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JOINN Biologics (JOINN Bio) is a Bay Area, California-based company that is committed to the advancement of biopharmaceutics through its premier contract development and manufacturing services for biologics and advanced therapies. JOINN Biologics aims to provide a complete range of services from early custom development to clinical manufacturing to our global clients. We will work closely with our partners and clients to further accelerate the development of high-quality biologics and deliver long-lasting value to the biopharmaceutical industry.

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Current Openings

We are looking for highly motivated and determined individuals.

  • Toggle Career Information Accounts Payable and Payroll Specialist

    JOINN Biologics is a Bay Area, California-based company that is committed to the advancement of biopharmaceutics through its premier contract development and manufacturing services for biologics and advanced therapies. JOINN Biologics aims to provide a complete range of services from early custom development to clinical manufacturing to our global clients. We work closely with our partners and clients
    to further accelerate the development of high-quality biologics and deliver long-lasting value to the biopharmaceutical industry.

    We are seeking an Accounts Payable and Payroll Specialist with demonstrated experience in both
    Accounts Payable and Payroll to come JOINN US and support our growing family!

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    Accounts Payable

    • Analyze, verify (two-way and three-way match), and process invoices and/or check requests promptly
    • Review to ensure proper routing, coding, and approval
    • Ensure invoices are posted timely, on a weekly basis
    • Pay vendors in accordance with Company policy and Company and vendor terms
    • Process full-cycle payment run
    • Process prepaid invoices and deposits
    • Complete month-end accrual compilation
    • Complete monthly goods receipt / inventory receipt reconciliation
    • Assist with Accounting, management, and auditor requests
    • Maintain exceptional relationships with vendors and personnel
    • Other duties as assigned

    Payroll

    • Process full-cycle biweekly and semimonthly payroll for 100+ employees across multiple entities and locations, including off-cycle payroll as needed, in accordance with applicable local, state, and federal law and as well as best practices
    • Ensure timely and accurate delivery of payroll, related reporting, and General Ledger entries
    • Communicate with employees and managers to verify and complete time card, time off request, and job costing entries and approvals in accordance with Company policy and procedure, best practices, and applicable state and federal law
    • Maintain paid leave accruals, deductions, and balances
    • Manage 401(k) deductions and contributions in accordance with applicable law, best practices, and GAAP accounting principles
    • Prepare reporting for, audit, and support auditing of authorized payroll and retirement entries, earnings, deductions, and other items, such as allowances, health benefits, 401(k), FSA, workers’ compensation, and paid leave
    • Assist with HR, management, personnel, and auditor requests
    • Maintain exceptional relationships with vendors and personnel
    • Other duties as assigned

    Required Qualifications:

    • BA degree in Business, Accounting, Finance, HR, or related.
    • 3+ years’ accounts payable experience
    • 2+ years’ full-cycle hourly Payroll experience using an automated system
    • Demonstrated, hands-on QuickBooks experience with Inventory, Accounts Payable, and General Ledger coding query
    • Thorough knowledge of Accrual, Prepaid, and Goods Receipt / Inventory Receipt reconciliation
    • Paychex Payroll experience and/or strong experience with other Payroll software and ability to learn new software
    • Strong knowledge of applicable state and federal laws, regulations, and best practices, including wage and hour law
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office, including Excel, Outlook, and Word
    • Demonstrated analytical, organizational, and problem-solving skills
    • Strong attention to detail and ability to maintain a high level of accuracy
    • Ability to work independently and collaborate as part of a team
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills
    • Commitment to deliver results in a timely manner
    • Demonstrated customer service and interpersonal skills

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Manufacturing Industry experience preferred
    • Combination of both large & small company experience

     

    Equal Opportunity Employer. We offer the successful candidate a competitive compensation and benefits package.


    Location: Richmond, CA 94806
    Work authorization: United States (Required)

    To apply, send your CV to [email protected].

  • Toggle Career Information Quality Control, Microbiology Department – Analyst II / Senior Analyst

    • JOINN Bio is looking for highly motivated and determined individuals with expertise in microbiology to join our quality team.
    • The successful candidate will perform both Microbiological Testing and Environmental Monitoring of clinical manufacturing process samples.
    • Role as either an Analyst II or Senior Analyst will be decided depending on level of experience and qualification

    The Role:

    Reporting to Quality Control Management, the Analyst II / Senior Analyst position for the Quality Control Microbiology Department will be responsible for performing microbiological testing and sampling for the Environmental Monitoring program. The Analyst II will play a critical role in implementing, maintaining, and improving JOINN Biological US Inc.’s microbiology department at JOINN Bio’s Richmond, CA CDMO manufacturing facility. This position may require off-shift hours including nights and weekend.

