and relocation
Santa Barbara, CA
TOP TIER MANUFACTURING COMPANY seeks a Sr.
Financial Analyst to provide all facets of financial support for group and
operations. Position involves management and oversight of various functions,
1. cost accounting;
2. financial planning;
3. budgeting and forecasting;
4. financial reporting.
Analyst will also be involved in development and initiation of process
improvements and liaising and developing strong relationships with internal business
MUST HAVE: Undergraduate degree in finance or accounting, or MBA with same
concentrations; finance experience, 5+ years within a manufacturing
environment; demonstrated ability to develop strong internal and external
working relationships; experience originating and maintaining financial
models relating to reporting and operations; knowledge of prevailing data
extraction tool or tools;
knowledge of ERP and MRP systems; Background in analyzing cost
drivers within a manufacturing environment. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
August 15, 2014
Manager of Accounting &
Seoul Korea Office
Our American client has a new position
in Seoul, South Korea. They are part of a Fortune 500 American global
food, transport, and energy conglomerate. The Korea office imports about
US$100 million in a wide range of agricultural products, but specializes in
bulk vegetable oil imported into Korea.
This is a new position due to growth in Korea and the need to have someone
manage the local accounting in compliance with USA standards. You will work
independently and report directly to the Finance and Accounting Manager in
America, so they really need someone who speaks English and understands
working for a American firm in Korea and USA
reporting standards, including SEC and Sarbanes Oxley regulations,
etc. They want someone who is not timid or shy and who can “police” the
accounting and contractual realities of working in Korea and food industry
experience is not required. Their outside audit firm is KPMG. They will
relocate the person from anywhere, but the ideal candidate would be
someone who has a US education and CPA who returned to Korea or wants to
The following is the
client’s Job Description:
Report directly to North American Headquarters (NAHQ) for all matters
related to Korea office business, including:
Responsible for timely execution of purchase and sale contracts (timely
signed by client trader and related Customer/Supplier within 48 hours of
agreement) and all related documents, Timely communication and documentation
provided to NAHQ for all contractual commitments on both buy and sell side,
Timely delivery of signed purchase and sale contracts. Timely and transparent
documentation/confirmation from third parties of all matters related to
provisional vs. final product pricing, Timely communication, documentation,
and third party verification for all accounts payable and accounts receivable
matters, including verify customer payment application instructions directly
from related customer, obtain month end confirmation from third parties for
all outstanding accounts receivable and accounts payable balances greater
than $10,000.00 USD, Timely communication and reconciliation of all
inventories related to Korea office business, with particular emphasis on:
Oversight of food oil release program from Company tanks at Shinyang Port, Month end confirmation of all inventories
from third parties, work directly with NAHQ to ensure all financial
transactions and statement of position are reflected accurately and timely in
the Company’s general ledger system and weekly position reports.
specific to Korea office administration, including:
Oversight, reconciliation, and joint approval with NAHQ of all Korea bank
Oversight of Korea office employee expense reporting and function,
Oversight of Korea office employee payroll function,
Ensure Korea office is in compliance with all state and local tax laws and
business statutes and regulations,
Language fluency in both English and Korean required,
Equivalent of four year degree from accredited University in Accounting
Four years experience in general accounting required,
Understanding of U.S. GAAP and/or IFRS concepts required,
Contract administration experience preferred,
Two years controllership experience preferred,
Chartered Accountant (CA), or Certified Public Accountant (CPA)preferred,
Some Public accounting experience preferred,
Send resume to email@example.com.
August 14, 2014
Senior Associate, Corporate Development
To $110K + 20% bonus
Boston (area), MA
This is an exceptional opportunity to work in the Corporate Headquarters of
this global Independent Power Producer to and to contribute to the
identification, development and execution of global growth opportunities. You
will be responsible for assisting the project manager with all phases of the
firm’s business development approach with a specific focus on the economic
evaluation of greenfield and acquisition investment
opportunities in the energy sector.
Reporting to the Director of Development you will interact with a variety of
departments including: Business Support Group (Engineering, Operations and
HSE), Finance (Accounting, Tax, Treasury and Financial Planning and
Analysis), and Legal & Risk Management. Will also interact with
partners, financial institutions, external advisors (legal, technical, etc.)
and potentially local/regional governments and government agencies. There
will be significant Mergers & Acquisitions initiatives for in which you
to play a huge role.
