Uraia Trust Finance Officer Jobs in Kenya
Uraia Trust Finance Officer Jobs in Kenya
Job Summary: The jobholder is responsible for ensuring timely, efficient and effective processing of accounting and financial management transactions of the Trust.
In addition, the Finance officer will support the management in implementing the finance and accounting strategies, internal controls and enforcement of policies, procedures as well as generation of information for decision making.
Undertaking proper maintenance of finance and accounting records of the trust and ensuring their security.
Preparation and processing of disbursements to partners, timely payment for supplies and services as well as management of supplier accounts.
Support management on smooth operationalization of Uraia Trust internal controls, cost control and enforcement of policies and procures.
Journalising and Posting of approved day to day transactions to accounting ledgers and ensuring timely updating of transactions in the computerised accounting system.
Ensure timely preparation and remittance of statutory payments and returns.
Assist and support management in preparation and facilitation for statutory and project audits.
Processing of petty cash reimbursements and any other cash float requirements e.g. Travels, workshops etc.
Timely preparation of bank reconciliation statements and funds flow management as well as proper filing for relevant bank correspondences.
Undertake receipting of remittance of funds and incomes and timely banking.
Close supervision and monitoring of staff personal accounts with a view to timely recovery of any outstanding advances such as travel advances, outstanding meeting floats, salary advances etc
Assist in Production of regular budgetary, donor and work plan implementation progress reports.
Assist management in regular monitoring of financial transactions and obligations against budget and grant requirements.
Support the finance and programme team in partner grantmanagement processes.
Maintenance and timely updating of the fixed assets register
Perform any other duty as may be assigned to you by your supervisor or Head of department.
Required Qualification and Person Specifications:
Holder of Bachelor’s degree in business management, Commerce, Finance or related discipline from a recognized University and professional accountancy training with minimum
attainment of CPA part 2.
Those with full professional accountancy certification and higher level diploma with relevant vast experience may be considered.
Additional relevant training and qualifications in financial management and donor reporting will be an added advantage.
Minimum of 5 years’ relevant work experience 3 of which must be in project/grants accounting.
Demonstrated work experience in computerized accounting is essential. Those with competence in Navision financial software will be desirable.
Planning, organizing and coordination skills
Record Management skills
Problem solving and analytical skills
Excellent presentation, oral and written communication skills
Quality orientation skills
Focus areas of responsibility – % of time spent
Financial accounting, processing and records management – 70%
Financial reporting – 20%
Administrative duties – 10%
Reports to: Finance Manager
How to Apply
If you believe your career objectives match these exciting positions, please forward your application letter and detailed CV by email on or before 4th September 2020 stating your expected salary and contact details.
The subject of the application email and letter should indicate the position you are applying for including its reference number and be addressed to:
The Human Resources Unit,
P.O Box 28151-00100,
E- Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that due to the anticipated large number of applications only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.
Applicants are encouraged to apply by email address provided above only.
In addition, canvassing by interested applicants is not encouraged and therefore any form of canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.
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