EuroCham Cambodia was inaugurated on June 2nd, 2011 with the support of the three founding European Business Organizations:
- the Chambre de Commerce Franco-Cambodgienne (CCFC),
- the Arbeitskreis Deutsche Wirtschaft (ADW).
- the British Business Association in Cambodia (BBAC),
EuroCham was established with the objectives of promoting the interests of European businesses operating in Cambodia, facilitating the entry of European companies into the market and creating an extensive support network among corporate and individual members alike.
In this context, EuroCham activities include partnerships with the governments in the areas of taxation and dispute resolution, the creation of sector-specific Committees under the EuroCham umbrella and provision of a range of services to European Businesses.
In addition to its traditional sources of revenues (memberships, sponsorships, services, events…) EuroCham is currently benefitting from a significant 5 years grant from the European Union. As such, and besides its tax declaration as a non for profit institution, EuroCham has reporting obligations to both its members and its donor.
For more information, please visit our website: http://eurocham-cambodia.org/
Under the overall authority of the Executive Director, the Financial Controller is expected to oversee the day to day activities of the accountant in order to ensure not only the financial management of EuroCham but also the European Union grant budget monitoring and reporting. His/her duties will include the following tasks:
- Strengthen and implement process and monitoring tools for the administrative and financial oversight
- Ensure that appropriate systems and internal controls are implemented and maintained
Be responsible, monitor and ensure full compliance of EuroCham finance and administration with its international process as well as with Cambodia’s laws and regulations (tax declaration).
- Manage the finance, accounting, tax and treasury functions;
- Oversee the financial and administrative management of the staff;
- Oversee cash management and treasury duties;
- Oversee the Payroll process;
- Oversee tax declarations;
- Ensure relationships with the EU Delegation Finance Unit overseeing EuroCham grant budget;
- Ensure relationships with external stakeholders (suppliers, paying members, banks, statutory auditors…);
- Support the Executive Director for budget preparation and execution, analysis and monitoring; forecasts and cash flows;
- Support the Executive Director in following procurement guidelines, as set by the EU Delegation;
- Support the Executive Director in the preparation of contracts.
Reporting and Forecasting:
- Prepare the yearly financial reports to the EuroCham Annual General Assembly (in March)
- Prepare the yearly financial reports to the EU Delegation (in September);
- Support the Executive Director for budget and cash flows analysis, monitoring and forecasts;
- Maintain financial ledgers and accounting processes;
- Preparation of Monthly Consolidated P&L and Balance Sheet;
- Produce statutory and internal financial reports in due time
- Produce financial modelling and analysis;
- Support the rest of the team in defining their own Key Performance Indicators and monitoring their own financial performance.
- A Master degree in Accounting
- Five years relevant experience including in international grant management
- Fully qualified ACA/ACCA/CIMA (or equivalent) with previous financial control and management reporting experience
- Demonstrated ability and experience in managing a small accounting team
- The candidate should be confident, a self-starter, with the ability to operate in a dynamic and multicultural environment
- The candidate must be able to demonstrate good attention to detail, good judgment showing logical decision making, and a hands on approach
- Computer literate with good excel skills and solid understanding of accounting software principles
- Ability to conciliate financial and accounting expertise with an in-depth understanding of EU grants structure and reporting requirements would be an asset