General Ledger Analyst (Japanese Speaker)

Location: NA
Job Type: Permanent
Benefits: 5 days work week, Medical coverage, Discretionary bonus
Sector: Accounting and Finance
Salary: To be negotiated

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supervise overall GL transactions and reporting activites & assist in the transition of knowledge transfer from selected countries into the FSSC.
  • Key knowledge owner of IRIS reporting (Group Reporting) & deliver training to the team member in the FSSC.
  • Responsible for deliverable quality of the team & involve or lead in Finance Process Improvement Project from time to time.
  • Provide team with documents required to prepare financial, balance sheet reconciliations and audits
  • Assist in forex revaluation and reclassify variances, when necessary. Prepare journals for revaluations.
  • Prepare journal entries for Affiliates and make adjustments in accordance to feedback provided by Affiliates. 
  • Assist during the closing process
  • Assist in preparing documents for monthly balance sheet / bank reconciliation and perform journal adjustments when required.
  • Prepare documents to assist in the preparation of periodic financial statements and related reports, as requested

Administration and Others

  • Conduct data entry of accounting entries into the system and ensure that data entry is accurate
  • Prepare digital copies of records on a regular basis
  • Check and validate quality and accuracy of information provided by Affiliates for transactions processing
  • Assist with internal control activities in accordance with group policies

Requirements:

  • Good knowledge in accounting principles , local & international accounting standards
  • Strong numerical, analytical and communication skills are required
  • Ability to perform multiple tasks simultaneously and strive to achieve team performance objectives
  • Possesses team player qualities and takes initiative and ownership of assigned duties
  • Conversant in Oracle (AP) and Microsoft Office Suite preferred but experience with other ERPs may be considered