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Accounting Assistant

Accounting Assistant

We are looking for a dynamically talented Accounting Assistant to work in what we think is one of the most fun accounting departments we know…even if we might be a little biased!

As an Accounting Assistant for Hi-Line, you will be a vital part of our accounting team and assist us with Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, General Accounting and, wait for it…our reception area. 

Our Accounting Assistant will assist with our daily cash receipts and help us on processing our monthly state sales & use tax returns.  Accuracy is HUGELY important as we have to keep Uncle Sam on our side!

You will also help us enter invoices into the payable system on a timely basis, so we can keep our business partners happy about doing business with us. 

Some things about being an Accounting Assistant go without saying, but here they are anyway: There is going to be some filing, and while it is probably no one’s favorite thing to do, we have to do it anyway!  There will be month end duties and reports as well as annual reports and tax returns.  


-We prefer our new Accounting Assistant to have 1 to 2 years’ experience in the accounting world (hey, we just want to make certain you know what you are getting yourself into here!).  Please also have a minimum of a high school diploma, though we prefer at least some college.

-Please be able to utilize Microsoft Office and we would love to see what accounting systems you have worked in.

-You have to be here and be here on time.  We don’t know why you wouldn’t want to be, and quite frankly we don’t want to have to worry about why you aren’t here if you are not.

-Please be able to communicate.  We want to understand you and for you to understand us. It is all part of this teamwork thing we got going on over here.

-Be attentive to detail…If you have read this and understand us to this point, you just might have the detail we are looking for, so we would like to go ahead and invite you to apply! 


  • Competitive compensation
  • Paid vacation and sick leave
  • 401k, health insurance, dental and life benefits
  • Opportunities for career growth and advancement
  • A 59-year history of steady growth as a privately-held, Dallas based company
  • Friendly and comfortable work environment
  • Security of working for a debt-free company.

Who we are:

Hi-Line, America’s Mobile Industrial Hardware Store, has been thriving since 1959. Headquartered in Farmers Branch, Texas (35E/635), we provide access to over 30,000 quality industrial MRO products through our nationwide network of mobile industrial hardware stores. “We bring the store and the service to you.”

Hi-Line is an equal opportunity employer. Hi-Line does not discriminate based on age, race, national origin, disability, gender or religion.

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