CFO (Chief Financial Officer) hasprimarily responsibility for managing the financial risks of the business or agency. This officer is also responsible for financial planning and record-keeping, as well as financial reporting to higher management. The title is equivalent to finance director , a common title in the United Kingdom . The CFO typically reports to the chief executive officer .
Controller oversees day-to-day accounting operations, internal controls, financial planning and reporting and analysis.
Public Accountant/CPA are practiced in the system of recording, verifying, and reporting of the value of assets, liabilities, income, and expenses in the books of account ledger to which debit and credit entries are posted to record changes in value. Most such positions also require the CPA (Certified Public Accountant) designation for the candidate.
Accounts Receivable Clerk is responsible for preparing aging reports, placing billing and collection calls, and maintaining receipt journals. Responsibilities also include researching and resolving customer issues.
Accounts Payable Clerk is responsible for what a company owes to its suppliers, but has yet to pay. Processes invoices for suppliers of items purchased after a product or service has already been received.
Staff Accountant prepares monthly financial statements, performs month-end closing activities, and monitors cost and capital spending activity.
Finance & Credit Manager oversees staff, and is responsible for providing financial advice and support to local business management.