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Qualifications And Experience That Employers Seek From Corporate Accountants
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Qualification and experience that employees seek for corporate accountants
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Qualification and experience that employees seek for corporate accountants
Corporate accountant is one of the professional fields that is associated with accountancy, taking into account that it is a collection of different attributes, skills and experiences. It would not be wrong to say that these skills, attributes and experiences are quoted in a highly professional manner and eloquently in the course book. An analysis of the job advertisements and relating it to the learning outcome obtained from the course HI5020 are parallel to each other in almost all dimensions. The course not only shared the underlying essence of corporate accountancy but it also added expertise and critical knowledge to professional life.
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TOC o 1-3 h z u HYPERLINK l _Toc20075348 Abstract PAGEREF _Toc20075348 h 2
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075349 Introduction PAGEREF _Toc20075349 h 2
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075350 Discussion PAGEREF _Toc20075350 h 3
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075351 Collection of job advertisements PAGEREF _Toc20075351 h 3
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075352 Names of organisation and industry breakdown PAGEREF _Toc20075352 h 3
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075353 Job titles mentioned in the job advertisements PAGEREF _Toc20075353 h 3
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075354 Attributes required from the corporate accountant, as mentioned in a job advertisement PAGEREF _Toc20075354 h 3
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075355 Understanding of attributes PAGEREF _Toc20075355 h 4
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075356 Understanding of numbers PAGEREF _Toc20075356 h 4
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075357 Creativity PAGEREF _Toc20075357 h 4
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075358 Organisation PAGEREF _Toc20075358 h 4
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075359 Attention PAGEREF _Toc20075359 h 4
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075360 Focus PAGEREF _Toc20075360 h 4
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075361 Trustworthiness PAGEREF _Toc20075361 h 5
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075362 Communication skills PAGEREF _Toc20075362 h 5
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075363 Flexibility PAGEREF _Toc20075363 h 5
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075364 Technical proficiency PAGEREF _Toc20075364 h 5
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075365 Understanding of technology PAGEREF _Toc20075365 h 5
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075366 Relevant qualification PAGEREF _Toc20075366 h 6
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075367 Reporting PAGEREF _Toc20075367 h 6
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075368 Assisting budgeting PAGEREF _Toc20075368 h 6
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075369 Financial control matters PAGEREF _Toc20075369 h 6
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075370 Managing results PAGEREF _Toc20075370 h 7
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075371 IT Experience PAGEREF _Toc20075371 h 7
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075372 Academic and Professional Qualifications listed in advertisements PAGEREF _Toc20075372 h 7
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075373 Relationship of the identified set of abilities to HI5020 PAGEREF _Toc20075373 h 7
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075374 Additional topics PAGEREF _Toc20075374 h 7
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075375 Critical examination of attributes, skills and attributes PAGEREF _Toc20075375 h 8
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075376 Conclusion PAGEREF _Toc20075376 h 8
HYPERLINK l _Toc20075377 References PAGEREF _Toc20075377 h 8
Corporate Accountant is termed as an individual who specializes in business accounting by maintaining financial records so as to ensure that all the regulations, policies and laws of the organisation are followed. It is a part of professional accounting where executives make a financial decision for an organisation. There are several tasks that are assigned and are expected to be performed by a corporate accountant, taking into account that the tasks are both external and internal organisational framework related. There are some particular skills, attributes and experiences that are required of a corporate accountant and this set make the job framework bit tough and technical. In a simplified form, the set of qualification and experience required to become a corporate accountant is the product of both theoretical and practical knowledge with an ability to apply the learned knowledge in particular context when required.
Collection of job advertisements
I have collected 30 job advertisements. 12 job advertisements are collected from Indeed.com and 10 job advertisements are collected from Jora.
