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Cost Accountant

Ref #: 103
Location: Sacramento
Salary: 75,000 - 85,000
Type: Direct Hire
The Cost Accountant reports to the Finance Manager. Cost Accountant will be responsible for period close processing in your assigned functional areas and maintaining general Balance Sheet accuracy and oversight.

RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES

Cost Accounting

• Produce monthly plant production reports

• Prepare analysis of inventory valuations and variances

• Analysis of cost components of manufacturing operations

• Maintenance of cost accounting processes and cost measurement standards

• Extensive interaction and communications with plant operations

• Perform period-end cost accounting adjustments and reconciliations

Fixed Assets

• Responsible for all fixed asset accounting, including tracking and reconciling all capex projects, recording asset additions, disposals and transfers, coordinating physical inventories and preparing monthly reports.

• Process all period-end closing journal entries related to your assigned areas of responsibility

• Prepare period-end reconciliations and supporting analysis schedules and work papers for several balance sheet accounts.:

• Cash and Investment Accounts

• Bank and Investment Accounts

• Prepaids, Receivables and Other Assets

• Debt, Lines of Credit, and Notes Payable

• Payables and Other Liabilities

• Equity

• Others as assigned monthly or quarterly

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

• Bachelor's degree in Accounting.

• Three years general ledger accounting experience is required

SKILLS/ABILITIES

• Strong technical accounting background.

• Strong Excel and database skills, Access experience preferred

• Strong analytical and problem-solving skills

• Strong organizational skills

• Team player and have ability to work independently

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including ability to interact effectively with all levels throughout Company organization
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