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Accountant Jobs in Qatar

We found 87 Accountant jobs in Qatar

Asset Manager
Constructions Company
    8.0 Years           Doha
Asset Manager Effectively manage the Macro team and supply chain partners to ensure that exemplary p ...

Wealth Manager Qatar
insurance Firm
    3.0 Years           Doha
As a well-established Insurance Brokerage, our client bank reflects Qatars population, as does our t ...

Tax and Legal - Consulting Manager
Finance services
    10.0 Years           Doha
As a Manager, you ll work as part of a team of problem solvers with extensive consulting and industr ...

Treasury Analyst
Automobile industry
    10.0 Years           Doha
• Preparation of a daily bank position report. • Preparation of treasury management report. • Prepar ...

Accounting Director
Construction Company
    15.0 Years           Doha
Oversees the preparation, examination, or analysis of accounting records, financial statements, or o ...

Senior Chartered Accountant
Finance services
    15.0 Years           Doha
Qualified Chartered Accountant/Certified Public Accountant (USA) / Certified Management Accountant ( ...

MANAGER INTERNAL AUDIT
Flight servcies company
    8.0 Years           Doha
• Assist with the execution of financial, operational or other audits and special projects as requir ...

Cost Senior Accountant
Consulting
    8.0 Years           Doha
• Providing expert advice on cost and budgeting issues related to current projects to project manage ...

Head of Estimation & Billing (O&IE Repairs)
Marine industry
    10.0 Years           Doha
1) Single Point of accountability for the Estimating, Billing & Cost Control Team and provides guida ...

Auditing Finance/accountant
Consulting
    5.0 Years           Doha
We have an urgent requirement for Audit cum Accountant. Job Location: Doha, Qatar Experience 3 Years ...
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What are Different Types of Accounting Jobs?

Accounting Careers

Accounting as a career, allows you the flexibility of working wherever you want to. The biggest cities need accounts to run but the smallest towns also need number crunchers to keep their businesses and offices running smoothly. You might be wondering how high an accounting degree can take you along your career path and the answer is, if you have all the qualities of a good accountant, you can go higher than you can ever imagine. Accountants can choose from several types of professional careers with many different kinds of companies.

Auditor

Internal auditors examine an organisation's or department's policies, procedures and finances, in order to advise where improvements could be made.

Independent external auditors examine company accounts to check if they are accurate, or to check how public money is being spent within public sector organisations, civil service departments and local authorities. An external auditor is responsible for:

Collecting and interpreting figures

Identifying any problems or risks to the business

Assessing the company's financial reporting systems

Establishing good working relationships with clients

Making recommendations for improvements

Budget Analyst

Budget analysts spend most of their time analyzing data, evaluating budget proposals, recommending spending cuts, redistributing extra funds, and preparing annual reports. They work with project managers in developing the budget of the organizations while looking over proposals, checking for accuracy, completeness, and compliance. They use cost-benefit analyses to explore alternative funding methods, review financial requests, and assess program tradeoffs. They may also look at past budgets and research any financial developments that could affect income and expenditures.

In order to stay within the budget, budget analysts oversee spending throughout the year and figure out whether changes are needed for certain programs. They also examine programs and decide whether they are producing good results. Government officials and chief executives Chief Executive in private companies rely on the work of budget analysts to prepare data in order for them to make informed financial decisions.

Budget analysts communicate their recommendations to executives within the organization. If there is a discrepancy between the budget and spending, budget analysts will write a report going over the differences and recommend any changes. They use spreadsheet, database, and financial analysis software to provide accurate, up-to-date information.

Forensic Accountant

The Forensic CPA Society says, "Forensic accountants inhabit a cloak and dagger corner of the accounting world . . . anything from procurement fraud to a top executive 'cooking the books' to industrial espionage." Forensic accountants spend more time than most in courtrooms giving expert testimony; in fact, that's what "forensic" means: suitable for use in court. As a forensic accountant, you'll need to develop your investigative skills to dig deeper to discover the numbers behind the numbers.

Staff Accountant

As a staff accountant, you may work for corporations, government agencies, large accounting firms, or nonprofits. Some of your duties may include preparing taxes, monthly/quarterly reports, and financial statements. You can create and evaluate others' budgets, handle bookkeeping, accounts payable, and accounts receivable, among other duties.

Tax Accountant

A bachelor's degree is the minimum requirement for a tax accountant, and to become a CPA (Certified Public Accountant), you might need 30 hours of study. It's important to keep up with ever-changing federal and state regulations and understand business concepts so that you can advise your clients.

What are Different Types of Accounting Jobs?

Accounting Careers

Accounting as a career, allows you the flexibility of working wherever you want to. The biggest cities need accounts to run but the smallest towns also need number crunchers to keep their businesses and offices running smoothly. You might be wondering how high an accounting degree can take you along your career path and the answer is, if you have all the qualities of a good accountant, you can go higher than you can ever imagine. Accountants can choose from several types of professional careers with many different kinds of companies.

Auditor

Internal auditors examine an organisation's or department's policies, procedures and finances, in order to advise where improvements could be made.

Independent external auditors examine company accounts to check if they are accurate, or to check how public money is being spent within public sector organisations, civil service departments and local authorities. An external auditor is responsible for:

Collecting and interpreting figures

Identifying any problems or risks to the business

Assessing the company's financial reporting systems

Establishing good working relationships with clients

Making recommendations for improvements

Budget Analyst

Budget analysts spend most of their time analyzing data, evaluating budget proposals, recommending spending cuts, redistributing extra funds, and preparing annual reports. They work with project managers in developing the budget of the organizations while looking over proposals, checking for accuracy, completeness, and compliance. They use cost-benefit analyses to explore alternative funding methods, review financial requests, and assess program tradeoffs. They may also look at past budgets and research any financial developments that could affect income and expenditures.

In order to stay within the budget, budget analysts oversee spending throughout the year and figure out whether changes are needed for certain programs. They also examine programs and decide whether they are producing good results. Government officials and chief executives Chief Executive in private companies rely on the work of budget analysts to prepare data in order for them to make informed financial decisions.

Budget analysts communicate their recommendations to executives within the organization. If there is a discrepancy between the budget and spending, budget analysts will write a report going over the differences and recommend any changes. They use spreadsheet, database, and financial analysis software to provide accurate, up-to-date information.

Forensic Accountant

The Forensic CPA Society says, "Forensic accountants inhabit a cloak and dagger corner of the accounting world . . . anything from procurement fraud to a top executive 'cooking the books' to industrial espionage." Forensic accountants spend more time than most in courtrooms giving expert testimony; in fact, that's what "forensic" means: suitable for use in court. As a forensic accountant, you'll need to develop your investigative skills to dig deeper to discover the numbers behind the numbers.

Staff Accountant

As a staff accountant, you may work for corporations, government agencies, large accounting firms, or nonprofits. Some of your duties may include preparing taxes, monthly/quarterly reports, and financial statements. You can create and evaluate others' budgets, handle bookkeeping, accounts payable, and accounts receivable, among other duties.

Tax Accountant

A bachelor's degree is the minimum requirement for a tax accountant, and to become a CPA (Certified Public Accountant), you might need 30 hours of study. It's important to keep up with ever-changing federal and state regulations and understand business concepts so that you can advise your clients.

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