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Accounting Temporary Staffing

Genesis Accounting Temps is Southern California’s leading provider of Temporary and Temporary to Hire Accounting and Finance professionals.  We provide, AP, AR, General Accounting and Finance professionals to multi level companies in the San Fernando Valley and surrounding areas.

All Genesis Staffing Associates, complete an in depth skill set evaluation, face to face interview, and reference screen process, allowing our placement managers the ability to match our candidates unique skill set with our client companies immediate employment opportunity. Our ability to deliver a highly skilled performer in today’s technically advanced market place enables us to meet the high demand our client companies, offering a productive and efficient work environment, and instantaneous cost savings to the bottom line.

Genesis Staffing Accounting Temps also offers web based candidate sourcing tools.  Job seekers can register with Genesis Staffing on line.

For more information or to speak with a Staffing Specialists about your project needs contact us at (800) 995-5918

Our expert staffing managers, have direct experience in the field and will help place you in a position that is right for your skills.

We provide:

  • Placement with many of the best employers
  • Assignments from a few days up to years
  • Career development and professional counseling
  • Training and career development
  • Access to health care and insurance packages

Apply today or view more about working for Genesis Office Temps.

  • Health/Benefits/Insurance
  • Holiday Pay
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Referral bonuses
  • Bonus pay
  • Online training

The advantages of utilizing temporary administrative professionals are many. Our professional and friendly staff,  who have direct administrative experience in, office technology and administrative fields, can assist you to get immediate help with highly-skilled talent.
Genesis Office Temps is a diversity supplier leader of administrative industry's resources on hiring and employment trends. We can provide management-related information to our Employers with online resources such salary guides, valuable market place information,  as well as addressing  topics such as business etiquette and the future workplace. Our online resources offer advice for every stage of the employment process, from recruiting and retention to motivating employees and resolving challenges.

For more information about our professional services and resources, please contact or offices at 800-995-5918  today.

Accounting Clerk
Accounting clerk positions are usually entry-level. Candidates should have solid interpersonal skills, as well as proficiency with Microsoft Office applications. A high school diploma or equivalent is required.  Matching invoices to purchase orders or vouchers.  Performing data entry.  Assisting with the processing of accounts payable and accounts receivable.

Accounts Payable Manager
Accounts payable managers should have solid communication, organizational and interpersonal skills. Candidates for these positions generally have at least five years of experience and advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office applications; Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems knowledge is also valuable. Companies prefer a college degree in accounting or a related area, but it is usually not required.  Supervising the accounts payable department.  Preparing accruals and reconciling to the general ledger.  Maintaining cash requirements schedules and accounts payable aging analysis.  Performing general ledger posting and monthly/year-end reconciliations.

Accounts Payable Clerk
Accounts payable clerk positions often are entry-level, although many firms prefer at least some previous experience. Candidates for these roles should have strong communication, customer service and organizational skills. Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications is expected; familiarity with additional software programs is valued. Companies expect a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent.  Matching, batching, coding and entering invoices.  Entering, posting and reconciling batches.  Researching and resolving accounts payable or accounts receivable issues with customers or vendors.  Updating and reconciling sub-ledger to the general ledger.  Maintaining cash applications, account reconciliations, chargebacks.

Accounts Receivable Manager
Individuals pursuing accounts receivable manager roles should have solid communication, organizational and interpersonal skills. Companies expect proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and usually look for at least five years' experience in accounts receivable. A college degree in accounting or a related area is preferred, but it is not usually a requirement.  Supervising the accounts receivable, collections and billing departments.  Preparing accruals and reconciling to the general ledger.  Performing general ledger posting and monthly/year-end reconciliations.  Preparing aging reports.

Accounts Receivable Clerk
Accounts receivable clerk positions often are entry-level, although many firms prefer at least some previous experience. Candidates for these roles should have strong communication, customer service and organizational skills. Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications is expected; familiarity with additional software programs is valued. Companies expect a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent.  Matching, batching, coding and entering invoices.  Entering, posting and reconciling batches.  Researching and resolving accounts payable or accounts receivable issues with customers or vendors.  Updating and reconciling sub-ledger to the general ledger.  Maintaining cash applications, account reconciliations, chargebacks.

