Aug 102017

Job Description:

• Handling all monetary transaction of an organization
• Receive payment by cash, cheques, credit card etc
• Checking daily cash accounts
• Guiding and solving queries of customers
• Maintaining monthly, weekly and daily report of transactions
• Maintains accounting records by making copies; filing documents.
• Reconciles bank statements by comparing statements with general ledger.
• Maintains accounting databases by entering data into the computer; processing backups.
• Verifies financial reports by running performance analysis software program.
• Determines value of depreciable assets by running depreciation software program.
• Protects organization’s value by keeping information confidential.
• Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities.
• Accomplishes accounting and organization mission by completing related results as needed.
• Manages all compliance issues with GRA and SSNIT

Qualification Required & Experience

• Age 25-35
• Should be graduate or diploma in accounting and should have knowledge of bank policies.
• He/she should have a good reference

Skill Set Required:

The key skills required for the Accounts Clerk we are looking for are:

• Technical: Must have adequate accounting skills
• Communication: Must be a good communicator
• Integrity: A person who can be trusted
• Discretion: Will have to hold some information in confidence
• Affability: Should be able to work with a number of people with different temperaments
• Must be an organized individual
• Skilled in using an Accounting or Financial Software
• Good Financial Reporting Skills
• Attention to Detail
• PC Proficiency
• Basic Typing will be an advantage
• Should be Dependable.

Salary Offering: 750 – 850 Ghana Cedis

Location: Accra

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