Job of the Day: Lots of International Accounting Experience Wanted

Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for hire me2.jpgSpecifically any of the following: UK, German, or Japanese GAAP. Plus if you’re on top of this IFRS thing, that’d be swell too. If you’ve got experience with all these then we’ll assume you’re a shoe-in.
Unless, of course, you have the personality of a park bench, in which case we’d say your chances are 50-50.
Check the details for a Senior Accountant position at Interactive Data in Boston after the jump.


Company: Interactive Data
Title: Senior Accountant
Location: Boston
Minimum experience: 5 years
Responsibilities: Prepare worldwide consolidated financial reporting for Interactive Data Corporation utilizing Oracle Financial Software; Responsible for specific Oracle and financial schedule requirements for both the monthly and quarterly close cycles; Performs quarterly review of financial records and ledgers of all US and non-US divisions, including divisions in Europe and Asia Pacific, to ensure accuracy, reporting consistency and US GAAP compliance as directed by Accounting Manager; Assist Corporate Controller in preparation of quarter SEC 10Q filing and annual SEC 10K filing. Works with other members of senior management to prepare final document; Assist Accounting Manager with regular training to all divisions on new developments in US GAAP and IFRS. Keep abreast of all new FASB and IASB issuances and make entire Finance community aware of such changes.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting; CPA or equivalent non-US license is required; At least 5-8 years related experience.
Skills: International experience is a plus; Sound knowledge of US GAAP and IFRS knowledge is preferable; Knowledge of UK and/or German and/or Japanese GAAP is a plus; Willingness to travel; Travel expected to be about 15%-20% of time annually.
See the entire description over at the GC Career Center and visit the main page for all your job search needs.

Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for hire me2.jpgSpecifically any of the following: UK, German, or Japanese GAAP. Plus if you’re on top of this IFRS thing, that’d be swell too. If you’ve got experience with all these then we’ll assume you’re a shoe-in.
Unless, of course, you have the personality of a park bench, in which case we’d say your chances are 50-50.
Check the details for a Senior Accountant position at Interactive Data in Boston after the jump.


Company: Interactive Data
Title: Senior Accountant
Location: Boston
Minimum experience: 5 years
Responsibilities: Prepare worldwide consolidated financial reporting for Interactive Data Corporation utilizing Oracle Financial Software; Responsible for specific Oracle and financial schedule requirements for both the monthly and quarterly close cycles; Performs quarterly review of financial records and ledgers of all US and non-US divisions, including divisions in Europe and Asia Pacific, to ensure accuracy, reporting consistency and US GAAP compliance as directed by Accounting Manager; Assist Corporate Controller in preparation of quarter SEC 10Q filing and annual SEC 10K filing. Works with other members of senior management to prepare final document; Assist Accounting Manager with regular training to all divisions on new developments in US GAAP and IFRS. Keep abreast of all new FASB and IASB issuances and make entire Finance community aware of such changes.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting; CPA or equivalent non-US license is required; At least 5-8 years related experience.
Skills: International experience is a plus; Sound knowledge of US GAAP and IFRS knowledge is preferable; Knowledge of UK and/or German and/or Japanese GAAP is a plus; Willingness to travel; Travel expected to be about 15%-20% of time annually.
See the entire description over at the GC Career Center and visit the main page for all your job search needs.

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