• ACCOUNTANT

    Job Locations US-AL-BIRMINGHAM
    Category
    Accounting
  • Overview

    Independently applies the principles of accounting to maintain subsidiary ledgers and to prepare general ledger financial entries, reconciliations and reports.  Appropriately applies sound professional judgment and U.S. GAAP.  

    Responsibilities

    Maintain complete, accurate and timely records of fixed asset acquisitions, transfers and disposals in the FAS system for all operating companies and subsidiaries.  Calculate and record gain/loss on disposals.

     

    Ensure that fixed asset records are in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (U.S. GAAP) and Hibbett accounting policies.

     

    Maintain complete, accurate and timely records of construction in progress.

     

    Calculate and record book and tax depreciation expense for period, quarter, and end of fiscal year.

     

    Prepare monthly property rollforward and reconciliation of the subsidiary ledger to the general ledger fixed asset related accounts.

     

    Run and maintain period close, quarter close, and end of year fixed asset reports including depreciation expense, net book value, acquisitions, disposals, transfers, etc.  Cooperate with and assist external auditors in procedures over fixed assets.

     

    Prepare fixed asset accruals during quarter close and end of year close. 

     

    Maintain financial records of IT hardware depot assets and record related activity.

     

    Process Accounts Payable uploads.

     

    Participate in timely, accurate account reconciliations for designated general ledger accounts that may include certain cash balances, payroll withholdings, prepaid assets and accrued expenses. 

     

    Participate in generating financial data analytics as needed using advanced Excel functionality.

     

    Perform certain Sarbanes Oxley compliance testing procedures utilizing established processes requiring judgement and familiarity with the COSO framework. 

    Qualifications

    Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from an accredited four-year college or university in Accounting. In-depth knowledge of U.S. GAAP required.  Relevant accounting and/or retail experience preferred. 

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