The position is responsible for handling Cost Accounting for processing plants, which includes inventory valuation, cost capturing, preparing the production and stock movement report, verifying production information for cost calculation, and calculating plant performance, etc..
Being responsible for the daily monitoring of plant operations though reviewing the production report.
Managing payment proposals generation, execution and handling any payment exceptions.
Handling production reports and inventory valuations.
Reconciling and resolving stock discrepancies from report and actual.
Working with the Production and Warehouse teams in cases of stock/production report issues.
Building supportive relationships with peers and colleagues.
Handling ad-hoc requests in a timely manner.
The role holder must comply with all the Quality Management System (QMS), Business Continuity Planning and COSO requirements and guidelines of the organization as well as local tax requirements. This role will report to the Team Leader – Record to Report, Finance Shared Services in the Korat Plant, Thailand.
Minimum Required Qualifications
2-3 years of experience in finance operations with good expertise in R2R and costing.
Knowledge and familiarity with cost accounting, inventory valuation and performance tracking.
Demonstrated process improvement skills.
Experience of working in shared service operations is preferred.
A self-starter with excellent MS-Office skills.
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
Business level of English proficiency, both written and verbal.
Preferred Required Qualifications
End to end process knowledge in RTR and costing.
Working knowledge of ERP (JDE/SAP) is preferred.
Flexible to work on any shifts.
Superior team coordination skills.
Demonstrated analytical skills.
Advanced working knowledge of MS Office (Word / Excel / Powerpoint).
Since PRTR’s establishment in Thailand in 1990, we have been a part of a roller coaster ride called Thailand's economy. We have witnessed the highs of the property boom, the collapse of the currency, the pain Thailand suffered facing up to the stringent demands of the IMF, the demise of the American mortgage market, Thailand’s ongoing political power struggle and the recent devastating floods. We are now playing our part in Thailand's future, which will see a steady annual growth, improved health and welfare services, a decrease in poverty, an increasing domestic demand from a growing middle class and a business environment that dictates transparency and increased honesty. We currently have 5 offices in Bangkok and 2 offices in the Eastern Seaboard of Thailand employing a total of 232 staff with a further 41 staff supporting our client partners at their locations in Thailand. Our plan is for PRTR to become Thailand’s most successful recruitment, staff outsourcing and business process outsourcing services group of companies.