[Finance] Accounting Lead

  • Sector: Monroe Information Technology
  • Contact: Franchesca Angela De Guzman
  • Client: Monroe Consulting Group
  • Location: Philippines
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Expiry Date: 13 July 2024
  • Job Ref: BBBH441299_1715651242
  • Contact Email: chesca.deguzman@monroeconsulting.com.ph

The role will play a pivotal role in the delivery of accurate and timely balance sheet accounting and reconciliations processes within the R2R Tower.

You will be responsible for ensuring the team are trained and deliver their tasks accurately and ensuring the integrity of financial transactions by reviewing the teams' outputs and identifying solutions and actions to manage exceptions and highlighting these actions to the Tower lead.

You will:

  • Oversee and review accounting processes related to the balance sheet including Fixed assets, inter-company and correct recording of entries between statutory entities (eg transfer price billing and recording) and other balance sheet general ledger accounts as assigned.
  • Identify corrective actions to deal with discrepancies and resolve them in a timely manner, escalating any aging items >30 days, highlighting actions taken to senior management
  • Ensure fixed asset physical integrity by running regular reviews with the business to validate existence and proposing write offs of obsolete, missing or fully depreciation assets.
  • Test and evidence operation of fixed asset and inter-company controls as defined by risk and control matrix on area of responsibility
  • Maintain fixed asset register and work closely with COE- Controlling to ensure assets under construction are identified and correctly accounted
  • Work closely with COE - Controlling to apply correct depreciation rates to assets
  • Collaborate with R2R Tower lead to set daily, weekly, monthly and annual performance targets and KPI's for the team
  • Submit reviewed balance sheet reconciliation reports and summaries to senior management
  • Work with COE - Controlling to review and set SLA and OLAs, taking corrective action where not being met
  • Ensure appropriate continuous professional development, keeping abreast of all internal, legislative, and industry best practice;
  • Ensure appropriate interpretation and implementation of required changes in a timely manner;
  • Support all internal and external audit activities through the provision of required documentation when necessary
The above accountabilities and responsibilities are not exhaustive, and the jobholder may be required to undertake additional duties that are consistent with the level and grading of the role.

You will need:

  • Secondary education qualifications or equivalent
  • CPA or global equivalent (ACCA)
  • 3 years of experience in an R2R accounting/GL role, within a Shared Service Centre or Global Finance department
  • Lean Six Sigma Yellow belt desirable
  • Experience of complex global businesses desirable