Robert Half International Senior Accountant in BALTIMORE, Maryland
Description SEC reporting opportunity for a senior accountant for a rapidly growing publicly traded business in Baltimore. This is an opportunity to see the entirety of the business and gain exposure to the executive team. There is no better way to find your path, learning the inside of the business and figuring out what most interests you. In two to three years you can have a network that will benefit you for the rest of your career. If you are qualified and interested please email your resume to Jim Meade at Robert Half for confidential consideration. Requirements
BA/BS in Accounting, CPA credentials are preferred
Strong communication and social skills
Comfortable working in a changing and dynamic environment
Self-starter, ability to identify issues and resolve problems
Ability to prioritize work and balance multiple projects and deadlines
2+ years of overall general accounting experience, ideally with Big 4 experience
Experience with financial statement preparation
Public Accounting experience
Earlier experience in public accounting is highly valued
SEC reporting and SOX compliance is a plus
Excellent attention to detail
Robert Half Finance & Accounting matches skilled professionals with remote or on-site jobs in accounting, bookkeeping, finance, audit, taxation and more on a full-time basis. Our experienced staffing professionals can promote you to employers and advocate on your behalf. We provide access to top jobs, competitive compensation and benefits, and free online training. For more opportunities, get the Robert Half app and receive instant notifications when our AI matches your skills and experience with jobs.
When you work with us, you’re working with the best. Robert Half has been recognized as one of FORTUNE’s “Most Admired Companies” every year since 1998 and was No. 1 on Forbes’ annual ranking of America’s Best Professional Recruiting Firms.
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