Inventory Accountant For a Chemical Manufacturer

Job Description

We are looking for an Inventory Accountant For A Chemical Manufacturer to join our team! You will be responsible for preparing and analyzing financial records for our company. 


  • Create and enter purchase orders for raw material purchases into the financial system

  • Match and receive shipping documents for raw material purchases and enter into financial system

  • Coordinate cycle counts and analyze and resolve count errors, enter and post counts in financial system

  • Perform product transfer between warehouses in financial system

  • Create and maintain inventory items in financial system

  • Ensure accurate conversions of unit of measures for purchase and usage

  • Perform accounts payable functions - coding of invoices, entering invoices, selecting checks for payment, issue checks to vendors

  • Reconcile purchasing and payables accounts

  • Reconcile goods received not invoiced liability account

  • Analyze the cost fo goods sold monthly to ensure accuracy of the P&L

  • Setup of new parts and items in financial system

  • Perform processing manufacturing entries in financial system

  • Prepare account reconciliations and month-end work papers


  • Bachelor degree with major in accounting

  • Minimum 5 years working in similar role

  • Intermediate to advanced level working with Excel (pivot tables, v-lookups, advanced formulas)

  • Self-starter and ability to work independently

  • Excellent problem solving ability

  • Strong analytical ability

Company Description
Integrity Bio-Chem's base of operations is strategically located in Cresson, TX, ensuring our products are rapidly and efficiently manufactured and delivered to our customers. By investing in a facility in Central Texas dedicated exclusively to supporting the energy and industrial markets, Integrity Bio-Chem is able to focus entirely on our mission of providing innovative chemical solutions that support our customer's objectives of improving performance and reducing costs.

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