187158-Financial Analyst-CT

Company Name:
ACT Consulting
My name is Smitesh Nair from ACT CONSULTING. I want to share a wonderful contract opportunity with one of my direct client in Berlin, CT. Please go thru the job specification given below and if this matches with your skills and experience than please reply with a copy of your resume and call me at 347-468-8367 to discuss further.

Pay: $25/hr
Duration: 6+ months (renewable)
Job requirement: The individual will be responsible for supporting various accounting and finance initiatives ensuring changes to underlying accounting policies, procedures, systems, processes and work flow are effectively implemented and meet all established Accounting standards and goals/objectives. Responsibilities will include the support the design and implementation of assigned Accounting projects including identification and tracking of specific project plans or tasks, documentation of changes, timelines of project milestones and the resolution of issues which may arise during or after project implementation; Provide troubleshooting skills to effectively resolve problems; Analyze and support the integration of changes in accounting processes, workflow, procedures and chart of account elements. A Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Business Administration, or related field and a minimum of three years related experience are required. Knowledge and experience with financial management procedures and techniques; and project management skills is required. The candidate should have strong analytical skills including the ability to draw sound conclusions and act decisively; resourcefulness to anticipate, define and help to implement solutions. Ability to think and act strategically in a fast-paced environment with frequently shifting and/or conflicting priorities required, extensive experience and knowledge with Microsoft Office including the ability to perform pivot tables and V-look ups, and excellent oral and written communication skills.

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