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Senior Accountant

Overview

WCCT, Inc. is a leading provider of clinical research study development and management services. We are a mid-market Clinical Research Organization company focusing on designing and managing FDA approved trials for Phase I, II and III clinical trials.

We are looking for a person with very strong accounting knowledge and extensive experience with QuickBooks. This person will work with all functions within the organization.

This is a full-time, salaried position, with a full benefit package, located in the Costa Mesa, CA area with infrequent travel.

Job brief

  • We are looking for an experienced Senior accountant to oversee general and cost accounting operations by controlling, verifying and analyzing our financial transactions.
  • Senior accountant responsibilities include reconciling account balances and bank statements, maintaining general ledger and preparing month-end close procedures. A successful Senior accountant combines excellent analytical skills with a thorough knowledge of accounting principles to analyze financial reports and forecasts. The ideal candidate also has experience collaborating and/or managing a team of accountants and junior accountants.
  • Senior accountant duties also include ensuring accuracy and effectiveness in all of our accounting tasks.

Responsibilities

  • Verify, allocate, post and reconcile accounts payable and receivable
  • Produce error-free accounting reports and present their results
  • Analyze financial information and summarize financial status
  • Spot errors and suggest ways to improve efficiency and spending
  • Review and recommend modifications to accounting systems and procedures
  • Manage accounting assistants and clerical staff
  • Participate in financial standards setting and in forecast process
  • Prepare financial statements and produce budget according to schedule
  • Assist with tax audits and tax returns
  • Direct internal and external audits to ensure compliance
  • Support month-end and year-end close process
  • Develop and document business processes and accounting policies to maintain and strengthen internal controls
  • Ensure compliance with GAAP principles
  • Responsibilities will also include
  • Perform reporting customizations using Crystal Reports and SSRS
  • Perform screen customizations using ERP customization tools
  • The primary requirements for the position of Senior Accountant are
  • A bachelor’s degree in accounting. An MBA or equivalent experience is an advantage
  • Current domain knowledge on Microsoft technical platform
  • Experience in data manipulation and report writing
  • Experience with software installations on Windows platforms

Contact:

Rick.kubic@wcct.com

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