Under the supervision of the CFO, s/he will manage receipting, student financial services, and centralized accounts receivable systems for the school. S/he will manage and coordinate the activities of staff engaged in keeping complete books of tuition fees and other receipts for the schools.
Custody and maintenance of books of accounts and accountable documents;
Ensure proper fees records are kept at all times and requisite meal receipts etc are issued correctly.
Ensuring a proper paper trail for each transaction is kept Developing management mechanism of school’s resources & statutory compliance.
Planning and evaluating cost reduction measures Managing, evaluating, accounting systems for the school Constant check on possible fraud and errors;
Working with auditors in ensuring accountability Preparation and monitoring of school’s budget Developing working relations with professionals e.g. bankers, auditors
Prepare requisitions for different requirements of the school Safeguarding the school assets by providing proper coding and records
Supervising of all non-teaching and subordinate staff under him/her Preparing regular financial reports as instructed from time to time.
KCSE with at least grade ‘C’ aggregate or Division II with a minimum of C+ in English and Mathematics
Certified Public Accountants (CPA) Kenya finalist or in possession of any other recognized qualification equivalent to CPA (Kenya)
Bachelor degree in Commerce, Accounting, Finance, Economics or a combination of any or any other degree will be an added advantage
At least 3 years’ experience in the accounting practice in a school or any other public or private institution will be an added advantage
Must be conversant with Quick books.
How To Apply
Send application letter and CV to [email protected] not later than 20th February, 2021. Only those shortlisted shall be contacted. You are encouraged to attach your resume in PDF format to protect formatting.