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Accounting Specialist Job in Amelia, OH

Job Description:
Accounting Specialist Job in Amelia, OH Ā My client in the Amelia area is looking to add a long-term contract position to their team.
This position would be an Accounting specialist role for a candidate with over 3 years of general accounting experience.
The ideal candidate will have advanced excel skills along with a strong Accounts Payable background, experience with Journal Entries, Bank Reconciliations, and G/L account reconciliations.
A degree is not required if you possess the appropriate amount of experience, however, an Associateās degree or Bachelorās Degree in Accounting, Finance ort Business would be preferred.
Ā This is a 6-month contract assignment that could go longer.
The pay will range between $18/hr.
and $22/hr.
depending on education and experience.
Ā Primary Job Functions: ā¢ 50% of the position will be Accounts Payable: Responsible for Vendor set up and vendor maintenance as well as invoice processing.
This is a high volume, fast paced environment.
ā¢ 30% will be Journal entries and posting cash to the ledger.
ā¢ 20% of the time will be doing bank reconciliations Ā Qualifications: ā¢ Associateās or Bachelorās Degree in Accounting or Finance OR appropriate experience handling the functions listed above ā¢ MUST have advanced Excel skills (VLOOKUPās and Pivot Tables) ā¢ Strong attention to detail and ability to handle large workloads.
ā¢ MUST have strong communication skills.
This position will require communicating with Vendors and other internal departments.
ā¢ Solid grasp of Accounting processes and procedures necessary Ā If you are qualified and interested in this position, please apply directly at www.
accountingprincipals.
com.


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