The Capital Asset Accountant will play a vital role in the Controller’s department. The job of a Capital Asset Accountant lies in monitoring the capital assets of the organization including keeping track of the Company’s capital assets for initial recognition, disposals, and changes in the Company’s books and records. The Capital Asset Accountant will also be primarily responsible for planning and forecasting of future asset spend and tracking actual spend versus budget and forecast. This position will facilitate the Company’s internal controls around capital assets including asset approvals, depreciation review, and developing strong processes around the Company’s capital asset processes.
This role will provide exposure to many different areas of the business and allow for direct relationships with leaders of the company.
We are a growing team helping to drive decision-making in a growing business, and we are always looking for new and better ways to perform our functions.
Driving an efficient process for managing capital assets
Initial recognition of capital assets
Monitoring of capital assets for changes or disposals
Calculation and review of depreciation
Reconciliation of the capital asset accounts
Facilitate planning and forecasting of capital spend
Ensure company compliance with capital asset internal controls
Key member and secretary of the company’s capital committee
Responsible for budget and forecast versus actual explanations
Assist with external financial statement audits
Ownership of personal property tax records as they relate to capital assets. Assist in tax reporting and tax audits as they arise.
Perform ad-hoc analyses and projects as needed
While this is not a supervisory position with direct reports leadership opportunities will be common. Supporting the finance group and operational business partners will require ownership of all aspects of capital assets. A detail-oriented and organized individual is best-suited for this role. Individuals seeking this position should be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment and have strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills. This position reports directly to the Controller and will have many learning and growth opportunities.
This job will be performed in a mix of the corporate office building and remote from home. We work collaboratively as a team and are in regular communication even when remote.
Required Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree in accounting with a detailed understanding of US GAAP
Minimum three years of experience in an accounting environment, preferably with prior capital asset accounting experience
Demonstrated success working independently and collaboratively
Strong project management, analytical, investigative, and problem-solving skills
High degree of proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Excel
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Analytical and investigative mindset and skills
Experience preparing journal entries, account reconciliations, and budget analyses
Preferred Education and Experience
Experience with SAP and Hyperion/Oracle Cloud
Experience using reporting software or writing reports
Bob’s Discount Furniture is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to reasonably accommodating qualified persons with disabilities to enable them to perform the essential duties of their position.