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Senior Accountant

Woodson Incorporated provides forestry management and utility services to individuals, corporations and government agencies. The company is dedicated to customer satisfaction by providing safe and on-time services to ensure the continuation of the Woodson reputation, while at the same time arming its personnel with the most cutting edge technology.


Woodson Incorporated seeks an enthusiastic and motivated Senior Accountant to provide general accounting and support. The ideal candidate must be detail-oriented, able to manage time wisely and be able to use specialized ledgers and accounting software to record expenditures, receipts, payroll and other financial transactions. They must also provide excellent customer service, both internally and externally, as this position plays a key part in supporting management and project managers with administrative duties.

This is not an entry-level position and is a fast-paced environment.


 Typical Duties include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Billing / Audits
  • Job Cost/provide support to Project Managers and Management
  • Approve bank ACHs for Payroll and Expenses
  • Bank Reconciliation on a daily and/or monthly basis 
  • General Ledger Account Reconciliations
  • Provide support to Accounts Payable
  • Provide support to Payroll
  • Review Payroll
  • Profit Sharing/Bonus Checks
  • Review Payroll Deposits to ensure timely payment
  • Quarterly Deposit Review (Unemployment, State Taxes, FICA, etc.)
  • ​Monthly State Withholding Review to ensure timely payments
  • Participate in Woodson Weekly Meeting
  • Participate in all Accounting Dept Meetings
  • Communicate effectively with all employees, Customers and Vendors



 The Appropriate Candidate will have the following skills and experience:

  • Degree in Accounting
  • Three - Five years proven accounting experience
  • Knowledge and experience in GAAP accounting.
  • Experience with month-end close process.
  • Competency with MS Office, databases and accounting software
  • Proactive and high level of personal initiative.
  • Service oriented professional who measures success by supporting the success of the team.
  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills required. 


Salary commensurate on experience



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