Organises and attends office marketing events, is aware of the wider range of services the firm offers and suggests innovative products to address the clients' needs;
Liaises with other departments to maximise client satisfaction.
Responsible for managing key client portfolio and building and maintaining good working relationships with all colleagues and clients;
Assists the audit partner in establishing audit objectives and overall scope;
Ensures key matters which arise during the audit which were not identified at the planning stage are properly assessed and dealt with;
Determines that all audit reports reflect the work performed and meet set reporting and auditing standards;
Adheres to the firms risk management policies and procedures, including being familiar with and consulting the audit manual and advising junior staff on application of procedures.
Plans and co-ordinates all aspects of audit planning, including staffing requirements;
Responsible for managing audit teams on specific assignments, with specific line management responsibility for a group of staff to ensure audit work is appropriately completed to satisfy audit objectives;
Manages, motivates and coaches team members and provides feedback through regular communication and timely appraisal whilst being familiar with relevant training and development options.
Operations and results
Ensures jobs are fully completed by agreed deadlines unless renegotiated with the manager in advance;
Recommends changes to planning for subsequent years to improve profitability.
At least two years of experiences working in the same position for the professional firms, large accounting firms is preferable;
Good knowledge in accounting (VAS, IFRS or US GAAP) and auditing (VSA and ISA);
Professional qualification (ACCA, CPA Aust., CPA VN, CIMA) is preferable;
Fluent in English, both oral and written;
Good interpersonal and communication skills.