LOWONGAN KERJA AKUNTANSI
17 NOPEMBER 2007
AMEC Berca Indonesia is a multi-national company engaged in Engineering and Asset Management Services. ABI is seeking to offer career opportunities to qualified personnel.
· Majored in Accounting (D3 or S1)
· Writes and speaks in English
· Have knowledge in Indonesian Taxation
· Computer Literacy
· Has at least 3 years of working experience in Accounting and Finance and/or Taxation roles
· Handle accounting tasks from entry to Accpac for all vouchers of bank accounts and reconcile accounts in accounting
· Review data entry for petty cash and A/P
· Prepare intercompany report for CCM & Amec .
· Produce Non Project reimbursement report monthly .
· Additionally be called upon to assist in other varying duties as the role develops and as from time to time is identified for the smooth running of the business.
Please submit a comprehensive Resume (in word format) to : firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications should be received not later than 19th November 2007.
(Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for further processes)
Saturday, November 17, 2007
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