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JUNIOR ACCOUNTANT

Vilnius - UAB Emplonet

Job description

  • Collect and manage primary accounting documents.
  • Book Primary Cost side accounting documents into the accounting system according to German or Polish, IFRS and Aviation industry accounting standards (Invoices/Credit memos/Petty cash reports).
  • Be responsible for banking operations accounting.
  • Accounting of Revenue arising from costs rearrangement
  • Depending on workload - any other tasks related to Accountants' team responsibilities.

Requirements

  • Have University/College degree in finances or accounting.
  • Have at least 1 year experience in finances or accounting.
  • Be fluent in written and spoken English.
  • Strong German or Polish language skills would be an advantage.
  • Be computer literate: MS Word, MS Excel. MS Navision knowledge would be an advantage.
  • Be responsible, show initiative and self-motivation.
  • Have great planning skills with effective use of resources and time.

We offer

  • Work in international and sociable environment with young, friendly, energetic and fun lovin’ team.
  • Challenging tasks and possibility to grow professionally.
  • Travel benefits associated with airline activities.

Salary

Negotiable
UAB Emplonet

UAB Emplonet

Emplonet Client - Small Planet Airlines is a fast-growing European leisure airline operating from several European bases during the summer season and shifting part of its fleet to Asia in winter. We hold Air Operator Certificates in Lithuania, Poland, Germany, and Cambodia.

Our colourful brand represents our nature and the way we work. Small Planet Airlines aims to be a different leisure airline driven by a simple and powerful question that is rarely asked in the boardrooms of the airlines, a “Why not?” question. “Why?” is a bad question. “Why not?” is a great question. A question that opens airline business for a change and a bit of fun. After all, this world has enough of boring airlines already. Now we are looking for a team member eager to ask this question!

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