Manager - Audit Department

Dear subscribers,

We are writing to inform you of the following new vacancies at the Deloitte Dushanbe office:

Manager, Audit department

Qualifications:

  • ACCA/CPA or equivalent qualification or experience
  • 5+ external audit experience
  • Knowledge of IFRS
  • Knowledge of financial reporting and controls.
  • Commercial awareness of current economic and market trends
  • Track record of establishing strong relationships with clients.
  • Developed project management skills
  • Analytical approach with a motivated and committed attitude
  • Ability to develop strong client relationships
  • Advanced spoken and written English
  • The ability to work under own initiative and in many different and challenging environments.
  • Exceptional presentation, business writing and professional standards.

As a Manager with Deloitte you will assist with the management of the audit of key business units of our clients. This will involve audit planning, day-to-day management of field teams including review of audit work, liaison with key client staff and the management of the reporting process.

Responsibilities:

  • Development and coaching of staff.
  • Ensuring completion of audits/projects within agreed timescales.
  • Budgeting time allocation to assignments and explaining variances from budget.
  • Drafting accounts in accordance with IFRS

If you would like to apply for the above vacancy, please submit your CV to [email protected]

Thank you,

Talent department

Requisition code: 119941


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