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Audit Assistant   (Country: Singapore)[+]

We are a medium size international firm of accountants and consultants with approximately 34,000 employees in 522 offices and represented across 112 countries.

 

Job Highlights:

 

  • Good career progression
  • Good renumeration package
  • Full training provided

 

Job Description:

 

To assist professional staff in all facets of audit administrative work.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Administering audit confirmations
  • Assist to liaise with audit clients for documents required by audit teams
  • Assist with files management and maintenance
  • Assist with onboarding of new clients
  • Typing and formatting of financial statements and proposals
  • Cover receptionist duties when required
  • Other general administrative duties as required

 

Requirements:

  • Basic knowledge in Microsoft Office
  • Attention to details and meticulous
  • Comfortable using computer software and willing to learn
  • Some experience in audit/ accounting functions preferred


Audit Intern (Winter Internship)   (Country: Singapore)[+]

About Moore

At Moore, our purpose is to help people thrive – our clients, our people, and the communities they live and work in. We’re a global accounting and advisory family with over 34,000 people in 522 offices across 112 countries, connecting and collaborating to take care of the needs of our stakeholders - our clients, our people, and the community at large - at local, national, and international levels.
 

When you work with Moore firms, you’ll work with people who care deeply about your success and who have the drive and dedication to develop you to your full potential. You’ll have greater access to senior expertise than with many firms. We’ll be here for you whenever you need us – to help you thrive in a changing world.

We provide our services to a diverse range of clients, from large corporations, listed companies to private businesses, entrepreneurs and individuals across a broad array of industry sectors.

We have identified the area of Governance, Risk and Assurance as key element in driving the firm towards its goal.

Job Highlights:

  • Good career progression
  • Good remuneration package
  • Full training provided

Responsibilities:

  • Perform of audit working paper
  • Assist in the planning and execution of audit engagements
  • Preparation of financial statements
  • Exposure to listed and mid-size engagements
  • Work with different team members


Audit Technical and Quality – Senior / Assistant Manager, Audit Methodology   (Country: Singapore)[+]

Moore Stephens LLP is looking for a Senior / Assistant Manager, Audit Methodology to join our team. We are looking for someone with a passion for improvement; both in our processes and in yourself. You will be responsible to help us streamline and enhance our audit methodology and processes using CaseWare, IDEA and other audit tools. You will be a specialist in the application of the full suite of auditing standards issued by the International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (IAASB) and ethical standards issued by the International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants (IESBA). You will help to ensure the highest levels of quality and compliance in the firm, through the development of audit policies, procedures, and methodology, participation in quality reviews, and consultations with the audit practice.

 

What you will be doing

  • Be part of the Firm’s technical team in reviewing audit policies and procedures in response to professional auditing and ethical standards.
  • Participate in the development and enhancement of the firm’s system of quality management.
  • Develop audit support content in CaseWare and offline auditing templates to support compliance with professional auditing and ethical standards.
  • Provide audit technical support, including CaseWare-related matters, to the audit practice by way of formal and informal consultations to support high quality audits.
  • Support professional learning and development in the areas of audit methodology, ethics, as well as the use of CaseWare and other audit tools.
  • Provide coaching to engagement teams to improve the quality of the audit file, and identify opportunities for audit improvements and efficiencies.

 

What skills and experience we need you to have

  • Knowledge of the full suite of auditing standards issued by IAASB, and ethical standards issued by IESBA.
  • Experience in the use of CaseWare, IDEA, and CaseWare Financials
  • At least 3 years of audit experience, preferably with large / medium size public auditing firms


Corporate Secretarial Assistant Manager/ Manager/ Director   (Country: Singapore)[+]

We are associated with a top international firm of Accountants and Consultants.

 

Job Highlights:

  • Good remuneration package
  • Fast track career progression
  • Innovative work culture

Job description:

 

Working with experienced practising professionals, you will be in a leadership role delivering quality services to our clients. We encourage personal development in technical and managerial skills and we have a mentorship program to facilitate this.

 

Responsibilities:

The successful candidate will be encouraged to set out a program for his/ her own career development for optimal job satisfaction. He/ she will:-

  • Manage a portfolio of multiple corporate secretarial clients
  • Review the work of subordinates
  • Be responsible for the productivity and profitability of the assigned portfolio
  • Participate and contribute to management meetings as to work process, HR policies/ technical and professional updates/ learning and development/ business development

Requirements:

  • Graduate from ICSA or Degree in Law or Accountancy with good experience in corporate secretarial work, preferably from medium and large firms
  • Organized and meticulous, self-motivated and ambitious
  • Good knowledge of relevant provisions of the Singapore Companies Act, Listing Rules, Code of Corporate Governance, ACRA Bizfile and e-stamping
  • At least 5 years of work experience
  • Strong MS Office Skills (especially MS Word), and good knowledge of Viewpoint will be an added advantage


Corporate Secretarial Associates/ Seniors   (Country: Singapore)[+]

About us:

We are associated with one of the world's leading accounting firms, with a wide network of more than 522 offices in over 114 jurisdictions.

