Technical Accounting Manager

Houston, Texas • $120,000-$150,000

About the Company:

Our client is a leading energy solutions company hiring a Technical Accounting Manager for their Houston office. This individual will assist in the evaluation of complex transactions, including communicating and documenting all accounting and financial reporting functions. The role will also play a key role in the implementation of new accounting standards and the documentation of accounting policies.

Responsibilities:

  • Research and document the US GAAP accounting and SEC reporting impact of new or unusual transactions; work closely with the accounting team to ensure accurate financial reporting related to such topics
  • Work closely with cross-functional teams as part of the operational and technical implementation of new agreements or transactions
  • Assist with the implementation of new accounting standards and company policies as well as assessing the accounting impact and developing new workpapers and processes
  • Draft and review new accounting policies or update existing policies and assist with the development and presentation of internal training materials for functional teams within the company and foreign reporting entities
  • Lead the accounting for business combinations, including coordination with valuation professionals, development of the purchase price allocation, and ensuring all complex accounting matters are appropriately documented
  • Direct interaction with external auditors, including key contact for technical accounting determinations and policy changes

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting required
  • CPA required
  • 6-8 years of accounting experience
  • Accounting advisory and/or US GAAP public company experience preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to research technical accounting matters and prepare well-written memorandums and presentations articulating these matters

 

 

 

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