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Japanese Bilingual Accountant, Fixed Asset - Irvine, CA

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Position Description: Japanese Bilingual Accountant, Fixed Asset
Working Location: Irvine, CA
Salary: $50K~$52K (DOE)


Basic Function: The fixed asset accountant position is accountable for recording the cost of newly-acquired fixed assets (both tangible and intangible), tracking existing fixed assets, recording depreciation, and accounting for the disposition of fixed assets.

Principal Accountabilities:
  • Create and monitor a system of controls, procedures, and forms for the recordation of fixed assets.
  • Recommend to management any updates to accounting policies related to fixed assets.
  • Assign tag numbers to fixed assets.
  • Record fixed asset acquisitions and dispositions in the accounting system.
  • Track the compilation of project costs into fixed asset accounts, and close out those accounts once the related projects have been completed.
  • Reconcile the balance in the fixed asset subsidiary ledger to the summary-level account in the general ledger.
  • Calculate depreciation for all fixed assets.
  • Review and update the detailed schedule of fixed assets and accumulated depreciation.
  • Calculate asset retirement obligations for those fixed assets to which AROs are applicable.
  • Investigate the potential obsolescence of fixed assets.
  • Conduct periodic impairment reviews for intangible assets.
  • Conduct periodic physical counts of fixed assets.
  • Recommend to management whether fixed assets should be disposed of.
  • Conduct analyses related to fixed assets as requested by management.
  • Prepare audit schedules relating to fixed assets, and assist the auditors in their inquiries.
  • Prepare property tax returns.
  • Represent the company during any audits by a government that involve fixed assets.
  • Track company expenditures for fixed assets in comparison to the capital budget and management authorizations.

Desired Qualifications: Proven working experience as an Accountant for 3-5 years. Previous experience with GP (fixed assets module specifically) preferred. Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance preferred.  Must be detail oriented. Japanese Bilingual skill.



Job ID:
342195

Dept ID:
124

Location:
Irvine, CA
United States of America

Industry:
Japanese / Japanese

Job Type:
Direct Hire Position
Folder Group ID
636

Posted Date:10/9/2018

Domain:arna

Contact: Risa.Mitsuhashi@advantageresourcing.com

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Job Title: Japanese Bilingual Accountant, Fixed Asset

Location: Irvine, CA

Job Type: Direct Hire Position

Reference ID: 342195

Posted Date: 10/9/2018

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