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SENIOR ACCOUNTANT REQUIRED


Royal Australia Resources Ltd (RAR) - a subsidary of Geopacific Resources of Australia is urgently looking for profesional senior accountant for its Copper-Gold Project in PreahVihear Province of Cambodia. The accountant will need to have comprehensive knowledge regarding accounting, tax and able to manage company book keeping.

Qualification:
- Bachelor's Degree in Accounting
- Knowledge of Computers especially MS Office and Accounting Software, understand MYOB is an advantage
- At least five (5) years working experience in accounting field with proper knowledge of financial systems, reporting, data analysis, auditing and taxation
- Fluent in written and spoken English
- Be able to work under pressure
- Possess good interpersonal skill, initiative, flexibilty, intergrity and able to work in teamwork

Renumeration and Benefits
- Very attractive salary package
- Accomodation and transport allowance provided
- Optional work schedule with 5 days on-2 days off or 10 days on-5 days off
- Good working environment and career path opportunity

Interested candidates should send application and detailed CV to the following address: khinphyrinn@yahoo.com and cc to phargyono@geopacific.com.au

Further info please contact: 097 8 555 055. Only short list candidates will be contacted

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