We provide services to a diverse range of clients, from large corporations and listed companies to private businesses, entrepreneurs as well as individuals, across a board array of industries. We aim to look beyond numbers and compliance, so as to provide our clients with practical advice to resolve the issues on hand that reconciles with their business objectives.

We offer opportunities for individuals of all backgrounds to harvest their full potential during their tenure with us through a continuous learning journey. We place emphasis on our training program as the core towards our principle of building technical competency in all of our professional staff. More importantly your career path with be customised to your individual specific needs. The firm will be on the same page as what is to be based on your personal needs and aspirations. We look forward to having you onboard, and start building this exceptional experience with us.

Job Description:

  • Manage a portfolio of multiple corporate secretarial clients
  • Prepare/ review corporate secretarial documents such as change of directors, secretary, auditors and registered office, open of bank accounts, acceptance of bank facilities, change of bank signatories, AGM, change of name, increase of capital, allotment of shares; draft and prepare resolutions etc.
  • Maintain/ Review of statutory registers, minutes books and other records including Register of Controllers and Register of Nominee Directors
  • Prepare/ Review of incorporation of Companies and continuing obligations of Companies
  • Prepare/ Review of registration of Singapore Branch and continuing obligations of a Singapore Branch
  • Prepare and release announcements/disclosures to Singapore Exchange
  • Manage application process for Employment, Dependant, Long Term Social Visit Passes

Requirements:

  • Graduate from ICSA or degree in Business Administration/ Law, with strong interest and enthusiasm for corporate secretarial work
  • Able to work independently and meticulously under tight timelines.
  • Ambitious and career minded
  • Working knowledge of relevant provisions of the Singapore Companies Act, familiar with Listing Rules, Code of Corporate Governance, ACRA Bizfile and e-stamping
  • Strong MS Office skills (especially Word)
  • Knowledge of Viewpoint software will be an advantage


Corporate Secretarial Manager/ Director   (Country: Singapore)[+]

About the role:

You will have the opportunity to help shape, influence and drive the business. We are looking for ambitious candidates who can and wish to make a difference. The successful candidate will manage a diverse portfolio of corporate secretarial clients and participate in the management of the Corporate Secretarial Department.

 

About us:

We are based in Malacca and through our related company, we are associated with one of the world’s leading accounting firms.

Through our related company, we provide corporate secretarial support services to a diverse range of clients, from large corporations to private businesses, entrepreneurs as well as individuals, across a broad array of industries.

We offer an excellent training curriculum, fast track progression, attractive remuneration and a conducive work environment for successful applicants. Yearly secondment to Singapore for training and work experience are available.

 

Responsibilities:

·       Manage a portfolio of multiple corporate secretarial clients

·       Review the work of subordinates

·       Participate and contribute to management meetings as to work process, technical and professional updates/ learning and development

·       Develop and maintain long-term client relationships and in developing new business opportunities

 

Requirements:

·       Graduate from ICSA or Degree in Law or Accountancy

·       Good experience in corporate secretarial work, preferably from medium and large firms

·       Strong technical skills, ambitious and career minded individuals


External Audit Associate / Senior Associate   (Country: Singapore)[+]

About Moore

At Moore, our purpose is to help people thrive – our clients, our people, and the communities they live and work in. We’re a global accounting and advisory family with over 34,000 people in 522 offices across 112 countries, connecting and collaborating to take care of the needs of our stakeholders - our clients, our people, and the community at large - at local, national, and international levels.
 

When you work with Moore firms, you’ll work with people who care deeply about your success and who have the drive and dedication to develop you to your full potential. You’ll have greater access to senior expertise than with many firms. We’ll be here for you whenever you need us – to help you thrive in a changing world.

We provide our services to a diverse range of clients, from large corporations, listed companies to private businesses, entrepreneurs and individuals across a broad array of industry sectors.

We have identified the area of Governance, Risk and Assurance as key element in driving the firm towards its goal.

