Company Description:

Traeger Grills, headquartered in Salt Lake City, has been revolutionizing BBQ grilling and outdoor cooking for 30 years. We obsess over providing world-class experiences to not only our customers, but also to our retail partners and vendors. Recently voted as a 2016 & 2017 Best Company to Work For, and a Top 25 Fastest Growing Company by Utah Business Magazine, we’re looking for individuals who are committed to winning. We pride ourselves on maintaining a culture based around teamwork, quality, innovation and constant growth and development. We cook together, and we win together!

 

Job Description:

The GL Accountant is a key member of the team and will be reporting to the Assistant Controller.  The ideal candidate has a positive attitude, the ability to quickly learn and understand, and is willing to take ownership of the daily and monthly processes that they will be managing.

 

How You'll Help Us Win:

  • Weekly reconciliation of cash including foreign denominations
  • Prepare journal entries and maintain accuracy of various accounts including cash, payroll entries, fixed assets, and prepaids.
  • Monthly reconciliation for assigned accounts.
  • Constant communication with other departments as questions arise or clarification is needed for various GL accounts.
  • Support annual audits

The GL Accountant’s scope of responsibility may pivot due to the needs of the department at any time.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or equivalent experience
  • Desire to learn and adapt as the company continues to grow and change
  • Strong analytical, problem-solving skills, and the capacity to work both independently and collaboratively with the team and across functions in a fast-paced environment.

 

 Perks:

  • Generous 401(k) plan
  • Full medical/dental/vision package to fit your needs
  • Employee Discounts on all Traeger Products!
  • Open-PTO Policy
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Individual professional development programs and initiatives that help you grow and develop professionally
  • A positive and supportive team to work with
  • Company provided meals throughout the week, Utah Gold Ski passes, Discounted Gym Memberships, Discounted Public Transit passes, Company Sponsored Community Service Opportunities, and much more!

 

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