PAYABLE ACCONTANT

Location
BURSA, TURKEY
Contract
Permanent

Main responsibilities and duties :

As guarantor of the sincerity of financial statements & the timely payments to suppliers, he is also in charge of analysis and the accounting process of the accounts entrusted to him including the postings & their justifications

His role is dual with:

A recurrent activity that may cover all or part of the following jobs:

  • Daily processing of documents or information according to Group principles

 

A role during the closings

  • Participate in the closing process i.e. monthly, half-yearly or annual according to the statutory GAAP & the Group principles: preparation of accruals as Credit note to be received, invoice to be received…
  • Process the clearing of old receptions still open (not yet invoiced) after the Group deadline

 

Finally, like any person in the accounting department, he has also a mission of optimization & improvement

 

  • List the errors or anomalies in particular on the IT software to ask for corrective actions & propose solutions. In particular he is in charge of checking the customers database for its update (information on each customer information detail)
  • Establish & update the instructions related to his perimeter in connection with his superior.

 

 

 

 

 

Requirements :

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Economics or related discipline,
  • 2 years of experience in a similar position.

 

 

 

 

Professional abilities:

  • Rigorous, methodical, good interpersonal skills, confidentiality awareness.
  • Knowledge of software packages (Excel, Word…) SAP is a plus.
  • Proficiency in English is required.

 

 

Localization: Bursa, Turkey
Contract type: CDI(Permanent)
Department : Finance

 

If you are interested in this role and believe that you meet the requirements, please forward your CV and cover letter at: hr.bur@akwel-automotive.com or HR department.

Please note that incomplete applications will not be taken into account.

 

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