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Date Posted: 3/29/2023

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Job Description

Ledgent is seeking an Accounting Supervisor for one of our clients in Pinellas County. This is an exciting opportunity that is open due to growth! Our client provides a positive company culture that prides itself on teamwork and promotes from within.  If you meet minimum qualifications for this role, please apply and send your resume to

Summary: The Accounting Supervisor is responsible for planning and directing the accounting activities of assigned sales channels within the group of companies. 

Perks of the job: Once trained, hybrid options of working 2 days from home. Fun company culture with office events such as axe throwing and scavenger hunts. Lots of growth potential!! Due to recent acquisitions, there is a lot of potential to advance. 
Benefits: 10% bonus, Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, STD

*    Responsible for the oversight and ownership of all general ledger accounts including, but not limited to assets, liabilities, equity, revenue, cost of goods sold, operating expense, and other income & expense  
*    Establish, document, and enforce GAAP accounting policies, and internal controls 
*    Assess current practices and procedures, and make recommendations for improvements 
*    Maintaining current and accurate Balance Sheet reconciliations  
*    Assist the Controller with all credit, treasury, tax, and audit functions for the platform
*    Oversee and own the monthly general ledger close process, including reviewing journal entries, financial statement preparation and supporting schedules 
*    Prepare, review, and analyze monthly financial statements to ensure accuracy and completeness 
*    Create reports that help senior leadership understand company financials
*    Manage and maintain timely compliance and returns filing for company sales tax obligations
*    Work with external auditors to complete annual financial audit, including testing of internal controls and timely issuance of annual report 
*    Provide support to income tax accountants to file state and federal corporate taxes  
*    Performs other ad hoc accounting duties as assigned

*    Oversee all day-to-day operations for the assigned sales channels' accounting function 
*    Develop staff by managing performance, setting goals, providing ongoing training, and maintaining strong employee relationships 
*    Interview, hire, and facilitate training of accounting team
*    Identify and address performance gaps through performance management 
*    Conducts performance evaluations that are timely and constructive
*    Handles corrective actions and terminations in accordance with company policies 

*    Experience with NetSuite strongly preferred
*    Proactive approach to process improvement by implementing checks and balances and identifying process steps that can be automated
*    Strong organizational skills and high degree of accuracy
*    Advanced in Microsoft Excel & proficient in PowerBI
*    Ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a fast-developing company 
*    Strong knowledge of U.S. GAAP procedures 
*    Experience with multi-state Sales and Use Tax (SALT) compliance and economic nexus laws preferred
*    Experience in an inventory / distribution environment preferred
*    Previous experience in a supervisory role, with direct reports preferred
*    Inherent passion for technology and process improvement

*    Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance, or comparable work experience required
*    Minimum 4 years of work experience, and 1 year of supervisory experience preferred 


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Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:Full-Time
  • Location:Holiday, FL
  • Job Type:Accounting
  • Experience:Not Specified
  • Education:Not Specified
  • Date Posted:3/29/2023
  • Contact: Brittani Back (813) 470-7373
  • Pay Range: $57,000.00 - $65,000.00 Annually
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Job Reference: JO-2303-197033