SENIOR ACCOUNTANT sought by FOSSA, Inc. in San Francisco, CA.

JOB DUTIES: Reporting directly to the Head of Finance, be involved in the company’s financial reporting practices and its financial audits. Analyze and report financial information to management. Perform all functions required for month end close including the calculation and entry of journal entries, the reconciliation of accounts and the creation of schedules. Responsible for payroll and monthly reporting to investors and internal teams. Implement processes to strengthen internal controls. Develop a collections policy and manage all customer receivables tracking and collection. Oversee and manage annual audit. Work with tax accountants to make all federal, state and local tax filings. Research and advise the company on best tax strategy for future international business presence. Assist in the preparation of consolidated internal financial statements by gathering and analyzing information from general ledger system and from departments. Research evolving financial reporting standards. Update internal controls and reporting processes to ensure compliance with generally accepted accounting practices and financial reporting standards. Use finance/accounting software to prepare financial statements and internal reports. Identify and establish new financial controls, reports, and measurement systems to provide better accountability throughout the company. Research, track and resolve any accounting problems. Protect organization's value by keeping information confidential. Accomplish accounting and organization mission by completing related results as needed.

JOB REQUIREMENTS: Requires a Master’s degree in Accounting, Finance or related field, plus two (2) years of accounting or related public accounting experience including evaluating accounting issues, proposing and implementing solutions; process improvement; and working with a Big Four accounting firm.

Alternatively, will accept a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or related field, plus five (5) years of accounting or related public accounting experience including evaluating accounting issues, proposing and implementing solutions; process improvement; and working with a Big Four accounting firm.

*Specific skills: Also requires experience or knowledge in the following: 1) Accounting, auditing and reporting and financial analysis; 2) Knowledge of US Federal and State Tax rules; 3) Knowledge of US GAAP; 4) Knowledge of technical writing; 5) Knowledge of multi- currency and consolidation accounting; and 6) Working with Microsoft Excel including Macro building, basic VBA, Word, and PowerPoint

*Any level of knowledge, experience and/or coursework in the specific skills is acceptable. Must have an active CPA license (will consider an out of state CPA license).

Send resume to: Diana Van Nutt / Re: SA, FOSSA, Inc., 114 Sansome St., Suite 210, San Francisco, CA 94104.

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