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Apply for the most current Accounting Jobs in Kenya today for a chance to work in some of the best companies. See below and apply.

1. Accounts Assistant Jobs in Kenya – Baus Optical

Do you have an outgoing personality, are responsible and confident? Baus Optical is looking for you.
The successful candidate for the Accounts Assistant job should have 1 year experience in Accounting and have a CPA. Is that you?

Apply here for the Accounts Assistant Job

2. Accounting Jobs in Kenya – Manufacturing Company

The successful candidate will prepare asset, liability, and capital account entries by compiling and analyzing account information, among other duties.

Degree in Accounting required.

Apply here for the Accounting Job

3.Credit Controller Accounting Jobs in Kenya

The credit controller will be checking customer’s credit ratings with banks / credit bureaus, setting up the terms and conditions of customer accounts and reviewing them annually, among other responsibilities.

Qualifications include a CPA2.

Apply here for the Credit Controller Job

4. Junior Accounting Job- Wanda Organic

As the accountant you will responsible for Book Keeping, where you will compile daily and monthly records in-line with company policy and procedure, among other responsibilities.

University degree plus CPA qualification preferred.

Apply here for the Junior Accountant Job

All the best as you apply.

Job Category: ACCOUNTING JOBS IN KENYA, KENYAN JOBS Employer: Accounting Jobs In Nairobi, Accounts Assistant Jobs In Kenya, Latest Accounting Jobs In Kenya, Top Accounting Jobs in Kenya

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