Here at Clickstop, we Expect Greatness in ourselves and strive to Inspire it in Others.  We are so passionate about performing our best and helping others achieve that goal, that we have made it one of our Core Values.  Are YOU someone that always pushes to do their best work and thrives when others are as well?  If the answer is a resounding YES, then we may  have just the opportunity for you!  We are looking for a part-time Accounting and Finance Associate who is driven to make big things happen and do it exceptionally well.  Clickstop is a well-oiled machine leading the charge in our industries and looking to conquer even more!

As you might have guessed, this role sits within our Finance Team – who, more often than not, win our Halloween costume contest – a highly competitive, annual tradition at Clickstop!

THE FOCUS OF THE ROLE IS

  • Accounts payable/receivable duties
  • Assisting with month-end reconciliations,
  • Collaborating with various teams and vendors
  • Performing various financial and process improvement projects
  • Variety of tasks that involve critical thinking and problem solving

The outcomes you’ll be expected to achieve – Knocking out daily tasks and living out our Values & Code through self-awareness, integrity and the ability to openly discuss and relay information with stellar follow-up and execution; owning your engagement and development; a demonstrated commitment to learning our processes and coming up to speed quickly, processing transactions timely, efficiently and accurately; integrating as a highly productive and supportive team member positioned to achieve great success.

You’ll know you are making an impact when - Your team members are leaning on you as a highly responsible and reliable expert; you are continuously looking to learn new tasks, questions existing methods with the intention of improving and stream-lining our current processes; high quality, error free work in your daily tasks becomes the norm; when both you and your leader are looking for the next big challenge you can tackle; you feel full connected to a highly engaged and impactful team.

Who you’ll be working with – It goes without saying, you will be working very closely with the Finance department.  But, here at Clickstop, we have a high-functioning team environment. Interaction with our Sales and Purchasing teams will also be the norm and you will have visitors that simply want to say hello and see how your day is going!

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