Accounting Supervisor

Position Summary:
Assist the Controller's Department in performing monthly and quarterly close procedures; ensuring the accuracy and completeness of internal and external reporting in compliance with SEC reporting requirements and U.S. GAAP; supervision and development of accounting personnel; monitoring and ensuring compliance with internal policies and procedures including SOX; preparing detailed financial analysis and query reporting; maintenance of financial records, supporting documentation and reconciliations; and perform special projects as needed.
Specific Accountabilities:
This positions primary responsibilities are as follows:
Ensure accurate and timely monthly, quarterly, and year end close procedures, including the review of account reconciliations, journal entries and other financial close requirements.
Ensure timely preparation of internal and external reporting, Board materials and other reporting requirements.
Ensure preparation of detailed general ledger account, cost variance analysis, and other information requests.
Provide assistance in analyzing technical accounting issues impacting Matson in accordance with U.S. GAAP, including assistance with the implementation of any new accounting standards.
Implement process enhancements, and provide training and mentoring to accounting staff to be more effective and efficient at their assigned responsibilities.
Support Matson's Compliance Group with SEC reporting, providing analyses, narratives and other information as necessary.
Assist with external statutory audit and reporting requirements related to Matson's domestic and foreign subsidiaries; benefit plans; and other requirements as needed.
Support budget and forecasting activities.
Participate in special projects and assignments, as needed.
Other duties as assigned.
Required Education, Skills & Experience:
Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance, CPA with prior public auditing experience (preferably "Big 4"); Master/MBA degree in accounting desirable.
At least 5 years of overall financial business experience, including recent financial close, reporting and consolidation expertise with department supervision responsibilities, preferable with a public company.
Hands-on experience with financial operating and reporting systems (Oracle is preferred).
Strong knowledge of U.S. GAAP, SOX 404 and internal controls, and SEC reporting requirements.
Extensive computer skills, especially Microsoft Office Suite (primarily Excel, Word, PowerPoint).
Excellent verbal and written skills, including the ability to develop concise and well-organized summaries of complex analyses and data appropriate for Senior Management, with an attention to detail and accuracy.
Ability to independently work effectively and as part of an integrated finance team.
Ability to multi-task, work under pressure and meet deadlines required.
Proven leadership ability to quickly gain the confidence of the executive team, and accounting staff.
The ability to express thoughts and complex ideas in a straightforward manner and in a way that a non-technical person can understand.

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