Names of organisation and industry breakdown
The names of organisations who are posting jobs are, OZ Minerals and the industry breakdown is Mining, ME Bank, the industry breakdown is banking, Wise Tech Global the industry breakdown is marketing , Murphy Pipe Civil the industry breakdown is energy and resource industry, Accor Australia the industry breakdown is hospitality , Moore Stephens the industry breakdown is taxation , KONE the industry breakdown is mechanical industry , Compass Group Australia the industry breakdown is global marketing, Bank of America the industry breakdown is Making Investment , UGL Limited the industry breakdown is engineering, Simplot Australia the industry breakdown is food , First Quantum Minerals the industry breakdown is mining, Advanced Traffic Management the industry breakdown is finance , Intuitive Recruitment the industry breakdown is finance management , Racing Victoria the industry breakdown is media, Orbital Australia the industry breakdown is UAV, Kapow the industry breakdown is recruitment , PayMe Australia Pty Ltd the industry breakdown is services and paroles , Vivid Chartered Accountants the industry breakdown is taxation, AspectFp Pty Ltd the industry breakdown is broking and planning, Robert Walters the industry breakdown is marketing , Pagal Bideford the industry breakdown is management , Student Medical Kits the industry breakdown is accountancy , Quin and Associates the industry breakdown is Brokers and recruiters, Campbell and Partners Accountants Pty Ltd the industry breakdown is accountancy, Advance Professional Pty Ltd the industry breakdown is taxation , Halkin Business Partners the industry breakdown is taxation , Surfside Bustlines the industry breakdown is travelling , Sharp and Carter the industry breakdown is Corporate marketing and West Recruitment, the industry breakdown is recruitment solutions (Au.indeed.com, 2019).
Job titles mentioned in the job advertisements
Job titles mentioned in the advertisements are Corporate Accountant, Management Accountant, corporate / international tax accountant, Senior Corporate Reporting Accountant, Assistant Accountant, Plant Accountant, Finance Accountant, Senior Corporate Financial Management Accountant, Senior Tax Accountant, and Accountant
Attributes required from the corporate accountant, as mentioned in a job advertisement
The attributes required of a corporate accountant are understanding of numbers, creativity, organisation, attention, focus, trustworthiness, communication skills, flexibility, technical proficient, understanding of technology, relevant qualification, reporting, assisting budgeting, financial control matters, managing audits and IT Experience.
Understanding of attributes
There are several attributes mentioned in job advertisement, understood by me as follows
Understanding of numbers
Understanding of numbers refers to the notion that an accountant should know the presentation of numbers what the role of numbers is and what each number and sequence indicate. It is more like a technical connotation of an accountancy because numbers refer to the ideas, the thoughts and the management of the tasks to do. Understanding of numbers also reflect that an accountant organises his tasks in a day, along with the managing of tabs assigned (Blackmore, et al. 2017. pp.69-88).
Creativity in accountancy refers to management. Here, creativity is more like a platform that shows the expertise of a corporate accountant. How an accountant follows the required laws and still stay adhered to it. Creative accounting refers to the capitalization of loopholes in the standards of accountant that could falsely portray a better image of the organisation and company. It would not be wrong to say creativity is all about being judicious because without creativity that could not be any future to the company. The rise and fall of number is something that can either elevate or depress the viewers so it is necessary to be creative enough to represent every condition in a fairly better way (Engel, et al. 2019. p.15).
Organisation refers to the arrangement and alignment of the underlying facts and figures that are necessary for the normal working of a company, in accountancy, the organisation has numerous understandings. These understandings range from the analysis of the job role i.e. the management of tasks to do in a way that there is no delay and there is a positive approach to the proposition that comes in the way of management. Another dimeson that is associated with an organisation refers to the understanding of the facts and figures in terms of practical way. In a simplified form, organisation refers to the presentation of the tasks completed and maintaining it in a presentable way (Coffey, et al. 2018. pp.1-25).
Attention is defined as one of the primary necessities that are required by almost all the organisation to keep up with success. Attention and accountancy go hand in hand because an accountant has to be extra attentive, as it is one of the ways that can keep actions and jobs under the control. An analysis of the attention and employee as an accountant highlight that a corporate accountant should be vigilant enough to have and give equal attention to all the task. The central point of attention revolves around switchtaksing and multitasking because an accountant is bound to switch between task and tabs, where each one is equally important (Coffey, et al. 2018. pp.1-25).
Although focus and attention are counted in the same category, but in accountancy, focus refers to the underlying ideology of catering to the needs of the job as well as the underlying requirements of being in an organisation. In the job role of corporate accountant, it is found that focus drives a corporate accountant to stay connected with the focus and ambition of the organisation and manage his activities while staying adhered to the vision and mission. While attention reflects the understanding of the tasks that are performed either manually or on some software (Blackmore, et al. 2017. pp.69-88).
