Job Location:
Norfolk, VA

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Job Description


About the Role

To provide general ledger and financial analysis accounting support to the company and customers through journal processing, data verification, account reconciliation, and issue resolution. Complete monthly variance analysis, forecasts and budgets for operating results.  The function of this position is to provide customer support to business managers and accounting staff of related departments. 

You will report to the Financial Accounting Manager assigned to the Financial Services Center in Norfolk, Virginia.You will be in a hybrid position where you will work out of our Norfolk, VA office 3 days per week.


  • Be a main accounting contact for select departments within our technology group.

  • Review selected company-wide general ledger accounts and research unexpected or unusual results.

  • Provide analysis of the composition and validity of account balances.

  • Perform month-end close journal entries and review general ledger activity according to our financial calendar.

  • Respond to questions from departments regarding general accounting and ERP system matters, investigate and resolve GL inconsistencies, and assist with certain ad hoc or customized analytics.

  • Apply proper accounting treatment to new financial transactions and record applicable journal entries to the general ledger.

  • Prepare budgets and periodic forecasts for assigned expense departments of the technology group.  Analyze actual results to determine drivers for variances from department budget/forecast.  

  • Ensure accounting procedures are documented; maintain internal controls.

  • Convert complex data into meaningful information so applicable plans can be developed.

Basic Qualifications:

  • 3+ years of general accounting concepts and procedures.

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience with Workday or Adaptive.

  • 1+ years experience with forecasting and budgeting process.

  • CPA.

The annual base range for this role is between $70,000.00 and $85,000.00.


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