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Mid Oregon Personnel

Staff Accountant

Business: Mid Oregon Personnel
Weekly Hours: Full-time
Hourly/Salary Range: $20-$25 Per Hour
Posting Date: 06/18/2024

Job Description:

Job description

This job is a support position for the Accounting Department. The successful applicant must be an innovative self-starter seeking variety in tasks and challenging work. In this role, the person will contribute to the overall department initiatives by preparing financial information timely and accurately. A wide variety of duties will be assigned as needed to assist management in achieving their goals. The job requires the ability to work independently to complete daily accounting activities, including payroll, A/P cost accounting, property tax listings, and depreciation schedules. This job may include reconciliation of physical inventory at multiple locations on a monthly basis. This person must be able to incorporate GAAP into everyday activities and procedures. Must also have the ability to use professional concepts, company policies and procedures to solve routine problems. A person must possess the ability to multi-task, complete work, and meet deadlines. Frequent contact, interaction and coordination with various departments within the company and externally with other companies must be done in a professional, efficient manner. This person is required to become familiar with all aspects of the company’s accounting procedures in order to provide support for Management.


Previous professional accounting experience required.
Must have strong data entry and computer skills, preferably with Microsoft Windows/Office and various
accounting programs.


Bachelor Degree in Accounting or equivalent work

1. Responsible for daily accounting operations of our wholesale lumber division.
2. Assist and prepare monthly reporting to various taxing authorities related to payroll.
3. Maintain various general ledgers, including preparation of journal entries, account expense review,
reconciling accounts and resolving account discrepancies.
4. Must prepare financial statements in accordance with GAAP.
5. Assist in preparation of year-end and interim work schedules for audits.
6. Assist Accounting Manager with any financial questions/issues/requests.
7. Assist with review of inventory accuracy at various sites.
8. Maintenance of fixed asset schedules for internal and tax reporting.
9. Assist with compilation of accurate data for property tax returns.
10. Ensure internal controls are in place.
11. Ability to coordinate tasks with co-workers and work with a variety of personalities.
12. Solid understanding of WordPro, Microsoft Windows, Excel and Outlook.

13. Must be Proficient with Apple computers and software

14. Must be social media savvy.

1. Must be able to develop improved methods of processing and reporting data.
2. A working knowledge of networking, Great Plains accounting software, and Microsoft Word.
3. Knowledge of Human Resource laws and procedures.
4. Knowledge of Oregon Worker’s Compensation programs and reporting.
5. Knowledge of fringe benefit/pension accounting and due diligence requirements.

This overview is non-exclusive and other duties may be required, added or removed.

1. Must be capable of accomplishing needed work without supervision.
2. Ability to pay close attention to detail and coordinate various activities simultaneously.
3. Must have strong organizational skills in order to be able to multi-task and prioritize.
4. Ability to work as an effective team member as well as work independently.
5. Ability to communicate with team members and business contacts in a professional effective manner.
6. Must have good basic mathematical skills.
7. Must have analytical skills to problem-solve discrepancies in data.
8. Must be capable of reporting to work on a regular basis and working flexible hours in order to complete
tasks as needed.
9. Must be available to travel on occasion.

1. Good writing skills helpful.
2. Knowledge of lumber nomenclature, terms and sales is helpful – if none, must be willing to learn.


SHIFT HOURS: Monday through Friday – 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (hours may vary slightly
as work requires).

Overtime must be pre-approved.

Staff Accountant $20-$25 Per Hour Immediate Opening !!


Interested in other Central Oregon jobs? Check out our website: www.midoregonpersonnel.com

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $20.00 – $25.00 per hour

Expected hours: 40 per week


Paid time off
Experience level:

2 years

8 hour shift

GAAP: 1 year (Preferred)

CPA (Preferred)
Ability to Commute:

Prineville, OR 97754 (Required)
Ability to Relocate:

Prineville, OR 97754: Relocate before starting work (Required)
Work Location: In person


Application Instructions:

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