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Accounting Clerk

Wellington, OH 44090

Posted: 04/20/2024 Industry: Clerical Job Number: 1097731

Job Description

1st shift- Full time- Experience needed- 19.00-23.00 per hr


Accounting clerks have multiple responsibilities within accounting departments. On any given day, professionals in this supporting role oversee and organize financial transactions, communicate with accounting and budgeting staff, and prepare financial reports.


The following list includes a few tasks most accounting clerks perform.


Organize and Process Financial Transactions: Financial transaction organization and processing is central to the success of any accounting department.


Accounting clerks take on a significant portion of this process by keying data, sorting documents, and processing digital and cash transactions.


Prepare Month-End Reports: Accounting clerks reconcile transaction, budget, and expense reports for monthly reporting. Individuals skilled in data analysis may also analyze these reports to present information to accountants or other financial professionals within the organization.


Maintain Financial Filing Systems:

Financial organization through well-maintained financial filing systems is a primary responsibility for accounting clerks. They routinely oversee and update these systems as necessary to streamline companies' financial processes.


Manage Accounts Payable: Accounting clerks track their organizations' loans, credit balances, and other accounts payable information with detailed balance sheets. They must also pay and file invoices and track the status of each account.


Assist with Clerical and Administrative Tasks: When not performing job-specific tasks, accounting clerks may assist with office-related duties. These tasks include answering phones, organizing mail, and ordering office supplies.

Quickbooks, Word and Excel experience

Meet Your Recruiter

Kim Koslovic, CSP
Branch Manager

I am an experienced staffing professional with 23 years of expertise in the staffing/recruiting field, and I proudly hold the Certified Staffing Professional certification. My extensive career has provided me with in-depth knowledge and a deep understanding of the staffing industry's complexities and evolution.

Over the past two decades, I've honed my skills in talent acquisition strategies, candidate assessment, and effective employer-client relationship management. My certification as a Certified Staffing Specialist and one-on-one connections reflect my commitment to upholding industry standards and staying up-to-date with the latest best practices in employment.

Through my extensive experience, I've successfully connected employers with highly qualified candidates, facilitating seamless placements and ensuring a smooth hiring process. My expertise allows me to navigate the ever-changing recruitment landscape, offering full cycle recruitment and valuable guidance to both job seekers and client companies alike.

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