Accounts Manager Salary in Singapore
Accounts Manager Salary
The average salary for a Accounts Manager is $4000 per month. The lowest salaries we recorded were $3900 and the highest salaries we have seen were $4750 per month.
Average Accounts Manager Salary in Singapore (Per Month)
SGD 4000Based on job posts on WorkClassClick to check out the hottest Accounts Manager jobs on WorkClass
What does the AccountsManager do?
A accounts manager is a role in charge of managing the day to day financial aspects of a business. They are responsible for ensuring that the financial aspects of daily operations are managed properly, and that the business is operating its financial goals. This means they will most likely deal with things such as payroll, benefits, taxes, taxes and more taxes. Some managers may also be in charge of vendor management. A accounts manager is generally not considered an "executive" position, but rather a form of administrative work.
What are the most common job requirements for the AccountsManager job?
Degree in Finance/Accounting or related fields
Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
3-5 years of work experience and 1-2 years of managerial experience
Solid proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Xero
Create and sustain a pipeline of new business through proactive outreach
Ability to navigate large corporate organizations, network, and sell across multiple organizational layers
Genuine curiosity and a strong desire to learn and grow on a continuous basis
A start-up mentality - highly collaborative with an entrepreneurial, roll-up-your-sleeves mentality, pragmatic, and capable of working independently when necessary.
What are the most common daily responsibilities for the AccountsManager job?
Overseeing and reviewing works done by the Finance Team
Liaising with external auditors and tax agents to ensure compliance of statutory requirements
Liaising with bankers, corporate secretary and other government agencies whenever required
Producing financial reports for account payables, account receivables, expenses, etc
Monitor the day-to-day financial operations of the Company
Review financial data and prepare monthly and annual management reports
Understand and adhere to financial regulations and legislations
Preparation of payroll, regulatory and tax filings