    Here’s What You’ll Do:

    • Effectively coordinate the execution of the environmental and critical utility monitoring program for the Richmond, CA manufacturing site
    • Perform microbiological testing such as Bioburden, Conductivity, TOC, and Endotoxin per USP guidelines
    • Collaborate effectively across all departments to meet key objectives
    • Conduct technical assessments of deviations and investigations
    • Conduct routine trend analysis of environmental monitoring data and prepare associated trend reports
    • Assist in development, implementation and maintenance of general laboratory operational systems in accordance with cGMP requirements
    • Write/revise SOPs, technical protocols and reports
    • Work with the quality control management team to continuously improve the quality, compliance and efficiency of QC operations
    • Be proactive at keeping current with literature and latest technologies associated with contamination control principals
    • Effectively communicate internal issues related to performance, processes, and procedures
    • Establish and maintain a safe laboratory working environment
    • Accept, complete, and report on special assignments within the agreed upon timeframe
    • Act as designee for Quality Control as appropriate

    Requirements:

    • BS/BA and minimum 5-8 years or MS and 2-5 years in cGMP environment, with a minimum of 2 years in a leadership role (preferred)
    • Familiarity with relevant and current FDA, EU, ICH, USP guidelines and regulations
    • Strong knowledge of contamination control principals
    • Demonstrated knowledge of method development and qualifications
    • Excellent quality control judgment and ability to assess, communicate and resolve complex issues efficiently and effectively
    • Ability to manage multiple projects in a fast-paced environment
    • Ability to effectively collaborate effectively in a dynamic, cross-functional matrix environment
    • Excellent communication skills (verbal and written)
    • Experience with risk management principals and their application to the development and execution of environmental monitoring and critical utility monitoring programs, preferred

     

    Equal Opportunity Employer. We offer the successful candidate a competitive compensation and benefit package.

     

    Job Type: Full Time
    Location: Richmond, CA 94806
    Work authorization: United States (Required)

    To apply, send your CV to [email protected].

  • Toggle Career Information Head of Purification, Process Development

    We are seeking the Head of Purification, Process Development. The incumbent will work with internal and external partners, to develop purification strategies to support production of monoclonal antibodies and recombinant proteins. The candidate should possess extensive knowledge and experience in separation sciences, and basic understanding of GLP and GMP regulations applicable to the biologics product and process development. The individual will be responsible for smooth tech transfer within the organization and with our clients.

     

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Lead and manage a team of scientists/engineers focused on downstream purification process development activities. Provide leadership to resolve purification investigations and technical issues in the process development and manufacturing areas.
    • Establish and maintain familiarity with contemporary industrial practices and technology focused on purification process development. Manage day-to-day laboratory operations, including prioritizing samples and studies, scheduling analyst assignments, and tracking timely progress of critical samples and studies to support project timelines. Provide reports on department output that evaluate operating effectiveness.
    • Provide strategic leadership in resource allocation and prioritization of analyses to assure alignment of department objectives and timely execution of experiments to support clinical development programs.
    • Motivated to drive operational excellence, including support for efficiency/productivity initiatives, and GxP/safety compliance.

    Experience / Skills

    • Doctorate (Ph.D.) degree in chemical engineering, bioengineering, biochemistry, biotechnology, biology, , or a related field, with at least 2 years of industrial experience is preferred. B.S./M.S. with at least 5 years of industrial experience are also considered.
    • Demonstrated ability to lead teams, including cross-functional initiatives & strong ability to foster a collaborative work environment.
    • In-depth understanding of methodology and data interpretation in separations sciences and processes.
    • Expert in purification technologies from lab to manufacturing scale, in operating chromatography equipment such as Akta or filtration equipment, and in application of statistical/DOE tools for process development and data analysis.
    • Excellent communication and people management skills.
    • Ability to execute studies and experiments in the context of supporting long-term commercialization plans

    Education Requirements

    • Doctorate (Ph.D.) degree in chemical engineering, bioengineering, biochemistry, biotechnology, biology, , or a related field, with at least 2 years of industrial experience is preferred. B.S./M.S. with at least 5 years of industrial experience are also considered.

