Junior Accounted Assistance to controller
Konsar Future Nutrition 3.84 reviews - Montréal, QC

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Outstanding skills in Microsoft office and Working experience in MYOB (AccountEDGE) are a Must.

Job Description:

Responsible for all general accounting and cost accounting functions such as (A/P, A/R, G/L, Payroll, and Inventory modules), up to financial statements.

Responsible for the Accounting Department, Bank Accounts, Cash Management, Credit Line and Bank Loans, Leases, Operating Budgets, Trend Analysis Reports and Financial Statements.

Key Job Requirements:

1) General Accounting:
a) Meet key commitment dates and due dates
b) Expedite monthly closing process
c) Maintain G/L supporting working papers
d) Reconcile bank accounts
e) Reconcile subsidiary ledgers to G/L
f) Maintain amortization schedules
g) Apply analytical review procedures when reviewing accuracy of monthly G/L reports
h) Generate trial balance
i) Generate detailed G/L
j) Prepare and maintain financial statements
k) Meet key commitment dates and due dates
i) GST/QST Remittances - Last day of each month
ii) D.A.S. Remittances - 15th of each month (federal & provincial)
iii) Payroll checks - Payable Wednesday weekly
iv) Credit card - Minimum payments by due date
v) Lease payments - Due 1st of each month
vi) Insurance payments - Arrange automatic monthly withdrawals
vii) Insurance renewals - Start research 2 months prior to expiry date
l) Expedite monthly closing process
i) Post all standard & adjusting journal entries by the 5th each month
m) Maintain G/L supporting working papers monthly by the 6th of each month
i) Bank reconciliation of each bank account
ii) Subsidiary ledger (A/R, A/P, Inventory, & Fixed Assets) reconciled to G/L
iii) Amortization schedules (Prepaid Expenses, Fixed Assets, & Long Term Debt)
n) Generate detailed G/L monthly
i) Produce final G/L by the 8th each month
o) Apply analytical review procedures when reviewing accuracy of monthly G/L reports
p) Prepare and maintain financial statements by the 15th of each month

2) Payroll

  • Calculate payroll summary by Monday of each week
  • Generate manual payroll checks by Tuesday of each week
  • Post payroll disbursements by Wednesday of each week
  • Distribute manual payroll checks by Wednesday of each two weeks

3) Accounts Payable (A/P):

  • Negotiate and obtain supplier trade credit
  • Open and process supplier invoices expeditiously
  • Regularly evaluate and take cash discounts where appropriate
  • Honestly and consistently communicate with suppliers in order to establish long-term relationships
  • Regularly monitor the A/P aging, turnover and days outstanding ratios
  • Process debit and credit memo adjustments
  • Create Purchase orders
  • Vendor invoice & credit note processing
  • Generate manual cheques
  • Post cash disbursements
  • Gather invoices.
  • Gather outstanding invoices.
  • Call Co.’s to find out terms of payments & amounts due.
  • Write cheques for outstanding invoices.


  • Communicate bank wiring & funds transfer instructions
  • Communicate with bank manager
  • Arrange foreign currency purchases

Credit Card Commitments

  • Ensure minimum payments are made before due dates
  • Maintain outstanding balances @ lowest possible levels

4) Petty Cash Management:
a) Ensure & maintain petty cash reconciliation
b) Handle petty cash receipts & disbursements

5) Accounts Receivables (A/R):
a) Establish credit policies and procedures
b) Obtain credit information from prospective customers within 1 day of receipt of sales order
c) Obtain corroborating evidence from their bank & 3 supplier references within 2 days of the customer’s credit application
d) Evaluate credit information by obtaining corroborating evidence from bank & supplier references
e) provide the prospective customer with a decision within 4 days of their credit application
f) Collect past due accounts by way of telephone calls, letters and personal visits
g) Process debit and credit notes
h) Monitor the accounts receivable performance through analysis of aging, turnover, bad debts and the allowance of bad debts accounts (aim for a bad debt expense of less than $5,000 per year)
i) International customer Sales orders
j) Canadian Sales orders, invoice & credit note processing
i) Credit Card Processing on the Terminal
ii) Post receipts
iii) Prepare bank deposit

6) Cost Accounting:
a) Responsible for system developments in the cost accounting department
b) Focus on standard cost setting, reporting & variance analysis
c) Generate, coordinate & maintain cost accounting information
d) Work with manufacturing/packaging on inventory reporting
i) Prepare monthly cost accounting reports, including gross margin analysis & variance analysis
e) Develop standard costs for each product manufactured/packaged
f) Generate, coordinate & maintain cost accounting information on a daily basis
g) Prepare & analyze monthly cost accounting reports, including gross margin analysis

7) Inventory:
a) Create new items
b) Create bill of materials
c) Post inventory adjustments & transfers
d) Post quantities built
e) Work closely with the Sales, shipping and receiving departments
f) Process inventory adjustments
g) Plan and perform semi-annual physical inventory counts
h) Control slow moving and obsolete inventory with the sales department on a monthly basis
i) Auto Build

Requirements and working conditions:

Education: Collegial (Diploma) Completed

Years of experience related to the job offer: 5 years of experience.
Language(s) asked for:
French : very good knowledge
English : very good knowledge

Knowledge of fitness/nutrition (nutraceutical) industry.

Salary offered: to be discussed

Job status: permanent, full time.

About this company
3.84 reviews
Established Since 1996 Konsar Future Nutrition, which is located in the West Island of Montreal, Quebec is a designer, manufacturer &...