Job Descriptions:

Perform/ review of audit working papers

Preparation/ review of financial statements

Supervise junior colleagues

Perform/ review of planning and execution of audit engagements of both private and listed entities in various industries

Work with different engagement managers and team members

Focus on self-development and self-enhancement of professional skill sets for career progression under a mentored learning and development program

Requirements:

Bachelor's Degree in Finance, Accountancy or Professional qualifications in Accountancy such as ACCA or ICA

At least 2 years of related working experience

Knowledge of general economic trends, technical and industry developments

Interested applicants should send in their detailed resume stating why they are suitable for the role; their notice period; and expected salary.

 


External Audit Manager / Director   (Country: Singapore)[+]

About Moore

At Moore, our purpose is to help people thrive – our clients, our people, and the communities they live and work in. We’re a global accounting and advisory family with over 30,000 people in 522 offices across 114 countries, connecting and collaborating to take care of the needs of our stakeholders - our clients, our people and the community at large - at local, national and international levels.

 

When you work with Moore firms, you’ll work with people who care deeply about your success and who have the drive and dedication to develop you to the full potential. You’ll have greater access to senior expertise than with many firms. We’ll be here for you whenever you need us – to help you thrive in a changing world.

 

About the role

You will have the opportunity to help shape, influence and drive the business of the Firm. We are looking for ambitious candidates who can and wish to make a difference. He / She is expected to take an audit management role with a diverse portfolio of clients incorporating a mix of listed companies, shipping companies and unlisted entities.  

 

Responsibilities:

  • Lead a team of audit professionals and manage a portfolio of audit clients
  • Oversee proper execution of external audit including planning, execution of fieldwork and review of audit engagements
  • Deliver quality audit services to clients
  • Work closely with Audit Partners on client and engagement management
  • Develop and maintain long-term client relationships and in developing new business opportunities
  • Focus on self-development and self- enhancement of professional skill sets for career progression under a mentored and customised learning and development program.

 

Requirements:

  • Candidates must have partnership potential
  • A recognized degree in Accountancy or professional accounting qualifications such as ACA, ACCA, CPA Australia or equivalent
  • Experience in shipping industry is an advantage
  • Relevant experience with large/medium size public accounting firms
  • Excellent communication, technical and interpersonal skills

 

Interested applicants should send in their detailed resume stating why they are suitable for the role; their notice period; and expected salary.


External Audit Senior Associate   (Country: Singapore)[+]

About us:

 

We are associated with one of the world's leading accounting firms, with a wide network of more than 522 offices in over 112 jurisdictions.

 

We provide services to a diverse range of clients, from large corporations and listed companies to private businesses, entrepreneurs as well as individuals, across a board array of industries. We aim to look beyond numbers and compliance, so as to provide our clients with practical advices to resolve the issues on hand that reconciles with their business objectives.

 

We offer opportunities for individuals of all backgrounds to harvest their full potential during their tenure with us through a continuous learning journey. We place emphasis on our training program as the core towards our principle of building technical competency in all of our professional staff. More importantly your career path with be customised to your individual specific needs. The firm will be on the same page as what is to be based on your personal needs and aspirations. We look forward to having you onboard, and start building this exceptional experience with us.

 

Responsibilities:

 

Learn on the job with experienced professionals.

 

We have vacancies in our Audit division for aspiring professionals.

 

  • Performing/ review of audit working papers
  • Preparation/ review of financial statements
  • Audit exposure to a diverse range of clients
  • A tailored and structured training and development
  • Opportunity for secondment to our Singapore office
  • Supervise junior colleagues
  • Deliver quality audit services to clients
  • Assist in planning, review and execution of audit engagements
  • Opportunities to work with different engagement managers and team members

 

Requirements:

 

  • A recognised Degree/ Diploma in Accountancy, Finance, or related field
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Knowledge of general economic trends, technical and industry developments
  • Experience of at least 1 year attained in medium and large accounting firms preferred
  • Candidate must be comfortable to work in Malacca or Kuala Lumpur office.

 

Interested applicants should send in their detailed resume stating why they are suitable for the role; their notice period; and expected salary.


External Audit, Assistant Managers   (Country: Singapore)[+]

About Moore

At Moore, our purpose is to help people thrive – our clients, our people, and the communities they live and work in. We’re a global accounting and advisory family with over 34,000 people in 522 offices across 112 countries, connecting and collaborating to take care of the needs of our stakeholders - our clients, our people, and the community at large - at local, national, and international levels.
 

When you work with Moore firms, you’ll work with people who care deeply about your success and who have the drive and dedication to develop you to your full potential. You’ll have greater access to senior expertise than with many firms. We’ll be here for you whenever you need us – to help you thrive in a changing world.
 

We provide our services to a diverse range of clients, from large corporations, listed companies to private businesses, entrepreneurs, and individuals across a broad array of industry sectors.

