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Bookkeeper

Job Description

Full Charge Bookkeeper position available in the New Hudson, MI area for our client who is an industry leader in the production of progressive dies, transfer dies and solutions for the stamping industry.

This is a part-time, contract position expected to last up to six months in duration. Up to 30 hours possible per week. The main duties will consist if maintaining and managing the company s ERP system and financial records for the purpose of preparing monthly and year-end financial statements. First shift hours, days and schedule to be determined. Anticipated hourly pay rate range is $18. 00 to $24. 00 an hour, depending on experience.

Specific duties: Perform daily financial system related tasks in support of job cost, order entry and invoicing. This includes journal entries and other transactions associated with normal daily and monthly activities. Maintain the accounting and corporate record retention system. Prepare monthly and yearend closings with supporting schedules to generate financial statements while ensuring the integrity of the information. Prepare and file reports, tax returns and other submissions and payments in a timely and accurate manner. Reconcile bank accounts and other reconciling requirements in a timely manner. Maintain accounting procedures and office functions and keep them current. Support all front office activities and personnel to ensure a smooth cohesive environment. This includes supporting employees, visitors and callers in a manner that presents the company in a positive image. Ensure all front desk activities are up-to-date and completed in a timely manner and front office functions are smoothly running.

If you re interested in this part-time opportunity, please apply today!

Qualifications

-Previous experience in a similar role -Ability to pass pre-employment screenings



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