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Corporate Financial Services - Controllers Analyst

Location: 

Budapest, BU, HU

Company:  ExxonMobil
Job Role Summary

 

An analyst will be responsible for operational, general, payroll or financial accounting activities including end-to-end processing, issue resolution and process improvements. Individuals may be responsible for the activities of specific countries and hence knowledge of a second European language is desirable. Demonstrated performance will lead to opportunities for increasing responsibilities and more job complexities across the financial organization.

Specific responsibilities could include:

  • Partnering with the business operations to ensure the completeness of volumetric and commercial accounting records;
  • Completing financial accounting and reporting activities for several countries;
  • Collaboration with external service providers to deliver end to end payroll process (e.g. gross to net, tax and social security accounting, HR accounting, employee's customer service) for multiple countries in EMEA region;
  • Reconciliations and investigation of items for prompt resolution;
  • Preparation and analysis of monthly and quarterly key performance indicators.
     
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