     

    Equal Opportunity Employer. We offer the successful candidate a competitive compensation and benefit package.

     

    Job Type: Full Time
    Location: Richmond, CA 94806
    Work authorization: United States (Required)

    To apply, send your CV to [email protected].

  • Toggle Career Information Associate Scientist / Scientist — Process Development Upstream

    JOINN Biologics (JOINN Bio) is a Bay Area, California-based company that is committed to the advancement of biopharmaceutics through its premier contract development and manufacturing services for biologics and advanced therapies. JOINN Biologics aims to provide a complete range of services from early custom development to clinical manufacturing to our global clients. We will work closely with our partners and clients to further accelerate the development of high-quality biologics and deliver long-lasting value to the biopharmaceutical industry. The near-term goal of the company is to recommission the cGMP facility in JOINN Innovation Park and provide contracted manufacturing services soon.

    We are seeking Associate Scientists or Scientists in Department of Process Development Upstream, the incumbent will work with internal and external partners, to support bulk process development, characterization, technology transfer, and validation studies associated with the development and implementation of manufacturing processes, systems and facilities related to therapeutic mAbs and proteins.

    Responsibilities:

    • Develop methods for transferring procedures/processes from laboratories to commercial-scale manufacturing production
    • Design, develop and execute cell culture studies using aseptic technique in shaker flasks, glass bench scale bioreactors, and single-use bioreactors
    • Acts as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) to train others in areas of expertise. Assists and offers guidance to the Process Development group and Manufacturing group as necessary to train on correlated processes
    • Responsible for the data review and analysis; prepare presentations, project plans as needed for internal and external discussions
    • Authoring/reviewing development reports, process transmittals, and manufacturing records
    • Identify and evaluate new/innovative technologies and work to implement new platforms with cross-functional early and late stage development teams
    • Collaborate with Manufacturing, Quality, Engineering, Validation staff to ensure manufacturing process equipment meets quality standards and is acceptable for use in clinical and/or commercial manufacturing
    • Good understanding of Quality by Design and Risk Management

    Required Experience and Skills:

    • Knowledge and skill of mammalian cell cultures and concepts of cell metabolism, protein production, and characterization
    • Experience in upstream biologics process development and manufacturing sciences, such as cell cultivation in shaker flasks and bioreactors
    • Skill and knowledge of scaling up to 50 L or more in single-use technologies
    • Working knowledge of design of experiments and use of statistics for data analysis
    • Ability to think critically with excellent problem solving and troubleshooting skills
    • Excellent communication and ability to work independently and in a collaborative environment
    • Ability to execute studies and experiments in the context of long-term commercialization plans

    EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:

    • Ph.D. degrees in chemical engineering, bioengineering, biochemistry, biotechnology, biology, or a related field and 0-2 years of work experience or B.S./M.S. and 0-5 years of work experience.

     

    Equal Opportunity Employer. We offer the successful candidate a competitive compensation and benefits package.

     

    Job Type: Full Time
    Location: Richmond, CA 94806
    Work authorization: United States (Required)

    To apply, send your CV to [email protected].

  • Toggle Career Information Project Manager

    We are seeking a Project Manager to JOINN US and support our growing family!  This role will be responsible for total project management and delivery of complex research, development, and production projects from the proposal stage through to successful project completion, in close collaboration with clients, partners, internal business units, and other key stakeholders.

     

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Leads cross-functional project coordination with technical, engineering, production, facility, quality, business development, marketing, and other related business units, and manages overall integration of project activities to complete projects on time, within budget, to specifications, and with accuracy and efficiency.
    • Establishes project goals within broad outlines provided by top management, directs project design, outlines and delegates tasks involved, and reports progress to all key stakeholders.
    • Develops and implements policies, standards, and procedures for project management.
    • Assesses project feasibility by analyzing technology, resource needs, and market demand; investigates project challenges; implements corrective measures; evaluates results; and makes recommendations for future improvement.
    • Conducts cost analysis, estimating expected costs for projects.
    • Recommends, prepares, and implements project budgets, bids, and contracts based on estimates.
    • Acts as a liaison between the Company, partners, clients, and vendors; manages day-to-day, real-time communications and expectations to all stakeholders; and cultivates client relationships.
    • Organizes project meetings, prepares agenda and minutes, and follows up on action items.
    • Consults and negotiates with clients to prepare project specifications.
    • Presents and explain proposals, reports, or findings to clients.
    • Addresses questions, concerns, and complaints throughout projects.
    • Ensures compliance with federal, state, local, industry, contractual, and Company regulations, standards, specifications, and best practices.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.

