Accounting Analyst
Summary: Develop, interpret, and implement complex financial and accounting concepts, or techniques for financial planning and control, by performing the following duties:

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
(Other duties may be assigned)
  • Conduct special studies to analyze complex financial actions and prepares recommendations for policy, procedure, control, or action.
  • Provide interpretation of financial policies, governmental legislation, accounting theory, or customer financial regulations.
  • Analyze financial information to determine present and future financial performance.
  • Identify trends and recommend improvements accordingly.
  • Evaluate complex profit plans, operating records, and financial statements.
  • Direct preparation of studies, reports, and analyses in areas such as budgets, forecasts, financial plans, governmental requirements, statistical reports, cash flow projections, and business forecasts.
  • Interpret and apply corporate financial policies, government legislation, and accounting theory.
  • Establish databases of pertinent information for use in analyzing future plans and forecasts.
  • Make recommendations to management regarding cost saving or profit generating opportunities and profitability improvement strategies.
  • Coordinate with all levels of management to gather, analyze, summarize, and prepare recommendations regarding financial plans, acquisition activity, new business planning, trended future requirements, government requirements, and operating forecasts.
  • Advise the Pastor of Christian Education in monetary matters.
  • Ensure the monthly reconciliation of accounts receivables and payables.
  • Record cost of newly- acquired fixed assets (tangible), track existing fixed assets, record depreciation, and account for the disposition fixed assets.
  • Record accounting transactions according to generally accepted accounting principles, and ensure that the internal controls minimize the possibility of misappropriation and/or mismanagement of assets.
  • Analyze weekly and monthly budget expenditures and compare with the yearly budget.
  • Provide corrective measures when any financial adversities occur.
  • Assist Director of Accounting in the development of the budget, planning, and other corporate financial requirements.
Education and/or Experience
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance plus five years of accounting or related experience.

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