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JOB VACANCY
Accountant /Senior Accounts and Administrative Executive

Requirement
• Degree or equivalent professional qualification in Accounting
• At least experience 3 years working experience in Audit/Commercial
• Able to work under minimal supervision and work well under pressure
• Computer literate and good verbal and written communication skill in English.

Responsibility
• Accountable for full spectrum of the Company’s finance, accounting and tax function
• Responsible for Statutory Accounts in compliance with local statutory requirements
• To prepare monthly management report for the management and highlight the performance and financial position of the Company.
• Staff & worker payroll
• Prepare monthly tax declaration and annual report to Tax Declaration
• Perform additional tasks as assigned
• Liaise with bankers,auditors,tax agents, solicitors and regulatory authorities

Deadline: 05 November 2014
Interested candidates are invited to send/email their CV and ID photograph to:

ThyssenKrupp Technologies (Cambodia) Co. Ltd.
No.26, Street 281,Sangkat Boeng Kok 1, Khan Toul Kork, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Email:vivien.che@tkeap.com Attn: Ms Vivien Che
Shortlisted candidate will be contacted for interview session.
For more information please visit our website:
http://www.thyssenkrupp.com

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