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Inventory Accounting Analyst

Petaling Jaya - Malaysia

About us

We are a global technology company, driving energy innovation for a balanced planet.​

Together, we create amazing technology that unlocks access to energy for the benefit of all.​

Our inclusive culture is the key to our success. We collaborate with our internal community of colleagues, alumni, and our valued external partners to support each other and achieve our goals. We aim to raise the bar high. We look for people who are committed to innovation and success and act with integrity to become and be a part of one of the most diverse group of experts in our industry, anywhere around the globe.

Global in outlook, local in practice – and with a united, shared passion for discovering solutions, we hire talented, driven people and support them to succeed, personally and professionally.


Job Description

The Inventory Accounting Analyst is responsible for taking steps to ensure that inventory valuation and product cost transactions impacting financial reports are monitored, controlled and posted to the materials ledger and general ledger. The Inventory Accounting Analyst works closely with Operational Planning and Resource Management and other functions to understand product cost and inventory valuation trends, planning and optimization efforts.


Essential Responsibilities & Duties:

  • Process new materials costing.
  • Create additive cost estimates, mark and release cost estimates, and execute and monitor costing runs.
  • Execute product costing period end close by monitoring all product costing and inventory valuation batch jobs.
  • Perform results analysis related to product cost and product revenue.
  • Review product cost lines, relate with business key indicators and provide cost variance analysis, highlighting opportunities or negative trends.
  • Prepare balance sheet reconciliations for relevant accounts and certify completeness.
  • Process product costing and production order settlement, monthly material ledger close
  • Understand and comply with Sarbanes-Oxley requirements and Inventory Policies and Guidelines
  • Preparing Reviewing Analyzing and Finalization of Statutory Accounts
  • Preparing Supporting documentation for Statutory Financial Statements in line with local GAAP to a standard ready for external audit
  • Support with Statutory Audit Process with External Auditor



  • Accounting degree or equivalent professional certification such as ACCA, CA, CPA, MIA and etc.
  • 3 years of Audit, Financial Accounting or Reporting or Shared Services experience in a financial role
  • Strong Microsoft excel skills, SAP experience preferred
  • Ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment with tight deadlines, willing to learn new skills
  • Effective communication skill in English
  • Intellectually curious, analytically rigorous, good business intuition
  • Strong team player