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Senior Accountant, SEC Reporting & Technical Accounting

Marietta, Georgia
CRG is partnering with a healthcare industry client in the Atlanta area headquartered near Kennesaw, Marietta, Acworth, etc. in search of adding a Senior Accountant, SEC Reporting & Technical Accounting to its growing Accounting & Finance team! The Company’s newly appointed CFO is a long-time friend of our firm and a proven leader with a strong record of commercial success in the healthcare industry. We have successfully partnered with him on multiple previous searches. This role will be a hybrid position working in the office Tuesday - Thursday each week.

Position Summary
The Senior Accountant will report to the Senior Manager of SEC Reporting and be primarily responsible for the preparation of the Company’s SEC filings and requisite supporting documents underlying such filings. The Senior Accountant will also be heavily involved in researching, opining, and memorializing the appropriate accounting treatment when the Company undergoes a material, non-routine transactions. The Senior Accountant will maintain the Company’s accounting policy document when novel transactions are documented or changes in accounting policy are deemed necessary as a result of issued Accounting Standards Updates or a preferable change. The Senior Accountant prepares periodic and ad hoc business and accounting analyses under the supervision of the Senior Manager of SEC Reporting, as necessary.
Key Responsibilities
  • Prepare the Company’s 10-Q, 10-K, and other external financial reports as required, ensuring compliance with US GAAP, SEC Regulations, XBRL, or other relevant regulatory guidance and maintain support for such filings
  • Work closely with external auditors to drive audit projects to help achieve completion in a timely fashion
  • Research, opine, and memorialize the technical accounting treatment for material transactions
  • Research accounting standards updates, determine applicability to the Company, and determine the necessary steps required to comply with the new standard
  • Own and maintain the Company’s accounting policy manual
  • Administer the Company’s stock plan
  • Devise and implement proprietary, innovative, and automated solutions to complement or replace current manual processes
  • Collaborate with other departments on an as-needed basis for ad hoc projects from time to time
  • BS or BA in Accounting or related field
  • 2+ years of relevant experience
  • CPA eligibility
  • Proficiency in all Microsoft Office applications, particularly Microsoft Excel
Preference will be given to those candidates who have one or more of the following characteristics:
  • CPA license
  • Experience in public accounting, particularly the Big 4
  • Familiarity with Workiva
  • Familiarity with QAD
  • Familiarity with Fidelity Stock Plan Administration
  • Familiarity with a computer programming language, such as Python or R
  • A successful candidate will have the following personal characteristics and traits:
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Excellent writing skills
  • Self-motivating personality with an ability to identify and address new tasks and emerging accounting issues
  • Strong project management skills
  • Detail-oriented disposition with an ability to step back and see the big picture
  • Satisfactory understanding of US GAAP and SEC Regulations
  • Ability to research, explain, opine, and conclude on complex accounting matters
  • Technical acumen that enables the candidate to provide value-add support to other finance functions


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