Finance Staff - Lowongan Baru Nissan Motor Indonesia

26 April 2008



Company Description

PT Nissan Motor Indonesia is a manufacture and distributor company of "Nissan" car. Our company employed more than 900 employees. As a worldwide company with Japan investment, we invite you to join our team, and grow with us.

Finance Staff

Job specification :

Position : Finance Staff

Department : Finance, Accounting, and Tax

Working Location : Head Office (Jakarta)

Job Description :

· Checking all document before payment process

· Checking All Fund Request (BBK) that was complete with superior sign and supporting document

· Prepare payment process by Movex system (APS 130) and print payment voucher

· Make payment through E-banking (GCMS) or BG/Cheque

· Key in all payment transaction in Bank Book and File

· Reconcile ending balance in Bank Statement and Movex

· Maintain mutation for bank in original currency in line with mutation in Movex (GL)

· File in order by number

· Make the daily Cashflow and forecast for 1 month and send to Fin.Spv

· Make Cashflow Analysis and forecast for 2 months and send to FAD-Mgr, NML, NIFS

· Collected all invoices for NML Group and send to NIFS with PD approval

Requirement :

· Bachelor degree from reputable university major in Accounting with GPA min 3. (Fresh Graduate are welcome to apply)

· Preferably male, single, age maximum 25 years old

· Have good numerical ability, analytical thinking, and logic of verbal

· Have good interpersonal relationship & able to work as team.

· Fast learner, hard working, can work under pressure, available work overtime.

· Have interest in automotive.

· Fluent in English (both oral and written).

Please submit your complete application letter

Before Mei 30, 2008 to:

HRD-GA Division


Gd.Nissan MT.Haryono 3rd floor

Jl.MT.Haryono Kav.10 Jakarta Timur 13330

(Subject: FIN)

Or via email: (Subject: FIN)

Only short listed candidates who meet requirement will be notified.

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