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The best bookkeepers are also keen project managers who have the ability to communicate well with others, including clients, vendors and other team members throughout the record-keeping lifecycle.

  • Accuracy and attention to detail in record gathering, data input and reporting is crucial for this role.
  • An ability to understand the relationship of financial information dynamics and a knack for how to communicate this to the team and clients in an efficient, concise and accurate manner.


  • A bookkeeper for a professional services firm needs to have a least two years of background in a professional office setting, using project management software,
  • solid knowledge of document management,
  • familiarity with a highly computerized working environment,
  • working knowledge of Portable Document Form (PDF) software,
  • strong organization and communication skills, and;
  • working knowledge of common bookkeeping programs (i.e. QuickBooks desktop, QuickBooks Online, SAGE 50, Wave, etc.).

Key Requirements and Expectations

  • A willingness to learn.
  • Communicate with clients in a friendly plain language manner.
  • Filing and retrieval of documents (paper and electronic).
  • Working knowledge of common bookkeeping programs with the ability to learn new software as required.
  • Payroll and account reconciliation preparation in accordance with appointed deadlines.

Knowledge of the following software is considered an advantage: Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel. Quick Books, Profile, Adobe PDF, Infusionsoft, Caseware, and Management Standards.

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