Job Openings » Accounting Manager
Bellevue, WAby Seattle Search Group
Accounting And Finance
The Accounting Manager is an individual contributor role within the Controller’s group in one of our operational accounting teams that focus on Revenue, Device Supply Chain, Fixed Assets and Leases, or Corporate Accounting. This role is responsible for overseeing and participating in the accounting close process, driving process improvements, and supporting various business initiatives as an accounting expert. This position collaborates with business partners across the enterprise, such as FP&A, Marketing, Procurement, HR, Legal, Business Operations, Technology, as well as Accounting Policy and External Reporting.
The ideal candidate will have a strong foundation in operational and/or technical accounting (e.g., ASC 606 Revenue Recognition, ASC 842 Leases, etc.), possess excellent critical thinking skills, and have a record of successfully implementing process improvements and adapting to changing business needs.
WHAT YOU’LL DO IN YOUR ROLE
Participate in the monthly financial close process, including preparation and/or review of journal entries, balance sheet reconciliations, and variance analysis.
Understand business drivers and their effect on financial results to ensure business changes are accurately reflected in the financial statements and explained in variance analysis.
Utilize accounting, system, and business knowledge to act as an SME for area of responsibility.
Plan and design effective accounting processes, identify and document gaps in current processes, recommend innovative solutions, and implement best practices.
Support the SOX control program.
Support quarterly and annual financial audits performed by internal and external auditors.
Effectively partner with cross-functional teams to support business initiatives.
Responsible for other projects as assigned.
THE EXPERIENCE YOU’LL BRING
Minimum 5+ years of progressive experience in accounting or finance.
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or related field.
Public accounting or public company experience.
CPA or Chartered Accountant.