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The Accountant role is responsible for all activities associated with the accounting functions of Breakthrough and its many service offerings. The Accountant must demonstrate strong attention to detail, accuracy, integrity, and ability to maintain confidentiality. Responsibilities include assisting with managing the general ledger, client billings, accounts receivable, accounts payable, fixed assets, account reconciliations, and the monthly closing, analysis, and reporting process.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Work closely with Client Account Managers to obtain client billing information, prepare and distribute client invoices, distribute weekly revenue summary to leadership, and perform monthly revenue analysis.
  • Enter and accurately apply all cash receipts.
  • Obtain required approvals for all accounts payable invoices, appropriately challenge costs, and accurately record expenses.
  • Prepare accounts payable reports and coordinate weekly cash disbursements.
  • Manage the accounting for fixed assets and intangibles along with corresponding depreciation and amortization journal entries.
  • Post transactional entries during the month and prepare the month-end general ledger close journal entries.
  • Assist an accurate and timely monthly, quarterly, and year-end close process.
  • Prepare monthly financial statements for corporate and individual service offerings.
  • Support the annual budget process and financial forecasting activities.
  • Complete ad-hoc analysis, special projects, and other duties as assigned.

Desired Skills & Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting.
  • 1-3 years of experience with strong analytical, problem-solving, and accounting skills.
  • Proficient knowledge of MS Office (Excel, Word, Power Point) with advanced Excel skills.
  • Strong organizational and motivational skills with the ability to work independently and thrive in a fast-paced environment.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills and a team player attitude.
  • Strong work ethic and possesses a ‘can do’ attitude. Ability to go beyond the call of duty and strive for ‘stretch’ targets in their performance.
  • Detail oriented; highly organized and accurate.
  • Strong business acumen and comfortable with interacting at all levels of the organization.
  • Integrity and ability to maintain confidentiality.

ABOUT BREAKTHROUGH: Breakthrough is the expert in managing the energy and information that fuels the movement of goods globally. We use our patented technology and industry knowledge to create transportation energy and supply chain management strategies for the world's leading shippers. We remove the waste associated with distorted supply chain practices and reveal data-driven insights to give our clients a competitive advantage in their supply chains.




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