Keywords: accountants,Accounting Supervisor,Book Keeping,Account Handling,Accounts Management,Accounts,accounting,Finance
Role Purpose: 1. Responsible for managing and leading a team of accountants. This includes assigning tasks, providing training and guidance, and conducting performance evaluations. 2. Ensure that financial transactions are recorded accurately and completely in the organization's books, and that all financial reports are prepared in compliance with the standards. 3. Reviewing and analyzing financial reports, such as balance sheets, income statements, and cash flow statements, to ensure they are accurate and provide valuable insights to management. 4. Developing and implementing accounting policies and procedures that ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements, and that provide clear guidelines for the accounting team to follow. 5. Involved in the budget preparation process, providing guidance on financial projections, and ensuring that budgeted amounts are in line with actual expenses. 6. Liaising with auditors during the annual audit process, providing documentation and responding to queries to ensure a smooth and timely audit. 7. Stay up to date with changes in accounting standards and regulations and ensure that the accounting team is aware of any changes that may affect their work. 8. Preparation of board general assembly meetings and ordinary or extraordinary board meetings: The accounting supervisor may also be responsible for preparing for board general assembly meetings and ordinary or extraordinary board meetings. This includes preparing financial reports, presenting financial data, and answering any financial-related questions the board may have. The accounting supervisor may also be responsible for ensuring that all necessary documentation and reports are available and presented in a timely and accurate manner during these meetings. Additionally, the accounting supervisor may be responsible for ensuring that any financial decisions made during these meetings are properly recorded and implemented.