Data entry specialists are responsible for digitizing data for storage purposes. Their duties include:
❖ Collecting client information
❖ Maintaining an organized filing system
❖ Reviewing data for completeness and accuracy
❖ Attending to data queries
❖ Adhering to best data management practices
A Bookkeeper is responsible for recording and maintaining a business’ financial transactions, such as purchases, expenses, sales revenue, invoices, and payments. Their duties include:
❖ Maintain an accurate record of financial transactions
❖ Update and maintain the general ledger
❖ Reconciliation of entries into the accounting system
❖ Recording of debits and credits
❖ Maintain the trial balance, by a reconciliation of general ledgers
The junior accountant may analyze balance sheets, manage general ledger accounts, update financial statements, maintain accounts receivable and accounts payable, pay monthly payroll, and prepare financial reports. Their duties include:
❖ Maintains financial records for subsidiary companies
❖ Reconciles general and subsidiary bank accounts
❖ Provides financial status information
❖ Corrects errors
❖ Maintains general ledger accounts
A Staff Accountant handles a company’s accounting procedures and maintains a healthy financial profile ensuring compliance with state, federal, and local principles.
They prepare and review financial documents, reports, and statements. Their duties include:
❖ Maintains and updates accounting records and files
❖ Analyzes budgets and create expense reports
❖ Examines tax policies and handle tax payments and returns
❖ Meet clients to discuss confidential accounting issues
❖ Reconciles bank statements
Senior accountants prepare financial reports, perform research and analysis, maintain the general ledger, perform account reconciliations, assist with audit preparations, and carry out other accounting duties as may be required. Their duties include:
❖ Coordinating accounting functions and programs.
❖ Preparing financial analyses and reports.
❖ Preparing revenue projections and forecasting expenditure.
❖ Assisting with preparing and monitoring budgets.
❖ Assisting with annual audit preparations.
An audit manager is responsible for organizing and managing internal audits according to audit plans. The responsibilities of audit managers include overseeing the process of audits, making recommendations on policies, and ensuring that the organization fulfills international and governmental obligations of compliance. Their duties include:
❖ Extensive experience in auditing
❖ Solid knowledge of regulations and guidelines
❖ A record of success in internal and external audits
❖ Excellent communication skills
❖ Strong time management skills
Safegaurding your Data is our top priority!
We understand the need for secured data that is why our premises are covered with closed-circuit cameras to monitor and secure our workplace. Our Workstation policy disallows any storage device to be carried on the floor or server room and restricts usage of CD Drives, Floppy Drives, and USB Ports.