Thursday, November 29, 2007

Lowongan Kerja : Job Vacancy at PT Petrosea Tbk

Lowongan Kerja Accounting
29 Nopember 2007

PT Petrosea Tbk

PT Petrosea Tbk has been designing, building and mining in all corners of Indonesia since 1972 and today is recognized as one of Indonesia's leading engineering, construction and mining contractors. Thanks to the imagination and commitment of more than 1,917 staff, Petrosea has secured a growing portfolio of projects throughout Indonesia and the region.

Our strategic shareholder and partner, Clough Limited (ASX:CLO) provides Petrosea with access and support to world class management and project delivery systems which allows Petrosea to deliver international excellence to the Indonesian market.

We are currently taking applicants for the following Jakarta based positions:

Accounting Superintendent

• Education:
a. Bachelor Degree (S1) major in Accounting from a recognized university.

Applicant should have:
• Minimum 3 – 5 years experience in the F&A department – Accounts Receivable & Accounts Payable section.
• Excellent English – both written and verbal.
• Significant exposure in manage AR & AP section would be an advantage.

Other requirements:
• May require overtime on reporting time
• Team Oriented, Self motivated and ability to prioritize work.
• Able to effectively communicate with all levels of staff in organization.
• A ‘can do’ attitude, with hands on approach.

• Role responsibilities include but not limited to:
a. Responsible for supervising team AR & AP section
b. Manage smooth processing on AR and AP administration
c. Review Vendor Credit Term
d. Report difficult customers and blacklisted customers plus difficult vendors
e. Check accuracy of customers' and vendors’ invoices and completeness of
f. requirements
g. Manage accounts receivable turnover relative to achieving budgeted
h. Accounting or collection and vendors.
i. Prepare reports on customers' outstanding accounts and status
j. Assist on assigned tasks as required by shared service – accounting manager.
k. Manage Balance sheet schedules as required by shared service - accounting manager.
l. Monitoring proper filing.
m. Take part in special F&A projects as required from time to time

An attractive remuneration package will be negotiated with the successful candidates.

To apply for this position, please forward your application together with a detailed resume including recent colour photograph, and quoting in email subject: Accounting Superintendent, to: in Microsoft Word format or Pdf, not more than 350kb, latest by December 10Th, 2007.

Only qualified candidates will be invited for interview

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