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Description & Requirements


The staff accountant position will be responsible for month-end closing entries and reconciliations within the Consolidations team and handling day-to-day interactions with other departments, subsidiaries, affiliates, and the finance & accounting team to ensure internal customer questions are handled timely and efficiently.

A Day in The Life Typically Includes:

  • Maintain proper support and backup for the General Ledger Reconciliations.
  • Consolidate Goodwill, Intangibles, Debt, AFDA and Lease Liability rollforwards.
  •  Prepare FX analysis of affiliate notes balances and ensure accuracy over our revaluation entries and processes.
  • Prepare and analyze quarterly Cumulative Translation Adjustments (CTA)
  • Assist in the monthly forecast and annual budget.
  • Assist in the preparation of audit documents.
  • Assist and lead in various ad-hoc projects for new reporting requirements or as needed from other departments.
  • Liaison with various global shared service centers including accounting, tax and treasury, intercompany, and legal groups as well as our parent company and external auditors.
  • Assisting our financial reporting team as needed with an integral role in the monthly closing process.
  • Identify accounting problems, research possible solutions, and summarize conclusions to present to Manager.

·       Offer suggestions for efficiencies within our procedures to improve function, review time, and close time.

What You Will Need:

Basic Qualifications:

·       BS in Accounting required.

·       2 or more years of relevant work experience. 

·       Advanced level of Excel proficiency required.

·       Able to work under the pressure of deadlines with multiple priorities for multiple managers.

·       Initiative to research, and present findings, issues & recommendations to management.

What Will Put You Ahead?

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Preferred experience for this position includes familiarity with:
    • Reporting on multiple entities, countries, and currencies. 
    • Understanding of loan amortization schedules.
    • Foreign currency and understanding of translation versus remeasurement.

Location: Hybrid, US (Alpharetta, GA 1-3 days in the office)

About Infor

Infor delivers end-to-end ERP and strategic edge applications that are integrated and delivered in a multi-tenant cloud. We believe that customers need industry-specific solutions and that one size does not fit all. We are proud to serve more than 68,000 companies worldwide. Infor is a standalone subsidiary of Koch Industries, Inc., which has annual revenues of over $110 billion. For more information visit

Infor Values:

Our Guiding Principles set the standard for how we work with one another. They define who we are as an organization and guide everything we do. By applying the same shared values that unleash prosperity in free societies—such as value creation, integrity, responsibility, free speech, and toleration—we encourage one another to take initiative and to challenge the status quo.


We have a relentless commitment to a culture based on a business philosophy called Principle Based Management™ (PBM™). Informed by the principles that allow a free and open society to flourish, PBM™ prepares individuals to innovate, improve, and transform while fostering a healthy, growing organization that creates long-term value for its clients and supporters and fulfillment for its employees. 

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