Lead the financial analysis of specific development and acquisition opportunities.Support the identification and development
of greenfield and acquisition investment
opportunities in the energy sector. Make recommendations
regarding specific project opportunities and project advancement.
Participate in the project development/acquisition process by assisting
with day to day management of the opportunity including: the financial
analysis of development and acquisition opportunities, development and
maintenance of project budgets and schedules, evaluating commercial options,
participating in due diligence activities and contract negotiations, preparing
presentation to management and owners, etc. Contribute to the
development of bid proposal preparation and organization.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree with a concentration in a relevant discipline,
MBA or Masters in Finance a plus, but not required.
Financial modeling and analytical skills.
Strong organizational skills.
Excellent oral and written communication.
Team management skills.
Excellent interpersonal skills.
Advanced negotiating skills.
Advanced presentation skills.
Strong quantitative background with 1 – 2 years experience in financial
Prior business experience, with a preference for at least two years
experience working in a multi-national company.
Engineering experience helpful.
Experience/exposure to the Independent Power producing industry, oil, or gas
The ideal candidate will be an intelligent, educated, self-motivated
individual. The individual’s personal style will need to be suited to a
culture which is entrepreneurial, fast paced, value-driven with very high
corporate standards. The individual will need to be very comfortable working
in a lean, matrixed, highly customer focused
organization with strong ethical standards. The individual needs to be highly
motivated and doesn’t need day-to-day guidance and comfortable working cross
culturally. Spanish is not required but it would be useful. Send resume to Kathleen Porter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
August 13, 2014
Tax Senior Manager
California (LA, San
Francisco, or San Diego)
The Transaction Advisory Services Tax Senior Manager is an essential team
member that will work to ensure engagements are executed timely and that
client expectations are met, if not exceeded and support the overall delivery
of the national TAS strategy. Our M&A Tax (TAS) practice services include
deal structuring, due diligence, post-deal integration, tax attribute
management, and opinions and ruling requests.
Serves as a member of multiple client engagement teams, participating in due
diligence and structuring engagements related to transactions that private
equity and strategic corporate entities pursue. Identifies and analyzes tax
risks and opportunities while advising both strategic and private equity
buyers and sellers on alternative tax strategies for acquisition,
disposition, and restructuring of businesses.
Assists in reviewing and analyzing merger agreements and providing opinion
letters. Reviews, assesses and advises
clients regarding the tax computations reflected in their financial models,
and assists clients in the quantitative and qualitative analysis of the tax
data in their financial projections for the transaction.
Manages risk and financial performance of engagements including budgeting,
billing and collection. Works closely
with and manages colleagues from BDO offices around the world. Teams with other professionals to identify
new marketplace opportunities and grow the BDO TAS practice. Builds and manages client
relationships. Develops and mentors
subordinates in order to support career satisfaction and progression. Supervises staff on all projects and
Requirements: Bachelor's degree, J.D., LL.M. in
Taxation, and/or Master's in Taxation (MST) from an accredited
college/university required. Seven (7)
or more years of relevant experience, with no less than one (1) year of TAS
specific experience preferred. CPA
License and/or J.D. preferred.
Experience managing multiple client engagements an
client service teams. Excellent verbal
and written communication skills.
Ability to articulate complex information when providing crucial
negotiation insights, etc. Strong
self-motivation with the ability to work in a dynamic, time-sensitive
environment with varying deliverables and changing requirements
. Must be technically competent
across multiple US federal, international and state income tax
disciplines. Fundamental working
knowledge of all or essentially all non-income based federal, state and
foreign tax regimes, including but not limited to indirect, payroll, property
and ad valorem taxes. Understanding of US GAAP, including the accounting for
income tax principles. Experience with
tax controversy and procedure. Ability
and willingness to travel, when necessary. Send resume to email@example.com.
August 12, 2014
$90,000 - $100,000
Multibillion industrial equipment distributor and one of the largest in the
world, seeks to hire an Accounting Manager for their Davidson, NC location.
