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Mar 142019
 

Eager to deepen your knowledge and experience in Finance and to share those with colleagues? Our Project Consultant position will be the job for you! Currently, we are looking for several Project Consultants to join the Business Unit ‘Transition and Support Brussels’. As Project Consultant you will be deployed in diverse projects in a financial department of big national and international companies and this in various sectors. The content of your projects will depend on the clients’ needs and on your furthering path and are mainly situated within the fields of bookkeeping and controlling.  Our Finance Professionals have the following competences: You have a Financial degree You have minimum 2 years of experience within a finance department or in audit You are not afraid of working on both operational and advisory projects within SMEs and multinationals You speak fluent Dutch and/or French and you have a good knowledge of English We offer you an attractive salary package, including the following extralegal benefits: Company car + fuel card Pension plan Hospitalisation insurance Meal vouchers Telephone subscription Net representation allowance A flexible reward plan When joining TriFinance, you will discover a dynamic and inspiring environment full of personal development opportunities and challenging assignments. We act as your career accelerator and destination finder. How will we do this? By o… Original job ad is published on StepStone.be – Set up a Jobagent at StepStone now and find your dream job! https://bit.ly/2jPYsZC For similar jobs, information on employers and career tips visit StepStone.be!

Match criteria: Finance, Consulting, Accounting, Controller, Analyst, 40 hours, Outside the Netherlands, Non

Company name: Stepstone NL –

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