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Pasante área contable


El pasante contable apoya la gestión del área contable y financiera, a través del procesamiento, análisis y registro oportuno de la información de la compañía.


  • Apoyar el área contable en la revisión y registro de información contable de la empresa
  • Acompañar la realización de inventarios y detectar desviaciones frente a la información registrada en la contabilidad
  • Generar informes solicitados por la dirección financiera
  • Realizar conciliaciones bancarias según las indicaciones recibidas
  • Apoyar la revisión y consolidación de información contable


  • Estudiante de últimos semestres de contaduría pública
  • Experiencia previa como auxiliar contable es un plus
  • Dinamismo, seguimiento de instrucciones, atención al detalle, orientación al resultado

Beneficios. Contrato de pasantía convenio universidad – empresa. Posibilidad de vinculación con la empresa una vez finalizada la pasantía.

Ubicación: Posición localizada en Bogotá, Colombia

Salario: Auxilio de pasantía equivalente al salario mínimo

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