Job Location: Mangalore
Job Code: MIC/HR/03
Qualification:Required minimum graduate / post graduate with 8-10 yrs. experience in account/finance from Real Estate or Construction Industry. Proficient in Microsoft office and tally.
Job Responsibilities: Accounts Officer is responsible for all aspects of financial control and reporting. The Accounts Officer is the link between the accounting department and upper management. Through analysis of accounting data, a Financial Manager finds ways to improve underperforming areas within the company creating efficiencies and reducing costs to maximize working capital for business growth. He is also responsible to ensure that financial practices are in line with all statutory legislation and regulations.
A. Corporate Planning & Systems
Involving in formulation of various systems, policies, procedures, commensurate with the need of the company
Formulating strategic and long-term business plans
Developing financial management mechanisms that minimize financial risk
Managing company’s financial accounting, monitoring and reporting systems
Budgeting, Forecasting, Cost & Credit Control, Margin Analysis, Costing & Profitability Analysis and Management Reporting.
Review financial data for accuracy, correctness and completeness
C. Working Capital & Cash Flow
Preparation and appraisal of working capital proposal
Fixing up arrangements of working capital
Monitoring and interpreting cash flows and predicting future trends
D. Accounts & Audit
Finalization of accounts, divisional & branch accounting
Attending statutory auditors, internal auditors
Tax audit details preparation
Debtors’ management and credit control
Accounting Standards and their implementation
Oversee Personal taxation – employees
Oversee Filing of returns and attending tax authorities for assessments and appeals
F. MIS, Budgeting & Costing
Costing – product and process
Budget preparation and Budgetary controls
Conducting reviews and evaluations for cost-reduction opportunities
Developing external relationships with appropriate contacts, e.g. auditors, solicitors, bankers and statutory organizations such as the Inland Revenue.
Monitor and manage all expense within the allotted budget
Review annual budgets and recommend any changes if needed