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Apr 142017
 


Jumia is Hiring

Job Vacancy: Payroll Accountant

Job Description

The role of the payroll accountant will include handling all matters relating to payroll including the End to end processing of company payrolls such as:

  • Accurately maintaining multiple payroll accounts across several ventures
  • Ensuring payroll is processed in a timely manner
  • Calculating salaries and overtime
  • Updating details of new hires and terminations in payroll system
  • Handling all statutory filings arising from the payroll- PAYE, NSSF, NHIF e.t.c
  • Reconciling payroll account balances
  • Maintenance of the payroll system
  • Updating and maintaining payroll records
  • Liaising with staff and management on payroll related queries

Qualifications and Experience

  • CPA / ACCA qualified
  • At least 4 years’ and above of Payroll experience in a similar position
  • Prior experience handling payroll for over 500 staff or from an outsourcing payroll agency is a plus
  • Knowledge of SAGE accounting software
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Highly analytical individual with attention to detail
  • Available immediately

Additional Information

  • A unique education in scaling new internet concepts
  • Become part of a highly professional and dynamic team working around the world
  • An unparalleled personal and professional growth as our longer-term objective is to train the next generation of leaders for our future internet ventures

How to Apply

If you want to join some of the fastest growing companies in the world, please send your resume to the following addresses, by specifying the position PAYROLL ACCOUNTANT on the e-mail subject, hr@jumia.co.ke

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

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