is looking for an ambitious full-time junior accountant who has strong general accounting skills and some tax exposure.
Specifically he or she will need to have a thorough understanding of all basic accounting functions; such as accrual accounting of the purchase and sales cycle and its interconnectivity to AR, AP, inventory, and cost of goods sold.
The candidate will be comfortable preparing payroll and invoices to clients, paying vendor billings, reconciling numerous accounts including, but not limited to cash and payroll.
In addition he or she will be proactive in investigating and resolving differences identified during reconciliation processes, and he or she will be able to prepare workpapers and financial statements.
Desired Skills and
- Bachelor's degree in accounting or equivalent - 1-2 years of experience in public accounting or corporate general accounting or tax - Excellent written and verbal communication skills - Attention to detail and accuracy - Organizational and prioritization skills - Strong interpersonal skills - Experience with QuickBooks, MS Office including Excel and Word Please send cover letter, desired salary and resume to:
Human Resources, O&G Industries, Inc.
, 112 Wall Street, Torrington, CT 06790 or email to hr101@ogind.
Company Description:
O&G Industries, Inc.
is a diversified construction and building materials company based in Torrington, Connecticut, with facilities throughout the state of Connecticut.
O&G offers a rich health plan, 401k match, and a competitive compensation package.
With over 90 years of success and continued growth, O&G has become a highly respected leader within the diversified construction materials and construction services industry.
Affirmative Action-Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/H/V

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