Your ResponsibilitiesParticipation in the preparation of timely and accurate monthly, (quarterly) and annual financial closing activities. Enter financial data, such as revenues, accruals, provisions, deferrals and reclassification entries into the ledger. Reconcile accounts, including intercompany accounts, with the general ledger. Support the consolidation of financial statements. Support auditors in conducting internal and external audits. Assist various departments and if required also collaborate with international accounting teams at Raisin on accounting issues and queries. Drive improvements in the efficiency of accounts payable and employee expenses processes (Spendesk) in line with our current procedures. Support the AP team with accurately recording and classifying vendor bills and paying them within the specified terms. Create and enforce accounting processes. Maintain general ledger accounts and gather and/or create supporting documentation. Documentation and improvement of existing accounting processes. Support the design and implementation of new accounting processes. Ability to develop and document solutions to complex accounting decisions and develop solutions to tax issues in close collaboration with our tax advisors. Your ProfileYou have an academic degree in accounting or a comparable education/qualification. Fluent German and good written and spoken English skills. Several years of practical experience in financial accounting, including both General Ledger and Accounts Payables functions. Strong ability to handle German Local GAAP (HGB), IFRS and German Tax matters. Desire to constantly improve in these areas. Extensive knowledge of accounting and accounting management principles, as well as general ledger and accounts payables processes. Experience with the preparation of consolidated financial statements is a plus. Proficiency with accounting software and ERP systems (Oracle Netsuite would be an advantage). Experience in supporting statutory audits of annual financial statements and tax audits. Exceptional attention to detail, excellent time management, and organizational skills. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment where a high level of accuracy and problem-solving skills matter. Our BenefitsAt Raisin, we care about each other and it is one of our top priorities to foster an open and caring environment in which everyone feels welcome and comfortable. Our culture is strongly driven by our ambitious team, which, connects more than 40 different nationalities.You'll find us in our modern and open office in the trendy Kreuzberg district with a view of the Spree River, ideally connected to public transportation and surrounded by a variety of restaurants and shopping opportunities.As part of our team, you will benefit from:Personal training budget of 1,700 € and four full training days per year. Access to Udemy and Babbel for continuous learning. Free choice of hardware. Hungry all the time? Snacks, daily fresh fruit as well as drinks provided at the office. Flexible working hours, home office and 28 vacation days. Enjoy more than 50+ different sports with Urban Sports Club: We subsidize your membership with more than €20 per month. A company pension scheme (Betriebliche Altersvorsorge), which we support with 20%. Do you miss being in the office? The corporate ticket gets you there, which we subsidize with €25 per month (BVG Firmenticket for Berlin and HVV ProfiTicket for HH).