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Massive Recruitment in a Reputable Training Institution

A reputable training institution seeks to recruit qualified candidates to fill the following vacant positions.

Finance Manager 

(Re- advertisement)

Unit:
 Management Services

Reporting to: Deputy Director – Management Services

Grade:
 3

Interested candidates should have:

Qualifications

  • A Masters Degree in Finance and a Bachelors degree in Commerce, Finance (Accounting Option) or an equivalent qualification.
  • CPAK or its equivalent
  • Excellent computer skills
  • Certificate in senior Management course lasting not less than 1 month will be an added advantage.
Experience
  • At least five (5) Years work experience in financial management or accounting at a senior level.
  • Experience of Accounting in public finance and budgeting.
Knowledge and Skills
  • In-depth knowledge and experience in prudent financial management.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Ability to analyze strategic goals, evaluate the financial implications and develop a financial strategy to support the Institutes strategic goals
  • Knowledge of donor-accounting requirements
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines;
  • High level of computer literacy, with competence in accounting for relevant accounting packages
  • Be a team player.
Main Task

The officer will assist and be answerable to the Deputy Director Management services in performing the Following tasks:-
  • Ensuring compliance with finance and accounting standards and regulations.
  • Coordinating preparation of budgets and ensuring implementation and controls as per approved levels.
  • Developing and reviewing Institute’s policies, accounting and financial procedures.
  • Participate in drafting proposals and budgets for new projects and programs.
  • Analyze financial information to recommend or develop efficient use of resources and procedures, provide strategic recommendations and maintain solutions to business and financial problems
  • Performing audits of departments, monitoring department’s workloads and creating and monitoring databases
  • Developing and compiling annual work program budgets, monitor variance and advise budget-holders on management
  • Monitor expenditure and advise budget holders on budgetary controls
  • Evaluate management action and controls needed to manage risks effectively, advise and where needed facilitate improvements.
  • Ensuring timely preparation and presentation of financial reports to the Management
  • Planning, coordinating and controlling of financial resources and accounting procedures;
  • Attending to queries raised in the audit reports.
  • Ensure follow up of GoK Grants and other Receivables.
Senior Supply Chain Management Officer (Senior Procurement Officer)

Unit:
 Management Service

Reporting to:
 Finance Manager

Grade:
 4

Interested candidates should have:

Qualifications
  • A Bachelors Degree in any of the following: - Commerce, Business Administration, Economics, Procurement and Supplies Management, Marketing, Law or equivalent qualification from a recognized Institution:
  • An advanced Diploma (CIPS) in Supplies Management or its equivalent from a recognized Institution.
  • Excellent computer skills
  • A Certificate in senior Management course lasting not less than 1 month will be an added advantage.
Experience

Three (3) years experience in a relevant field.

Knowledge and Skills
  • Interpersonal skills including being a team player;
  • Integrity and commitment to produce results;
  • Proven work attitude and ability to give and take instructions;
  • Ability to get on well with diverse workforce and
  • High level of computer literacy.
Main Tasks

The Senior Supply Chain Management Officer (SPO) shall be Head of Procurement Unit.

The officer will assist and be answerable to the Finance Manager in performing the Following tasks:-
  • Plan, manage and coordinate all Public Procurement and Disposal Activities of the Procurement unit
  • Carry out Market surveys and Procurement planning, Inventory and Stock control.
  • Formulate procurement policies.
  • Propose the membership of Procurement committees to the Accounting Officer for approval.
  • Process Agendas for the Tender Committee and assist in decisions thereof.
  • Implement Decisions and co-ordinate the activities of the Tender Committee.
  • Co-ordinate internal monitoring and evaluation of the supply chain functions.
  • Observe stock levels to ensure that re-order of goods warrant initiating procurement process.
  • Carry out the annual stock taking of assets and arrange for a disposal of obsolete items of furniture and other assets in accordance to organization’s policy.
  • Prepare a status report on all assets.
  • Authorize Internal Procurement orders and liaise with end users to ensure that the procurement meet its needs.
  • Report to PPOA in accordance with its directives.
  • Carry out any other function and duties as provided under the Procurement and Disposal Act and Regulations/Manuals.
Monitoring and Evaluation Officer

Unit:
 Directorate

Reporting to:
 Corporate Affairs Manager

Grade:
 5

Interested candidates should have:

Qualifications:
  • A minimum of a Masters degree in Social Science, Management, Statistics, Economics, or other relevant field.
  • Professional training in Monitoring and Evaluation
Experience:
  • Three years experience in Monitoring and Evaluation
Knowledge and Skills
  • Ability to collect and analyze quantitative and qualitative data.
  • Ability to design tools for data collection.
  • Ability to prepare reporting.
  • Ability to use Information and Communication Technologies including statistical analysis packages.
  • Ability to capacity built.
Main tasks:

The officer will assist and be answerable to the Corporate Affairs Manager in performing the following tasks;
  • Assist the Corporate Affairs Manager in developing performance contract documents
  • Design monitoring and evolution tools
  • Play a lead role in evaluations, identify suitable methodologies, draft ToRs, identify evaluation team members and analyze findings.
  • Support the participation of beneficiaries in monitoring and evaluation.
  • Capacity builds staff in monitoring and evaluation skills.
  • Produce periodic progress reports on a timely basis
  • Ensure analysis of monitoring data and dissemination of reports.
Senior Accountant

Unit:
 Management Services

Reporting to:
 Finance Manager

Grade:
 4

Interested candidates should have:

Qualifications
  • A degree in Commerce (Accounting Option) or its equivalent
  • CPA (K) or its equivalent.
  • A relevant Master’s degree will be an added advantage.
Experience
  • Five (5) Years work experience in financial management and / or accounting environment at a senior level.
Knowledge and Skills
  • Ability to analyze strategic goals, evaluate the financial implications and develop a financial strategy to support the Institutes strategic goals.
  • Ability to work with and manage a multi-disciplinary team, (including responsibility for team budget, performance against targets and supervision of team members)
  • Knowledge of donor-accounting requirements
  • Practical knowledge of accounting and financial software such as Sage, Quick Books etc
  • Experience in writing narrative and financial reports.
  • High level of computer literacy, with competence in accounting for relevant accounting packages
  • High integrity
Main Tasks

The officer will assist and be answerable to the Finance Manager in performing the following activities:-
  • Advice management on financial issues.
  • Develop and maintain systems to ensure proper data capture, analyze and report financial performance.
  • Produce financial reports to monitor the performance of the institution, including cash flow forecast, financial statements, donor and annual reports.
  • Developing and compiling annual work program budgets, monitor variance and advise budget-holders on management.
  • Monitor expenditure and advise budget holders on budgetary controls.
  • Ensure effective collection of revenue.
  • Process payments and reconcile suppliers’ accounts.
  • Ensure bank reconciliation’s of KEWI accounts.
  • Administer the payroll.
  • Prepare monthly statutory payments including PAYE, NHIF, NSSF, Provident Fund
If your back ground experience and competence meet the above qualifications please send your application with a detailed CV, other testimonials, plus details of three referees to reach the under signed on or before 25th November, 2011.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

DN.A/1163
P.O. Box 49010, GPO
00100-Nairobi


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