Reconcile accounts, post journals entries, maintain general ledger in accordance with accounting principles. General support to the Finance Manager and Accountant.
At least five (5) CXC subjects inclusive of Mathematics, English and Accounting.
A Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance or
Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Management Accountant (CMA) or Association of Chartered Accountants (ACCA).
At least four (4) years’ experience in an Accounting Department of a large organization
Assertive communication skills, team player, willingness to learn, critical thinking capabilities.
Review and approve reconciliations of the General, Accounts Receivable, and Payable Ledgers prepared by finance clerks.
Prepare financial reports and accounting statements.
Review and analyze monthly postings (e.g. expenses) are coded to the correct cost center and in the correct period.
Prepare and post journal entries.
Ensure the general ledger is maintained in accordance with accounting principles.
Reconcile ERP (SAP) and Dealer Operating System inventory.
Gather, compile, and verify information for external users.
Liaise and follow up with GRA on all tax-related matters.
Reconcile all taxes in the general ledger.
To participate and prepare for the transition to the company’s new ERP (Dynamics 365).
Machinery Corporation of Guyana Limited (MACORP) was founded in 1993 by GECOLSA a well known CATERPILLAR dealer in South America with operations in Colombia, Bahamas and some other countries with related businesses. MACORP was established by being awarded by CATERPILLAR as the only Authorized Caterpillar Dealer in Guyana. The bid of MACORP was selected from several other Companies’ bids. Companies with long and proven experience as dealers of CATERPILLAR and other manufacturers’ product line of heavy equipment. In 2018, MACORP celebrated 25 years of service to Guyana. Through all its years of operation in Guyana, MACORP has been very active in the country’s development, contributing directly with technical support and equipment supply to the most important productive sectors – Mining, Agriculture, Road construction, basic industry, Marine, Forestry and Electric Power Generation.