Treasury Analyst/Accountant (Central Michigan)

Treasury Analyst/Accountant (Central Michigan)

Are you and experienced accounting professional with expertise around cash and treasury analysis?

Would you value the chance to work for a company that values hard work and dedication?

If so, we would like to speak with you!

For this opportunity, our client, a leading outdoor products company, is seeking a Treasury Analyst/Accountant for their corporate headquarters in Flushing, MI.

The Treasury Analyst/Accountant will report to the Corporate Controller and will be responsible for a variety of basic accounting functions, including reviewing and reconciling bank statements, preparing weekly and monthly bank borrowing reports, preparing journal entries and reconciliations for monthly general ledger close, and performing various ad hoc reporting requests.

Would you like to:
Partner with the Controller to ensure all accounting and reporting functions are accomplished on time, improved processes are put in place, and contribute to moving a mid-market company to the next level?
Continue to hone your expertise around accounting and treasury with guidance and mentoring from senior accounting leadership, offering a chance to build career growth opportunities?

Your Background will look like this:
Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance
Previous experience with cash, treasury reporting responsibilities
Previous experience with account reconciliations, generally accepted accounting principles
At least intermediate level computer skills, especially in Excel (Advanced skills preferred)
Solid communication skills in working with cross-departmental staff and leaders
Passion for accuracy in daily work and other projects
Ability to meet communicated schedules and deadlines
Proven capabilities around adherence to policies, procedures and accounting principles
Strong capability of working together with others as part of a team

Preferred Qualifications:
MBA or CPA certification is a plus
Experience with retail channel accounting preferred

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