BNG Legal is a leading Cambodian law firm providing comprehensive legal services to foreign and local clients. To cope with the growth, we invite qualified candidate to join our Finance team with competitive salary and benefits.
♦ Produce timely and accurate financial reports to meet reporting deadlines.
♦ Provide and interpret financial information.
♦ Prepare reporting package and report to head office/parent company.
♦ Manage the preparation of the company’s budget.
♦ Report to management on variances from the established budget, and the reasons for. variances.
♦ Manage company’s financial accounting, monitoring reporting systems and procedures.
♦ Review and verify the monthly tax declarations and prepare annual tax return.
♦ Monitor cash flows and predict future trends.
♦ Supervise and provide training to staff.
♦ Conducting reviews and evaluation for cost-reduction opportunities.
♦ Degree in accounting or finance related field, ACCA part qualified (F- level) or above is an advantage.
♦ Accounting/finance experience with at least 2-year experience.
♦ Experience in managing accounting of consulting firm is preferred.
♦ Strong knowledge of accounting principles.
♦ Sound knowledge of accounting system (ability to use Peachtree well) and excel skills.
♦ Good command of spoken and written English.
♦ High energy/ability to drive results
♦ Self-motivated to learn new concepts and participate in new projects.
♦ Have a very positive work attitude including willing to work longer hours during peak periods.
♦ Good in communication and managing people skill.
♦ Foreigners are eligible to apply.
Interesting candidates are request to submit a cover letter and detailed CVs with current photo to Human Resources via below contact:
Address: No 65B, Street 111, Sangkat Boeung Prolit, Khan 7 Makara, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Tel: (855-23) 217 510 / (855-23) 212 414 / Fax: (855-23) 212 840
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / Website: www.bnglegal.com
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