Location: St. Louis, MO
Local candidates only please
A well-respected and dynamic company, in St. Louis, is searching for an Assistant Controller/Controller to come on board and assist them with the accounting and project management that they need to continue growing. This position is open due to internal promotion and will allow the right candidate to make an immediate impact on the organization and facilitate growth not only for the business, but also, for their career.
For this opportunity, a candidate will need to be degreed in accounting/finance or similar field, 6+ years of progressive experience to a similar role, GAAP, accounting/finance, project management, strong systems, staff supervision and enjoy working in a “hands-on” role with a variety of professionals in a dynamic environment.
- Day to day accounting and finance activities
- Process improvement initiatives
- Assist VP of Finance as needed
- Financial reporting
- Month end close process
- Staff supervision and development
- Degree in accounting/finance or similar field
- 6+ years of progressive experience to a similar role
- CPA and public accounting experience highly preferred
- Strong day to day accounting to include month end, audits and financial reporting
- Staff/Team supervision experience
- Strong systems experience including advanced Excel
- Excellent communication skills and enjoy interacting with a variety of professionals
- Good team leader
This will be a major career move that will provide you the opportunity to be a major player in the process and reap the rewards from that. If you have been looking for "that opportunity", this may be it. This is a solid company that’s looking for the same in a professional. Make sure you respond to this ad.
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