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Apr 292017
 


ShopIT

Job Title: Finance Intern

Categories: Finance

Salary: 20,000

Location: Nairobi

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree.
  • At least a B (plain) in KCSE.
  • At least CPA 2
  • Experience with the iTax system.
  • At least 1 year work experience in the related field, especially so with Accounts Payable & Receivables in the retail industry as an added advantage.
  • Should be conversant with Quick books / Sage / Pastel Accounting packages. Experience with an ERP will be an added advantage.
  • Should have corporate culture adaptability to retail industry experience.
  • Preference will be given to retail industry experience.
  • Strong communications skills both oral and written.

Responsibilities / Duties:-

  • Ensure purchase orders, receiving and invoices are matched.
  • Preparation of suppliers’ statements and management accounts.
  • Costing of the end-product in relation to the current market demand.
  • Posting of journal entries and filing of accounts documents.
  • Ensuring compliance of standard procedures.
  • Any other duties as assigned.
  • Correspondence with the suppliers in all matters of payments.
  • Participate in the overall finance department objectives.
  • Establish and maintain relationships with suppliers and business customers.

Applications must include the following:

  • Include your expected remuneration.
  • MBTI Personality (you can visit | http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/jtypes2.asp | answer the 72 Questions and click on ‘Score it’ to get your four letter MBTI Personality ) . Only the four letters are required.

To apply candidates should visit http://beta.sync.co.ke/jobs/finance-associate/

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