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C.K. Foh
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Personal Statement

With over 1 year of accounting experience, I'd love to succeed in the Accounting field, in an environment where I will be able to establish my career and grow professionally.

Biography

Work Rights:
  • Australian Working Visa
Citizenship:
  • Malaysia
Languages:
  • English
  • Mandarin
  • Cantonese
  • Hakka
  • Indonesian

Education

  • Murdoch University - Bachelor in Accounting
    Graduation date:
    Discipline(s):
    • Accounting
    Degree Level:
    Bachelor
  • Edith Cowan University - Postgraduate Certificate in Accounting
    Graduation date:
    Discipline(s):
    • Accounting
    Degree Level:
    Postgraduate Certificate

Employment

  • Company Name:
    Accounts Assistant at Heagan Seating Malaysia
    Start - End Dates:
    Description:

    Job scope includes both accounts payable and receivable tasks, with additions of preparing bank reconciliations, and conducting weekly credit meetings.

  • Company Name:
    Accounts Assistant at Fraser Suits Perth
    Start - End Dates:
    Description:

    Responsible for maintaining records of invoices, payments and transactions, preparing accounts payable, invoices and purchase orders, petty cash and payroll.

  • Company Name:
    Intern (Assurance) at EY Malaysia
    Start - End Dates:
    Description:

    The experience working as an auditor reassure my interest in working as an accountant to full fill my dream to succeed in accounting field.

Achievements

  • CPA Australia Accounting Quiz 2013

    Second Runner up, Team category.

  • Academic Excellence Award 2012 recipient

    This award is for students who have excelled in academic performance.

Skills

  • ey microstart, ey random

    Ernst & Young Software I have used during my internship.

  • sage 300, infor hms, epitome

    Accounting Software used by Fraser Suits finance team while working as Accounts Assistant.

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