Kuwait Airways (KU: IATA, KAC: ICAO) is the official national carrier of the State of Kuwait.
Established in 1953 as a private company, the airline was initially 50 per cent owned by the Kuwaiti government. In 1962, the government assumed 100 per cent ownership, making it the longest serving, official state carrier operating from the Arabian Gulf Region. Kuwait Airways employs over 4,800 people, and the head office is in the heart of Kuwait City, close to Kuwait International Airport (KWI).
The airline currently provides regular scheduled services to 36 international destinations in the Far East, Middle East, Europe and North America. Kuwait Airways’ fleet of 23 aircraft currently consists of 5 x B777-300ER, 7 x A320-200CEO (completed delivery Q2 2015), 5 x A330s (completed delivery Q4 2015), 4 x A340-300, 9 x Boeing 777-200, and 1 x Boeing 747-400. Kuwait Airways will boast the youngest commercial airline fleet in the world.Kuwait Airways is recruiting for the role of Senior Accounts Officer - Outstation Accounting.In this role, your tasks will include but not be limited to:
Participating in all general sales agents' and airline expenditure work. Reviewing work for accuracy and ensuring correct input to the general ledger system, providing information to management, compiling and preparing summaries as necessary.
Monitoring the monthly clearing of GSA accounts and the allocation of expenditure billed by other airlines, coordinating reconciliation and clearance of suspense accounts requiring allocation to head office controlled expenditure. Ensuring that tasks are completed in accordance with the monthly and annual closedown timetables for the preparation of accounts.
Checking the net payments made by
general sales agents, including reviewing monthly payments to determine
Reviewing monthly reports on IATA
accounts billings. This includes IATA expense statements and non-IATA
airlines and ensures that all expenses are in accordance with the KAC financial
rules and regulations.
Receiving daily correspondence from
GSA offices and other departments for necessary action.
Coordinating work and requests from
internal audit, external auditors, and Ministry of Finance providing
financial information and statements as necessary in a timely manner.
Participating in the maintenance of
records of GSA's bank guarantees.
Reviewing work for accuracy and
overseas data input to the general ledger accounting system.