Part-time bookkeeper

Posted in: Jobs on September 5, 2019

Intellidex would like to appoint a senior part-time bookkeeper to work one day per week.

The ideal candidate would:

1. Have considerable experience in bookkeeping at a multinational company working in multiple currencies, preferably with experience of SA, USA and UK companies including differing tax requirements.

2. Be experienced in Sage and Quickbooks online.

3. Be willing to work for one day per week (which could be split into two half days) based at our offices in Sandton

Duties will be to support our fulltime accounts manager to ensure appropriate intercompany accounts are maintained and that the statutory accountants in each jurisdiction are fully supported in tax filings and creation of annual financial statements.

The role would suit a retiree or someone with a portfolio of bookkeeping responsibilities.

The role would be based at our offices in Sandton.

If you are interested in the position, please send a covering letter in which you address the three requirements listed above and CV with references to jobs@intellidex.co.za or complete the form below. Deadline for applications is 20 September 2019.

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