Accountant (Contract to Hire)

Company Name:
WorkForce Carolina
A well established leader in the design and construction of high performance modular homes for single family or multi-family residences, commercial structures and remodeling additions; with a reputation for high quality, design flexibility, and innovative marketing.
Founded in 1959, with locations across the Southeast.
Subsidiary of the nation's leading builder in modular and manufactured home construction housing.
Excellent growth organization that invests in its people. Approximately 80% of its managers have been promoted to their current position from within the company
Life Insurance
401K Savings Plan
Holidays, Sick Leave, Vacation Time & Personal Time Off
You will be part of a growing accounting team with a specific focus on the Accounts Payable, Check Run, Journal Entry and Fixed Asset functions of the organization. You will work directly with the Plant Controller in performing your daily Accounting functions. The right candidate will be looking for a valued position with a stable company who offers opportunities for internal growth and professional development. Our client has a proven track record of employee satisfaction and is always willing to go the extra mile for team members.
Associates Degree in Accounting with a minimum 2 years related experience
Experience Accounts Payable, General Ledger and Fixed Asset functions preferred.
Proficient in MS Office applications, especially Excel. ERP software experience is also desired.
Experience with Auditing is a plus.
Ability to respond to common inquiries from internal customers and vendors.
Detail oriented with the ability to effectively present information to management, customers, and other interested parties.

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