Management Trainee Officer – Finance

Company Name: Bashundhara Group, Management Trainee Officer – Finance

Job Type: Full Time

Job Context:

Bashundhara Group, one of the largest industrial conglomerates of the country, is looking for competent, dynamic & visionary incumbents for its Industrial sector’s Accounting & Finance Department.

The Group offers excellent working environment, learning culture and professional growth.

Job Responsibilities Management Trainee Officer – Finance

Maintain books and records for transaction through SAP. Carry out reconciliation of all assets and liabilities.

Ensure that VAT and Tax have been deducted properly as per law.

Prepare financial statements as per applicable laws and regulations.

Conduct financial analysis and feed business units with information and insight for better decisions.

Educational Requirement

CA Certificate/ Professional Level Qualified with Chartered Accountancy Course completed from reputed CA Firms. The incumbent will be placed under probation for a period of 06 (six) months, during which he/she will be assigned and engaged with various responsibilities to gather practical knowledge and required skills.

After successful completion of probation period, the candidates will be confirmed in the service with regular pay scale based on evaluation of their performance and qualification.

Job Location:

Anywhere in Bangladesh


If you find yourself compatible to apply for the position, kindly send your resume enclosing a recent passport size photographs to HR & Administration department,

Bashundhara Industrial Headquarters – 1, Plot # 3, Block # G, Umme Kulsum Road, Bashundhara R/A, Dhaka – 1229. Or mail to
Special Instruction: Please mention the position you are applying for on the top of the envelop.

About of Company:

Bashundhara Group (founded by Ahmed Akbar Sobhan and present Chairman began in 1987 as real estate venture. Shafiat Sobhan Sanvir is the Vice Chairman of Bashundhara Group.After its first successful project, Bashundhara invested in new fields, including manufacturing, industry and trading. More enterprises were established in the early 1990s; these included cement, paper, pulp, tissue paper and steel production, as well as LP Gas bottling and distribution. On 4 February 2014, The Bangladesh Supreme Court ordered Bashundhara Group officials to surrender before it on a tax evasion case filed by the caretaker government. On 19 December 2011, Bashundhara chairman Ahmed Akbar Sobhan was sued for ‘fraud’ by Mohammad Shahjahan over the price of land in Bashundhara. Bashundhara received permission from Bangladesh Economic Zones Authority to Set up two specialized economic zones in Keraniganj, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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