Finance Reporting Analyst

Company Name:
Quest Solutions Group, Inc
Assist in the preparation and timely filing of SEC financial reporting documents, including Forms 10Q, 10K, 8K, earnings releases, etc and assist in electronic filing requirements
Gather and/or prepare detailed back up to support and ensure accuracy of quarterly and annual reports, earnings press releases, earnings call scripts, and all financial SEC filings Maintain support for all filings and prepare a detailed tie out for review
Assist in the preparation of GAAP Checklist to ensure compliance with accounting and SEC guidance
Perform XBRL detail tagging of SEC financial statements Included in this process is ensuring the completeness and accuracy of XBRL detail tagging, migrating XBRL to updated taxonomies, and assisting in the evaluation and identification of required changes/additions to XBRL tags
Assist in audit requests by the independent external auditors and internal auditors for relevant areas of responsibility
Assist Financial Reporting team with special projects as needed
Perform research to ensure proper accounting treatment and required disclosures under US GAAP and SEC guidance
Develop and maintain a working familiarity with applicable laws, regulations, and interpretations governing financial statements and disclosure
Perform certain SOX controls and prepare documentation, evidencing their performance
May assist in accounting for share-based compensation, pension and other postretirement benefit plans, and other technical accounting areas
Basic Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in Accounting or related field
2+ years in financial reporting at a publicly-traded company and/or auditing experience with a major public accounting firm with a concentration on SEC reporting clients
Preferred Qualifications:
Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
Auditing, accounting, and financial reporting experience
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
In-depth understanding of generally accepted accounting principles and common accounting practices

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