The SEC Reporting manager will oversee all financial reporting and SEC Compliance for the company
SEC Reporting Manager Opportunity
Creative Financial Staffing has recently partnered with a local company located in Houston, TX. Are you ready to join this incredible team?
About the SEC Reporting Manager Opportunity:
- Company that’s been in business over 80 Years!
- Our client is a growth oriented firm dedicated to providing technology used to enhance production.
- This organization provides services to the world’s major, national, and independent oil companies.
Perks of the SEC Reporting Manager role?
- Visible & Direct point of contact with Controller
- Career development opportunities
- Great Benefits Package
Overview of the SEC Manager role:
- The development and presentation of financial statements in conformance with US GAAP and IFRS for Governmental agencies, the management and outside auditors.
- Responsible in providing technical accounting guidance to the executive management, operations and other key stakeholders;
- Responsible for preparing and presenting impact assessment (technical memo) of accounting guidance comes to effect;
- Manage and preparing response to the comment letter from the SEC or the AFM.
- Verification of Earnings Press Releases. Ensuring that all required SEC filings are completed timely and accurately.
- Responsible in reviewing of the quarterly presentation materials to the operational management, executive management and board members. Involved in the monthly forecast reports reviewing process.
- Involved in other special/global projects, such as business acquisition, restructuring and global intercompany projects.
- Coordinate the updates and revisions to the Company Accounting Policies & Procedures;
- Responsible for reviewing of all Governmental Surveys and reports for the U.S.
- Available to travel (10% – 15%).
- Available to work overtime as needed to meet deadlines, especially during quarter and year end reporting.
Preferred Qualifications for the SEC Reporting Manager :
- 5 years out of public accounting firm