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Accountant III Job in Jacksonville, IL

Accountant III Job in Jacksonville, IL Modis is looking to fill an Accountant III Job in Jacksonville, IL with our Fortune 150 Client.
An Accounting Degree or significant accounting experience required.
Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, attention to detail and must be proficient in the MS Office Suite.
Minimum Requirements:
BA in accounting, MBA or CPA preferred but NOT required 3-5 years experience in auditing or accounting, emphasis in insurance accounting/SOX auditing preferred Experience with GAAP and STAT accounting preferred Excellent verbal and written communication skills Detail oriented PC Literacy in Microsoft Office SuiteBachelor degree with 5 to 7 years experience.
Main Responsibilities:
Assists in the preparation, analysis, review, verification and reconciliation of various records, financial reports and statements.
Performs complex financial analyses to summarize current and projected company financial position.
Plans, conducts and participates in analysis of cost assignments ensuring that all assigned projects adhere to accepted cost accounting standards.
Reconciles balance sheets and income statement accounts to general ledger; researches complex discrepancies.
Prepares bank reconciliations, journal entries and expense analyses.
Coordinates, prepares, consolidates, submits and distributes monthly financial statements.
May provide leadership and education to internal clients.
Experience working with generally accepted accounting principles and software.
Personal computer and business solutions software skills.
Good communication skills and the ability to work independently and on a team.
Good analyzing, problem solving, planning, leadership and organizational skills.
If you are interested in the Accountant III Job in Jacksonville, IL then APPLY TODAY! Please include your updated resume and contact information.


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