Accounting analysts, often referred to simply as accountants, perform a wide array of administrative tasks that allow businesses to keep track of expenses and forecast future performance. Their primary duties involve preparing and examining financial reports, with an eye on accuracy and compliance. These reports include income statements, balance sheets, cash flow statements and capital statements. Depending on their level of education and years of experience, accounting analysts may also be asked for recommendations to help reduce costs, enhance revenue streams and increase profit margins. The Accounting Analyst prepares and maintains financial records, statements, and reports for assigned companies; analyzes and interprets accounting records; researches complex accounting issues and errors providing solutions; prepares various internal management and external regulatory reports as assigned; works on special projects, overseeing and acting as liaison with other functions on assigned projects.
Accounting Business Analyst (10032)
- Work collaboratively with other accounting officers within organization
- Utilize math skills to analyze key financial data
- Prepare financial reports on a determined schedule
- Present financial reports and estimates to decision makers within the organization
- Utilize technical skills to create charts and graphs for visual understanding
- Research current economic and financial outlook
- Provide solutions to accounting issues as they arise
- Investigate and provide feedback on accounting irregularities
- Prepare the monthly financial statements for a select number of properties in our growing portfolio
- Conduct variance analyses to provide thoughtful insights to the Asset Management team
- Execute monthly financial close process by taking ownership of tasks including preparation of manual journal entries, pre-paid schedules, billing/invoicing, fee calculations, and account reconciliations
- Manage financial technology to ensure financial operations and systems seamlessly integrate
Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, business or related fields preferred.
- Increment would be at least a minimum of 15% every six months.
- Relocation charges will be provided to you during your project
- Medicinal, Dental and Vision benefits following 60 days of business.
- Medical coverage qualified following 60 days of business.
- Present moment and long-haul handicap following 60 days of work.
- 401k retirement benefits plan qualified following half a year of work.
Only for international candidates on OPT/CPT:
- Employer’s Confirmation Letter/CPT Letter/Offer Letter will be provided, which you need to submit to your university within 90 days of the start of your OPT.
- OPT Extension Letter will be provided to those candidates who are qualified for STEM extension.
- H1B Sponsorship will be provided to OPT and CPT candidates only once they join our client’s project.
- Pre-job Training with Experienced Trainers.
- Assignments & Case Studies provided during training.
- Mock sessions before interviews
- Multiple interview rounds with different clients.
- Visa Sponsorship
- Training completing certificates