Schibsted is hiring an

Accounting & Settlement Specialist

Oslo, Norway

Schibsted ePayment is subsidiary of Schibsted ASA and our mission is to facilitate payment services in the Schibsted eco-system by offering robust, flexible, value-adding and state-of-the-art payment solutions to all Schibsted companies
We need a colleague that can help us in settling and reconciling our accounts while meeting internal, legal and governmental requirements, and keeping an eye on privacy and compliance matters
We are a small team, but a part of a large organisation that collaborate on bringing innovative and user-friendly services to our more than 200 million users world wide. Our focus is to deliver systems for online and mobile payment, including person-to-person (P2P) payment services to our leading classified sites, such as FINN, Blocket, LeBoinCoin and Subito
We can offer interesting challenges and development opportunities in a highly professional and international business environment. We need to be a trustworthy, secure and compliant company, but at the same time, we need to look ahead and meet the needs of the wide array of Schibsted companies.
As a member of our financial reconciliation team, you will be part of the company´s back office staff, settling monthly and yearly accounts, reconciling customer accounts and delivering service to our end users as well as our varied array of Schibsted clients
This role is a combined role, fusion finance and accounting skills with an understanding of technical and system issues. The role requires the ability to see the bigger picture, understanding financial and compliance requirements as well as how our technical systems work together. This role will work closely with our developers and will be able to call on different members of the team in order to solve day-to-day tasks
What are we looking for in you? You are someone with experience from settlement, reconciliation work and accounting practices. Further, you have an understanding of technical, compliance and privacy issues. If you also have knowledge of the payment industry and the Schibsted structure, that would be an advantage, but not an absolute requirement