Financial Analyst Job in Kenya


Objectives Of The Assignment

The main objective of the role is to undertake financial modelling and support the structuring of project projects. This role entails data collection, analysis, research, financial modelling and reporting. Critical to this role is strong numeracy and financial modelling skills as well as an understanding of project financing.

Duties And Responsibilities

The Financial Analyst is expected to meet the above objective by performing, without limitation, the following tasks:

  •  Support the Director of Origination and Structuring in the identification of potentially viable projects.
  •  Origination & Structuring in the identification of potentially viable projects.
  •  Work closely with the Public Debt Management Office with regard to the analysis of fiscal commitments and contingent liabilities.
  •  Undertake the appraisal and structuring of project concepts through financial modelling.
  •  Prepare financial models to guide decision-making on projects.
  •  Ensure the maintenance of high environmental and social standards.
  •  Support in contract negotiations through financial analysis.
  •  Work closely with team members and other departments to ensure effective delivery of projects.
  •  Review project proposals as assigned by the Director Project Origination and Structuring or the Director General.
  •  Work closely with other departments to ensure effective delivery of projects.
  •  Any other tasks as assigned by the Director Project Origination and Structuring or the Director General.

Selection Criteria

  •  Undergraduate degree in economics, finance/banking, engineering or quantity surveying or related field.
  •  Minimum of 3 years of experience in project finance, financial statement or credit analysis, market research, economic analysis, valuations, deal structuring, corporate or project finance, engineering, or financial modelling required. PPP experience would be an added advantage.
  •  Experience working in investment banking, engineering consulting, management consulting or private equity preferred.
  •  Advanced analytical and financial modelling skills.
  •  Strong report drafting skills.
  •  Strong communication skills, including verbal, written and presentation skills.
  •  Detail oriented and work well under pressure.
  •  Critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
  •  Meets the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution.

Data, Local Services And Facilities To Be Provided By Client

  • The PPP Directorate of the National Treasury, Kenya will provide full office accommodation in Nairobi, Kenya.

How To Apply


  • The appointments are on a three (3) year contract term and renewable subject to performance.
  • Only shortlisted and successful candidates will be contacted.
  • Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their Identity Card, academic and professional certificates and transcripts during interviews.
  • The successful candidate will be required to provide clearances from KRA, DCI, EACC, HELB and CRB.

Evaluation Criteria:

CVs will be evaluated taking into account the following criteria: Academic and professional qualifications; Relevant experience; Professional and work experience as well as Communication and inter-p

Interested candidates fulfilling the required qualifications should submit their application documents (curriculum vitae with details of qualifications, experience, daytime telephone numbers, email address and names of three referees) clearly indicating the position applied for and vacancy Reference No. These should be emailed or sent to the address below on or before 13th May, 2024.

Postal Address:
Infrastructure Finance and Public Private
Partnerships Project,
Attention: Procurement Expert
P.O. Box 30007 –00100
Nairobi, Kenya.
Telephone No: +254-20 3225000

Physical Address:
Public Private Partnerships Directorate
Attention: Procurement Expert
6th Floor, Re-insurance Plaza,
Building No. 4 Aga Khan Walk/Taifa Road
Nairobi, Kenya.