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Oct 192017
 

Organization: Crown Agents USA
Country: Zambia
Closing date: 17 Nov 2017

Role and Responsibilities:

  • Manage financial reporting, accounts payable, billing of services to vendors and managing accounts receivable, cash management, tax management and budgeting.
  • Assist in the preparations of presentations, reports and/or documents for key stakeholders.
  • Communicate and coordinate with various departmental units, including Crown Agents Project, Finance and Information Services, will be required.
  • Handle all administrative and logistical task for the office with a primary focus to support the Chief of Party.
  • Handle all administrative and logistical task for the office with a primary focus to support the Chief of Party.
  • Support other administrative tasks as assigned.

Basic Qualifications

  • Knowledge of full range of MS Office applications with advance excel skills.
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task and complete projects deadline
  • Accuracy and attention to detail
  • Ability to take initiative and work independently
  • Excellent communication skills and experience with business writing
  • Ability to use office technology such as copiers and scanners
  • Interest in CA-USA’s mission and enthusiasm to contribute and learn

Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Business.
  • CPA or equivalent preferred
  • Experience working in a fast-paced office environment highly preferred

Computer Skills

  • Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, particularly in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
  • Experience with at least one accounting computer system and country local accounting standards.

Must be authorized to work in Zambia for any employer.

How to apply:

https://chj.tbe.taleo.net/chj06/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=CROWNAGENTSUSA&cws=37&rid=3290

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