Ideally looking for local area candidates.
SPECIFIC JOB DUTIES:
1. oversee m/e close and preparation of consolidated financial statements;
2. Review bank recs;
3. Oversee the finance end of due diligence with new integrations;
4. Manage internal and external audit;
5. Review SOX documentation on quarterly basis;
6. Update and document accounting policies and procedures;
7. Implement new accounting software and act as general ledger lead on these
1. Degree in accounting;
2. Eight+ years accounting experience;
3. At least four years managerial experience;
4. Excellent knowledge of internal/external reporting and GAAP;
5. Ability to travel up to 15% of time.
DESIRED: CPA a plus.
Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
August 12, 2014
Senior Internal Auditor
$50,000 - $65,000 +
Overland Park, KS (Leawood) or Buena Park, CA)
The Company has been nationally ranked by
both Fortune magazine and Forbes. We currently have an opening in Leawood, KS for an Internal Auditor reporting to the
Internal Audit Manager. This position would require 30%-40% travel throughout
Europe, the Americas, and Asia Pacific. Assist in the identification,
documentation and evaluation of the company's financial and operational
internal controls. Assist with development and execution of audit scope and
testing plans, as well as global risk assessments. Perform and document
various audit projects (Sarbanes Oxley Financial, other Financial-related,
Compliance, and Operational) at subsidiary locations. Work would include
interviews/walkthroughs, audit testing, and
documentation of results/deficiencies. Work with internal and external
auditors on the Sarbanes Oxley review. Work directly with Audit Director and
Audit Manager/Seniors to report results of audit reviews and testing. Assist
in the preparation of board quality audit reports to Audit Committee and
members of senior management. Job Requirements: Experience in public or
internal audit with emphasis on Financial audit and SEC reporting. Big 4
experience a plus.
Bachelor's degree in accounting. CPA and/or MBA are preferred. Excellent
analytical, quantitative and problem solving skills. Excellent communication
skills; written, oral and presentation. Outstanding organizational skills,
demonstrated interpersonal skills Self-motivated and ability to work/travel
independently Ability to interact and build relationships with internal and
external stakeholders. Comfort working in an international work environment.
Send resume to email@example.com.
August 7, 2014
$85,000 - $200,000
Chicago, IL Indianapolis, IN, Kansas City, KS,
Minneapolis, MN, St. Louis, MO, Cincinnati, OH, Cleveland, OH, New York City, NY, Los
Angeles, CA, San Francisco, CA, Dallas, TX.
Advisory Consulting (Internal Audit & Financial Advisory), International
Consulting Firm, up to $200K. Client
is looking for Senior Consultants to Directors out of the BIG 4, large 2nd
tier CPA firms and large consulting firms, travel up to 50%,
client has 20+ offices around the country.
Will look at H1B candidates that have at least 3 years left on the
visa, will also look at TN & E3 visas
Recognition: Named a "Top 100
Employer" by Diversity Employers (2012), Named one of the 10 "Best
Places to Work for Recent Grads" by Experience, Inc. (2012), Named a Top 100 Ideal Employer for IT
undergraduates by Universum (2011). Recognized by Consulting Magazine as one of
the top five "Best Firms to Work For" in Financial Advisory
Services (2011, 2012). Named one of
"Chicago's 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For" by the
National Association for Business Resources (2008, 2010, 2011 &
2012). Named a "Best Place to
Work in Minneapolis" by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal
(2011). Named a Top Workplace in the
Houston Chronicle's annual "Top Workplaces" feature (2011, 2012)
Entrepreneurial Spirit: Client is a driven organization, enabling
rapid growth of their people. Opportunities exist to be involved in company
initiatives, marketing/selling and client projects earlier than what you may
get at similar levels in other companies.
Client employees have the opportunity to contribute to the success of
the leading provider of completely independent internal audit and business
and technology risk consulting services.
Client employees can help shape the culture of the company as we
continue to grow and expand our services.
Deep expertise: Client provides the opportunity to develop
deep experience in business or technology risk products. We provide customized
training programs and allow our people to become 'experts'.