 

We have identified the area of Governance, Risk, and Assurance as key elements in driving the firm towards its goal.

 

Job Highlights:

  • Fast track career progression to be outstanding leaders
  • Great exposure to the varied clientele of a progressive firm
  • Personal development and enhancement of professional skill sets
  • Individual mentoring program with experienced practicing accountants

 

Job Description:

Working with our Partners and Directors, you will be in a leadership role delivering quality service to our clients and identifying new opportunities for the Firm. We provide excellent development for our people, and there are opportunities for admission to partnership within a short period of time for the right candidates.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Lead a team of audit professionals and manages a portfolio of audit clients
  • Plan, execute, and complete audit engagements
  • Work closely with Audit Partners and Directors on client and engagement management
  • Develop and maintain long-term client relationships and in developing new business opportunities
  • Assist in the development and enhancement of professional skill sets under an individually tailored mentored learning and development program
  • Participate and contribute to management meetings as to work processes, HR Policies, technical and professional updates and learning and development initiatives

 

Requirements:

 

  • A recognised Degree in Accountancy or professional accounting qualifications such as ACA, ACCA, CPA Australia, or equivalent
  • At least 4 years (Assistant Manager)/ 6 years (Manager)/ 8 years (Senior Manager) of relevant working experience, preferably with large/ medium size public auditing firms
  • Experience in the shipping industry is an advantage


Learning & Development Manager (Contract/{Part-Time)   (Country: Singapore)[+]

We are seeking a highly motivated candidate who has a passion for learning and knowledge to join us as Learning and Development Manager.  You will play a pivotal role in enhancing the skills, knowledge, and performance of our employees primarily in the Audit & Assurance businesses, ensuring the continuous development and success of our workforce.

Responsibilities

  • Work closely with key stakeholders on training needs to drive continuous improvements to the existing learning ecosystem.
  • Design, develop and implement training and development programs that are aligned with the Firm’s strategy and address skill gaps within the workforce.
  • Manage and monitor the deployment of training courses, including onboarding trainings for new employees.
  • Ensure that the training programs and talent management practices comply with relevant regulations and standards.
  • Prepare information required for external and in-house monitoring / compliance checks on training-related matters.
  • Provide coaching to Learning & Development support staff.

The successful candidate should have the following skills and experience:

  • Degree or equivalent qualification in Accounting and Finance, with 5 to 6 years of audit experience.
  • Experience in content development and delivery of Audit and Assurance trainings with excellent presentation/facilitation skills and ability.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, and familiar with virtual delivery platforms including Microsoft Teams and Zoom.  Prior experience with learning management systems is preferred.
  • Meticulous with strong organisation and administration skills.

 

*Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.


Sustainability & Governance Associate / Senior Associate   (Country: Singapore)[+]

We are a part of Moore Global Network, one of the world’s leading accounting networks, with more than 34,000 professionals across 112 countries. We provide our services to a diverse range of large corporations, listed companies, government agencies, private businesses, entrepreneurs and individuals across a broad array of industry sectors.

 

We have identified the areas of Sustainability and Governance as key elements in driving the firm towards its goals.

 

About the Role

 

You will be part of the SG Group and your role encompasses, but is not limited to, the execution of work procedures in relation to services on ESG consulting, data governance/analytics, internal audits and pre-IPO internal controls review (non-IT and IT-related), Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) reviews, business process improvements, risk management, grant certifications etc. You will work in teams of typically 2-3 consultants per assignment and will be expected to identify and recommend lasting improvements to processes, frameworks and governance with guidance from the existing SG team members. You may also be seconded, on a short-term basis, to support the external audit teams to build your assurance-related foundational skills.

 

Your qualifications and skills:

 

  • Bachelor's degree (Accountancy or equivalent) from local/recognised overseas university or industry recognised qualifications such as ACCA, CPA, CIA etc.
  • Active involvement in co-curricular activities
  • Driven self-starter who enjoys working in a fast-paced and dynamic environment
  • Inquisitive and is a keen learner
  • Strong situational awareness, methodical and meticulous
  • Fluent in English and has strong communication/writing skills
  • Able to multi-task and prioritise workload, and be resilient when faced with tight deadlines


Tax Assistant Manager/Managers/Directors   (Country: Singapore)[+]

Job Highlights:

  • Good remuneration package
  • Fast track career progression
  • Innovative work culture

Our Firm

We are associated with the Moore Global Network, one of the world’s leading accounting networks, with a wide network of over 29,000 people in 547 offices in 113 countries.
 

