SEC Reporting Specialist

VISION:   Global Manufacturer has 25+ SBUs on 5 continents; several billion ($) in annual sales with 50+ operating locations.  This is a best practices, world class setting with a strong history of promoting from within. Interaction with all cross functional teams: C-Level executives, global SBU's, IR, Controllership, tax, and audit. Top performer promoted! Seeking Big 4 trained or Fortune 1000 talent ideal!   OPPORTUNITY: Right hand person to Manager, Financial Accounting & Reporting and Corporate Controller's team and handle a broad mix of accounting and reporting activities and projects with exposure to: Internal and external (SEC) reporting Financial Reporting controls Sarbanes-Oxley compliance' Corporate Accounting US GAAP technical accounting research and implementation   Be responsible for assisting with: Month end financial close, internal controls, policy, accounting, internal management reports, SEC reporting, and SOX compliance GAAP accounting technical matters   Preparation of timely and accurate financial statements and disclosures Requirements of internal and external customers GAAP and SEC requirements including 10-Q and 10-K filings Sarbanes-Oxley compliance activities (design and testing) Blackline for P&L account reconciliation and balance sheet review, ensure compliance to policy Ad-hoc report leadership team requests regarding business performance metrics   REQUIREMENTS: BS Accounting/Finance. CPA or in process preferred. Solid GAAP accounting knowledge. 3+ years of National CPA firm and/or corporate/divisional accounting experience that includes broad knowledge of financial and SEC reporting in a global publicly traded manufacturing, distribution or B2B company. Hyperion HFM, Blackline, ERP solution (SAP, JD Edwards, Oracle, or Business Warehouse) a plus. Must have strong Excel skills (pivot tables/v-look ups) and PowerPoint.   REWARD: $80,000 - 95,000 (DOE) plus bonus up to 10% and excellent benefits offered. 
Salary Range: $88K - $104K
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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