|Experienced Auditor (A1)|
|İşə götürən :||Moore Stephens Azerbaijan|
|Əlaqədar şəxs :||ulker hamidova|
|İş təcrübəsi:||3 ildən 5 ilə qədər|
|İxtisas:||EXPERIENCED AUDITOR (A1)|
|Tarix:||28 Jan 2019|
|Son tarix:||28 Apr 2019|
Experience/qualifications At least two years of experience in a professional practice is required to attain this grade and generally assistants at this level will have three years of experience. Experienced Auditors would normally be expected to be studying for the final level of a recognised international accounting qualification.
Attributes A1’s should be able to take responsibility for the performance of complex individual tasks requiring the supervision of one or two other members of staff (such as overseeing the completion of a major audit section or leading fieldwork on a minor project) such that the work is performed to the required standards and deadlines are met. They should willingly accept requests to work more than the required number of hours and understand the need for efficiency within the office. They should: - • Display the level of initiative and innovation required of a member of staff who is to supervise other and be confident enough to make routine decisions without reference to more senior members of staff. • Make valuable suggestions without prompting in addition to being alert for potential ways in which to improve client service and general office operations. • Have a good grounding in all aspects of international accounting practice and familiarity with the major IFRSs. • Have a thorough knowledge of the Moore Stephens conversion spreadsheet and experience with is use. • Understand the links between a trial balance and finalised accounts and being familiar with the nature of the major taxes including VAT, Profit Tax and Property Tax. • Having some knowledge of charts of accounts and forms beyond those required for standard companies, for instance the banking chart of accounts or form B3. The most significant differences between Russian and international accounting practices should be understood. • The ability to produce complicated Excel spreadsheets such as cash flow projections. • Taking a positive initiative to solving client and firm problems, procedures and situations and communication solutions to the appropriate personnel. • Fluent spoken English with the ability to read it freely and express complicated ideas in writing. • Displaying a willingness for personal development and the ability to assist others with their development.