Receptionist/Administrative Assistant For Small CPA firm in Fair Lawn, NJ
Prior Experience in Accounting or Law Office Preferred
Prior Knowledge of QuickBooks helpful.
First point of contact with all clients and other callers.
Friendly, personable, have a clear speaking voice and be customer service oriented.
Accuracy and confidentiality as well as meeting deadlines are of utmost importance.
Detail-oriented, well organized, and able to multi-task and prioritize. Strong time-management skills.
Will train to assemble tax returns of various types and prepare client CD copies, and use other industry-specific tax software to scan in documentation and print out tax related forms. Will also train in the use of Time & Billing software, but prior experience in any capacity with these types of programs is preferred.
Need to work well, both independently and with others and follow specific procedures and directions for accuracy, efficiency and quality control in processing tax returns.
Will need to file both physical files alphabetically and label electronic files with proper descriptions.
Use Word, Excel, Access, Outlook on a regular basis to prepare bills and correspondences and maintain our data base of clients and contacts.
Maintain proper inventory of tax supplies, office supplies and marketing supplies. Independently monitor timing of ordering based on seasonality, discounts available, etc.
Must have car – need to drive to Post Office and other nearby locations daily.
5-day-9am-5pm work week - most of the year
5-day-9am-6pm work week during Tax Season from Jan – April 15
Occasional weekend days may be required towards the end of tax season.
Back to work and Early Retirees, welcome.
Benefits include Health Insurance & Retirement Plan
Salary commensurate with experience
Friendly, comfortable work environment
*NOTE: Employment offer will be made subject to background check & employment verification.
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