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Accounts Receivable Specialist - Accountant

Job Description

Our company is currently seeking an Accounts Receivable Specialist to join our team! You will be responsible for preparing and examining financial records for our company.


 


We are a growing automotive supplier located in Macomb Township in need of a full-time A/R Specialist.


Please include salary requirements with resume.


Responsibilities:



  • Obtain primary financial data for accounting records

  • Compute and record numerical data

  • Check the accuracy of business transactions

  • Perform data entry and administrative duties


Qualifications:



  • Previous experience in accounting

  • Previous experience in AR 

  • Previous experience in a related industry (Manufacturing/Automotive/Engineering)

  • Fundamental knowledge of GAAP

  • Ability to prioritize and multitask

  • Strong organizational skills

  • Deadline and detail-oriented


Average hours per week will be 30-40. 


Please only apply if you meet the above qualifications.



Company Description
R&E Automated Systems (www.reautomated.com) is the industry leader in Welding Engineering and Services, Laser Welding, Controls, Robotics, Mechanical Design and Simulation.
R&E is at the forefront of technological advancements and we provide a wide range of services to companies in the automotive, aerospace, medical, agricultural, military and consumer goods industries. We provide our clients with unique solutions that are tailored to accommodate their project demands.
R&E goes the extra mile to provide our employees a comfortable work environment. Our managers understand life on the road as we have all come from the field we manage and have spent many years in our particular discipline.



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