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Financial Accountant- Intercompany Accounting

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Last Updated Date: Oct 23, 2021

Location: CZ

Company: Doosan Corp

Job Information

Position Type: Salaried

Company: Doosan

Location(s): Swords 1100

Business Unit: Shared Services

Grade: Shared Services

Position Summary: The primary responsibility of the Financial Accountant is to ensure the timely and accurate reporting of the financial position and performance of the Irish trading business units.

Role & Responsibility

We are looking for an Intercompany Accountant for our EMEA Accounting team based in Dobris. The responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

  • Month end intercompany reconciliation with other companies within the group and resolution of issues and out-of-balances, e.g. for intercompany invoices, intercompany loans etc.
  • Preparation, execution and supervision of intercompany netting process
  • Intercompany forecasting for Treasury teams
  • Independent preparation of journal entries as part of the month end closing process – including review and analysis of data provided by other teams
  • Pro-active communication other teams based within Europe but also with counterparts in the US or Korea 
  • Backup to record manual intercompany invoices
  • Independent preparation of monthly accrual calculations for assigned areas
  • Preparation of balance sheet reconciliations
  • Preparation of monthly balance sheet and P&L fluctuation analysis as well as balance sheet review packages and footnotes
  • Review and documentation of processes and support on improvement projects within Financial Accounting and Financial Reporting
  • Support finance team in internal controls compliance activities


Job Requirement


  • Minimum 2-4 years general ledger accounting or audit experience
  • Accounting month-end closing experience within an international company or BIG 4 Audit firm
  • Intermediate Excel skills (i.e. working knowledge of Vlookup, SumIf, Pivot Tables)
  • Oracle or SAP experience preferred
  • Involvement in the preparation of statutory financial statements
  • English skills are required – other languages are an advantage
  • ACCA qualification is a plus but not required
  • Good communication skills and ability to prioritize