SRIWIJAYA AIR, PT
Finance & Accounting Manager (AFM)
Familiar with financial operating system and other applications i.e. Excel, Word, etc
Proficient in English both oral and written (also can speak Mandarins’ will be an advantage)
Highly capable to develop financial operating system & procedures as well as the company’s SOP
Strong analytical thinking, result oriented, strong leadership, self driven, good personality & professional worker
At least overall 5 years experience, with 2 years experience in managerial level
Good Finance & Accounting knowledge and understanding of Indonesian taxation
Ability to perform budgeting, costing, cash flow, financial and costing analysis, tax reporting.
Male /Female, 25-35 years Old
Hold minimum Bachelor degree majoring in Finance or Accounting.
Have good leadership, communication and interpersonal skills and be able to work under pressure.
Write down THE POSITION CODE you apply in the subject of your email, and send your application and CV to:
HRD Department Sriwijaya Air
Jl. Gunung Sahari Raya No. 13 Blok B 8 – 10
13 March 2008
Thursday, March 13, 2008
SRIWIJAYA AIR, PT
Label: ACCOUNTING AND TAX
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