Accounts Officer

Posted By: Thanal


Junior Management

Finance & Accounts


Job Description

Key Responsibilities

Financial Management: Manage and maintain financial records, budgets, and financial transactions to ensure accuracy and compliance with regulatory requirements.

Client Relations: Develop and maintain strong relationships with clients, addressing their financial needs and providing excellent customer service.

Financial Reporting: Prepare and present financial reports, statements, and forecasts to management and clients to aid in decision-making.

Budgeting and Forecasting: Collaborate with relevant departments to develop and monitor budgets, forecasts, and financial plans.

Audit and Compliance: Ensure compliance with all relevant financial regulations and tax laws, coordinating with external auditors when necessary.

Team Leadership: Lead and mentor a team of accounting professionals, fostering their growth and development.

Process Improvement: Continuously identify opportunities for process improvement and efficiency in financial operations.

Strategic Planning: Contribute to the development and implementation of financial strategies and initiatives that align with the company's goals.


Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, or a related field (Master's degree or CPA preferred).

Location: Banaswadi, Karnataka

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Thanal
  • About Organization:Our transformation from nature enthusiasts to serious environmental activists was triggered by the rise in pesticide use and pesticide related illness, increasing deforestation, improper handling of urban waste and other alarming issues. From the 1970s to the 2000s over 50000 villagers in the district of Kasargod were plagued by convulsions, physical deformities, congenital anomalies and cancer. These maladies were traced to the pesticide Endosulfan sprayed over the cashew plantations. In 1998, along with the local community, e launched a highly vocal and public campaign, which resulted in the State Government putting a ban on Endosulfan use. Later following up with studies, national debates, petitions and advocacy, India banned Endosulfan in 2011.