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Bookkeepers work in the finance department, where they are responsible for maintaining records of the company's financial transactions. They inspect the company ledger thoroughly to make sure that all money earned and spent is recorded in the company ledger. They are also responsible for reconciling any discrepancies that they find and for producing detailed reports for presenting to the management.
A high school diploma is the minimum educational qualification required to become a bookkeeper. However, larger companies may require all applicants to have completed their secondary application. Knowing how to work with computer and spreadsheets along with an understanding of basic accounting practices are essential requirements for anyone wishing to pursue a career as a bookkeeper. Bookkeepers must have a good eye for details. They must also have excellent analytical, problem-solving, observation and organizational skills. Completing an internship will help boost employment opportunities tremendously.
Have you had any experience with bookkeeping or a similar role? Do you think you can handle the bookkeeping for a company with a larger budget than your previous employer? What are your strengths as a bookkeeper? What about your career goals? Are you looking for a stop-gap arrangement or for a long-term opportunity? Are you willing to sign a confidentiality agreement? These are some of the many questions you will be asked at the interview. You can see more at Mock Questions.