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Director of Technical Accounting
$160,000 - $160,000
Apr 19, 2017
$8B Retail Company—Bridgewater, NJ—Salary Commensurate with Experience
Company provides a competitive and comprehensive benefits program.
Company provides a positive work environment and health and wellness programs.
Company provides additional perks, including discounts on clothing brands, associate referral bonus programs, and educational assistance programs.
Note from Hiring Manager
Seeking Senior Manager (8+ years’) out of the advisory practice at a BIG 4 or combination of corporate experience and BIG 4 experience.
Prefer someone with National Office experience.
Strong technical accounting background.
Seeking Director to manage a staff of four to execute select accounting and reporting responsibilities. This position will also be involved with special projects, including accounting for complex transactions that arise.
Minimum Education & Experience
Four-year degree in Accounting/Finance and CPA required with 8+ years’ experience in public accounting and/or corporate reporting.
Strong technical accounting knowledge, yet practical in applying accounting processes.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills to interact effectively across corporate departments.
Proactive and self-motivated, able to work independently and multi-task effectively.
Strong decision making skills and acute attention to details.
Adaptability, resourcefulness, and creativity.
Duties & Responsibilities
Oversee company’s global derivative financial instrument accounting, including appropriate documentation for effective hedge treatment, preparing financial reporting disclosures, and maintaining support for auditors.
Account for and disclose company’s debt/debt-related accounts on balance sheet and income statement.
Oversee company’s debt covenant reporting, including company’s compliance with key ratios.
Facilitate quarterly meetings with Treasury and Legal departments to review debt covenant calculations.
Oversee company’s incentive compensation accounting, including bonus accounting and equity compensation accounting.
Responsible for certain areas of 10-Q/10-K filings (e.g., liquidity, debt, stock-based compensation, earnings per share) and for reviewing the company’s annual proxy statement.
Oversee special projects, including accounting for complex transactions.
Ensure adequate internal controls for areas of responsibilities and confirm SOX narratives are kept up to date.