ts they handle over 40 million monthly transactions throughout worldwide customers.
Job Description • double reporting to the Headquarters Financial Controller and to the Russia General Director • handling and monitoring of all daily accounting activities • budgeting • preparing monthly financial reports, income tax, social tax and VAT reports • preparing annual financial report based on yearly controlled reports • collection of the receivables • payments • oversight of the financial activity with the holding company.
Skill Required • Certified Chief Accountant / Bookkeeper, with at least 5 years of successful experience in a similar Accountant position, preferably within mid size ($5-$10M) Software, Telecom or High-Tech companies • experience in working with a US Holding/subsidiary is an advantage • knowledge of 1-C software programs • details oriented, meticulous, energetic and excellent team player • very computer literate with ability to adapt to the company's own software programs • fluent English
Benefits excellent salary company benefits
City, region Moscow
Discipline Finance and Accountancy
Sector IT and Telecommunications
CV Email Application by email…
RBC is pent providing industry info, sharing tips and best practices etc. I try my best to connect everyone and I also share my networks across groups being that my contacts are open networkers. My work on LinkedIn consists of business contacts, industry contacts as well as recruiters. Now, I am not going to just hand off my clients and there numbers email and how many kids they have, but I always try to make that connection should the circumstance be credible and trustworthy. I am very meticulous in managing my network, communicating with my network and providing any info I can to them. I do not simply have a massive network for numbers. I actually work the network, make a living off of those in my network (candidates) and if I can’t help them I do my best to get them to someone who can. (relationship building) Which you will find in turn pay off ten fold. At least it has for me, and I have been extremely happy with the folks I’ve meet along the way and the relationships that have grown from all of this.
LinkedIn and RBC can be similar depending on how you build and use your network, but in general my use of these 2 specific sites is drastically different.
I hope this helps in explaining.…
absolute must that you give them enough preparation to be able to get past the interviewers style and personal bias and into the specifics of why they are the best person for the job. I would consider it very unprofessional to let someone go in and potentially be blindsided by a lack of knowledge.
However there is merit in letting the candidate stand on their own two feet and get the role from their own efforts so I give everyone the same information pack and advice and that way it is a level playing field.
Would I pay an external expert to do this? Perhaps for the right level of role say a Regional Manager / VP or above but even then I would like to think (perhaps in a degree of self aggrandizement) that I have the ability to know what the interview engagement will be like and how to best steer them through the potential pitfalls.
It was interesting to read of the person who found the old manual and reworked it and subsequently published around this as I was trained by an "old school" manager who believed that you should be meticulous in the preparation phase and try not to leave it to chance.
It was a good question and one that I think deserves further consideration as to where I could possibly implement such a solution for the benefit of my business results.…