Trustworthiness is defined as another trait that is required from a corporate accountant because if an accountant will not be trustworthy then there is no ideology of hiring and working. Honesty is termed as one of the policies that are not just confined to the realms of an accountant but it is a major part of all the businesses that are initiated in this world. However, the point of understanding is, trustworthiness in the role of a corporate accountant is required because any manipulation could result in disastrous loss and it can challenge the morality and working of a well-reputed organisation (Blackmore, et al. 2017. pp.69-88).
Communication is one of the major channels without which working is not possible. In the context of corporate accountant, communication skills refer to the ability to convince and direct employees and other clients towards the idea or goal. It is also termed as a solution that can help to settle all the conflicts that may occur, either it is the conflict of interest or of some other ideology that is assumed to cast an effect on organisation. It is asserted that communication is one of those tools that will not only help a corporate accountant but it will also support and direct an organisation to the peak of success (Blackmore, et al. 2017. pp.69-88).
It is evident that the role of a corporate accountant is not confined to the dealings that are made with numbers but there are a lot of other aspects to address. It is found that being a corporate accountant means, one has to be flexible enough to address the organisational features with that of the job description. Moreover, flexibility also directs an accountant to make changes in himself and the structure of working with the changing trends and the schedules of the organisations. It is highlighted that flexibility will allow a corporate accountant to adjust himself with the requirements of the job and trends that are prevailing, more productive and well paying (Coffey, et al. 2018. pp.1-25).
Technical proficiency refers to the ability to address the technical requirements of the job. The role of a corporate accountant is a direct approach to technical proficiency because knowledge is useless until or unless it is not applied in the required section. Taking into account the current trends, it is highlighted that technical proficiency is a code of conduct that positions a well-educated corporate accountant over a fresh graduate who is looking for an internship (Coffey, et al. 2018. pp.1-25).
Understanding of technology
Taking into account the need of present century, it is highlighted that skills and technical knowledge have beaten learned behaviour of theoretical context to a great extent. In this context, it is necessary for a corporate accountant to be aware of technical knowledge that is necessary to keep knowledge with innovation enact. It is a common observation that only those accountants are offered jobs who are well aware of relevant technological skills because there would not be an option for those who are not good at technical knowledge in a world where technology is the underlying opportunity for success and performance. There are a number of organisations in which technology has taken the place of experience because trends make up the relevant features of an organisation (Dunbar, et al. 2016. pp.58-72).
It is asserted that a corporate accountant should have relevant qualification. An individual is only eligible for a job only if he has the required and relevant qualification. The role of corporate accountant highlights the necessity of using available resources to acquire knowledge that is highly relevant to the field of job. It would not be wrong to say that without having relevant knowledge an individual would not be able to perform his job with adequacy, because sometimes recruitment is the product of linkages and references used in Human Resource. Still corporate accountant required a relevant qualification that can ensure the applicability of knowledge in the required setting (Engel, et al. 2019. p.15).
Creating and formatting report is one of the fields in corporate accountancy job, taking into account that it is one of the necessities that should be commanded by the someone who is seeking a job as a corporate accountant. It is asserted that there are different types of reports that are used by an organisation and these reports have to be generated by the corporate accountant. Managerial reporting refers to the analysis of profit and loss by the differentiation of classes, requisition rate and utilization rate is another type of report that is used by a corporate organisation and is made by the corporate accountant. It is more added that corporate accountants have address and deal with the external and internal affair management in the form of the report that can be presented to their authorities. A common example of reporting may include, income statement, cash flows, balance sheet, and capital statement (Hayes, et al. 2018. p.15).
All organisations require a service that is to be managed by the corporate accountant. It is asserted that budgeting refers to the planning and enacting of fiscal plan which is one of the major approaches that is to be practiced for the success of an organisation. So, a corporate accountant has to be skilled enough to make budget plans and assisting budgeting because it directs the analysis of the facts and figures that are associated with the success of the company. It is more added that adequate budgeting is one that is assisted by the analysis of the geographical areas, that is the reason that usually corporate accountants are recruited from the same geographical area (Natoli, et al. 2018. pp.345-355).
Financial control matters
Financial control matters refer to the planning and information that is gathered and conveyed by a corporate accountant. As financial control matters play a central role in evaluating the performance of the company in terms of subjective manner and subjectivity so it is necessary for the corporate accountant to learn to create a report and participate in the finical control matters that should be guided with the best of his knowledge (Oommen, et al. 2019. pp.1-17).