    Experience / Skills

    • Bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences, Chemistry or related, or equivalent experience.
    • 5+ years’ relevant biotech and/or pharmaceutical industry experience in Chemistry, Manufacturing, and Controls (CMC) process development and current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) manufacturing.
    • 5+ years’ experience in project management or external research collaboration management of biological molecules.
    • Experience in managing multiple complex projects and total project delivery in a cGMP manufacturing environment.
    • Experience in a Contract Manufacturing Organization (CMO) or Contract Research Organization (CRO).
    • Experience in technical transfer.
    • Understanding of the functional requirements of pharmaceutical facilities and technical, engineering, and manufacturing best practices.
    • Understanding of federal, state, local, and industry, cGMP, regulatory, environmental, and safety, federal, state, local, industry, regulatory, environmental, and safety regulations,
    • Hands-on client experience, including negotiation and management of bids, contracts, and agreements.
    • Excellent presentation and verbal and written communication skills.
    • Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills.
    • Excellent organizational skills, attention to detail, and ability to maintain a high level of accuracy.
    • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines.
    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
    • Strong supervisory and leadership skills.
    • Ability to prioritize tasks and to delegate them when appropriate.
    • Ability to work independently and collaborate as part of a cross-functional team.
    • Thorough understanding of or the ability to quickly learn about the project or product being developed.
    • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Outlook, Word, and PowerPoint), Enterprise resource planning (ERP), and project management software.
    • Equivalent education and experience may substitute for stated requirements.

    Preferred Qualifications

    • SAGE X3 ERP experience.
    • Bilingual (English/Mandarin) communication skills (written and spoken)

     

    Equal Opportunity Employer. We offer the successful candidate a competitive compensation and benefit package.

     

    Job Type: Full Time
    Location: Richmond, CA 94806
    Work authorization: United States (Required)

    To apply, send your CV to [email protected].

  • Toggle Career Information Associate Scientist / Scientist, Bioassay Analytical Development

    JOINN Biologics is a California Bay Area-based company that is committed to the advancement of
    biotech and biopharmaceutics through our premier contract manufacturing and development services for
    biologics and advanced therapies. We are searching for a highly motivated bioassay Scientist for our
    analytical development group.

    Position Description

    This position of Associate Scientist / Scientist, Analytical Development team, will lead the development,
    optimization, and transfer of bioassays, to support our process development and quality control. The
    successful candidate will be experienced with development and validation of in-vitro potency assays and
    will drive the phase-appropriate method development, optimization, qualification and tech transfer. The
    candidate will be expected to design and perform experiments and, organize, document, analyze and
    interpret results with a high degree of independence and leveraging sound scientific principles.

    Responsibilities

    • Responsible for conducting scientific research for the development, troubleshooting and qualify/validate of potency/plate-based methods for biologics.
    • Make detailed observations and analyze data to provide an interpretation of results.
    • Draft standard operating procedure, test method, study protocol, reports, and related scientific documents. 
    • Technical support to manufacturing, Quality, and QC during manufacturing and/or QC investigations.
    • Provide regular updates to the project team and management on project timelines and deliverables.
    • Maintain accurate and well-organized laboratory records and notebooks.

    Qualifications

    • For Scientist Level: Ph.D. in a biomedical/biologic related field with 0+ years of industry-related experience or Master degree with 2+ years of related industry experience, or Bachelor degree with 4+ years of related industry experience.
    • For Associate Scientist Level: Master degree with 0+ years of related industry experience, or Bachelor degree with 1+ years of related industry experience.
    • Knowledge and experience in ELISA are expected.
    • Experience in molecular biology and qPCR is highly desired.
    • Experience in SoftMax Pro and CFX Maestro Software is highly desired.
    • Experience in operation and data analysis of Octet is a plus.
    • Experience in cell culture and cell-based assay is a plus.
    • Experience in analytical method development for release, stability, in-process testing, and product characterization of antibodies and proteins is a plus.
    • Basic understanding of GLP, GDP, and GMP requirements.
    • Good oral and written communication skills.
    • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively. Willingness to take on multiple responsibilities and work in small team environment.

     

    Equal Opportunity Employer. We offer the successful candidate a competitive compensation and benefit package.

