Sr Accountant - Non - Financial Services

This individual is a critical member of our reporting team who will be responsible for various SEC filings and other external reporting requirements under the direction of the Director of Accounting & Reporting. The individual is expected to have a solid understanding of U.S. GAAP and SEC reporting requirements. To be successful, the individual must be a self-starter, prioritize effectively, and have excellent communication skills.


 Strong understanding of Regulation S-X and S-K requirements to facilitate the preparation and filing of all SEC reports, including: Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, proxy statements and other documents.

 Coordinate information requests and prepare supporting documentation and analysis for financial statements, corresponding footnotes, MD&A, and other periodic filings.

 XBRL tagging and review in financial statements and footnotes.

 Proactively monitor and assess impact from new accounting pronouncements.

 Evaluation of significant transactions, including research and drafting technical accounting


 Responsible for share-based compensation accounting in accordance with ASC 718,

including the maintenance of our SBC database and the preparation of monthly schedules

and journal entries.

 Review various monthly account analysis, reconciliations and journal entries.

 Provide support for internal and external audits. Ensure all transactions are in compliance

with SOX internal controls.

 Ability to build strong relationships and collaborate within the accounting team as well as

stakeholders across the organization.

 Strong organization skills and ability to multi-task effectively across various projects

 Ad-hoc projects as needed.


CPA required; Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance.

 5+ years of progressive accounting and reporting experience; Big 4 public accounting firm

experience strongly preferred.

 Demonstrated proficiency with U.S. GAAP and SEC reporting requirements.

 Experience in writing technical accounting memos and related accounting guidance

research preferred.