ACCT I - G/L - FT
Southeastern Freight Lines - South Carolina

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Accountant I

Responsibilities:

· Process all fixed asset additions and retirements using the Infor FMS Masterpiece Fixed Asset System

· Conduct timely and accurate closing of the fixed asset system and preparation of reconciliation work papers

· Assist with the monthly general ledger closing process by creating, keying and posting journal entries

· Prepare quarterly depreciation budgets and assist with developing depreciation projections for future years

· Prepare monthly balance sheet account reconciliations

· Prepare monthly bank account reconciliations

· Researching and responding to inquiries from internal users Experience and

Qualifications:

· Minimum of a four-year degree in Accounting or Finance (with a concentration in Accounting) OR a 2 year degree in Accounting and a minimum of 3 years relevant work experience

· Proficient use of Microsoft Office , specifically Excel and Access

· Ability to apply the principles of the Quality Improvement Process to work towards gradual and constant improvement in the quality of duties performed

· Ability to learn and be technically proficient with several different types of software packages and programs

· Good oral and written communication skills

· Strong organizational and planning skills

· Ability to work independently toward the completion of preset goals that are established through both the QAP and individual quarterly planning

· Ability to apply good human relations skills when interacting with clerical and management personnel

· Ability to respond to the needs of the department’s user community with a service-oriented attitude

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Less-than-truckload (LTL) carrier Southeastern Freight Lines hauls freight throughout the southern US with a fleet of about 2,000 tractors...