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Senior Accountant

at Early Growth Financial Services in San Jose, CA   —   Apr 21, 2014   |  
Overview
Early Growth Financial Services ( http://earlygrowthfinancialservices.com/ ) provides finance and administrative support to early stage companies within the
technology industry. We are interested in adding additional members to our team. The position would
initially require up to 35-40 hours a week. The team member would work
remotely for part of their time and at different client sites for part of the time. Our clients are primarily
located between San Francisco and San Jose.
Responsibilities
Administer payroll.
Responsible for accounts payable transactions.
Monthly bank reconciliations and treasury management.
Monthly close package including accrued expenses, prepaid expenses, depreciation schedules
and fixed asset roll-forwards.
Monthly financial statements and management reports as needed.
Work with employee benefit broker to administer employee benefits.
Maintain the chart of accounts.
Manage the general ledger and post all journal entries.
Support outside auditors, tax preparers and valuation teams.
Experience
Five to ten years of accounting / bookkeeping experience.
Skills
STRONG preference for tech and start-up experience
Strong understanding of GAAP and accrual accounting.
Proficient in Quickbooks and Quickbooks online. Experience with Great Plains, Soloman and
ther ERP systems a plus.
Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point.
Experience working with ADP or Paychex or other payroll system.
Experience interacting with senior level management.
Compensation
$40/hour
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