Implementation: Opportunities to
"roll up your sleeves" and assist in implementing process or
technology oriented solutions as opposed to only recommending them. Due to
our independence, our consultants can help be part of the solution and
Benefits - full medical, dental
and vision insurance; 401K matching; tuition, certification and training
material reimbursement; 20 days of vacation + 9 paid Holidays within first 1
Incentive Compensation Plan
Our Incentive Compensation Plan was designed with unlimited upside reward
potential in both cash and stock ownership, and it has proven to reward
consistent with this objective.
Consultant (after 6 months of service) - 4% of base salary
Senior - 10% of base salary
Manager - 12% of base salary
Senior Manager - 14% of base salary
Associate Director - 16% of base salary
Director - 20% of base salary
Specific Needs Now:
Chicago - Process audit and IT Audit, Experienced Consultant through
Minneapolis - IT Audit Seniors
Kansas City - . Process audit and IT Audit, Experienced Consultant through
St. Louis - IT Audit Experienced
Consultant through Manager and Process audit Seniors
Dallas - Process audit and IT Audit,
Experienced Consultant through Seniors
Houston - IT Audit Seniors
Indianapolis - Process Manager (urgent
need), Process audit and IT Audit
Cincinnati - Process audit and IT
Cleveland - Process audit and IT Audit
NYC - Process audit and IT Audit
LA - Process audit and IT Audit Seniors
San Francisco - Process audit and IT
Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
and describe location preference(s).
August 6, 2014
Corporate International Tax Manager
manufacturing/distribution industry leader of consumer products offers an
International Corporate Tax Manager position with strong growth in a very
popular Florida location.
This industry leader defines the term "Blue Chip" organization.
This company puts a high value on quality of life, skill & career growth
and has an opportunity for vertical career tracks along with tremendous
benefit and retirement programs. Paid relocation assistance is provided. They
are also well known nationally for having an extremely desirable work
environment, work-life balance, and company culture as measured by Fortune
magazine and internal surveys.
You will create and implement international tax planning strategies; conduct
research and review international tax consequences of restructurings and
other tax planning transactions. Will perform tax planning for and provide
support to international manufacturing and marketing entities.
Responsibilities: Develop efficient
foreign cash repatriation planning, utilization of foreign tax credits, and
efficient use of various tax attributes. Research U.S. and foreign tax laws and
regulations related to international tax planning strategies and other
transactions. Research and analyze
U.S. tax consequences of international restructurings. Provide technical tax support on
transactions and activities involving international marketing and
manufacturing entities. Review and create strategies to minimize taxes paid
in foreign jurisdictions. Assist regional tax leaders with tax programs
designed to achieve regional and worldwide tax efficiencies. Review and
analyze current and accumulated earnings pools of all controlled foreign
entities in order to maximize U.S. and worldwide benefits derived from each
company's tax situation. Partner with Treasury, Financial Reporting and
Accounting personnel on tax planning transactions, including coordination of
responsibilities to effect the transactions. Discuss with Internal Audit any tax-related
transactions which need review at local country level. Develop tax efficient
cash repatriation planning, utilization of foreign tax credits and net
operating losses in a tax efficient manner. Assist with international portion
of worldwide tax provision, including analyzing effect of various tax
planning transactions. Assist in international tax portion of federal income
tax return. Assist in international tax portion of U.S. audits, as well as
all foreign tax audits.
Requirements: Bachelor's Degree
in Accounting; Master of Science Degree in Taxation or equivalent graduate
degree preferred. CPA or equivalent strongly desired and 4+ years of related
international tax planning experience with a Big 4
or other major public accounting firm or multinational corporation; excellent
knowledge of Subpart F, Foreign Tax Credit and US restructuring rules; and
strong US GAAP tax accounting skills. Must be a self-starter with refined
research and analytical skills, strong communication and interpersonal skills,
including ability to work with senior management and demonstrated expertise
with MicroSoft Office. Send resume to email@example.com.
