ADIDAS INDONESIA; Lowongan Asisstant Manager - Finance Reporting

24 Juni 2008


Company Description


Assistant Manager, Finance Reporting


* To assist in the weekly and monthly forecast process by providing insightful business analyses and reports support
* To participate in the annual budgeting & strategic planning process through consolidation of budget plans from the operating entities, reviewing of budget schedules (e.g. fixed assets, headcounts) and preparation of management presentation materials
* To help in the preparation of ad-hoc reports and analysis required at the regional and corporate level


* Female-Single below 30 years old
* Min Bachelor Degree, majoring in Accounting / Finance / Business
* Fluent in English both spoken and written
* Computer Literate (MS Words, Excel, Powerpoint, etc)
* Have at least 1 year of related experience
* Fast learner, diligent, analytical thinking and problem solving
* Willing to work overtime and meet the deadline
* Good communication & interpersonal skill
* Attention to details to ensure accuracy in reports preparation
* Able to work independently and as a team

Please send your complete resume and recent photograph to:

Plaza DM Lt.14
Jendral Sudirman Kav 25
Jakarta 10290


Only Short-Listed candidate will be notified

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