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Account Receivable and FPNA Analyst II E-comm II Dubai II 25-35 LPA

Unison International Consulting Pvt. Ltd

Posted on May 17, 2019

2 - 5 years Dubai - United Arab Emirates

Chartered Accountant(Chartered Accountant), Bachelor of Commerce(Commerce). Any Nationality

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Daily monitoring of sale and realization
Extensive reconciliation with various modes of receipt
Banking ensure timely realization, commercials and SLAs
Control over the operational cost
Manage sales return process
Salary: INR 10,00,000 - 15,00,000 P.A.
Industry: Internet / Ecommerce
Functional Area: Accounts , Finance , Tax , Company Secretary , Audit
Role Category: Accounts
Role: Accounts Executive/Accountant
Employment Type: Permanent Job, Full Time
Finance Banking Reconciliation Receipt SLAS

Internet / E-commerce / Dotcom

Accounts / Taxation / Audit / Company Secretary

Desired Candidate Profile

Qualified CA and Experience in Accounts Receivable.
E-commerce Exposer is MUST.
Education:UG -B.Com - Commerce


Auditing Monitoring Operations Bank reconciliation Accounts receivable Accounts Executive Company Secretary Analyst II E-commerce Management

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