BH 21941 - HR Finance Lead

Company Name:
Open Systems Technologies
We are looking for an achievement-oriented, proactive contributor to join our HR Finance team, who takes initiative, possesses a strong sense of responsibility, enjoys a challenge, and persists to overcome obstacles. The candidate must be detail-oriented and pick up new concepts quickly.

Prepare or assist in preparing various financial reports
Assist with analyzing and reporting variances between actual expenses against budget
Reconcile and verify journal entries, actual expenses, and a variety of other financial records
Analyze invoices for alignment with budget, purchase orders and detailed scope statements
Liaise with other departments (Accounting, Accounts Payable, Procurement, FP&A) on financial processes

Serve as back-up for the following responsibilities
Process requisitions and invoicing related to the purchase of supplies and services
Manage the administrative tasks related to credit card reconciliation, organization charts, and other finance-related responsibilities

Proficient in Excel
Highly adept in math and analytical skills
Conscientious of process flow and willing to ask questions where gaps in understanding exist
Determination to give excellent attention to detail
Thorough, organized, and reliable
Ability to maintain confidentiality
Some knowledge of Accounting and Finance
Commitment to delivering quality results and overcoming impediments and challenges in a time-sensitive environment
Innate curiosity and aptitude to learn quickly while on the job
Comfort with technology and ability to learn new systems

Education / Experience
Bachelor?s degree required, preferably but not necessarily in Finance or Accounting
3-5 years of professional experience

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