Certified Public Accountant (CPA) job description

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Job brief

We are in search of a new Certified Public Accountant (CPA) to join our dynamic team in successfully managing our company’s tax and accounting processes. The ideal candidate must have strong knowledge of bookkeeping and budgeting.


  • Responsible for updating and managing physical and digital financial records.
  • Analyze all business transactions and create reports reporting assessments.
  • Collaborate with employees on income tax planning and research.
  • Establish budgets in collaboration with executives and CEOs.
  • Ensure that programs are completed on time and on budget.
  • Check financial statements for inaccuracies and balance them.
  • File all tax documents and forms to relevant authorities on behalf of the company.
  • Draw up and publish efficient accounting policies for employees to follow internally.
  • Conduct periodic checking of accounting records to determine accuracy and consistency.
  • Assist in company budgeting procedures.
  • Regularly organize meetings with upper management to present the company's financial and tax status.
  • Keep up to date on new laws relevant to accounting and other industry standards.
  • Respond rapidly to all tax and accounting related issues.
  • Conduct comprehensive audits on a regular basis to ensure that financial statements, expenses, and assets are accurate.
  • Revenue projections and profit margin analysis.
  • Manage accounts payable/receivable and oversee ledger reconciliation.
  • Keep track of tax payments and returns, communicate with tax accountants.
  • Maintain the confidentiality of the company's financial records.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance minimum
  • 5+ years of accounting experience
  • Valid CPA Certification
    Exceptional tax and accounting insights and knowledge
  • Excellent understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)
  • Excellent analytical abilities and a keen eye for detail
  • Integrity, as well as the ability to manage confidential information
  • Conscientious personality
  • Good organizational skills

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