Financial Reporting Officer

The Financial Reporting (FR) Officer is responsible for assisting the execution of financial statement close process (FSCP), preparation of financial statements (FS), and their supporting schedules. This position coordinates with the other teams (AP, AR, and Treasury) in the analysis and reconciliation of accounts.


Role and Responsibilities

  1. Financial Statement Close Process
    • Responsible for the FSCP. Analyze and reconcile all accounts, prepare adjusting entries if any in coordination with the AP Team and AR Team.
    • Perform variance analysis and coordinate with Division Head regarding significant fluctuations.
    • Responsible for the preparation and in-depth analyses of the FS package (FS and supporting schedules).
    • Perform intercompany reconciliation and monitor intercompany transactions and balances.
    • Monitor acquisition, records disposal, and related depreciation of fixed assets and inventory.
    • Assist in preparing FS and presentation materials. Present FS package, if necessary.
    • Prepare reports as required by the Department Head and Top Management.
  1. Cash, Intercompany, Inventory, and Fixed Assets
    • Monitor fixed asset acquisition and record disposal in the books and ensure that fixed asset listing is updated timely in the accounting system.
    • Monitor inventory count performed by the Operations Team every end of the month.
    • Monitor movement of fixed assets from one location to another in coordination with the Fixed Asset Custodian. Ensure movements are recorded in the books.
    • Prepare reconciliation of intercompany accounts.
  2. External Reporting
    • Responsible for the preparation of audit schedules and requirements.
    • Coordinate with external financial statement auditors.
  3. Budget
    • Prepare an annual budget including capital expenditures.
    • Identify and investigate significant variances in coordination with the Financial and Statutory Reporting (FSR) Head.
  4. Internal Process Review
    • Review the internal process and check that actual processes are in accordance with the policy.
    • Review soundness of policy, procedure, and work instruction.
    • Perform other tasks as may be assigned from time to time.


Job Qualification

  1. Bachelor’s Degree in Accountancy
  2. Registered Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
  3. At least three (3) years of work experience in accounting or one (1) year work experience in audit
  4. Experience in general accounting and preparation of FS
  5. Proficient knowledge in accounting standards and preparation  of financial statements
  6. Able to analyze financial data and prepare financial reports, statements, and projections
  7. Proficient knowledge and skills using computer software applications such as Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and other computer software applications
  8. Experience in using financial and accounting software application such as SAP, Oracle and NetSuite is a plus
  9. Willing to work in a flexible schedule and conduct site visits