The accountant is responsible for the implementation of accounting tasks, policies and procedures for the USAID-funded ACDI/VOCA programs, including but not limited to the responsibilities outlined below. The position will be based in Nairobi.
Preparation and verification of vouchers in accordance with the laid down rules and regulations involving primary data entry and routine accounting work such as balancing of cashbooks, imprest and advances ledgers etc.
Data capture, maintenance of primary records such as cashbooks, ledgers, vote books, registers and preparation of simple management reports e.g. imprest and expenditure returns etc.
Undertaking Specific Audit assignments and preparing detailed Audit Observations and reports as required.
Reviewing the applications of accounting Standards and systems including IFMIS and recommending changes and improvements;
To reconcile fixed assets register to the general ledger on a monthly basis breaking down major categories of assets into cost, depreciation and net book value
You will provide professional expertise to the Executive team, and work with all global departments and lines of business to provide high quality finance, budgeting, reporting and accounting services.
Build a pipeline of partnership (food international chains, supermarkets and other key accounts) opportunities across Europe and Africa, mapping new commercial arrangements and deal types - seeking new deals and partnerships.