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Futong Group (Hongkong) Co., Limited

We are one of the global market leaders in optical communication industry; our products include optical fiber, cable, hardware & equipment for telecommunications network and other advanced optics solutions for different industries. Our Hong Kong office are located at North Point and factory is located at Tai Po Industrial Estate.


Job Ref.CT3113171-01#0073

Our company invites candidates to join our team with the below requirements:

Job Duties

  • Manage daily general accounting duties including input accounting entries, processing receipts and banking preparation (AP, AR).
  • Assist in preparing financial reports.
  • Handle daily accounting operations including data entry, filing and record keeping.
  • Perform ad-hoc assignment(s) as required.

Job Requirements

  • Diploma or above in Accounting or relevant discipline. 
  • LCCI higher with min. 2 years relevant experience in accounting.
  • Proficient in MS Excel and MS Word.
  • Self-motivated, independent and willing to work under pressure.
  • Immediate available is preferred.

We offer a competitive package to the successful applicant. Interested parties please send your resume with expected and current salary to our Human Resources Department by clicknig ''Apply Now''.

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  • 13-month pay
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