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Revenue Accountant

We are currently searching for an experienced Revenue Accountant to join our client's Finance Team.  The successful candidate in this role will work closely with the corporate and divisional finance teams to help analyze revenue accounting impacts for multi-element customer arrangements, process revenue transactions and prepare monthly close activities for all revenue related accounts. Essential Responsibilities: Review order paperwork for arrangements and prepare related Fair Value Calculations. This includes working with the Commercial Pricing, Contracts, Sales and Project Management teams, as appropriate Prepare and maintain master revenue and deferred cost files (Product, PCS, Maintenance and Support) including preparation of completeness control checks Initiate monthly revenue accounting close activities, including preparation of revenue and cost journal entries, analysis of deferred revenue and unbilled A/R, roll forward of account activity, account reconciliations and fluctuation analyses Execute SOX key controls around revenue recognition procedures Prepare complex deal accounting packages Prepare VSOE, BESP and SSP models ensuring ongoing compliance for the purposes of revenue recognition Participate with the implementation of revenue related accounting policies and procedures Document conclusions with the assistance of revenue team for complex, multi-element sales contracts to support compliance with applicable authoritative literature (ASC 605 and 985 and ASC 606) Work on ad hoc projects as assigned by the Revenue Accounting Manager Required Skills:  Bachelor's Degree in Accounting CPA is preferred 4+ years' experience - Public accounting experience or corporate experiencerequired Understanding of revenue recognition standards related to hardware and software Excellent analytical skills - Proficiency in MS Excel Ability to manage multiple priorities NetSuite a plus
Salary Range: $86K - $97K
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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