Bilingual Corporate Finance Clerk

  • Category
    Accounting & Finance - Accountant - General
  • Job type
    Direct Hire
  • Location
    Gatineau, Quebec

Adecco is currently recruiting for a Bilingual Corporate Finance Clerk, a full-time permanent role, to work with our client located in Gatineau, QC. The Bilingual Corporate Finance Clerk will have to assist the Finance Department in processing internal and external banking reports and he will report to the VP, Corporate Finance.

The Bilingual Corporate Finance Clerk will have the following responsibilities:

  • Provide accounting for diverse companies;
  • Perform bank reconciliations and prepare monthly tax reports;
  • Weekly accounting;
  • Participate in the preparation of month-end financial statements;
  • Perform the financial analysis for leasing park inventory sale.

The Bilingual Corporate Finance Clerk must meet the following mandatory requirements:

  • Diploma in Administration (finance focus) or related education/experience or a combination thereof;
  • Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite;
  • Able to work with multiple accounting softwares;
  • Excellent communication skills written and spoken (French and English);
  • 2 years minimum of related experience within a Finance department or other pertinent accounting experience;
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment;
  • Flexible, personable and responsible;
  • Team player with an aptitude for learning.

If you are interested in applying to our Bilingual Corporate Finance Clerk position, please submit your resume as soon as possible by clicking on the 'Apply with Adecco' button.

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Reference number CA_EN_1_027616_12161538

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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