Finance Administrator Job Description

This Finance Administrator job description template can be posted to online job forums and career pages to recruit candidates. The Finance Administrator job description, its requirements, and responsibilities, given in this template can be modified according to the specific need of your company.

Key Responsibilities

  • Regularly register and update all transactions on spreadsheets
  • Manage cash flow activities of all accounts
  • Review as well as process reimbursements

Job Statement

We are hiring a qualified Finance Administrator for organizing the daily accounting operations of our company.

What does a Finance Administrator do?

Your responsibility would be to prepare monthly/quarterly/annual financial reports, maintain records of all transactions as well as process reimbursements. Your ultimate goal would be to help us allocate and manage our resources effectively.

In order to succeed in this role, you must have sound knowledge of all bookkeeping activities and a solid background in Finance. 

Job Requirements

  • At least a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, or a related field
  • Professional certification (e.g. CPA or CFA)
  • Prior experience as a Finance Assistant, Finance Administrator, or a similar role
  • Experience with accounting software (e.g. FreshBooks, QuickBooks, etc.)
  • Experience in working with MS Excel, especially financial Excel functions, charts, spreadsheets, etc.
  • Sound knowledge of all bookkeeping procedures
  • Management and organizational skills
  • Strong communication skills and a keen eye for details
  • An analytical mind with a problem-solving attitude

Job Responsibilities

  • Regularly registering and updating all transactions on spreadsheets
  • Managing cash flow activities of all accounts
  • Reviewing as well as processing reimbursements
  • Reporting financial projections (e.g. cash flow, liquidity, etc.)
  • Collaborating with the payroll department
  • Identifying and resolving discrepancies regarding accounts and payments
  • Managing the company’s liabilities, such as insurance premium
  • Keeping all tax payments and invoices on record
  • Maintaining accurate reports of financial metrics, investments, growth rates, return on assets, etc.
  • Preparing, maintaining, and modifying budgets

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