Credit Analyst
Corporations seek commercial credit analysts who have strong communication, organizational and multi-tasking abilities, as well as proficiency with Microsoft Office applications. Candidates generally must possess a bachelor's degree in accounting or finance.  Suggesting credit limitations to bank management.  Contacting banks, credit-reporting firms, sales departments and other areas to obtain credit information.  Examining and maintaining the credit history of customer companies.  Compiling results and preparing reports for customers.

Billing Manager/Supervisor
Billing managers or supervisors should have strong communication and customer service skills. Candidates for these positions generally need at least five years of billing experience. A college degree in accounting or a related area is preferred. Knowledge of Microsoft Office and electronic payment and remittance systems is essential.  Supervising the billing department.  Reconciling billing accounts to the general ledger.  Interfacing with the accounts receivable and purchasing departments.  Ensuring the accuracy of invoicing.

Billing Clerk
Candidates for these positions should have knowledge of Microsoft Office applications and excellent communication, customer service and organizational skills. Billing clerk positions often are entry-level, although many firms prefer at least some previous experience. A high school diploma or equivalent is required.  Processing bills.  Preparing journal entries of adjustments to billings.  Communicating with customers regarding billing adjustments.

Full-Charge Bookkeepers (including Financial Statements)
Full-charge bookkeepers need to be self-starters who are able to multi-task effectively. Strong communication, organizational and customer service skills are essential. Technology expertise demands vary by company but may include proficiency with such applications as Microsoft Excel, QuickBooks or Peachtree. A high school diploma or equivalent is required. Businesses often seek candidates with at least five years' experience, although expectations differ significantly by firm.  Preparing financial statements.  Processing accounts payable and accounts receivable.  Managing bank and general ledger reconciliations, as well as payroll processing.  Preparing quarterly tax filings.  Performing month end closings.  Tracking fixed assets and preparing depreciation schedules.  Supervising accounting clerks and junior bookkeepers.  Preparing the trial balance.

Full-Charge Bookkeepers (General Ledger)
Full-charge bookkeepers need to be self-starters who are able to multi-task. Strong communication, organizational and customer service skills are essential. Technology expertise demands vary by company but may include proficiency with such applications as Microsoft Excel, QuickBooks or Peachtree. A high school diploma or equivalent is expected. Businesses often seek at least five years' experience, although requirements differ significantly by firm.  Processing accounts payable and accounts receivable.  Managing bank and general ledger reconciliations, as well as payroll processing.  Tracking fixed assets and preparing depreciation schedules.  Supervising accounting clerks and entry-level bookkeepers.  Preparing the trial balance.  Performing month-end closings.

Bookkeeper
Candidates for bookkeeper positions should have solid communication, organizational and customer service skills. Technology expertise demands vary by company but may include proficiency with such applications as Microsoft Excel, QuickBooks or Peachtree. A high school diploma or equivalent is expected. Businesses often seek at least three years' experience, although requirements differ significantly by firm.  Processing accounts payable and accounts receivable.  Managing bank reconciliations and payroll processing.  Posting journal entries.

Cost Accounting Manage
Cost accounting managers must have strong communication, interpersonal, analytical and technology skills. Businesses seek individuals with at least five years' experience and a bachelor's degree in accounting or finance. An accreditation such as certified public accountant (CPA) or certified management accountant (CMA) is highly valued.  Supervising the cost and inventory departments.  Developing cost standards for materials and labor.  Designing and implementing cost accounting systems.  Analyzing production costs and recommending changes.

Cost Accountant
Cost accountants at this level need solid organizational, communication, problem solving and research abilities. Companies also seek strong technology skills, including proficiency with Microsoft Excel and experience with Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems. A bachelor's degree in accounting or finance is required.  Monitoring unit cost variance.  Implementing cost standards for materials and labor.  Preparing cost-of-goods-sold and production reports.  Reconciling beginning raw-materials, work-in-progress and finished-goods stock.

