7 Feb 2023
Full-Time Chief Financial Officer – Tuguegarao
Accountability for the company’s accounting operations falls to the Financial Controller, who must produce periodic financial reports, maintain a sufficient accounting recordkeeping system, and implement a comprehensive set of controls and budgets to reduce risk, improve the accuracy of financial reports, and ensure that the company’s reported financial results adhere to generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) or international financial standards (IFRS).
Job Title : Chief Financial Officer
Location : Tuguegarao, Cagayan Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 38.24 per hour.
Company : Cardiovascular Research Foundation
Job Type : Full-Time
- Provides unique reports, interprets financial data and related systems, and identifies potential problem areas for Property Management at all levels.
- Responsible for planning, supervising, and assisting team members as they record, classify, and control financial transactions daily, weekly, and monthly.
- Researching old and new pieces of legislation, predicting new pieces of legislation, enforcing adherence to regulations, submitting financial reports, and providing advice to management on appropriate courses of action are all part of maintaining compliance with legal obligations imposed by the federal government, state governments, and local governments.
- Ensure that the process of filing tax returns and distributing quarterly tax payments is carried out in a timely and correct way by collaborating with both internal stakeholders and external tax experts. The requirements of the municipal, state, and federal governments should be taken into account.
- In order to guarantee compliance with all internal and external regulations and mandates, the organization must establish and maintain effective accounting controls that meet these requirements.
- Executes investigations in the areas of research and analysis, resulting in reports that include assessments of profitability and return on investment, as well as cost data comparisons to support findings and proposals.
- Establishes suitable accounting systems for revenue recognition and expense accruals to enable efficient asset management for the organization.
- Maintains equipment inventories, assesses new equipment and methods, creates preventive maintenance standards, and negotiates service contracts in order to guarantee that all gear is functioning properly.
- Performs reviews and analyses of both the budget and the financial reports, as well as creates and makes revisions and suggestions for the financial plan. Information and outcomes have to be communicated and disseminated to internal management as well as the parent firm.
- Finance Department actions, such as the introduction of new software and systems and other departmental or enterprise-wide improvements, may be supported via study, planning, and implementation.
- Experience in accounting or a similar sector for at least five years, with at least one year spent in a managerial capacity. Graduate of an approved four-year college program with a major in accounting or equivalent experience.
- To be proactive, one must be able to solve problems on their own without the constant guidance of others. Always on the lookout for additional responsibilities and open to hearing and reacting to criticism.
- In addition to planning, monitoring, and reviewing job results, maintains financial staff performance by coaching, counseling, and disciplining the workforce in general.
- A bachelor’s degree is necessary, preferably with a concentration in economics, accounting, or finance. Strong preference given to candidates who have either a master’s degree or an additional professional credential (such as a CPA or CMA).
- A minimum of ten years of accounting, auditing, and financial expertise is necessary, as well as a proven understanding of accounting concepts and corporate taxes.