Introduction and Duties of Finance Department
Head of Finance Department
Phone: +98 (13) 3292390
Fax: +98 (13) 3227789
Duties of the Financial Manager and Accountant Representative:
smooth running of affairs in the units under supervision.
supervision and maintenance and regulation of accounts in accordance with the
law and related rules and regulations and their accuracy and soundness.
preservation of financial documents.
government property accounts and supervising the said property.
the validity of all expenditure orders issued by authorized authorities after
compliance with the relevant laws.
receivables resulting from the issuance of bills and services provided and
payment of balance sheets in accordance with the regulations.
execution of all receipts and payments within the approved credits in
accordance with the rules and regulations.
sending the necessary tax reports
meetings, commissions and auctions and other financial meetings for decision
payments are made through authorized bank accounts that have been recognized in
accordance with relevant laws and regulations.
expenses within the limits of approved credits and allocated credits after the
identification process to provide credit through financial supervision.
Maintaining financial records, controlling
financial activities, identifying deviations from efficient and planned performance,
as well as managing payroll, inventory taxation, fixed assets, and computer
Receive financial reports from units, projects
and other managements and review and comment on them and analyze discrepancies.
supervision and control in order to properly implement laws, regulations,
instructions and financial directives in different units.
Classification of accounts - and, if necessary
- classification of groups of goods and coding related to inventories and
warehouses, based on mechanized systems.
Supervision and control in order to protect
the property and assets of the company.
Matching activities and performance with
approved budgets and deviating analysis.
accounting documents, including revolving salaries, fixed assets, income of
goods and ships, salaries and required correction documents.
review documents submitted from other accounting systems.
send monthly insurance list and tax returns.
contracts and obtaining relevant guarantees and making payments based on the
provisions of the contract.