Old Town Alexandria-based real estate investment and real estate sales company seeks a highly qualified Accountant for immediate consideration for a part-time position (three days per week). Company engages in real estate investment activities and real estate sales activities and has intercompany transactions.
Qualified applicants should possess the following minimum education and work experience:
B.S. Degree in Accounting
Accounting courses up to and including intermediate accounting
At least two years of accounting experience as a mid-level Accountant with a small to mid-size company
Have extensive hands-on experience working with QuickBooks Online as well as QuickBooks Desktop
Have working knowledge of and be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite (I.e.- Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Have working knowledge and experience in preparing and analyzing financial statements
Have experience working with and reporting to Executive level personnel
Position reports to President and General Manager
Qualified candidates should posses the following interpersonal and communications skills:
Work well with others in a team environment - proactive, taking on new assignments willingly
Able to work independently with minimal guidance and be able to work problem-solve
Have excellent verbal and written communication skills
Work with outside CPA periodically to ensure that books are in order for quarterly and year-end financial statement management review and year-end tax preparation
Position is scheduled to pay a range between $25/hr. to $33/hr. for up to a three day per week schedule. Additional paid work hours may be required from time to time during peak work flows. Positive work environment with opportunity for you to contribute to the success of the company.
For consideration, please email your resume to our company at
(outside CPA). Qualified applicants will be contacted promptly.

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