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Accountant (Intern)

Posted By: Ninety Four

Date: Mon, 26 Feb 2018

Remuneration: $1,000.00

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Job Summary
We are looking for a meticulous and self-motivated Staff Accountant, who can work independently to join our growing company. The Staff Accountant position will handle day-to-day book-keeping activities. We are an energetic company and are looking for a passionate individual to join us and improve our record keeping and bring more structure and organisation to our day-to-day financials.

Duties and Responsibilities:
To perform day-to-day book-keeping activities including data entry of invoices etc.

To perform monthly, quarterly and annual book-keeping activities including reconciliation of bank accounts, reviewing of budget

To perform annual budget preparation and analysis

To oversee the generation of financial statements (Statement of Financial Position, Statement of Income and Other Comprehensive Income, Statement of Cashflow and Statement of Changes in Equity)

To analyse and report on the financial status of the company, including income statement variances, forecasting, and to communicate the financial results of the company to management

To oversee taxes and tax reporting of the company and abide with Singapore tax regulations

Qualifications and Skills
Extensive knowledge of Singapore Financial Reporting Standards

Advanced skills in MS Office, especially MS Excel

Excellent organisational, problem-solving and communication skills

Knowledge in accounting software and databases (May want to specify what software you use)

Interested applicants, Please send in your CV, stating the Job Title in the subject heading to [email protected]

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