Treasury Analyst
Case-Mate - Tucker, GA

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Case-mate was founded in 2006 with a very simple goal in mind- to make protective, stylish, and affordable cases for the gadgets we use every day. Since then, the focus of our company has shifted to being the premier provider of electronic accessories.

We have managed to create and maintain an open, creative, work environment where everyone has the ability to voice opinions and affect company strategies. Our growth is a direct result in fiercely standing behind the quality of our products, a relentless sales team, and dedicated, passionate employees.

We are looking for someone who can thrive in a fast paced, entrepreneurial environment that understands the needs of a versatile company.

The Treasury Analyst responsibilities include:
Reconcile all e-commerce accounts daily

Complete and distribute daily liquidity report

Complete and distribute 13 week cash forecast weekly

Complete monthly borrowing base certificate

Weekly cash-in and cash-out report

Establish new bank accounts when needed

Optimize exchange rate usage

Manage movement of overseas cash

Manage the setup of all new e-commerce accounts

Manage relationship with merchant processors

Adhoc Financial Reporting

Adhoc Accounting Support

Qualifications:
BS Finance or MBA Degree

3-5 years of relevant experience

Excellent computer skills including Microsoft Excel Office Products

Strong analytical skills and attention to detail

Self-motivated, excellent follow through skills and ability to manage multiple priorities

Check out what life is like @ Case-Mate http://bit.ly/LifeatCaseMate

Currently we are not accepting 3rd party resumes on this position. Unsolicited resumes/candidates will become the property of Case-Mate without fees due to vendors.

Case-Mate, Inc is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Case-Mate began with one simple premise: we can design a better case. The idea started as lunch break chatter that soon led us across the...