Job Duties & Responsibilities
•Financial Record Keeping: Accountants are responsible for maintaining accurate and up-to-date financial records for an organization. This includes recording financial transactions, such as sales, purchases, and expenses, in ledgers or accounting software.
•Financial Reporting: Accountants prepare various financial reports, including income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements, to provide a snapshot of the organizations financial.
•Tax Compliance: Accountants ensure that their organization complies with all applicable tax laws and regulations. Calculate and file income tax retuns, sales tax retuns, and other tax-related documents. They also provide advice on tax planning strategies to minimize tax liabilities.
•Budgeting and Forecasting: Accountants assist in the development of budgets and financial forecasts. They work with management to set financial goals, monitor performance against those goals, and make recommendations for improving financial performance.
•Financial Analysis: Accountants analyze financial data to provide insights and recommendations to management.
•Cash Management: Monitor and manage cash flow to ensure there is enough liquidity to meet financial obligations and optimize cash utilization.
•Accounts Payable: Manage accounts payable by processing vendor invoices, verifying accuracy, and making timely payments.
•Accounts Receivable: Manage accounts receivable by invoicing clients or customers, tracking payments, and following up on overdue accounts.
•Financial Planning: Assist in long-term financial planning, including forecasting future financial needs, investment strategies, and capital budgeting.
•Bachelor’s Degree in Accountancy or Equivalent
•2-5 years working experience
•Licensed CPA is an advantage
•Good written and communication skills
•Keen to details.