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Position: Finance Manager/Assistant Manager

Company Overview
A well established international fast food company with its head office in Phnom Penh.

Job Description
Lead the finance team in daily operations and manage a full set of accounts in compliance with international accounting standards and tax regulations. Review GL, Journals, AP, Inventory and Bank Reconciliations.

Prepare monthly financial reports to HQ within set deadlines and finalize statutory accounts.

Preparation of cash flows, budgets & forecasts for management
Liaise with Bankers, Auditors & Tax Agents
Any other duties assigned by management from time to time.

Qualification & Experience
Degree in accounting or any other recognized professional qualification.

Sound knowledge in International Financial Reporting Standards

Hands on experience in preparing accounts and compliance with accounting standards

Minimum 5 years experience in a sizeable organization with professional experience in a CPA firm.

Candidates with lower qualification and lesser experience will be considered for Assistant Manager Position.

Familiar with accounting applications
Excellent command of spoken and written English.

Write to the HR Manager at Kampuchea Food Corporation Co Ltd at 5th Floor Monivong Blvd, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Dead line 15 July 2015

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