Administrator – Central – Audit

Deloitte in Ukraine is currently searching for Administrator in Audit department of our Kyiv office.

You will be a part of Audit team and will mainly provide administrative support and manage department day-to-day life.

Deloitte is one of the world’s leading professional services firms, offering a full range of services to its clients, including audit, accounting, consulting, financial advisory and tax & legal.

The role will involve:

  • Working with SAP system. Research, compile and summarize required materials and prepare various day-to-day reports
  • Business Reporting
  • Issuing invoices, working with contracts
  • Projects maintenance administration in SAP (creating, changing and closing projects in SAP)
  • Projects management administration, analysis of projects’ economy
  • Time Sheets administration
  • Maintain strict confidentiality on all corporate issues, information and communications
  • Back-up of Contracts and Scheduling Administrator

To be considered you should possess:

  • 1+ year of experience will be a plus
  • University Degree in Economics
  • Good command of English
  • Strong organizational and communication skills
  • Ability to work in time constraints, set priorities, do multiple tasks and make independent decisions
  • Attention to details and proactiveness
  • Good computer skills, Excel in particularly
  • Highly organized and self-driven.
  • Result-oriented and responsible
  • Analytical skills
  • Team player skills

Requisition code: 129570

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