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Mar 142019
 

Are you a Senior accountant ? Do you have a good overview about Finance ? Do you know how to obtain the best of your team ? Super, I have a great opportunity I’m working on. One of our prestigious clients, a Hotel Management Company is immediately looking for a Senior Accountant in Brussels who will be in charge of the hotels properties. You’ll have the opportunity to evolve in a fast growing firm with strong responsibilities. Senior Accountant – Function Accounting from A to Z Balance sheet accounts Consolidation/reconciliation. Monthly expense analysis & closing. Ensure accuracy of financial statements. Senior Accountant – Profile At least a bachelor in Accounting. Minimum of 5 years of experience Proactive, flexible, hands-on and perseverant. Fluent in French or Dutch and very good knowledge Senior Accountant – Offer You’ll have the possibility to be a part of a company in a corporate culture who is passionately committed. An attractive salary higher than the market ! up to 55k – 65k according to your previous experience. Great package with meal vouchers, … 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: Real estate, Accounting, 40 hours, Outside the Netherlands, Non

Company name: Stepstone NL –

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