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    The Salvation Army (An International Christian Organisation)
  • 8 - 10 Years
  • Malaysia - Selangor - Petaling Jaya - 26,Jalan Puteri 4/2,Bandar Puteri,47100 Puchong
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Job Description

Responsibilities

General ledger including



provide approval to expenses within limit,

audit and approving financial transactions and document

ensure timely month end and year end closing

provide value added financial analysis



Governance including



ensure compliance with charities accounting principles, and statutory legislations

prepare financial reports in accordance to policies and guidelines

handle internal control compliance and implementation

keep abreast of the relevant regulations to ensure compliance



Oversee a team of Accounts personnel including



supervise and providing guidance to subordinates

manage team members towards department goals and objectives

provide training to team members when required



Undertake specific projects as assigned by Regional Officer

Requirements



Degree in Accounting or equivalent with management experience

Minimum 8 years’ experience in managing turnover of not less than RM5 million

Possess effective written and spoken communication skills

Hands on experience using Enterprise Resource Planning system (eg Oracle)



Working Location



The Salvation Army – Malaysia Office

26, Jalan Puteri 4/2, Bandar Puteri, 47100 Puchong, Selangor

Profile Summary

Type:Company Job

Role:Senior Executive

Industry:Non-Profit Organisation/Social Services/NGO

Salary:Not Disclosed

Deadline:12th Jan 2020

Company Profile

The Introduction
The Salvation Army made its entrance to Malaya in July, 1938 when Frederick Harvey set up the first centre in a former YMCA building in Penang. He went on to establish a free school on the island for hundreds of poor children, building upon our Founder William Booth's mission to break cycles of poverty. Over the initial few years the Army opened up corps and social programmes in Ipoh, Melaka, Batang Melaka and Kuching.
Today
The Salvation Army in Malaysia has ten corps and a range of social service programmes that provide both spiritual guidance and practical assistance to people in need. The Army has developed its specialised residential care work with young people and has also developed other services such as homes for the elderly, day care centres, kindergartens and community service centres.

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