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Sr. Accounts Receivable Accountant

SUMMARY

 

Under the direction of the Assistant Controller and/or Sr. Accounting Manager, the senior AR accountant participates in various aspects of the accounting department. Majorly is in charge of carrying out the responsibilities of performing month end reconciliation on related GL, weekly reconciliation & analysis on merchant accounts; preparing daily journal entries and reconciliation on incoming payments; monthly recurring entries including FA module. Be able to supervise invoicing and credit check, and support the AR team’s related tasks.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

 

  • Assure timely collection of monies due to corporation.
  • Assure timely and accurate invoicing
  • Determine accounting codes of transactions including FA and CIP.
  • Prepare journal entries.
  • Review bank deposit records.
  • Review monthly reconciliations such as monthly sales summary, merchant accounts, fixed asset master list, A/R lists, etc.
  • Assists in ad hoc projects.
  • Resolve accounting discrepancies and irregularities.
  • Manage AR Associates
  • Assure timely filing and monitoring chargeback dispute to Amazon and/or major retail account via their invoicing portals.
  • Manage cash application making sure all cash receipts are applied properly.
  • Conduct credit checks on all customers, establish and manage limits.
  • Make recommendations to improve quality of invoicing and collection procedures
  • Assist senior accounting manager/assistant controller to ensure proper and timely month-end closing.
  • Prepare and maintain schedules for prepaid and accrual transactions related to FA and AR.
  • Reconcile general ledger accounts on a monthly basis especially in merchant accounts reconciliation.
  • Perform merchant account reconciliation (weekly and monthly)

INTERACTION WITH OTHERS

The employee must be able to follow company policies; receive directions from others; work effectively with co-workers in a constructive and positive manner; listen to and objectively consider ideas and suggestions for improvement; keep others informed of work progress, deadlines, or other pertinent issues; address problems constructively to find acceptable solutions; keep commitments; and always respect the diversity of the company’s workforce in actions, words and deeds.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, the employee must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

EXPERIENCE

  • At least 5 years’ experience in Accounting including collection experience and Merchant account reconciliation and analysis
  • Experience as supervisor role in accounting
  • Experience using SAP is preferred.

 

EDUCATION

Bachelor Degree in Accounting

 

OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITY:

  • Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office products with strong Excel background.
  • Attention to detail and accuracy
  • Familiar with prepaid and accrued accounting concepts.

 

 

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