CA vacancy in Dell Technologies

Chartered Accountant - vacancy - Dell Technologies - jobscan - Taxscan

The Dell Technologies has invited applications for the post of Accounting Advisor.

The Accounting Advisor will have an integral role to play in the accounting team. Working with a number of key Dell sites, you will be responsible for preparing income, balance sheet accounts, and other statements.


  • Record complex journal entries, invoices, accruals and other accounting transactions.
  • Should have prior experience in General Accounting process.
  • Guide and advise other team members on accounting policies, principle and their interpretation.
  • Analyse and interpret accounting data and provide necessary reports as needed to meet business requirements
  • Perform GL accounts review and settlements and ensure timely close of GL period
  • Identify and drive process improvements.
  • Recommend and drive system and automation projects to improve accuracy and efficiency
  • Perform Reconciliation of complex Balance sheet items
  • Reviews journal entries and account reconciliations including supporting documentation to ensure accurate reporting
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Provide information and support for audits – internal and external


  • Chartered Accountants with minimum 4-5 years’ post qualification experience OR
  • CA Inter/B.Com/M.Com/MBA Finance with around 5-6 years’ experience in accounting or relevant areas
  • Good knowledge and experience in working on US GAAP accounting
  • Very Good knowledge of systems and automation tools (including MS XL etc).
  • Good communication skills
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Experience in working in a SAP or Oracle environment will be an advantage
  • Experience in working in a large MNC environment or with large audit firms will be an advantage

Location: Bangalore

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