Staff Accountant

Job description:

The Capital Lease Accountant will be a critical part of the NRT/REFG Shared Services Accounting Team and ensure the accounting department s overriding goals of accuracy, timely reporting and maintaining controls are achieved.
This individual will be a proactive member of the accounting team and will look to help drive operational efficiencies while maintaining a strong control environment. The position will collaborate across several groups of the business to support both short and long-term business objectives and ensure compliance with generally accepted accounting principles.

  • Manage the maintenance and processing of NRT s equipment leases (approximately 10,000 pieces of equipment).
  • Serve as the accounting liaison with the business partners to understand business lease requirements and obtain the necessary transactional details to ensure timely payment and that the capital expenditures are properly recorded.
  • Update leasing information in CoStar, our lease administration system.
  • Ensure accounting and finance activities are compliant with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and internal policies and procedures
  • Perform monthly balance sheet reconciliations related to capital lease accounting
  • Proactively raise issues to supervisor regarding financial or operational metrics
  • Respond to a variety of ad hoc projects as they arise
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Must have a Bachelor s degree or higher in Accounting
  • Excellent analytical, problem solving and abstract reasoning skills
  • 2+ years of accounting experience
  • CPA or CPA candidate a plus
  • Prior auditing experience is preferred
  • Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office suite with advanced Excel skills
  • Ability to multi-task and work independently with limited supervision

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