Book keeper


Minimum - Diploma or Degree in Accounting

Previous relevant work experience

The tasks a Book Keeping Machine Operator is expected to perform include: Operating book-keeping machine for calculating and recording business transactions of the institution

Receiving data for calculation to be made Inserting blank paper or accounting form into machine Depressing keys of keyboard of machine to record data Calculating and recording net amount due, amount collected, total, etc.

Knowledge of general bookkeeping principles, techniques and procedures Knowledge of typing and coding purchase orders Knowledge of maintaining account balances and reporting on their status Knowledge of proper preparation of tabular materials, charts and statistical data

Ability to perform general clerical duties Knowledge of counting words to be telegraphed Skill in determining value of postal stamp to be affixed on telegram forms

Strong accounting and mathematical skills Effective communication skills

Time management and problem solving skills Attention to detail and accuracy

Computer skills

Co-ordinating and administrative skills

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This job is considered mildly hazardous or dangerous Occupational hazards include strained vision, headaches, back aches, joint pain, fatigue, stress, arthritis, etc.Health risks include excessive exposure to blue light from the monitor, norovirus, etc.

For candidates with up to 2 years? experience - INR9,000 to INR12,500 per month

For candidates with 2 to 5 years? experience ? INR12,500 to INR15,500 per month

For candidates with over 5 years? experience ? INR15,500 to INR18,000 per month

(These figures are indicative and subject to change)

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Local public and private companies and offices across India

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