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May 212017
 


PRI is looking for a Chief Accountant for a restaurant based in Nairobi with the following features:

Responsibilities:

  • Produce error-free accounting reports and present their results
  • Analyze financial information and summarize financial status
  • Spot errors and suggest ways to improve efficiency and spending
  • Provide technical support and advice on Management accountant
  • Review and recommend modifications to accounting systems and procedures
  • Prepare financial statements and produce budget per schedule
  • Assist with tax audits and tax returns
  • Direct internal and external audits to ensure compliance

Skills:

  • A Degree in Accounting/Finance
  • Proven experience as a chief accountant, preferably having working in a restaurant.
  • Awareness of business trends
  • Familiarity with financial accounting statements
  • Experience with general ledger functions and the month-end/year-end close process
  • Hands-on experience with accounting software packages
  • Advanced MS Excel skills including Vlookups and pivot tables
  • Accuracy and attention to detail
  • Aptitude for numbers and quantitative skills

Send your CV to: infomoza@priconsultants.com

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