Financial Reporting Specialist


  • Working closely within a team of accountants where bookkeeping and accounting activities are conducted in accordance with Turkish GAAP and IFRS GAAP and IFRS simultaneously,
  • Preparation of monthly, quarterly and yearly consolidated financials and reporting packages in accordance with IFRS/TMS,
  • Preparation of IFRS audit reports of all companies, CMB reporting packages, EMRA reporting, BDDK reporting, coordination of independent audit works,
  • Dealing with the financial reporting of foreign subsidiary and communicating with the operational teams,
  • Having experience about the inflationary accounting is a plus,
  • Implementation of new accounting standards and/or internal procedures for the classification and reconciliation of financial transactions,
  • Analysis of financials and key business drivers,
  • Supporting the development and implementation of controlling and reporting systems,
  • Preparation of financials for internal and external audiences,
  • Development and implementation of controlling and reporting systems and templates,
  • Supporting the designing of controlling processes,
  • Analysis and presentations of Ad-Hoc requests


  • Strong academic background (degree in finance, business administration, management or equivalent),
  • Minimum 5-6 years of experience as reporting specialist, controlling specialist, or similar in corporate finance or corporate controlling, preferably in energy business context,
  • Big 4 experience is preferred,
  • Experience in business planning, reporting and controlling processes,
  • Having strong understanding of IFRS accounting,
  • Having experience in SAP-BPC, FI and CO Modules, Hyperion,
  • Excellent MS Office applications knowledge,
  • Open to innovation culture,
  • Analytical thinking skills,
  • Being open to communication is always our priority,
  • Excellent command of both written and spoken English,
  • No military obligation for male candidates

Financial Reporting Specialist | Enerjisa Üretim | LinkedIn