     

    Location: Richmond, CA 94806
    Work authorization: United States (Required)

    To apply, send your CV to [email protected].

  • Toggle Career Information Scientist /Senior Scientist, Biologics Formulation

    JOINN Biologics is a California Bay Area-based company that is committed to the advancement of biotech and biopharmaceutics through our premier contract manufacturing and development services for biologics and advanced therapies. We are searching for a highly motivated Formulation Senior Scientist for our analytical development group.

    Responsibilities

    The Formulation Senior Scientist will provide technical leadership for the development of pre-clinical and early clinical stage candidates forms following quality by design (QbD) principles for the delivery protein-based therapeutic agents. The successful candidate will be expected to drive programs from inception through pre-clinical manufacture/screening, technology transfer, early cGMP manufacture, working closely with Quality and CMC counterparts as well as any necessary analytical method development, specification development, and assessment of stability data/programs.

    • Independently performs and implements formulation strategies
    • Development of inject-able biologics dosage forms following quality by design (QbD) principles
    • Identifies drug product critical quality attributes impacting safety, efficacy, and manufacturing robustness. Provides input to define phase appropriate regulatory specifications
    • Performs screening of buffers, excipients, solubilizers, etc.
    • Pre-formulation characterization of preclinical and clinical compounds
    • Authoring and review of written documents including development reports, technical memos, etc.
    • Serves as formulation lead in multidisciplinary project teams and/or sub-teams
    • Work effectively in a cross-functional matrix environment, with internal and external customers and proactively communicate with internal and external stakeholders.

    Experience / Qualifications

    • Scientist: 1-2 years’ relevant experience with MS or PhD degree in related scientific discipline, or 3+ years’ industry experience with BS degree in related scientific discipline.
    • Senior Scientist: 3-5 years’ industry experience with MS or PhD degree in related scientific discipline, or 6+ years’ industry experience with BS degree in related scientific discipline.
    • Will have expert understanding of pre-formulation and formulation area and uses published literature to extend understanding as well as consulting internal and external experts as needed
    • Highly independent and self-motivated and integrates well within a team
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
    • Strong ability to trouble-shoot technical problems
    • Detail oriented, with good organizational skills and project management skills
    • Able to work in a high paced team environment meet deadlines and prioritize work on multiple projects
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills

     

    Equal Opportunity Employer. We offer the successful candidate a competitive compensation and benefit package.

     

    Location: Richmond, CA 94806
    Work authorization: United States (Required)

    To apply, send your CV to [email protected].

  • Toggle Career Information GMP Manufacturing Associate/ Sr. Manufacturing Associate

    JOINN Biologics (JOINN Bio) is a Bay Area, California-based company that is committed to the advancement of biopharmaceutics through its premier contract development and manufacturing services for biologics and advanced therapies. JOINN Biologics aims to provide a complete range of services from early custom development to clinical manufacturing to our global clients. We work closely with our partners and clients to further accelerate the development of high-quality biologics and deliver long-lasting value to the biopharmaceutical industry. 

    We are seeking exceptional candidate(s) for Manufacturing Associate/ Sr. Manufacturing Associate role(s) in our cGMP facility. The incumbent will execute and coordinate biopharmaceutical unit operations in accordance with cGMPs to produce biopharmaceuticals. The incumbent will also perform start-up and testing of process equipment, support equipment implementation, qualification and validation activities.

    Responsibilities:

    • Independently perform unit operations in one or more of the following areas:
      • Cell Culture: including cell banking, culture scale-up, bioreactor operations, filtration, media prep, process monitoring, centrifugation 
      • Purification/Formulation: including column chromatography (ProA, SEC, CEX, AEX), filtration, TFF, buffer prep, bulk filling
      • Fill/Finish: including filtration, component prep, buffer prep, aseptic processing, and filling, visual inspections 
    • Independently document work per cGMPs, adhere to all applicable regulatory and safety standards.
    • Independently assemble, standardize, prepare, clean, and operate process equipment.
    • Independently perform process monitoring, daily analyses, and maintenance of analytical equipment
    • Support validation activities including IQ/OQ/PQ of process equipment and processes
    • Execute SOPs and batch records, revise and/or author new procedures as appropriate
    • Maintain work areas to meet cGMP requirements
    • Train on all area procedures, maintain up-to-date training records and perform training of peers as needed
    • Adjust work schedule to meet production demand, which may include weekend work

    Required Experience and Skills:

    • Associate/Bachelor’s degree in science or engineering, or biotech certificate
    • 2+ years of experience in a biotech manufacturing environment for Manufacturing Associate, or four plus years of experience  for Sr. Manufacturing Associate
    • Team player, must have the skills and ability to work in a collaborative environment
    • Excellent communication and documentation skills

     

    Equal Opportunity Employer. We offer the successful candidate a competitive compensation and benefit package.

