Accountant

  • Category
    Accounting & Finance - Bookkeeper
  • Job type
    Temporary/Contract
  • Location
    Toronto, Ontario

Accountant opportunity in North York, ON

Adecco Professional is currently looking an Accountant in North York, ON. This is a great temporary to permanent opportunity for our client in the distribution industry. The ideal candidate will have a passion for numbers and strong hands-on accounting experience. To qualify for this role, you must have 2+ years of full cycle Accounting experience - preferably in the distribution industry is an asset. If you are looking for a new exciting Accountant opportunity, please read on to learn more!

The responsibilities for the Accountant job opening in North York, ON., includes:

Full cycle accounts receivables and reviewing overdue balances
Record and post day to day financial transactions
Complete tax forms, tracking deductions and HST calculation
Account reconciliation and resolve discrepancies
Ensure all financial are accurate and up to date
Assist with month end
Knowledge on all Accounting policies and standards


The qualifications for the Accountant position in North York, ON includes:

2-3+ years of full cycle Accounting experience in a related or similar role
Post-secondary in Finance and Accounting or related
Proficient in Microsoft Excel including all advanced functions
Working knowledge on SAGE300/ ACCPAC
Strong analytical and problem-solving skill with ability to multi-task and meet deadlines

If you are a professional Accountant with a passion for numbers and strong problem-solving skills this is the role for you! Please apply today to learn more as our client is motivated to hire.

  • Apply with Adecco

Reference number CA_EN_2_026575_28719

Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process as required under Adecco’s Employment Accommodation policy. Applicants will need to make their needs known in advance to their Adecco representative.

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