Parker Randall Finance Manager

Parker Randall Eastern Africa is a member firm of Parker Randall International. We offer professional services in Audit, Tax and Advisory across Africa.

The firm is committed to deliver quality services through highly integrated global methodologies and adherence to professional standards.

The Eastern Africa Practice has its regional office in Nairobi, Kenya.

We seek to recruit for the position of Finance Manager based in the Nairobi office but with limited travel to the regional offices.

Key Responsibilities:

Effectively manage the Finance function in the firm:

  • To manage the firm’s financial affairs, including statutory obligations together with long-term financial projections;
  • To ensure that the most efficient and effective financial control systems and reporting mechanisms are in place;
  • To prepare and present all financial reports required at the executive level including daily reports, weekly report, monthly reports, quarterly management accounts and projections and other relevant reports, in consultation with the CEO and other service units, for presentation to the Board of Directors;
  • To prepare the year-end financial accounts for audit and to liaise with the Auditors prior to sign-off;
  • To process salary payments and records; PAYE, NHIF, NSSF in accordance with labor laws requirements;
  • To oversee all tax matters looking at efficient ways of reducing tax liability and keeping abreast of current legislation;
  • To deal with the firm’s bank in respect of payments and receipts, foreign currency rate and currency hedging negotiations. To ensure that all bank accounts and credit card statements are regularly reviewed and reconciled;
  • To efficiently manage all external contracts and ensure that all the firm’s expenditure is correctly authorized and accounted for;
  • To ensure the overall smooth running of the firm’s internal administration and its cost-effectiveness;
  • To ensure that appropriate policies are in place with regard to procurement and tendering processes to secure the best deals for the firm from service providers;
  • To maintain a risk register;
  • To ensure that the firm’s legal responsibilities are met, in particular that all necessary insurances are properly in place.

Accounting and Finance
Updated: April 18, 2017 — 8:28 pm