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A junior accountant is an entry level position. Most junior accountants are fresh graduates who are looking to acquire some work experience and ramp up their accounting skills. The exact responsibilities of a junior accountant depend on the type and size of the company they are working with. In general, junior accounts maintain financial records and general ledger accounts, reconcile bank accounts and prepare reports.
A bachelor's degree in accounting or finance is the minimum educational qualification required for this role. Junior accountants must have excellent maths, accounting and reporting skills and keen attention to detail. If you are a fresh graduate applying for a junior accountant job, you must be prepared to undergo on the job training to grasp the finer aspects of this job.
At the interview, prospective employers will want to know more about your work experience and what were the tasks you handled during that time. If you have not completed an internship, they will ask if you are prepared to undergo a period of on the job training. Expect to be asked questions about your interest in accounting and what are your strengths for this role. Do you like working in an office environment? These are just a few of the many questions that are typically asked at junior accountant interviews. You can find several more at mock interview questions for junior accountants.