Managing results is one of the most significant and important approach that is to be taken into consideration by the organisation. So, it is necessary for the corporate accountants to learn to manage results because efficient and effective management of results would help to convey the results in the time of need. It also asserts the critical thinking of any corporate accountant to address the need of hour such as creating a back-up of results and managing results with daily activities rather than to hustle with the numbers at the time of presentation of results (Oommen, et al. 2019. pp.1-17).
IT experience refer to a general understanding of technology taking into account that in todays world, there is no success to any profession without adequate knowledge of information technology. It is asserted that a corporate accountant should have a general understanding of the knowledge of Information Technology not only its terms of knowledge but also the implication of required knowledge to achieve the required result. It is one of the job requirements that completes the attributes associated with Corporate accountant (Tan, et al. 2018. pp.403-432).
Academic and Professional Qualifications listed in advertisements
The academic and professional qualifications that are required by the job advertisements of corporate accounting and other relevant fields are undergraduate degree, CPA/CA, experience working in a similar role, Bachelor Degree in Accounting (preferred), working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Office, especially Excel. Preferably Xero Accounting SUN., knowledge of accounting and employment awards, experience includes experience with CGT, GST, FBT, international tax and deferred tax calculations, ability to review jobs, audit experience, expert knowledge of and skills in the preparation of consolidated financial statements, corporate tax return, FBT return and GST/BAS return, preparation of tax effect accounting calculation, large ERP system experience, tertiary qualification in an accounting or business, experience with Pronto and/or HFM softwareand high degree of computer literacy(Au.indeed.com, 2019) . Others included expertise with MYOB Software, Management reporting compilation and presentation building, analysis of result variances and data, cash flow forecasting, Project Production accounting support and analysis, support the budgeting and forecasting process, preparation of monthly management reports, Strong Microsoft Excel skills and proficiency in using the Microsoft Office suite of programs (Au.jora.com, 2019).
Relationship of the identified set of abilities to HI5020
After an analysis of the job roles, responsibilities task and key roles identified from the collected job advertisement, it is asserted that these roles and sets are directly related to the topics that are learned in the Unit HI5020 Corporate Accounting. These specific roles include all the traits of a good leader, organiser, manager, learned employee, a technical mind and a resourceful combination of experiences. The topics such as reporting, cash flows, mining, equity shares, accounting treatment, stages of problem-solving, valuation of goodwill, managing external and internal affairs, preparing reports, and treating special items are all addressed in the coursebook.
Although there are no specific topics that are missing from the MPA unit, however, there are some minor points that were not presented in the coursebook such as the incorporation of flexibility in a specific context and the description of focus and attention as found in the job description. It would not be wrong to say that it is one of the basic ideology, if not a specific role that is to be performed by a corporate accountant.
Critical examination of attributes, skills and attributes
There are several skills, experience and attributes that are required to become a corporate accountant such as analytical thinking, system analysis, management of time, critical thinking, professional experience in the form of internship, complete educational degree in accounting or business administration along with a knowledge of practical filers that are associated with accountancy. Becoming a corporate accountant also required experience in information technology, a creative approach to problem-solving and the knolled-on industry. It would not be wrong to say that the topics learned in MPA units HI5020 Corporate Accounting has played a major role in understanding the skills and experiences that are required for becoming a corporate accounting. After going through the crux of the course, it is asserted that the content list is a theoretical approach to the major skills and knowledge that is required for successful professional life as a corporate accountant, such as managing situation, accounts, organisational conduct in both conduct and framework as well as a detailed description of the job role that is to be performed by a corporate accountant (Udomsak, et al. 2019. p.179).
A critical examination of experience, skills and attributes that are required to become a corporate accountant are explained in a professional and knowledgeable detail in the course HI5020. A comparison of the job advertisement and my analyses of the job requirement for corporate accountant with that of ideas and theoretical framework learned from the course highlight that there is hardly any aspect or dimension that is left unstudied. Moreover, I see myself as an entity trained enough to address and adopt a professional setting by using the guidance provided by knowledge retrieved from all the source. Although room of improvement is always there, still, this course is a complete code of conduct that can help to learn corporate accountancy from the core values to highly professional attributes.
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