Accountant – Corporate Card and Expense

Accountant – Corporate Card and Expense

Job Summary
The Accountant – Corporate Card and Expense supports financial statement close cycle and operational accounting functions to ensure timely reporting and compliance with GAAP and company policies and procedures. Key job responsibilities include assisting with monthly close activities, reviewing employee expense reports, and managing corporate cards.


  • Assesses accounting reports for accuracy, completeness, and conformance to department, organizational, and compliance policies and standards
  • Reviews transactions for appropriate coding while understanding and interpreting company policies to ensure compliance
  • Performs activities within a public company internal control environment related to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act to ensure organizational compliance
  • Uses accounting knowledge to prepare month and quarter-end journal entries, balance sheet reconciliations, and supporting schedules
  • Handles outside auditor questions and provides support to outside auditors and other project personnel as requested.
  • Ensures proper recognition of revenue and expenses are captured on organization’s financial statements
  • Handles queue of customer, sales team, and/or vendor inquiries and forwards to appropriate team member for response; researches and responds to more complex questions; escalates to higher levels as needed
  • Reviews and interprets sales contracts and/or vendor agreements to confirm agreement details
  • Demonstrates and applies strong accounting knowledge, acumen, and technical expertise

What You’ll Need

  • Analytical ability to interpret contracts and policies
  • Proficient accounting software knowledge, along with generic computer skills required
  • Spreadsheet skills preferred
  • Strong communication (written, verbal and listening) and collaborative skills to work with many personalities inside and outside of the company


  • 1-2 years experience or equivalent


  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting required
  • Associates degree in accounting with 3-6 years of significant progressive experience in accounting would be considered in lieu of Bachelor’s degree
  • CPA preferred

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Posted on

May 5, 2022