A successful candidate has strong financial literacy and natural organizational skills.
Detailed job description for Business Administration position:
- Maintains records of financial transactions by establishing accounts; posting transactions; ensure legal requirements compliance.
- Develops system to account for financial transactions by establishing a chart of accounts, defining bookkeeping policies and procedures.
- Maintains subsidiary accounts by verifying, allocating, and posting transactions.
- Balances subsidiary accounts by reconciling entries.
- Maintains general ledger by transferring subsidiary account summaries.
- Balances general ledger by preparing a trial balance; reconciling entries.
- Maintains historical records by filing documents.
- Prepares financial reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing account information and trends.
- Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
- Marketing – posting – working with websites
A successful candidate has strong financial literacy and natural organizational skills. By being detail orientated, the position keeps accurate financial records. Other key skills and qualifications include:
- Developing Standards
- Analyzing Information
- Dealing with Complexity
- Reporting Research Results
- Data Entry Skills
- Attention to Detail
- Strong understanding of math and numbers
- Detail oriented
- Great interpersonal skills that enable the bookkeeper to communicate with other employees clearly and effectively
- The ability to work on multiple projects while adhering to tight deadlines
- The ability to communicate complex financial data with other employees
- Good data entry skills
- Familiarity with the general principles of accounting
- The ability to use various financial transactions such as accounts payable and accounts receivable
Duties and Responsibilities:
To excel in the role, individuals must have a good understanding of how to properly manage a company’s financials. The job role includes tracking and managing financial data, entering financial transactions into various databases, notifying upper management of any accounting errors, and organizing financial reports.
- Fact-checking accounting information
- Recording all transactions
- Balancing subsidiary accounts to reconcile accounts
- Ensuring all financial actions comply with local legal requirements
- Preparing financial reports by analyzing, collecting, and condensing account trends and information
- Using a system to account for the financial transactions made by the company to establish a chart of accounts