Staff Accountant (Cannabis Industry)

  • Cannabis Jobs
  • Denver, CO, USA
  • 02 Oct, 2020

Job Description

We are seeking a Staff Accountant for their office in Denver, CO, to maintain the corporate accounting records for the company.This position will be responsible for all financial statement preparation, accounts payable, accounts receivable, bank reconciliation, and maintaining the General Ledger, in addition to other office related administrative duties, including payroll, Human Resources, insurance and benefits administration.Reporting directly to the CEO and CFO, this position will work closely with other managers and leads throughout the organization.Job Duties and Responsibilities: + Perform and maintain all general accounting functions using QuickBooks and Inventory software + Ability to use various sources to support accounting responsibilities which include analysis, verifications, allocations, reconciliations and / or discrepancy resolution + Work with other departments to improve various processes which improve and support the organization and General Ledger accuracy + Build and maintain spreadsheets as necessary to standardize the processes and functions of the department + Responsible for cash management, daily cash reconciliations and bank reconciliations + Manage vendor payments and cash receipts + Maintain all balance sheet reconciliations + Prepare necessary financials for annual audit + Track, build and maintain accurate inventory records and assist with monthly audit + Post invoices, code purchases, and manage company purchasing + Process payroll entries, taxes, and accruals Requirements: + Minimum of 3-5 years of experience in a corporate accounting environment + Bachelors degree in Accounting or related field + Experience working with QuickBooks required + Cost accounting experience is a plus + Ability to handle multiple projects and complete assigned tasks + Must be and remain compliant with any and all legal or company regulations for working in the cannabis industry + Strong technical accounting knowledge, including an understanding of GAAP, tax requirements, and general auditing procedures