Divisional Accountant

Are you looking for a fun, challenging and exciting place to work? Are you a motivated and driven self-starter, that wants to be part of a high performing team? Robert Half is currently working on an exciting opportunity with a progressive and forward-thinking Edmonton-based organization that is looking to add a Divisional Accountant to their finance group. Reporting to the Controller, you will be responsible for full-cycle job cost accounting, timely and accurate financial reporting, and monitoring of divisional performance. As the Divisional Accountant you will be coordinating and processing intercompany transactions, project cost allocations and accruals, work-in-progress and holdbacks; Developing processes to ensure accurate and timely reporting of financial information; Developing and maintaining strong internal relationships; Setting up projects and budgets within the accounting system; Performing monthly, quarterly, and annual reviews of projects, accounts receivables, accounts payables, and actual to budget variances; Preparing and reviewing journal entries, working papers and reporting packages on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis; Assisting in the development of budgets and ad hoc requests. If this sounds like the perfect role for you, then apply today!

Our client is looking for a Divisional Accountant, that holds, or will soon possess, a professional accounting designation. In addition, this person will be a motivated and driven individual that possess the ability to work in a fast-paced and high-performing team environment. They will also have an entrepreneurial spirit, are able to think outside of the box, and are looking to contribute to the organization’s success through strategic and business improvements and recommendations. The Divisional Accountant will possess strong communication, organizational and analytical and problem-solving skills, with a knack for attention to detail, and the ability to work as part of a team. Experience in a public accounting firm will be considered an asset. If you’re a newly designated, or soon-to-be designated, professional accountant, this is the perfect opportunity for the next step in your career.