Mohammad Azam Ismailzada

  •  parwan 3  Kabul Afghanistan 
Mohammad Azam Ismailzada

Finance Officer  New Kabul bank


I have an ability to grow with a job, handle responsibility and build positive relationships with work colleagues at all levels. My present employer is very satisfied with my work rate, and I am confident that I can bring the same level of high performance to your company.

Work History

Work History
Jan 2010 - Present

Finance Officer

New Kabul Bank


Responsible for overseeing and directing the organization's financial goals, objectives, and budgets. Meets with the Board and other company executives to develop financial goals and budgets


  • Develop and implement and organization's financial goals.
  • Oversee the investment of funds and manage associated risks.
  • Supervise cash management activities.
  • Execute capital-raising strategies to support a firm's expansion.
  • Handle mergers and acquisitions.
  • Act as financial gatekeeper.
  • Supervise the preparation of the annual budget.
  • Monitor and control accounts receivables.
  • Prepare monthly financial statements, financial packages, and other informational reports/analysis.
  • Develop and monitor policies and procedures within generally accepted accounting principles and corporate guidelines to ensure sufficient cash flow, reduced operating costs, and increased revenues.
  • Improve profitability.
  • Review prior financial results and discusses anticipated changes to highlight future needs and trends.
  • Ensure underlying accounting records are accurate, complete and in accordance with GAAP.
  • Review monthly operating reports for accuracy, completeness and major variances between actual and budget results.
  • Approve monthly bank reconciliations.
  • Prepare quarterly and annual fair value reports.
  • Prepare summaries and forecasts for future business growth and general economic outlook.
Aug 2004 - Nov 2009



A community pharmacist is responsible for controlling, dispensing and distributing medicine. They work to legal and ethical guidelines to ensure the correct and safe supply of medical products to the general public. They are involved in maintaining and improving people's health by providing advice and information as well as supplying prescription medicines.

Community pharmacists also sell over-the-counter medical products and instruct patients on the use of medicines and medical appliances. Some pharmacists will also offer specialist health checks, such as blood pressure monitoring and diabetes screening, run stop smoking clinics and weight reduction programmes.

Community pharmacists work in high street pharmacies, supermarkets, local healthcare and GP surgeries.

Typical work activities

Community pharmacists work in customer-facing roles and provide an increasing range of services. Typical work activities include:

  • dispensing prescription medicines to the public;
  • ensuring that different treatments are compatible;
  • checking dosage and ensuring that medicines are correctly and safely supplied and labelled (pharmacists are legally responsible for any dispensing errors);
  • supervising the preparation of any medicines (not all are supplied ready made-up by the manufacturer);
  • keeping a register of controlled drugs for legal and stock control purposes;
  • liaising with doctors about prescriptions;
  • selling over-the-counter medicines;
  • counselling and advising the public on the treatment of minor ailments;
  • advising patients of any adverse side-effects of medicines or potential interactions with other medicines/treatments;
  • preparing dosette and cassette boxes, usually for the elderly but also for those with memory/learning difficulties, where tablets are placed in compartments for specified days of the week;
  • undertaking Medicine Use Reviews (MUR), an advanced service to help patients understand how their medicines work and why they have to take them;
  • managing a needle and syringe exchange;
  • measuring and fitting compression hosiery;
  • monitoring blood pressure and cholesterol levels;
  • offering a diabetes screening service;
  • arranging the delivery of prescription medicines to patients;
  • managing, supervising and training pharmacy support staff;
  • budgeting and financial management;
  • keeping up to date with current pharmacy practice, new drugs and their uses.
Mar 1995 - Jul 2004




Responsible for overseeing the sales department within a company or organization. Sets local and regional sales quotas, manages sales support staff and representatives, and advises company about sales performance. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Direct distribution of product or service.
  • Develop and follow up on business leads.
  • Cold call, direct email, and perform other lead generation activities.
  • Manage team of sales staff.
  • Assign sales territories, set sales goals, and establish training programs for the organization’s sales representatives.
  • Set sales quotas.
  • Advise the sales representatives on ways to improve their sales performance.
  • Develop scripts.
  • Oversee regional and local sales managers and their staffs.
  • Maintain contact with dealers and distributors.
  • Analyze sales statistics gathered by their staffs to determine sales potential and inventory requirements and to monitor customers' preferences.
  • Ensure customer satisfaction.
  • Travel to different locations to make sales calls.
  • Arrange for travel.
  • Attend and preside over sales meetings.
  • Maintain reports.
  • Generate numbers for company to determine if sales goals have been met.
  • Hire, train, and lead sales representatives.
  • Develop motivational material.
  • Create prizes and other incentives for sales reps to meet their goal.


Feb 2010 - Apr 2010

Banking Course

Kabul Bank
Jun 1988 - Dec 1991



School Graduate 

Ghazi high SCHOOL