Type of Contract: Permanent
Location: Siam Square
About this role:
We are looking for a Compliance and Internal Control Manager as the main second line of defence role within Thailand, linking the ‘first line’ activity (financial control) with the country Director of Finance and Professional Services and the Regional Financial Risk and Compliance Team. You are tasked to monitor the effectiveness of financial controls, using corporate frameworks i.e. Global Financial Control and Compliance Frameworks (FCCF) and Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) as specified; to monitor risk levels and take corrective action where this is required. It also acts as the first point of contact within country for counter-fraud awareness, prevention and will participate in Thailand investigations as needed drawing on the expertise of the Regional Financial Risk and Compliance Team /UK Counter-Fraud team and acting on their advice. The role holder is accountable for recommending appropriate action to the Director of Finance and Professional Services.
Experience and Qualifications:
Fluent in both English & Thai
Education to tertiary level or equivalent in accounting
At least 5 years of work experience in Finance/Accounting department and/or related fields.
Working experience in MNC environment
Knowledge in Thai Civil Law is an advantage
Work experience in audit firms
Candidates who are interested and have the right to work in Thailand should apply online via : https://tinyurl.com/THA-1607e
Closing date for applications: 11 Jul 2018 (23.59 UK time)
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