CCC is a newly established Joint Venture Company investing in cement manufacturing industry equipped with state-of-the-art technology and environment-friendly facilities based in Kampot and will be commissioning in mid 2014. With daily production capacity 3,200 tons, CCC is the biggest cement-manufacturing company in Cambodia.
We are looking for energetic talents to fulfill the position of General Accounting Supervisor (1 position):
Roles and responsibilities:
► Prepares the month-end closing activities and statutory reporting;
► Coordinates and be a point of contact for statutory audit;
► Supervises the invoicing processes to ensure accuracy of customer invoices;
► Reviews customer aging and credit control to ensure no long overdue and provides bad debt provision as necessary;
► Liaises with tax auditors to ensure timely close of tax audits;
► Ensures staff performance and improvement by coaching, training, and feedback to staffs;
► BBA in Accounting or any related field;
► Minimum 2-year experience in accounting functions with similar roles;
► Good knowledge of accounting standards (IFRS or IFRS for SMEs);
► Good knowledge of Cambodian taxation;
► Ability to use accounting softwares and Ms. Office (must be fluency in Excel);
► Good written and spoken in English; Chinese is a plus;
Location: Phnom Penh
How to apply:
Please send CV and cover letter only (No any additional attachment) to career@cktcementcom,kh or our HR department at Phnom Penh office or Kampot Plant Only shortlisted candidates are contacted for interviews.
Closing Date: February 15,2014
|Phnom Penh Head Office:
Add: #02, Street 404, SangkatTomnobTuek,KhanChomkarmon, Phnom Penh.
Tel: (855) 23 227 227, Fax: (855) 23 228 228
Add: Phnom Touch village, Kandol commune, Teukchhu district, Kampot.
Mobile: (855) 90 233 988Cambodia
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