Credit Manager/Supervisor
Individuals pursuing these positions need strong analytical, communication, negotiation and interpersonal skills. Credit manager or supervisor positions generally require at least five years' credit or collections experience. Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications is essential. Many companies prefer candidates who possess a bachelor's degree in accounting, finance or business administration.  Reviewing and implementing credit policies and procedures.  Supervising credit and collections staff.  Preparing cash flow projections.  Reviewing daily cash balances.  Selecting collection agencies to pursue problem accounts.  Reviewing accounts receivable aging reports and outstanding loans.

Assistant Credit Manager
Candidates for assistant credit manager positions need strong analytical, communication, negotiation and interpersonal skills. Companies generally look for at least four years' experience in credit or collections. Many employers seek applicants who have earned a bachelor's degree in accounting or a related area.  Evaluating consumer and/or commercial credit.  Preparing weekly and monthly reports including the Hold report, New Application Process report, accounts receivable Summary and Cash Applications report.  Working closely with the accounts receivable department manager on chargeback issues.  Supervising credit and collections staff.

Credit or Collections Clerk
Credit or collections clerk positions are often entry-level, although many firms seek up to several years of experience. Candidates should have excellent customer service, negotiation and communication skills. An associate's or bachelor's degree in accounting or a related area is preferred but generally is not required.  Creating and maintaining credit history files.  Responding to credit inquiries.  Making collection calls/follow-ups.

Financial Analyst
Candidates for financial analyst positions need strong technology abilities, including experience with Microsoft Excel and database applications. They should possess a bachelor's degree in accounting or finance. Proficiency with enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems is also useful, in addition to good organizational and communication skills.  Assisting with budget, cost and variance analyses.  Ensuring proper allocation of overhead charges.  Helping with financial planning and modeling.  Assisting with the preparation of operating budgets.

Payroll Manager/Supervisor
Individuals pursuing these positions should have strong communication, interpersonal and organizational skills. Payroll managers or supervisors generally need at least five years' payroll experience, in addition to a bachelor's degree in accounting or finance. A certified payroll professional (CPP) designation is valuable. Firms also seek proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and automated payroll processing services.  Supervising payroll staff.  Ensuring compliance with current government regulations.  Establishing and implementing policies on such matters as garnishments and payroll advancements to employees.  Preparing government reporting.  Preparing accruals and reconciling to the general ledger.

Payroll Administrator
Candidates for payroll administrator positions must have strong technical skills, including proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and automated payroll processing services. Payroll administrators usually need at least two years of payroll experience and a high school diploma or equivalent. Payroll administrators also should possess excellent communication and problem-solving abilities.  Processing payroll.  Reconciling payroll sub-ledger to the general ledger.  Remitting taxes and governmental reporting.  Preparing monthly, quarterly and year-end payroll statements.  Administering benefits and the registered retirement plan.

Payroll Clerk
Payroll clerk positions often are entry-level, although many companies prefer at least some previous payroll experience. Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications is a basic requirement; however, firms hiring experienced staff also seek automated payroll processing systems knowledge. Payroll clerks should have a high school diploma or equivalent and solid communication, customer service and organizational skills.  Performing data entry and reconciling timecards.  Distributing paychecks and statements to department managers.  Answering inquiries from employees and vendors.

Staff Accountant
Companies seek self-starters who possess an attention to detail and solid communication skills for staff accountant positions. Candidates must have a bachelor's degree in accounting or finance. Strong technology skills are critical, particularly expertise with Microsoft Excel.  Reviewing general ledger accounts and correcting journal entries.  Performing account analysis and reconciliation, including bank statements and intercompany general ledger accounts.  Maintaining the general ledger chart of accounts.  Conducting initial internal control evaluations  Ascertaining whether company assets are properly accounted for and safeguarded from loss.  Posting monthly, quarterly and yearly accruals

Tax Accountant

Candidates for these positions must possess a bachelor's degree in accounting Companies seek individuals who have polished negotiation, organizational, research and communication skills. They also expect proficiency with Microsoft Excel and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems.  Researching tax laws and regulations.  Completing various corporate tax returns.  Providing assistance during tax audits.  Responding to notices from tax authorities.