We provide our services to a diverse range of clients, from large corporations, listed companies to private businesses, entrepreneurs, and individuals across a broad array of industry sectors. Our sector specialization is in shipping. Our goal is to look beyond numbers and compliance issues, to provide our clients with practical advice to resolve problems and help them achieve their business goals.

Our Tax Practice offers you an open door to learn and acquire multiple skill sets from the various service lines offered by us.

 

About the role

You will have the opportunity to help shape, influence, and drive the business. We are looking for ambitious candidates who can and wish to make a difference. The successful candidate will manage a diverse portfolio of clients in corporate tax and multi-skill in at least one functional area such as GST, transfer pricing, private wealth, or M&A and participate in the management of the Tax Department.   

 

Responsibilities:

  • Lead a team of tax professionals and manage a portfolio of tax clients
  • Oversee proper execution of tax including planning, execution of fieldwork and review of tax engagements
  • Deliver quality tax services to clients
  • Work closely with Tax Partners on client and engagement management
  • Develop and maintain long-term client relationships and in developing new business opportunities

 

 

Requirements:

  • Candidates must have partnership potential
  • A recognized degree in Accountancy or professional accounting qualifications such as ACA, ACCA, CPA, Australia, or equivalent
  • SIATP professional qualification is an advantage
  • Experience in shipping industry assignments is an advantage
  • Relevant experience with large/mid-tier international accounting firms
  • Strong technical skills
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills


Tax Manager/Director   (Country: Singapore)[+]

About the role:

 

You will have the opportunity to help shape, influence and drive the business. We are looking for ambitious candidates who can and wish to make a difference. The successful candidate will manage a diverse portfolio of clients in corporate tax and participate in the management of the Tax Department.

 

About us:

 

We are based in Kuala Lumpur and Malacca and through our related company, we are associated with one of the world’s leading accounting firms.

Through our related company, we provide Singapore tax compliance and advisory matters relating to Corporate Tax, Goods & Services Tax, Grants, Personal Tax, Withholding tax, Certificate of Residency and other relevant areas of taxation. Such services are provided to a diverse range of clients, from large corporations and listed companies to private businesses, entrepreneurs as well as individuals, across a broad array of industries.

We offer an excellent training curriculum, fast track progression, attractive remuneration and a conducive work environment for successful applicants. Yearly secondment to Singapore for training and work experience are available.

 

Responsibilities:

 

· Lead a team of tax professionals and manage a portfolio of tax clients

· Oversee proper execution of tax including planning, execution of fieldwork and review of tax engagements

· Attending to tax consultancy, advisory and ad-hoc assignments

· Develop and maintain long-term client relationships and in developing new business opportunities

 

Requirements:

 

· ACCA, CPA Australia, University degree in Accountancy

· Relevant experience with large/mid-tier international accounting firms

· Strong technical skills, ambitious and career minded individuals


Technical Director / Senior Manager   (Country: Singapore)[+]

Key Responsibilities: Support the Head of Technical and Compliance in reviewing and monitoring that Financial Statements Audit and Assurance Engagements within the firm, as well as firm-wide policies, processes, and procedures, comply with all applicable Pronouncements, including International Standards on Auditing (ISA), International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), International Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants (IESBA), International Standards of Quality Management (ISQM), corporate regulations, and other authoritative pronouncements. 

Candidates for this role will be supporting the firm’s technical department in achieving the following outcomes:

  • Establishing policies and procedures within the firm to ensure compliance with the above Pronouncements. 
  • Implementing and monitoring the Firm’s program to compliance with ISQM. 
  • Planning and conducting risk assessments and quality control reviews on engagements, to ensure compliance with the above Pronouncements.
  • Validating that controls established by the Firm to comply with the Pronouncements are operating effectively and timely. 
  • Analyzing and identifying gaps, and potential areas of improvement, in quality control procedures within the Firm to ensure compliance with the above Pronouncements, and proposing remediation plans.
  • Conducting real-time reviews of financial statements audit and assurance engagements before audit opinions are signed. 
  • Carrying out root cause analyses and monitoring effectiveness of action plans to address areas of weaknesses identified. 
  • Training, coaching, developing and cultivating technical competencies to ensure capability of designated employees to maintain and comply with the Pronouncements. 
  • Preparing and collating information/reports for regulatory and internal reviews and handle any related coordination work. 

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in accountancy or other relevant disciplines. 
  • Minimum 8 years’ experience in an audit and/or quality role, within a Public Accounting firm. 
  • Candidates with experience in similar quality management roles are preferred. 
  • Excellent presentation, written and verbal communication skills to communicate across all levels of staff and management.