18 Feb 2020

Our client is a leading law firm with Head Office in North York, Ontario. The firm is looking for a Bookkeeper/Accounting Clerk to join their dynamic team to help further their rapid growth. This position would be responsible for the full accounting cycle. The successful applicant will have a minimum of 3 years bookkeeping experience, possess strong organizational skills and be self-motivated.

Key Responsibilities:
• Responsible for maintaining and analyzing the general ledger on an ongoing basis, as well as the reconciliation and analysis of clients’ accounts
• Provide monthly report to Management on accounts payable, accounts receivable, billings, and collections
• Calculate fixed assets, depreciation and cash flow projections and prepare financial reports to management
• Keep financial records and establish, maintain and balance various accounts using manual and computerized bookkeeping systems
• Maintains records of financial transactions by establishing accounts; posting transactions and ensuring compliance with legal requirements
• Collect employees’ timesheets on a weekly basis and confirm proper approval and documentation for timesheets
• Calculate and prepare cheques for payroll on a biweekly basis
• Record and report on vacation entitlements and sick leave statistics
• Record taxable benefits, allowances, garnishments, deductions, retroactive payments etc. accurately
• Perform ad-hoc and all year-end payroll tasks including issuance of ROE, T4 processing and CPP/EI reconciliations
• Actively communicate with Human Resources to address and resolve payroll related issues
• Prepare annual working papers for yearly external audit of payroll and accounts
• Perform other accounting and administrative duties as may be requested
• Maintain high degree of confidentiality regarding payroll, benefits and other HR records/information

Qualifications and Requirements
• College or University Degree in Accounting or related discipline
• 3+ years of general accounting, payroll and bookkeeping experience
• Advanced knowledge of QuickBooks, Officio and Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook etc.)
• Good communication, time management and organizational skills
• Accuracy and attention to detail while working under tight deadlines and with minimal supervision
• Excellent team player with good interpersonal and customer service skills
• Knowledge of Canadian payroll legislation, Employment Standards, taxation rules and year-end reporting processes.

How to Apply:
Please send your cover letter and resume to: careers@careernudge.ca

Deadline for receipt of applications is March 17, 2020. We thank all interested candidates for their submissions. However, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.