Entry Level Accounting Jobs in San Jose, California
2 San Jose, CA Entry Level Accounting jobs found on Monster.Jobs 1 to 2 of 2
Accountemps San Jose, CA
Description Robert Half Accountemps is recruiting for entry level accounting positions in the San Jose area. This is great way to gain accounting experience. Positions are temporary and potentially temporary to full-time. Heavy Microsoft Excel use. Accounting software and/or accounting internship experience is a plus but not required. For further information please contact alex.campoy@accountemps...
Accountemps Mountain View, CA
Description High tech company in the Peninsula is looking for recent graduates! If you have recently graduated, experienced working with MS Excel, then this opportunity is for you! This is an Entry Level Accounting Clerk, that is assisting the company prepare for the year-end, processing invoices in AP/AR, and any data entry backlog. Excellent communication skills is required as you will be inter...
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