Participating as a member of the Finance team, the Assistant Controller’s role is to provide support for key business processes. This includes assisting stakeholders with appropriate financial analysis of projects and activities, developing and analyzing project operational reports to ensure completeness and accuracy of data and review and advise on appropriate levels of internal control on key processes. The incumbent will apply proven communication, analytical, and problem-solving skills to help support the finance department. All work shall be carried out and properly documented in accordance with various regulatory bodies and 3-CI’s policies, guidelines and procedures.
The Assistant Controller may provide a variety of duties and responsibilities. Some of these include:
*Supervises A/R, A/P, P/R personnel and transactions
*Responsible for overseeing accounting procedures, internal controls (implementing, monitoring, enhancing), and database management
*Randomly audits work flow to assure that all accounting transactions are appropriately authorized
*Substantiates and justified expenditures and expense reports
*Supervises or prepares monthly journal entries
*Prepares financial statements
*Supervises or prepares general ledger reconciliations
*Assures internal control compliance
*May train staff on internal control procedures; assists Controller/CEO as needed
*Reviews monthly closing process
*Works on special projects, if requested; assist with yearly audit preparation.
Assistant Controller must also have knowledge of GAAP, IFRS, IRC, FASB, accrual base accounting, organizational auditing, fixed asset accounting, and tax filing requirements. They need to keep abreast of current industry events. They must have strong analytical skills.
Assistant Controller must also a wide knowledge base of different software systems, and have strong computer usage experience.
Assistant Controller will report to the CEO. Applicant requires a Bachelor’s degree in either finance or accounting.