A large media company is looking for a Production Accountant for a leave of absence. Only serious candidates please apply.
location: Glendale, California
job type: Contract
salary: $20 - 26 per hour
work hours: 9 to 6
education: High School
experience: 1 Years
Process paperwork and maintain files accurately and timely: - Weekly EP Payroll processing and distribution - Print and distribute weekly crew timecards - Transfer crew to designated shows based on TIPS and Staffing Profile - Onboard crew from other shows or new hires - Accounts Payable, including Vendor Setup - SAG payroll as needed - Journal entries as requested - Start paperwork for new employees and Term paperwork for exiting employees - Comply with all procedures for Invoices, Checks and Timecard approvals - Elevate Problems to Production Accountants when necessary - Provide Production Accountants with possible solutions to problems presented - Identify possible job efficiencies - Consistently communicate professionally, clearly, concisely, timely and accurately with Production Accountants, Vendors, Casting, HR, Payroll and Production Employees
Payroll accounting experience, especially working with Entertainment Partners - Working knowledge of union pay requirements (e.g. Local 839, Local 700, SAG) - Must be able to maintain confidentiality and security of confidential payroll data - Comfortable working in Excel - Strong communication skills Desired Characteristics: - Knowledge of Animation process/Animation industry experience - Highly organized, flexible, team player - Strong time management skills
skills: MS Office
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