Accounts Officer Salary in Singapore
Accounts Officer Salary
The average salary for a Accounts Officer is $3350 per month. The lowest salaries we recorded were $3000 and the highest salaries we have seen were $3500 per month.
Average Accounts Officer Salary in Singapore (Per Month)
SGD 3350Based on job posts on WorkClassClick to check out the hottest Accounts Officer jobs on WorkClass
What does the AccountsOfficer do?
Accounts Officer is responsible for all accounting related activities at an organisation. 1: Prepare and maintain records of financial transactions of the company, including daily balance sheet and profit & loss account. 2: Completely understand all aspects of the operations, expenses and other costs involved with running a business. 3: Ensure that all accounts are accurate, on time and in accordance with internal policies and procedures 4: Have overall responsibility for posting receipts and payments to the bank or cash book 5: Completes any required reconciliation between accounts from other divisions. 6: Maintains audit trails of monthly finance statements, bank statements etc 7: Monitor credit ratings of suppliers 8: Maintains stock register 9: Compiles monthly company reports 10: Process
What are the most common job requirements for the AccountsOfficer job?
At least 2 years of working experience in the related field is required for this position.
Candidate must possess at least Higher secondary/Pre-U/A level/College, Professional Certificate/NITEC, Diploma/Advanced/Higher/Graduate Diploma in any field.
Required language(s): English, Mandarin
Accounts payable knowledge
Understand general accounting procedures
Familiar with relevant accounting software (such as Sage, FreshBooks, QuickBooks)
Proficient in data entry and management
5.5 Days Working hours: 9am - 6pm/ 9am - 1pm
What are the most common daily responsibilities for the AccountsOfficer job?
Collect, review and verify invoices and inspect requests
Sort, code and match invoices
Set up invoice payment
Enter the invoice and upload it to the system
Track expenses and process expense reports
Prepare and process electronic transfers and payments
Post transactions to journals, ledgers, and other records
Reconciling accounts payable transactions