August 1, 2014
Financial Analyst/ Accountant
$80,000 - $100,000
Long Island, NY
for the analytical review of Global P&Ls and Balance Sheets to help
driving business results through P&L variance analyses, trend analyses,
working capital analyses, etc. - Compiles monthly/quarterly Executive
Business Review materials, supporting analyses, and quarterly conference call
schedules. - Coordinate collection of management information from both North
American entities and International businesses. Support planning &
budgeting process. Support M&A financial due diligence for late-stage
project and post-closing. - Liaise with International markets, Corporate
Accounting, and Internal Audit to ensure timely and proper financial
reporting/ controls as needed.
Prepare and maintain monthly reports and other ad hoc requests as needed.
ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES & ACCOUNTABILITY:
for the analytical review of monthly/quarterly International and Global P&Ls and BS: · Prepare
monthly/quarterly Actual P&L variances vs. plan and trend analyses ·
Perform BS reviews to ensure proper reporting to minimize financial risks,
improve Net Working Capital · Prepare ad-hoc analyses to support business
decision-making process · Support to monitor CapEx
spending/planning · Support forecasting and budgeting process. Compiles
monthly/quarterly BoD and Executive Business Review
(EBR) meeting materials and quarterly disclosures: Prepare and gather materials to support the
monthly/quarterly BoD and EBR meetings including
preparing the supporting schedules, presentations, etc. · Liaise with Corp
functions and markets in quarter-end close process to ensure timely and
accurate preparation of financial data supporting schedules and financial
footnotes for quarterly disclosures -Liaise with International markets,
Corporate Accounting, and Internal Audit to ensure timely and proper
financial reporting/controls, SOX and quarterly financial controls testing.
-Work with International Finance colleagues to help support HFM
implementation process. Participate in corporate initiatives to help
improving operational effectiveness and optimize various reports/analyses
-Work closely with Business Development to provide financial due-diligence
support in late-stage projects and post-closing financial activities to help
on boarding new businesses. -Prepare and maintain monthly reports and other
ad hoc requests as needed. -Participates in special projects and performs
other duties as required.
Experience: Minimum 5 years experience in accounting/finance. CPA preferred
but not required. . Experience with HFM or Essbase
a plus. Experience with foreign currency / international companies a plus. Must
have undergraduate or graduate degree in accounting, finance. WILL CONSIDER
ACCOUNTANT with strong analytical skills who is
looking to move into financial analysis. Cannot be manager level. Send resume
August 1, 2014
– Tax Department
$75,000 - $85,000 +
New York, NY
of the largest Financial institutions in the world based in Midtown, NY is seeking a Tax
Specialist to work in the Tax Department. This person will be involved in all
areas of federal and multi-state tax compliance functions. Reconcile
book-to-tax adjustments Perform tax provision compilations (FAS 109/ASC 740)
Prepare federal and multi-state tax returns using software Maintain all tax
related accounts Actively involved in federal and state audits Assist in
preparing responses to federal and state audit inquiries (i.e. IDR) Collect
and analyze data for both tax compliance and audit purposes Perform federal
and state tax research Other Ad Hoc duties Qualifications: Approximately 4 to
6 years' relevant experience in public accounting or a financial institution,
specializing in banking and/or financial service industry tax matters Strong
current tax/deferred tax concept knowledge.
Knowledge of tax lease transactions a plus, but not required. Detail
oriented, result oriented, ability to use tax return preparation software
(knowledge of RIA-OneSource a plus), good research skills, proficient in
Microsoft Excel and Word Overtime is necessary. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 30, 2014
Senior (Principal) Financial Analyst
$85,000 – $100,000 +
Santa Barbara, CA
Top tier medical
device company located near Santa Barbara California seeks to hire a Senior
(Principal) Financial Analyst. Position reports to Director and is individual
Principal Financial Analyst is primarily responsible for providing financial
support for the manufacturing and operations side of this organization. This
role is responsible for proactively managing key financial processes including
cost accounting, planning, forecasting, and reporting. Contributes to
defining the direction for processes, standards, and operational plans based
on business strategy. Frequently interacts with internal contacts at various
organizational levels concerning ongoing operations or changes relating to
processes or programs. Leads briefings with internal business partners and
senior Leadership team.
Business partner for Operations leaders (e.g. Plant Manager, Value Stream
Managers, Cost Center Manager on site at plant. Creates relationship driven
partnership and keeps manager informed. Interacts with key leaders, up to and
including ST VPs.
