Coordinator, Accounting

Company Name:
Cooper Standard Automotive
## Description
The ability to work from multiple systems, and remain focused on objectives to complete tasks accurately & efficiently.
Maintain a high level of integrity within the Sarbanes Oxley framework.
Troubleshooting within the Financial Shared Services scope as needed.
Development of business partnership with internal customers (operating plants).
Delivery of low cost /continuous improvement initiatives, and the utilization of information technology.
Processing master data requests for the vendor and/or customer master within a defined time frame.
1099 reporting/filing will be required.
Project work will be expected in this position.
Must be able to be cross-trained in other areas.
Daily adherence to all desk procedures.
Will practice and understand SOX narrative for each area trained in.
Suggest process improvements (standardization and simplification) as necessary.
Other projects & tasks as assigned by supervisor/manager.
Participate in cross-functional team process improvement initiatives as necessary (LEAN Office, Six Sigma, etc.)
## Qualifications
Associates Degree preferred; preferably in Business Admin. Or Accounting; OR
Equivalent experience in any of the related areas above.
Knowledge of Microsoft Windows and Microsoft office required.
Oral and written communications skills required. Associates will frequently be interacting with other Cooper-Standard Automotive associates ranging from the most senior executive to non-salaried associates in troubleshooting customer/vendor issues, and providing directions regarding document management.
Problem solving skills required. Troubleshooting all questions and resolution as necessary.
Associate must possess good to excellent keyboarding skills.
Associate must be able to multi-task while focusing on high productivity.
Job: Accounting
Primary Location: United States-Indiana-Auburn
Organization: Corporate
Schedule: Full-time
Job Posting: Aug 7, 2014, 3:48:15 PM
Unposting Date: Ongoing
Req ID: 14001641

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