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TOA Global

Be part of a Global company and expand your career in Australian Accounting.






 
About TOA Global:

We believe in revolutionizing Global Accounting Teams and over the past 5 years we have expanded to over 1000 Accountants working for International Firms across Australia and the USA. With offices in Clark, Manila and Cebu we provide 21 days SIL, work/life balance, rewards and recognition programs, internationally recognized Accounting and Bookkeeping courses and a values centric environment to succeed. With a world class Learning Management Platform, your continued learning and CPE is in good hands.
We develop people through knowledge and experiences and have a range of activities and 360’ feedback channels to help guide us. You will enjoy monthly values awards, annual team building, Sportsfest, quarterly town halls, client week, year end party and much more…..

Our values are: Dream Big, Keep it Real, Be Awesome, and Bring the WOW!


Requirements:

  • ACCOUNTANT – graduate of any related course with at least 1-3 years’ experience
  • Previous experience with AUS accounting firm is an advantage
  • Preferably with experience in Xero and/or MYOB

Key tasks:

  • Bank Reconciliations, General Ledger Maintenance and Bookkeeping.
  • Balance sheet reconciliations. Accounts Payable/Receivable management.
  • Monthly reconciliations for debtor/creditor accounts.
  • Processing up to Trial Balance stage and preparing financial statements for lodgement with the Australian Taxation Office.
  • Preparation of monthly/quarterly management accounts and reports Preparation of superannuation and income projections
  • Completion and posting of daily timesheets
  • Prepares and records asset, liability, revenue, and expenses entries by compiling and analysing account
  • Maintains and balances subsidiary accounts by verifying, allocating, posting, reconciling transactions; resolving discrepancies.
  • Maintains general ledger by transferring subsidiary accounts; preparing a trial balance; reconciling entries.
  • Produces payroll by initiating computer processing; printing checks, verifying finished product. Completes external audit by analysing and scheduling general ledger accounts; providing information for auditors.
  • Protects organization's value by keeping information confidential.
  • Conduct research, analysis, development, and summarization of financial information for audit purposes and financial reporting and to perform the financial administration and reporting of federal and state grants.
  • Supervision of junior staff.
  • Preparation of the statutory financial accounts and regulatory returns for self-managed superannuation funds
  • Reconciliation of asset holdings and processing of corporate actions.
  • Preparation of minimum and maximum pension calculations
  • Offer open lines of communication between junior staff & management to ensure targets are met
  • Generate income for all investments income and auto match
  • Manually match any remaining transactions ensuring to create rules for all recurring transactions
  • Reconcile GST that has gone through the fund with what's been paid to the ATO
  • Prepare private tax returns, trust, partnership tax returns and End of year compliance jobs
  • Devise tax strategies to defer or eliminate tax payments
  • Complete required tax reporting in a timely manner
  • Prepare and update tax provision schedules
  • Research and correct process errors that caused incorrect tax filings and negotiate with tax authorities over tax payment issues
  
Systems:
  • Xero
  • MS Office
  • MYOB


Location and Schedule:

2nd Flr. BC12, PhilExcel Business Park, Clark, Pampanga
Monday-Friday; 7am-4pm