2. . Provides analysis to support
decisions with critical business impact. (e.g.
financial modeling and forecasting to include make vs. buy decisions.)
Prepares, researches, and analyzes monthly management reports and
communication on Operations Results. Makes adjustments as required.
4. Performs month end, quarter-end and year-end close activities for site,
evaluates standard to actual cost center variances and creates journal
entries as needed.
Supports Operations organization by providing site or area specific financial
information. For example - reporting of labor and overhead variance, volume
variance, purchase price variance, material usage, scrap, obsolescence, and
inventory control. May be responsible to ensure the on-going accuracy of Bill
Of Materials (BOM), routers and product costs.
Develops standard costs annually and on newly released products.
Supports business unit in the development of annual operating planning (AOP),
forecasts and strategic plan.
8. Performs all activities within GAAP, FASB guidelines, and financial policies
and procedures and complies with the site specific Quality System.
· BS./B.A. in Finance or Accounting; MBA degree
preferred · 5+ years relevant manufacturing finance experience required ·
Experience in manufacturing, medical devices and /or subsidiary finance
organization. Experience developing and maintaining financial models to
simplify finance reporting and operational analysis. Experience in
familiarity with accounting rules and procedures, financial analysis and
modeling and management accounting. Excellent oral and written communication
skills, including accuracy in record keeping and correspondence to include
ability to present financial information with clarity to various audiences.
Advanced Excel skills and experienced user of Business Objects or other tools
to extract data. Detailed
understanding of MRP/ERP systems, inventory flow and all facets of
accounting/finance required. Strong understanding of cost drivers in manufacturing,
supply chain and/or sourcing organizations. SAP & ManManSystem
experience preferred. Send resume to email@example.com
June 16, 2014
$75,000 - $85,000
Accounting Manager - Treasury, $25B+ SEC clothing company, Portland, OR, up
to $85K plus 15% bonus and small relo, may stretch
a bit on comp (targeting 5-7 years of experience) must have CPA
As Client's Global Treasury Accounting Manager, you will be a key member of
Client's Corporate Controlling team. In this role your primary responsibilities
will include overseeing the day-to-day accounting and internal controls
compliance for Global Treasury activity and reporting. In performing your
responsibilities you will build a collaborative working relationship with the
Global Treasury team, research accounting treatment for new Global Treasury
initiatives, and become the expert in Fair Value and Investment accounting
and disclosures. In addition you will partner with Client's local accounting
teams around the world to drive consistency in procedures around Treasury
accounting. You will manage a Senior Accountant, participating in activities
such as work planning, resource optimization, employee goal setting,
coaching, and performance monitoring.
Job Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, or related
field. 5 years' experience with a Big
4 Public Accounting firm. CPA is required.
Ability to identify research and resolve accounting issues.
Treasury Accounting and/or Fair Value experience preferred. Experience with
international transactions in a large, multinational consumer products
company is highly desirable. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 20, 2014
International Corporate Tax Manager
Global manufacturing/distribution industry leader of
consumer products offers an International Corporate Tax Manager position with
strong growth in a very popular Florida location…go
here for more details!
May 16, 2014
Financial Officer (CFO)
$225,000 - $240,000
Medical device manufacturer with corporate offices located near Birmingham
Alabama, and approximately 400 employees seeks a Chief Financial Officer to provide
leadership on all financial matters and interface and partner with CEO and
COO. Position will provide financial leadership, manage global accounting, ensure FASB and GAAP requirements are met, manage FP &
A, provide strategic leadership, design systems to ensure SOX compliance,
manage investment banking relationships, deal with investors and other ad hoc
REQUIREMENTS AS FOLLOWS:
*Finance experience from a public company
*CPA AND MBA
*At least 10 + years experience in finance and accounting, including audit
* Finance experience within a manufacturing environment.
*Ability to travel internationally
*Experience in the medical technology field
* Experience with a global company.
* Some previous CFO experience
Position will have three to four direct reports and report to the company
Send resume to email@example.com.
