Jr. Financial Accountant
ING is the largest online bank in the whole of Europe and a frontrunner in the transformation of banking. At ING, we believe all sustainable progress is driven by people with the imagination and determination to improve their future and the futures of those around them.
Our story in Romania started in 1994. Here we pioneered the local banking industry, bringing new products and services for local corporate. In 2004, ING extended services to individual clients, with an innovative banking model – ING Self’Bank. Today, ING Romania has over 1,100,000 individual active clients and ING Home’Bank is rated as the best digital banking application.
We’re on a journey that’s centered around our customers, powered by technology and driven by smart, determined people. Sharing the purpose of empowering people to stay a step ahead in life and in business, since 2015, ING Tech Center develops banking solutions in the fields of Core Banking Development, Financial Markets and Data Management for ING Group, including ING Bank Romania. By using the latest methodologies in software development, our fast growing team gathers more than 500 tech enthusiasts who work for international projects that go beyond traditional banking.
There has never been a more interesting time to work at ING.
Why work for us? Here’s a snapshot of our perks:
•Work from Home
•Flexible Work Schedule
•Agile Way of Working
• Graduate of Economic University;
• 1-2 years of experience in accounting in a multinational company;
• Strong knowledge of Financial Accounting for banks;
• Strong computer literacy –
o MS Office – MS Excel is a must, MS Access would be an advantage;
o PeopleSoft ERP V.9.1 would be a plus;
• Fluency in English;
• Analytical, detail-orientated and well organized;
• Good communication skills.
Has responsibility in executing financial accounting activities according to the laws and regulations in force. These activities include, amongst others:
Accounting for fixed assets, operating expenses & payments;
Accounting for various income;
Accounting for accruals;
Staff advances and expense statements;
Documenting supporting information (audit trail);
Control and maintenance of book structure;
Control on financial closing process;
Control and consistency of accounting policies (RAS & IFRS accounting policies)
Document and review accounting related procedures;
Statutory and tax audits: acts as contact department towards (statutory) auditors for local /group financial reporting issues, organises/coordinates statutory audits of local/group financial statements, facilitates tax audits;
Applies controls in order to monitor compliance with the procedures for activities performed.
Paticipates to and takes responsibility in continuous improvement of processes that have implications in bookkeeping and consolidation of data from financial transactions.