Cypress, United States
11 months ago
- Books all or a broad kind of business operations to accounts. * Assigns business activities, receipts and bills to accounts. * Plans, opens and clears accounts. Performs general ledger accounting, A/P or A/R accounting. * Prepares statements of accounts, in line with defined accounting guidelines. * Supports evaluations of asset & liabilities. * Oversees bank accounts, and checks overdue, and past due account situations, may clarify discrepancies with customers or vendors, in first instance. * May check and oversee local petty cash accounts and monitors local cash expenditures. * Contributes to Balance sheet, P&L closing, and prepares respective reports and financial statements. * Supports responsible Finance Accounting Management in analyzing accounting data. * Clarifies upcoming questions as first point of contact. * Provides advice in use and interpretation of accounting data. In general: Thinking is associated with the analysis of situations and interpretation of procedures to resolve problems within established frameworks. Performs "trouble-shooting", when issues are different in nature and complexity, and needs some deeper understanding of underlying principles. Position at these level provide support to less experienced operations staff on a regular base, in administrative or technological environment, and both internally and externally to customers. "Master Technician / Administrator": Vocationally trained positions that need high degree of practical experience and theoretical understanding to perform complex tasks in the related field of work. Work performed is issue-driven rather than determined by routined processes. In technical areas, incumbent deliver specialized services in isolated and exposed situation as stand-alone individual contributor (i.e. as Service Technician on customers building site, etc.) - or similar complex situations.For administrative operations, most of the situations in this level will be covered by the description displayed in the Leveling Core Chart - Professional (-? see there). 7 -10 years knowledge in basic theory and practise is minimum Both advanced practical and theoretical understanding and some significant advanced vocational experience is required to oversee and manage the diverse and relatively complex tasks in the related field of work.