Accounting Director

Company Name:
Accounting Principals
Are you searching for an
Director job in the Tulsa, OK area? If you are a CPA and have at least five years' experience in this or a similar role that includes insurance, non-profit, or energy industry experience, then this may be the opportunity you are looking for! You will love this newly created position due to remarkable growth that your future employer has undergone. In addition, your team adheres to disciplined underwriting and pricing standards, which you will play an important role in upholding. If you are interested in learning additional skills, you will have access to incentive bonus awards for completing certification courses! Furthermore, this organization provides you opportunities for further professional growth via a well-defined career path. The salary is between $80,000 and $100,000 per year based on experience. Also, you will be afforded excellent benefits that include an annual bonus and profit sharing.

The Accounting Director Job Duties/Responsibilities:
Develop/direct accounting policy implementation
Improve accounting system operations
Lead budgeting efforts
Prepare financial reports
Partner to define KPIs (Key Performing Indicators)
Administer General Ledger maintenance activities
resultant financial reports
Review all applicable
Oversee compiling/consolidating/analyzing of accounting/financing information
Govern development of financial statements/reports
Tactical/strategic process/program operations leader
Accountable for performance/development/coaching of staff
Verify/update/maintain adequate internal controls
Comfortable interacting with individuals at multiple levels
Bachelor's degree
CPA certification
Minimum 10 years' related experience
At least three years' management experience
Similar insurance industry role experience preferred
Public audit assurance experience preferred

To apply for this position please submit resumes directly to Jana.Krebs(at)AccountingPrincipals.com

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