Lease Accounting Jobs

The new lease accounting standards have created a market need for lease accounting specialists. With data collection and abstraction, process and policy design, and software implementation and testing, complying with the standards is a major effort that most companies do not currently have the resources to meet.

We have compiled a list of open jobs at Fortune 1000 companies created to help achieve and maintain compliance with the new lease accounting standards.

Michael Kors

Full-Time | East Rutherford, NJ

The primary purpose of this position is to manage worldwide lease accounting and reporting for the Company’s real estate portfolio, including reviewing leases under ASC 842 and supporting disclosure requirements from the SEC.

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Full-Time | Austin, TX

The infrastructure accounting manager will join the Facilities and Leasing Accounting Center of Excellence and will have experience working with US GAAP requirements for leases and fixed assets.

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Full-Time | Fremont, CA

This individual will oversee all aspects of the new ASC 842 lease accounting standard and reporting, determine new build-to-suit criteria, and identify embedded leases, among other duties.

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Full-Time | North Bergen, NJ

This individual will play an important role in the implementation of FASB ASC 842, compliance with GAAP (SOX 404 and COSO), and day to day lease accounting.

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United Airlines

Full-Time | Houston, TX

This individual will primarily be responsible for the application of lease accounting standard ASC 842 for United’s operating leases and will work with Procurement and Finance to identify and review new leases on a monthly basis.

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Chick-fil-A Corporate

Full-Time | Atlanta, GA

This individual will perform accounting on all Chick-fil-A, Inc. lease agreements, become proficient in applying US GAAP and IFRS lease accounting principles, and maintain data integrity in the lease management system.

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