Job Title

Financial Accountant

South Africa, Gauteng
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R25000 - R50000 Per Month
Area: South Africa, Gauteng
Sector: Accounting
Posted: 20 May 2024

Job Details

Key Responsibilities:

  • Review and Approve Invoices & Credit Notes (Debtors & Creditors)
  • Review Reconciled Customer & Supplier accounts
  • Liaise with Customers and Service providers
  • Authorisation of all payments and beneficiaries
  • Review reconciliations of bank accounts
  • Performing ad-hoc financial administration tasks as required
  • Monthly financial processing up to and including Balance Sheet Level
  • Review and Approve Balance Sheet Reconciliations
  • Responsible for the Reviewing, Finalizing and Reporting of Monthly Management Accounts & Year End Processing
  • Responsible for Drafting of Annual Financial Statements on Draftworx
  • Prepare, submit and finalize Annual Budgets
  • Prepare and submit weekly and monthly Cashflows
  • Responsible for Monthly Reporting on Budget Variances
  • Responsible for SARS Returns (including EMP201, EMP501, VAT, Income Tax)
  • Responsible for SARS Queries and communication
  • Responsible for Annual Reconciliations, submission and payment of Workman’s Compensation
  • Responsible for Annual CIPC returns and updates

Qualifications:

  • A National Diploma / Degree in Finance or a related field.
  • Proven experience (+ 3 x years) in Accounts Payable & Receivable / Cashbook / Relevant Accountant experience.
  • Proven experience in financial reporting and analysis.
  • Proficiency in data analysis and financial applications (e.g. Advanced Excel, Microsoft Office Suite).
  • Completed Articles- SAIPA or SAICA required.
  • Work Experience with XERO will be advantageous.
  • Excellent communication, and interpersonal skills, with the ability to collaborate effectively across functional areas and levels of the organization.
  • Demonstrated ability to drive results, solve complex problems, and make data-driven decisions in a fast-paced environment.
  • Own reliable transport.
  • Fluency in both English and Afrikaans