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May 112017
 


Job Title: Accountant

Location: Naivasha

Salary: 60,000

Job Responsibilities

  • Cash management for the entity
  • Filing for VAT returns
  • Filing of I-Tax returns and financial statements
  • Payroll on a monthly basis including statutory deductions such as NHIF, NSSF and PAYE
  • Preparation of weekly budgets, i.e. preparation of actual cash overview and budgeted payments for the following week
  • Management of Purchasing and cash sales

Qualifications for the Accounting Job

  • A university degree in Accounting / Finance Business
  • CPA K
  • At least 2 years of practical experience in a busy commercial organization
  • Ability to work in a team as well as independent
  • Proficient with Sage Pastel
  • Ability to work in a fast pace environment
  • Analytical skills desirable

Candidates who are residing in Naivasha are encouraged to apply.

To Apply:

If you believe your career objectives match this exciting position, please forward your application and detailed C.V stating your current position, remuneration, contact details by 15th May 2017 to the Sheer Logic Management Consultants E- Mail: sheerlogictalentsourcing@gmail.com clearly marking – “Accountant- Naivasha”

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Our Client is an Equal opportunity employer.

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