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Hiring Financial Staff With Quintessentially People

Quintessentially People sources experienced financial professionals for firms and offices around the world. Contact us to review your needs, and let us source the candidate who meets your specific needs and budget.

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Benefits of Hiring Financial Operations Employees with Quintessentially People

  • Records all financial transactions within business
  • Analyzes financial information to provide management recommendations
  • Prepare reports on ledger in preparation for audits or for internal use
  • Monitors budget and handles payroll
  • Quintessentially People can recruit for you no matter where you conduct business

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Financial Operations Recruitment

If your enterprise requires experienced financial operations staff to conduct day-to-day business, contact Quintessentially People. Quintessentially People recruits talented controllers, accountants, bookkeepers, analysts and other personnel who will keep your back office operating with accuracy and integrity.

Financial Staffing Services

Quintessentially People is the world’s leading staffing agency because we recruit professionals who work with high-performing individuals such as royalty, executives and politicians. You don’t need to be a celebrity to work with Quintessentially People, however — you’ll enjoy the same unparalleled service experience, regardless of your budget or staffing needs. In addition to financial operations staffing, Quintessentially People sources talent across diverse industries such as executive recruitment, property and household management, health and wellness, beauty and fashion, childcare, yacht and private aircraft staffing, and more. Explore your options with Quintessentially Staffing and discover why we’re highly regarded in global recruitment.

Bookkeeper Recruitment

An experienced bookkeeper assures a smooth financial operation of a small office. The bookkeeper records and classifies all financial transactions based on a chart of accounts, which the bookkeeper can create if one does not already exist. The bookkeeper should reconcile payments sent and received against cash balances, and resolve discrepancies promptly. If there are additional staff members, the bookkeeper should process paychecks, including payroll taxes and garnishments, or work with a third party provider that processes payroll. The bookkeeper may also assist with tax preparation and document filing. In all matters, the bookkeeper will follow generally accepted accounting procedures, and federal, state and local reporting requirements.

A well-qualified bookkeeper brings professional experience in accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, accounting, cash flow management and other areas specific to managing the books. Honesty, confidentiality, a detail-oriented nature and the patience to address complex accounting problems set the standard for professionalism in bookkeeping.

Accountant Staffing

The accountant records and analyzes financial information, and provides recommendations to management based on actual results. This information may or may not include information included on the P&L, balance sheet or cash flow statement. A qualified accountant has studied accounting at the college level for at least 4 years, and many certified accountants, CPAs, also have graduate level coursework. Accountants prepare and review regularly scheduled reports and ad hoc reports, and confidently work in software programs that manage the general ledger, accounts payable and receivable, and sometimes payroll. Accountants recommend policies and procedures, perform audits, assist during independent audits, and follow GAAP and federal, state and local laws at all times.

The ability to meet deadlines is an essential attribute of the accountant. Accountants are typically detail oriented. They must maintain confidentiality at all times, and feel comfortable working with and fact-checking numbers. Sound business sense, and the ability to anticipate problems while devising creative and legal solutions, separate the qualified candidate from the exceptional one.

Financial Controller Recruitment

The controller manages all aspects of the financial back office, including accounting, accounts payable and receivable, and sometimes payroll and related areas. The controller is responsible for the accuracy of all reporting and for ensuring that the business is following accepted accounting principles, and federal, state and local laws. The controller is also in charge of the business’s policies and procedures, creating rules where none exist, and its financial systems. An experienced controller maximizes return while minimizing risks, often through investments. Variance analysis, providing a statement of financial condition, and meeting budget objectives further define the controller’s job responsibilities.

The financial controller brings a strong background in accounting, including certification and years of experience, to the job. The controller must also demonstrate an expert grasp of accounting principles and legal requirements. Staying abreast of the latest rule changes is essential. The controller assures that staff members follow established procedures, guides staff members when necessary, and participates in financial planning with other senior operations executives.

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