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  • Associate, Accounting and Finance

    Job Locations ID
    Job ID
    2019-1368
    Employment Type
    Employee (Full-Time)
  • Position Overview

    The Associate, Accounting & Finance for Indonesia will provide accounting and financial support for the Rare’s Indonesia team for the implementation of the Indonesia-based program. The primary responsibilities are to support day-to-day financial transactions, relevant tax duties, and financial reporting including but not limited to:

     

    Accounting & Taxation

    • Preparing annual tax return and payment within the required time frames
    • Preparation and filing of monthly tax returns to the relevant authorities, as follows:

    Corporate income tax ("PPh 25"); Withholding tax article 23 on services, royalties, interest, rent and dividends ("PPh 23") provide by I paid to local entities; Withholding tax article 26 on services, royalties, interest, rent and dividends (" PPh 26") provided by I paid to offshore entities; Final withholding tax return on construction, consultant, rent of land and/or building and sale of property ("PPh 4(2)"); and Value Added Tax ("PPN") ;if any.

    • Preparation of employee income tax slip (SPT 1721-AI)
    • Preparation of journal entries based on payment and receipt vouchers submitted;
    • Preparation of non-cash journal vouchers and entries, such as depreciation of fixed assets, amortization of prepaid expenses, monthly foreign exchange adjustments on the monetary assets and monetary liabilities, etc. based on supporting evidences submitted;
    • Preparation of trial balance, general ledger and supporting details according to the chart of accounts;
    • Reconciliation of bank statements, list of outstanding receivables and payables, list of fixed assets, taxes and other supporting details with the general ledger accounts;

    Payroll

    • Preparation of the list of individual staff remuneration based on information submitted by Talent;
    • Reconciliation of the employees' salary list with the individual employee salary details;
    • Calculation of the employee tax and BPJS Employment and Healthcare of individual staff based on salary information;
    • Preparation of a take home pay list of individual staff, to be reviewed and agreed;
    • Preparation of the transfer instruction and overall summary report of the individual staff salaries to be sent to the designated bank accounts;
    • Preparation of salary slips for all employees;

    Finance

    • Prepare monthly financial reports for headquarters/regional office and project reports for donors and the Government of Indonesia (GOI); draft proposal budgets for donors in collaboration across departments;
    • Together with Manager, Finance & Operations, assist with audit processes for the country, which may include annual financial statement audits in accordance with local laws, Rare required audits, and donors’ audits in accordance with grant agreements.
    • Preparation, reporting and payment via the bank account of the take home pay amounts on a monthly basis;
    • Preparation, reporting and payment via the bank account of the monthly employee income tax;
    • Preparation, reporting and payment via the bank account of the BPJS Employment and Healthcare on a monthly basis.
    • Maintain and update bank and petty cash books;
    • Manage petty cash movements, conduct petty cash counts on a regular basis, and reconcile the cash count results to petty cash books and resolve any discrepancies noted;
    • Prepare sequentially pre-numbered payment yang and receipt vouchers;
    • File the payment and receipt vouchers properly with the supporting evidence attached to the related vouchers;
    • Manage fixed assets;
    • Manage banking requirements;
    • Keep all original documents in file and scanned copy as HO requirement

    Experience & Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree and at least five years’ experience in accounting and/or financial management or in a closely related field.
    • Tax Brevet A & B Certification
    • Previous financial management experience with an international non-governmental organization or similar entity.
    • Demonstrated experience and skills in budget monitoring.
    • Knowledge of international donors’ rules and regulations would be a decided plus.
    • Experience in organization wide audits, as well as any donor and GOI specific audits.
    • Proactive temperament and ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.
    • Good oral and written English language skills.
    • Willingness to travel to project sites as needed.
    • Computer literate in the use of word-processing, spreadsheets, accounting software, and local area networking.

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