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Graduate Development Program (Finance track), Singapore - DFS5218127 in Singapore at DFS

Date Posted: 4/24/2019

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Job Description

The Graduate Development program is designed to provide an unparalleled opportunity for candidates to learn all aspects of Finance in our luxury travel retail business. These learning opportunities take the form of hands-on experiential learning. Management Trainees are assigned departmental responsibilities including special assignments and projects and interact with managers, coaches and mentors throughout DFS during the 24-month rotational program. During the program, key skills are established that will anchor Management Trainees in their career. At the end of this program, Management Trainees will refine technical skills in the key Finance functions rotations as well as having the opportunity to have one elective rotation in both Singapore and Hong Kong. Depending on individual performance and business needs, a graduated Management Trainee is expected to assume a leadership role in the organization.

Key Responsibilities:
Under the guidance of an experienced manager/coach/mentor/HR Expert, 1. Hands-on Exposure in key Finance areas of: a. Financial Planning and Analysis b. Accounting and Reporting c. Corporate and Group Consolidation d. Accounts Payable e. Accounts Receivable f. Global Tax 2. People Management a. Develop the appropriate people and communication skills that will strengthen leadership capabilities 3. Projects a. Participate actively in and collaborate with others to ensure projects are completed effectively and on time 4. General a. Carry out other duties and responsibilities assigned from time to time

Key Requirements:

• Possess a Bachelor Degree in Accountancy or equivalent from a renowned university.
• Strong interpersonal, communication and presentations skills.
• Special sensitivity to work in a multicultural environment.
• Ability to learn on the fly.
• Ability to manage ambiguity and complexity.