Do you have an experience in GL processes and willing to internationalize your career? If your answer is yes, you might be the one who or globally well know Client from Gdansk is looking for.

The purpose of the job is to be responsible for processing different accounting transactions and maintaining a professional relationship with the European markets, ensure closing and day to day processes are completed in an accurate and timely manner, dealing with customer queries, accurate performing of ad hoc postings; preparing standard reporting, fixed assets, travel and expenses, interface reconciliations, identify potential process improvements, support other team members in day to day processes (GL/AR/AP area).


  • Excellent knowledge of Swedish and good command in English
  • University degree, preferable in Finance&Accounting
  • Experience in Payroll or SSC environment will be an advantage
  • Practical experience (preferably 3 years) in accountancy/finance areas AR/AP is essential

(Candidates with lower experience will be taken into consideration as well)

  • Experience with ERP accounting systems (SAP, Oracle, AS400)
  • Good knowledge of MS office applications (Excel, Outlook, Word)
  • Flexibility to travel

What our Client offers:

  • Interesting and stable job in an international team
  • Competitive salary with attractive benefit package
  • Opportunity of personal development
  • Friendly working atmosphere
  • Flexible working hours
  • Coo-financed language courses


If you are interested don´t hesitate submitting your application and CV to by 18.05.2014 r. For additional information you can send your request to the same address.

Please be informed that we contact personally only chosen candidates.

We kindly ask you to include in your application the following clause:

“I agree for processing my personal data and storage it into a database of your company in order to present me an offer of employment, in accordance with the provisions of the Act about the Personal Details Protection dated 29.08.1997 (Dz.U. No. 133, item 883).“