Corporate Senior Accounting Manager at Pacaso

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Corporate Senior Accounting Manager Pacaso . About the Role:. . We are looking for an Accounting Senior Manager to join our Corporate Accounting Crew and own the monthly accounting close and Corporate Consolidation.  This person will be hands-on in both the day-to-day full cycle accounting with a heavy focus on revenue, as well as active participation in the month end close procedures.  The ideal candidate will have time spent in public accounting or external reporting and is a CPA.. . What you’ll do. . . Assist with day-to-day Corporate Accounting functions and be hands on assisting the team throughout the month. . Review all revenue transactions for accuracy and proper recognition, gross revenue versus net gain from equity method investment. . Monitor A/R and payment plan activity. . Monitor daily cash activity and assist accounting staff with properly recording transactions throughout the month. . Work closely with Controller to complete monthly close and corporate consolidation. . Assist with treasury functions. . Support external financial statement audit. . Perform monthly reconciliations for various balance sheet accounts. . . About You. . . Strong GAAP knowledge. . Ability to draft memos on technical accounting matters such as share-based compensation, internally developed technology, EPS and segments, etc.. . Experience working with multiple subsidiaries and currencies. . Prior Consolidation experience  (International Consolidation preferred). . CPA. . Experience with footnote preparation and disclosures preferred. . Team player with strong attention to details. . NetSuite experience preferred but not required. . Compensation range of 120-150 depending on location and experience. . Please mention the word **CURE** and tag RMTA0LjE1NC4yMDcuNTI= when applying to show you read the job post completely (#RMTA0LjE1NC4yMDcuNTI=). This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human..