An Entry Level Accountant supports the financial department by maintaining accounting duties. Entry Level Accountant responsibilities include processing journal entries for transactions, updating accounts receivable and payable, and issuing invoices.
When interviewing Entry Level Accountants, the most suitable candidate should demonstrate knowledge of accounting principles and excellent organizational skills. Be wary of candidates that lack skill in MS Office, are unable to work comfortably with numbers, and have poor time management skills.
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Interview Questions for Entry Level Accountants:
1. What are your strengths and weaknesses?
Reveals abilities and attributes.
2. Can you provide an example of a time when you handled a tough deadline?
Reveals organizational and time management skills.
3. What is your familiarity with SFAS (Statement of Financial Accounting Standards)?
Demonstrates knowledge of the industry.
4. How do you avoid errors?
Demonstrates candidates' attention to detail.
5. What considerations do you make before updating a journal entry?
Tests knowledge of accounting principles and practices.
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