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Job Offer - Account Payable Supervisor - MÖVENPICK RESORT WAVERLY PHU QUOC, VIETNAM - Accor Jobs

Mövenpick

02/10/2019

Account Payable Supervisor

Job Reference 504991 Profession Finance - Accounting - Audit | Accounting/consolidation

Hotel or Entity MÖVENPICK RESORT WAVERLY PHU QUOC, VIETNAM Managed hotel

City
Phu Quoc
State
South
Region/Country
Vietnam 
MÖVENPICK RESORT WAVERLY PHU QUOC, VIETNAM Scheduled to open in Quarter II 2019, Movenpick Resort Waverly Phu Quoc will feature 688 rooms. Tastefully designed the resort will also include 79 villas. Other facilities will feature a 740sqm ballroom equipped with cutting edge audio-visual technology and lighting. On the beach front, the resort will include two large swimming pools and one kids pool. The 450 seats all day dining restaurant and the 80-seat bar/lounge are part of the F&B facilities featuring tasty and vibrant dining concepts. For lifestyle services the resort is also equipped with a kid-teen club, a GYM and a unique impressive 2 floors wellness spa.
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Contract

Job Level Job/National under local employment status (or Foreigner already entitled to be recruited for this role) More information
Fixed-term contract: No
Status Full Time
Anticipated Start Date 22-07-2019

Skills

Level of Education
Bachelor / Licence
Areas of study
Economy, Finance, Accounting
Professional experiences
1 to 2 years
Languages essential
Vietnamese
English

Essential and optional requirements

- Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or a related discipline as well as a minimum of 5 years including generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP).
- Previous supervisory experience or progressively responsible positions is required.
- Certified Public Accountant (CPA) corporate accounting experience, or an advanced degree is preferred.
- Ability to work independently, show initiative, while demonstrating strong collaboration skills in a team environment.
- Excellent analytical, problem solving and organizational skills including the ability to prioritize.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Key tasks

Provide guidance and support to team members regarding the appropriate accounting classification for purchase orders and invoices to ensure compliance with existing procurement and capitalization policies.
- Review employee expense statements to ensure proper accounting classification and compliance with the travel and expense guidelines.
- Review and approve journal entries and account reconciliations. Assist with the validation and reconcilation of general ledger balances and financial statement line items.
- Review, analyze, and modify specific accounting procedures to ensure efficiency and accuracy of accounting records as well as participate in the monthly general ledger close process.
- Assist in the maintenance and design of internal accounting controls over financial reporting (Model Audit Rule/Sarbanes-Oxley 404). Work to strengthen and improve internal accounting controls to prevent and detect errors in the processing of transactions, to safeguard assets and ensure the reliability of financial records and information.
- Assist with the development of policies, checklists, and other materials that describe the organization's technical, quality, service, or reliability standards to help leaders evaluate supplier proposals.
- Collaborate with Senior Leaders to maintain a current procurement policy and enforce it through the AP process as well as assisting in the evaluation and selection of suppliers.