     

    Location: Richmond, CA 94806
    Work authorization: United States (Required)

    To apply, send your CV to [email protected].

  • Toggle Career Information Accountant

    JOINN Biologics is a California Bay Area-based company that is committed to the advancement of biotech and biopharmaceutics through our premier contract manufacturing and development services for biologics and advanced therapies. A vital part of the JOINN Family's successful 20+ year track record of supporting drug discovery and development, we provide a complete range of CDMO services, from early development to clinical manufacturing, for our clients and partners on a global scale.

    As a key member of our Accounting team, this role provides support to Accounting and Finance staff, as well as our internal functional customers and external vendors, and ensures complete, timely, and accurate Book Keeping, Payroll, and Accounts Payable/Accounts Receivable functions within the department. Solid accounting knowledge is required. Quick Book and Paychex experience is a must.

    Responsibilities:

    • Account for current month’s activities and post journals in quick book/Sage X3 ERP system.
      • Perform monthly, quarterly, and annual accounting activities including recording all activities, invoices, reconciliations of bank and credit card accounts, coordination and completion of annual audits, and reviewing financial reports/support as necessary
      • Identify cost for specific projects, distinguish cost from expense, aggregate overhead and allocate to projects. Close the book and record accruals.
      • Improve systems and procedures and initiate corrective actions
    • Payroll
      • Process full-cycle biweekly and semimonthly payroll for 100+ employees across multiple entities and locations, including off-cycle payroll as needed, in accordance with applicable local, state, and federal law and as well as best practices
      • Ensure timely and accurate delivery of payroll, related reporting, and General Ledger entries
      • Communicate with employees and managers to verify and complete time card, time off
        request, and job costing entries and approvals in accordance with Company policy and procedure, best practices, and applicable state and federal law
      • Maintain paid leave accruals, deductions, and balances
      • Manage 401(k) deductions and contributions in accordance with applicable law, best practices, and GAAP accounting principles
      • Prepare reporting for, audit, and support auditing of authorized payroll and retirement entries, earnings, deductions, and other items, such as allowances, health benefits, 401(k), FSA, workers’ compensation, and paid leave
      • Assist with HR, management, personnel, and auditor requests
      • Maintain exceptional relationships with vendors and personnel
      • Other duties as assigned
    • Manage cash and payment requests and perform the duty of Accounts Payable function.
      • Process invoices for payment, review for accuracy and authenticity, communicate with vendors on payment information, and reconcile the difference. Maintains accounts payable files and records including filing as needed。
      • Audit employee expense reports, verify supporting document, and process payments
      • Responds to vendors, auditors, and employee inquiries regarding invoices, expenses check requests.
    • Assist in the development and maintenance of accurate standard costing for all projects.
    • Perform annual physical count of inventory and fixed assets
    • Ensure compliance with applicable standards(i.e. GAAP, FASB), rules, regulations, and systems of internal control.
    • Aid in the implementation of new accounting policies, standards, and guidelines.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Required Qualifications:

    • BA or advanced degree in Accounting, Knowledge and understanding of GAAP.
    • 3~5 years’ independent full-cycle accounting experience in the industry
    • Proficient in Excel, Outlook, Teams, and Word.
    • Previous Quick Books and Paychex experience required. Sage ERP experience preferred
    • 1+ years’ Accounts Payable experience.
    • Ability to deliver accurate, timely financial results.
    • Proven communication and interpersonal skills.
    • Customer Service Orientation to internal functional teams and external vendors.
    • Ability to work in a collaborative, fast-paced environment.
    • Understands confidentiality.
    • Results Driven.
    • Detail Orientation.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Knowledge of ERP processes and controls.
    • Knowledge of Project Accounting.
    • Bilingual in Mandarin and English.

     

    Equal Opportunity Employer. We offer the successful candidate a competitive compensation and benefit package.

     

    Location: Richmond, CA 94806
    Work authorization: United States (Required)

    To apply, send your CV to [email protected].

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