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Plant Accountant (Henderson, North Carolina, US)

This position will provide general and cost accounting duties and perform assignments as the controller may direct. Provide assistance in closing accounting records at month end including trial balance and account reconciliation. Audit and control plant accounting process in line with appropriate accounting guidelines and policies. Process hourly payroll which includes modifying and changing Kronos information. Must understand and apply contract language and practices. Must reconcile payroll files with any modifications made. Prepare and issue all weekly Labor reports that are used to control and report labor performance. Work with plant management to resolve variances and assist them with control of labor. Confirm authorization to pay all non-PO invoices code and submit for payment approval. Provide backup for Production Reporting Raw Material and Paper receipts and Outside Warehouse Reconciliations. Assist with Finished Goods inventory reconciliation process to include adjustment entries reconciliation and audits. Comply with Environmental and Food Safety standards as set forth in plant policies/programs within Department responsibilities. Ideal candidate will possess an undergraduate degree in finance accounting business or related discipline with a minimum of 3 years accounting experience. Professional certification is a plus. Must be able to handle multiple tasks in a team-based environment. Must have excellent interpersonal and communication skills to interact effectively with management and outside customers. Must have exceptional problem solving analytical and technical skills with good team dynamics and possess strong planning and organizational skills. Must have proficient computer skills and have knowledge and understanding of Microsoft Applications. SAP experience in compiling information and creating reports is a plus.


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