International Accounting General Ledger Analyst

Company Name:
The RightThing, An ADP Company
Title: International
General Ledger Analyst

Req #: 1007296

Job Category: Finance & Accounting-Finance-Accounting

Employment Type: Full Time

Percent Travel: None

Physical Location: Chrysler Headquarters & Tech Center

Job Description:
The Accounting Analyst - International General Ledger is responsible for: (a) accurate and timely input to
SAP of assigned NSC companies monthly financial information; (b) financial analysis and review of NSC's
submitted financial statement data and supporting schedules to ensure completeness, accuracy, and
explanations; (c) perform analytical reviews and other tasks to ensure compliance with Sarbanes Oxley
and other company controls; (d) supporting staff at off-shore and US based BPO business partners and
serving as Subject Matter
(SME) for assigned processes; (f) performing or reviewing monthly
balance sheet account reconciliations; (g) providing
with opportunities for
enhancements and/or operational efficiencies within the group.

Position Requirements:
Basic Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in Business with a concentration in Finance or Accounting; if no Bachelors in
Finance or Accounting, must have a Master's degree in Business Administration (MBA) or Accounting
Minimum of 3 years of experience in accounting or financial analysis
Minimum of 3 years of Microsoft Office applications experience, with an emphasis in Excel
Preferred Qualifications:
Experience with SAP
Experience with GLCM (BlackLine) or similar account reconciliation tool
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Demonstrated team building skills
Ability to work independently and multi-task
Ability to work with finance groups around the globe
Excellent accounting, analytical and teamwork skills
Strong leadership and problem solving skills with a bias for action and issue resolution
Ability to work under pressure and in a time constrained environment
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