An IFRS-Accountant’s range of tasks
An IFRS-Accountant participates in the monthly closings. He or she…
- collects and checks all the information to implement IFRS-adjustments in an ERP-environment;
- executes in BGAAP and IFRS;
- verifies the consolidated financial states;
- makes corrections if necessary and analyses the differences between budget figures and reality.
The IFRS-Accountant also takes part in the monthly management reporting. He or she…
- prepares the budgets;
- verifies the received information;
- implements IFRS-adjustments.
The IFRS-Account acts within the organisation as an IFRS Knowledge Centre. Through trainings and self-study he builds expertise in IFRS and shares that knowledge via workshops and trainings. He or she…
- takes care of the basic documentation on new standards and requirements;
- knows the answer to all ad hoc requests from shareholders, commissioners and departments.
An IFRS-Accountant’s profile
- Master’s Degree in economics or an equivalent through experience;
- 3 to 5 years of experience as an auditor or within an IFRS-accounting;
- knowledge of the business;:
- well-organised team player.