May 22, 2024
Jun 01, 2024
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Full Time
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Job Description
Global Accounting Controllers (GAC) is a key part of Oracle's Global Controllers Organization. This progressive and innovative team comprises a dynamic group of finance professionals responsible for Oracle's US GAAP Accounting and Reporting.
Role: Perform activities that assist accurate and periodic on time book close for assigned countries, reconcile balance sheet accounts, resolve outstanding open items to help in ensuring correctness of financial statements and support various reporting requirements
The candidate must be B'COM with CA/CMA/ACCA with 0 to 2 Years of experience in Accounting and Finance
Key Activities:
- Month/Quarter close activities
- Balance Sheet account reconciliations
- Audit support
- Participate in Global Projects
- Test process changes due to system upgrades
- Contribution to process/reconciliation improvements
- Partner with the people globally to ensure a unified global approach to Close Management, Global Reporting and ongoing Financial Data management
- Work in a team for analyzing key operational activities identifying more effective and efficient mechanisms of delivery through Cloud technology and automation.
Behavioral competencies:
- Self-Driven and Result Oriented
- Good communication skills
- Team player
- Ability to collaborate well with various stakeholders across the globe
- Innovative and Fiduciary mindset
Career Level - IC2
As a member of the finance division, you will assist in accounting functions which may include general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, fixed assets, and inter-company transactions. Maintain the general ledger to include the preparation of journal entries, analysis, reconciliation and reporting. Maintain and implement general accounting systems. Conduct account reconciliation periodically, ledger close activities, and provide accurate financial data to support management in decision making. Develop and prepare financial reports including profit and loss, income and balance sheet statements. Review and analyze inter-company transactions. Ensure all journal entries comply with internal and external audit specifications. Participate in the ongoing development and maintenance of internal procedures and processes. May participate in special projects.
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