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Feb 062017
 

Sifa Consult Africa Ltd is a company that is focused on establishing Agribusiness industries in rural Western Kenya. Our focus is to improve per capita incomes and reduce poverty levels in rural population. We are looking for best qualified individuals for the following positions to join our vibrant team.

Assistant Finance Job Qualifications

  • BBM/BCOM/Statistics/Mathematics or related business degree
  • CPA2/ACCA2/CIMA
  • Proficiency in Excel or QuickBooks will be an added advantage
  • Below 33 years
  • No criminal records
  • High Learning aptitude

How to Apply
Visit. http://www.sifacoafric.co.ke/ to apply for the assistant finance/accounts position.

Job Category: FINANCE JOBS IN KENYA, JOBS IN KENYA Employer: Sifa Consult Jobs

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