REASURY ACCOUNTANT I MEDIOR
Treasury accountants monitor cash flow, create financial reports, verify figures, and prepare financial forecasts. Banks and financial institutions hire treasury accountants to work full-time shifts, usually during daytime weekday hours with no, or few, evenings and weekends required.
Though treasury accountants ultimately report to the treasury manager, these professionals work with little supervision and function as part of a larger financial team.
Treasury accountants may travel to different branch locations to perform their job duties but typically work in office environments within financial institutions.
The duties required of treasury accountants vary based on their financial institution and the number of accounts they work with on a regular basis.
However, these core responsibilities are common in most businesses :
Monitor Cash Balances
Treasury accountants monitor daily cash balances and determine cash requirements needed to cover losses and payments.
Treasury accountants verify that invoices have been paid.
Treasury accountants verify accounts receivable paperwork to balance accounts and ensure that all figures match payment information.
Gather Year-End Information
Treasury accountants gather and compile all year-end financial data to audit figures and determine various financial trends.
Treasury accountants design forecasts predicting the company’s financial future and current financial trends.
Write Financial Data Reports
Treasury accountants write regular reports based on financial data showing incoming and outgoing figures, as well as other relevant information.
Treasury accountants manage investment accounts and create detailed reports showing gains and losses.