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Staff Accountant 195051

Company Name:
ACT Consulting
Act Consulting is a U.S. owned and operated staffing company providing our clients with candidates on a national basis for contract, contract to hire, and direct hire engagements. Our clients are comprised mostly of Fortune 1000 companies, primarily in the areas of Information Technology, Engineering, Professional, Accounting and Finance.
Title: Staff Accountant 195051
Duration: 6 month contract with possibility of extension
Location: On-site in Berlin, CT 06037
W-2 Rate: $40/hr. W-2
Corp to Corp: No C2C or Third Parties
Work Status: US citizens and those authorized to work in the US are encouraged to apply. We are unable to sponsor H1b candidates at this time.

To apply: Please send a MS Word document of your resume to sgraves@act-info.com
If you do not feel this is a good match for your background or you are not currently interested in this opportunity, please feel free to pass this along to anyone who you think may be interested. Thank you for your time.

All Qualified Candidates must be willing to work W-2 and submit to/pass a drug test and an employment verification and criminal background check, per our client's human resources policy

Individual will perform assignments related to accounting for Corporate Accounting. Assignments will include FERC and other statutory reporting, preparing complex journal entries, and other related requests.

Requirements:
Bachelor's in Accounting required.
Manager is looking for Staff Accountant
1-2 years experience.

Worksite Location: Eversource-Berlin, CT. 6 month contract to start.

Contact:
Sue Graves
Act Consulting
Office/Mobile: (303) 459-4111
Fax: (303) 747-6247
sgraves@act-info.com

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