Revenue Accountant

Revenue Accountant Job Description Template

Our company is looking for a Revenue Accountant to join our team.


  • To review and reconcile revenues and costs, ensuring accurate accounting;
  • Maintain and contribute to internal controls structure to ensure accurate financial reporting;
  • Review change requests for engagements to ensure the impact to revenue remains correct;
  • Approve credit memos after reviewing for impact to revenue and bad debt considerations;
  • Lead monthly meetings with sales, consulting and/or project management to review engagements to ensure accurate revenue recognition;
  • Evaluates and escalates revenue issues as identified through accounting staff, Order to Cash, FP&A or field interaction;
  • Create and maintain internal control structure;
  • Prepare debtors pack with commentary;
  • Support with improvement of processes for revenue structures;
  • Prepare revenue packs with variance commentary to budget and periodic variances;
  • Maintain client jobs on Maconomy;
  • Assist in SOX, internal and external audits;
  • Reconciles discrepancies, investigates variances and makes financial recommendations;
  • Building, maintaining and monitoring sales performance plans for the Commercial Team in the UK;
  • Work with various stakeholders to complete the annual disclosure on payments to government.


  • Strong MS Excel skills;
  • Must be excel proficient and comfortable around spread sheet creation and manipulation;
  • Works well in a pressured environment;
  • Pro-active self-starter and team player;
  • Continually seeks improved and more efficient methods of working;
  • Qualified (ACA, CIMA, ACCA) Accountant with strong commercial analyst background;
  • Experience in using Salesforce (SFDC) for pipeline tracking etc preferred;
  • Ability to communicate at all levels, including with non-Finance associates essential;
  • Experience in working with Maconomy (Ideal);
  • Ability to deliver to tight deadlines;
  • Marketing Services Industry Experience Ideal but not essential;
  • Analytical mind-set;
  • Disciplined and analytical approach;
  • Strong communication skills both oral and written;
  • Strong interpersonal skills, adept at liaising at all levels.