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Sr. Outsourced Accountant

Department: CAS
Location: Mechanicsburg, PA

Trout CPA, a full-service certified public accounting firm, has an immediate opening for an experienced Sr. Outsourced Accountant in our Client Accounting Services department, This individual will provide accounting related support to Trout CPA clients in the areas of general ledger accounting, account reconciliation, and payroll compliance.

Main responsibilities include but are not limited to:  

  • Perform bookkeeping/accounting duties for a portfolio of small/medium businesses with accuracy under possible tight deadlines (A/P, A/R, bank transactions, payroll entries, month end journals).
  • Prepare management accounts and year end accounts.
  • Act as client liaison and communicate directly with clients as part of bookkeeping and accounts preparation process.
  • Prepare financials and reconciliations. Also prepares client chart of accounts and GL set-up.
  • Build and maintain client relationships focused on excellent customer service.
  • Ensures financial data is entered correctly and accurately.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

Required qualifications & skills include:  

  • Five (5) or more years of bookkeeping/accounting experience 
  • Associates degree in accounting or related field required; Bachelor's degree in accounting is preferred.
  • Expert working knowledge of QuickBooks Online (QBO) and/or Sage Intacct accounting software package;
  • Strong technical skills including the ability to effectively utilize technology and the commitment to learning in a technology environment 
  • Exceptional client service and communication skills with a demonstrated ability to develop and maintain outstanding client relationships  
  • Ability to manage multiple engagements and competing projects in a rapidly growing, fast-paced, interactive team environment

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