Accountant

Location
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Salary
Competitive
Posted
05 Mar 2019
Closes
05 Apr 2019
Ref
3894270
Job role
Accountant
We are looking for a responsible Accountant who will handle client accounts receivable and collections as well as the company’s accounting in cooperation with and under the direction of the Managing Director.

Role:

● Responsible for accounts receivable collection and follow up long overdue debts, calling up customers on a daily basis.

● Reconciliation of statement of account before sending it out to customers

● Prepare and Printing of sales reports and generate SOAs

● Daily sales collection updates and issue credit note

● Generate month end reports and other reports

● Monitoring customer account details for non-payments, delayed payments and other irregularities.

● Maintain accurate customer receivable files/ up-to-date billing data files within the system.

● Perform data entry into the account system for invoice and payment

● Handle other Payables monthly reconciliations

● Maintain and upkeep the fixed assets register and perform asset count periodically

● Profit and loss accounting and analysis

● Support month end closing activities

● Ensure accounting policies and procedures are followed.

● Any other duties assigned by management.

● Able to assist and provide report to the Managing Director/Management as and when required.

● Providing accounting and clerical support to ensure that financial transactions are in compliance and of the VAT regulations.

● Preparation, validation and submission of monthly and quarterly VAT returns for the UAE entities

● Handle VAT reporting (payables and receivables). Ensure collections and payments are done in line with UAE regulations

● Prepare and manage all documents in line with VAT regulations and other related activities

● Maintain controls by adhering to the accounting department’s policies and procedures and ensure Tax practices are in compliance with UAE financial reporting statutes, standards and financial reporting best practices

● Meet with clients and suppliers for collection or make payments.

● Visit the bank to cheques.