May 5, 2014
Manager US Accounting and Reporting Group
To USD $170,000
Our client a Big 4 audit firm is seeking an Assistant Manager US Accounting
and Reporting Group for its offices in Switzerland. As an Assistant Manager in the US
Accounting & Reporting Group (USARG), you will be involved in and lead
various projects involving US GAAP and US GAAS including:
Duties and Responsibilities
· integrated audits of Swiss subsidiaries of US SEC registrants
· audits of spin-offs, disposals and acquired businesses in connection with
various business combinations
· other transaction based projects that require US GAAP and SEC reporting expertise
(comfort letters, agreed-upon procedures and reviews of registration
· financial statement conversions to US GAAP
· accounting advisory and SOX advisory services to non-audit clients
coaching Swiss based audit teams on technical US accounting, auditing and
· internal and external US GAAP and US GAAS training
· strong knowledge of US GAAP, US GAAS/PCAOB and SEC
requirements and US audit methodology
· minimum 3 years integrated (SOX and US GAAP/PCAOB) audit experience
· U.S. CPA license
· Experience in a similar position in the Big4 environment
· Proficiency in researching accounting and auditing issues on intranet
research sites and strong project management skills
· Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English, German is a
· Able to deliver high quality services under tight deadlines
· Highly motivated team player, curious, with a positive attitude.
Recruiting worldwide including USA for relocation to
Switzerland. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updated July 30,
$75,000 - $100,000
Overland Park, KS
Job responsibilities: Obtaining and developing
calculations and documentation necessary to prepare and support ASC 740 tax
provisions. Candidate will obtain source documents from within the company
and utilize past tax experience and analytical skills to prepare book to tax
adjustments. Preparing journal entries, in both USD and foreign local
currencies, as part of the consolidated world-wide ASC 740 tax provision on a
legal entity basis and ensure proper presentation in financial systems.
Preparing tax provision to tax return reconciliation and related adjusting
journal entries. Analyzing non-U.S. general ledger accounts related to tax
and preparing roll-forwards of deferred tax accounts. Providing guidance to
non-U.S. finance personnel regarding U.S. GAAP treatment of tax related
issues. Assisting in continuous improvement efforts related to the efficiency
and effectiveness of the non-U.S. tax accounting functions. Managing various
projects with outsourced service providers related to non-U.S. tax compliance
and advisory services as necessary. Required and Desired Qualifications:
Required: A minimum of 6 years tax experience in public accounting or a
multinational corporate environment, at least 3 of these years working in
International Taxation to be successful in this role. Required: Knowledge of
U.S. GAAP and ASC 740 tax accounting. Required: Strong technical and
analytical skills. Required: Strong Microsoft Excel and Access skills.
Desired: CPA Desired: Proficiency with Corptax
Provision software. Send resume to email@example.com.
Updated July 30,
In-Charge Auditors for Latin America
Costa Rica, Mexico, Venezuela, Colombia, São Paulo, Brazil and Ft
To USD $85K + full medical/dental benefits, 401K, etc.
Blue-Chip US Fortune 500 $25B global technology and
business leader has numerous auditing positions available in the USA and
Latin American. Proven ability to take
a person's career to the next level due to their global leadership and career
options and paths - provide real long-term career growth combined with a
serious focus on personal enjoyment and satisfaction.
Perform financial audits and SOX 404 control reviews as
part of an audit team to ensure Division financial statements and controls
are in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles in the United
States of America and Company corporate policies and procedures. . Perform
audits using a risk-based, process-focused approach that encompasses business
strategy analysis. . Perform audit testing on the high risk audit areas,
supervise and develop less experienced staff. . Typical career path consists
of 2-3 years in Internal Audit resulting in a financial or accounting
position at Corporate or one of our 50+ Divisions. For USA jobs you must be
legally authorized to work in the US (will consider candidates with H1B visas
or on a TN permit).
Requires Bachelor's degree in Accounting and a minimum of 1-2 years
experience in a Big 4 or other major public accounting firm environment with
significant exposure to risk-based integrated audits. . MUST have strong
English skills. . MUST be willing to travel 80% of the time within Latin
America. . Base salary range is open. . MUST have audit, not consulting
experience. . MUST have external integrated audit experience. Fluency in Spanish and/or Portuguese highly
desired. Fluency in English required (CA/CPA highly desired) Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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