Senior Manager II - Accounting Services, Global Shared Services

Position Description
Develops and drives complex strategic initiatives and process improvement in area of responsibility (for example, Accounts Payable, Account Receivable, Payroll, General Ledger).
Develops and drives the execution of complex processes and controls to protect company assets.
Supports the financial performance of multiple large business areas.
Oversees month-end closing activities, reconciliations, Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) Act compliance, and audit findings for all transactional accounting.
Drives the execution of multiple business plans and projects.
Provides supervision and development opportunities for associates.
Promotes and supports company policies, procedures, mission, values, and standards of ethics and integrity.
Ensures business needs are being met by evaluating the ongoing effectiveness of current plans, programs, and initiatives.
Minimum Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field and 5 years experience in accounting, finance, or related field OR 7 years experience in
accounting, finance, or related field.
4 years of supervisory experience.
Additional Preferred Qualifications
Master's degree in Business Administration (MBA) or related field.
6 years supervisory experience.
Project Management certification.
Certified Public Accountant (CPA).
Certified Internal Auditor (CIA).
Employment Type:
Full Time
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Company Summary
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (NYSE: WMT) serves customers and members more than 208 million times per week at more than 8,600 retail units under 59 different banners in 15 countries. With fiscal year 2010 sales of $405 billion, Wal-Mart employs more than 2 million associates worldwide.

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