Job Category: Accounts and Finance
Schedule: Full Time
Remote Work: No
Job Summary: As a Certified Management Accountant (CMA), your role will involve managing and maintaining accurate inventory records for multiple clients. Your primary responsibility will be to oversee inventory accounting, including inventory valuation, reconciliation, and analysis. You will work closely with cross-functional teams to ensure the accuracy of inventory-related financial information and support decision-making processes.
Reports to: Chief Financial Officer
Skills and qualifications
o Strong problem-solving and decision-making abilities.
o Effective communication skills, both written and verbal.
o Ability to work independently and as part of a team, managing multiple priorities and deadlines.
o Attention to detail and excellent analytical skills.
o Strong knowledge of accounting principles, inventory valuation methods, and relevant regulations.
Education and Experience:
o Qualified Chartered Accountant CA/ICWA is required.
o Previous experience in inventory accounting, preferably in a BPO or shared services environment.
o Proficiency in accounting software and Microsoft Excel.
o Experience with ERP systems, is an advantage.
o Maintain accurate and up-to-date inventory records for multiple clients.
o Perform periodic inventory reconciliations and investigations to identify discrepancies and resolve issues promptly.
o Ensure compliance with accounting principles, client-specific requirements, and relevant regulations.
o Monitor inventory levels, including tracking stock movements, adjustments, and variances.
o Perform periodic inventory valuation, including cost analysis and assessment of obsolescence and impairment.
Financial Reporting and Analysis:
o Prepare and analyze inventory-related financial reports for internal and external stakeholders.
o Support the month-end, quarter-end, and year-end closing processes, ensuring accurate and timely financial reporting.
o Collaborate with the accounting team to prepare inventory-related journal entries and adjustments.
o Conduct variance analysis and provide insights on inventory-related financial performance.
Process Improvement and Controls:
o Identify opportunities for process improvement in inventory accounting and reporting.
o Develop and implement control procedures to enhance the accuracy and efficiency of inventory-related processes.
o Collaborate with internal and external auditors during inventory-related audits and reviews.
o Ensure compliance with internal controls, company policies, and client-specific requirements.
Client Management and Communication:
o Act as a key point of contact for clients regarding inventory-related matters.
o Respond to client inquiries, provide necessary reports, and address any concerns promptly and professionally.
o Collaborate with cross-functional teams, including operations and procurement, to ensure accurate inventory data and resolve any discrepancies or issues.
Continuous Learning and Development:
o Stay updated on industry trends, accounting standards, and best practices related to inventory accounting.
o Seek opportunities for professional development and enhancement of technical knowledge.
o Share insights and knowledge with the team, fostering a culture of continuous learning.
Job Category: Location: Nagpur
Schedule: Full Time
Remote Work: No
Accounting Leads are responsible for maintaining the client’s financials. The Accounting Lead position usually involves a solid understanding of general business, impeccable record-keeping and attention to detail with well-balanced and dynamic social interaction skills. They will not only assist in the day-to-day accounting activities, but they also will be responsible for coordinating and maintaining all open projects and tasks with the accounting associates and client managers.
Reports to: Accounts Manager
Skills and qualifications:
o Solid written and verbal communication
o Ability to communicate intricate concepts with ease
o Keen attention to detail, ensuring accuracy in financial records, reports, and analysis.
o Excellent organizational and time management skills, with the ability to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
o Excellent leadership and people management abilities, with a focus on team development, motivation, and collaboration.
o Flexibility to adapt to changing priorities, client requirements, and business needs.
Education and Experience:
o A bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or a related field.
o Prior exposure to US accounting standards is a plus.
o Exposure to accounting software and ERP systems like Quick Books is preferred.
o Experience with financial reporting tools and advanced MS Excel skills are preferred.
o Preparation of Client invoices and research.
o Month end close and reporting.
o Analyze fluctuations and variances.
o Monthly Reconciliations.
o Cash receipts recognition.
o Coordinate and assign tasks to co-workers within a work unit and/or project.
o Assist the Accounts Manager in Budgeting.
o To maintain proper accounting records and information.
o Determine proper accounting practices when needed.
o Handling client complaints, concerns or issues.
o Communicating goals and issues to accounting associates.
o Maintaining vendor and client relationships.
o Setting up and maintaining balance sheet schedule.
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