General Manager, Finance, Treasury and Trade

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Company:National Oil Corporation of Kenya
Category:Accounting & Finance
Job Type:Permanent

Job details

Key Responsibilities
  • Developing and implementing the Company’s Finance and Trading strategies;
  • Championing the business process improvement and continuity agenda for the Company by enhancing and optimizing the processes for existing products and services to ensure all times efficient, effective and competitive; 
  • Ensuring that the Company’s interests are adequately covered through insurance to minimize exposure to losses; 
  • Overseeing preparation of the Company’s annual budget and final accounts; 
  • Ensuring that Finance and Trade departments are consistent with the Company’s best practices;
  • Overseeing implementation of day-to-day activities of oil trading;
  • Overseeing the development, utilization, and maintenance of models to evaluate oil trading opportunities;
  • Securing funding for the Company’s activities at the most competitive rates;
  • Monitoring the performance of the Company’s liabilities such as leases, insurance summaries, contingencies and loan expectations;
  • Monitoring the annual financial budget and submitting performance reports to the Board and management;
  • Ensuring revenue assurance, disbursements, accounting and reporting;
  • Designing and ensuring compliance and adherence to company policies, procedures and systems and statutory requirements; 
  • Coaching, mentoring and developing the finance team and ensuring excellent performance and effective succession planning in the Department.
Academic Qualifications
• Master’s degree in Business Administration, Strategic Management, Finance, Accounting or any business field or equivalent.
• Bachelors’ degree in Finance, Commerce, or other related field
Professional Qualification
• At least 12 years’ relevant experience, 5 of which should have been at a senior management level in Finance;
• Proven intellectual leadership in managing people, operations and financial resources;
• Proven ability to think strategically and design long term plans;
• Strong supervision, coaching and mentoring skills; • Strong organizational and coordination skills; and
• Well-developed analytical and problem solving skills.
Candidates will be required to satisfy the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya on leadership and integrity, and are thus required to submit clearance certificates from the following institutions together with the job application:
1. Kenya Revenue Authority (Tax Compliance Certificate)
2. Higher Education Loans Board 
3. Ethics & Anti - Corruption Commission
4. Criminal Investigation Department (Certificate of Good Conduct)
5. Report from an approved Credit Reference Bureau (CRB)
Evidence of on-going clearance is admissible subject to satisfactory results (presentation of a clearance certificate from the above institutions) before the selection process.
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Accounting & Finance National Oil Corporation of Kenya 10 months ago