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We know that finding the right person for your accounting needs can be a challenge, that's why we're here to help you every step of the way. Our partnership with Robert Half Talent Solutions provides you with professionals who are not only qualified but also understand the importance of remote work and collaboration. Experience the benefits of working with a team that's dedicated to your success.​ 


Accounting Manager

Typically, accounting managers are required to have a minimum of five years of experience, along with strong communication, technology, and analytical skills. Familiarity with enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems is also highly advantageous.

While companies generally expect candidates to possess a bachelor's degree in accounting or finance, those with advanced credentials such as a master's degree in business administration (MBA) or certified public accountant (CPA) are preferred.

Typical duties of an accounting manager

  • Preparing and/or reviewing appropriate ledger entries and reconciliations

  • Maintaining the general ledger system

  • Preparing monthly, quarterly and annual financial statements; assisting with regulatory reporting as applicable

  • Researching accounting issues for compliance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP)

  • Coordinating the budget process

  • Hiring, training and supervising accounting staff


Controllers are expected to demonstrate strong communication, technology, analytical, and management skills. Candidates should possess comprehensive knowledge of all aspects of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). In addition, knowledge of U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulations and the provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act is essential for candidates applying to public companies.


Typically, this role requires a minimum of seven years of relevant experience and a bachelor's degree in accounting or finance. Many organizations have a preference for candidates with a master's degree in business administration (MBA) or professional accreditation such as certified public accountant (CPA), certified management accountant (CMA), or chartered global management accountant (CGMA). Previous experience in public accounting is highly valued.

Typical duties of a controller

  • Planning, directing and coordinating all accounting operational functions

  • Managing the accumulation and consolidation of all financial data necessary for an accurate accounting of consolidated business results

  • Coordinating and preparing internal and external financial statements

  • Coordinating activities of external auditors

  • Providing management with information vital to the decision-making process

  • Managing the budget process

  • Assessing current accounting operations, offering recommendations for improvement and implementing new processes

  • Evaluating accounting and internal control systems

  • Evaluating the effectiveness of accounting software and supporting database, as needed

  • Developing and monitoring business performance metrics

  • Overseeing regulatory reporting, frequently including tax planning and compliance

  • Hiring, training and retaining skilled accounting staff

Financial Analyst 

Effective communication skills are a must for financial analysts as they regularly interact with executive management, project team leaders, sales managers, and financial professionals within the organization. They are highly visible and play a crucial role in conveying financial insights. A comprehensive understanding of general accounting procedures, reporting, expense analysis, and journal posting is essential in this role.


A bachelor's degree in business, accounting, or finance is a requirement, while a master's degree in business administration (MBA) is preferred. Possessing a professional certification like a certified public accountant (CPA) is considered an advantage.


Proficiency in various computer skills is crucial, with a particular emphasis on Microsoft Excel and expertise in other financial software applications.

Typical duties of a financial analyst

  • Preparing profit and loss models, balance sheets and other management reports, using Microsoft Excel to forecast financial outcomes

  • Maintaining confidential financial information

  • Performing budgeting variance and forecasting analysis for various levels of management

Internal Auditor

For this role, candidates should possess robust analytical, organizational, and communication skills, alongside proficiency in utilizing Microsoft Office applications.


A strong foundation in accounting, finance, and internal control areas is essential, along with a comprehensive understanding of internal auditing standards, generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), Sarbanes-Oxley regulations, The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) framework, and risk assessment practices.

An undergraduate degree, typically in accounting or finance, is a mandatory requirement. Additionally, professional certifications such as certified internal auditor (CIA) or certified public accountant (CPA) are necessary qualifications for many positions.

Typical duties of an internal auditor

  • Performing individual internal audit projects

  • Performing internal audit procedures and preparing internal audit reports

  • Applying knowledge of internal control concepts and experience with planning, performing, managing and reporting on the evaluation of various business processes, areas and functions

  • Performing follow-up on the status of outstanding internal audit issues

Senior Accountant

Senior accountants are expected to demonstrate strong communication, technology, organizational, and analytical skills. When hiring senior accountants, companies typically seek candidates with a minimum of three years of experience and a bachelor's degree in accounting or finance. Possessing professional accreditations such as certified public accountant (CPA) or certified management accountant (CMA) is also highly desirable.

Typical duties of a senior accountant

  • Reconciling sub-ledger to general ledger account balances

  • Preparing financial statements

  • Assessing internal controls, including risk assessments and reviews of risk areas

  • Performing monthly balance sheet, income statement and changes in financial position/budget variance analyses

  • Assisting in the design and preparation of budgets for review by management

  • Maintaining and reconciling fixed assets schedules

  • Supervising accounting staff

Staff Accountant

Staff accountants are required to have excellent time management and analytical skills, meticulous attention to detail, and effective communication abilities. Candidates must hold a bachelor's degree in accounting or finance. Proficiency in technology is crucial, with a strong emphasis on expertise in Microsoft Excel.

Typical duties of a staff accountant

  • Reviewing general ledger accounts and preparing and adjusting journal entries

  • Performing account analysis and reconciliation, including bank statements and intercompany general ledger accounts

  • Maintaining general ledger charts of accounts

  • Assisting with initial internal control evaluations

  • Posting monthly, quarterly and yearly accruals


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