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Financial Controller Wanted Urgently
Naija Jobs Daily: Financial Controller Wanted Urgently
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Financial Controller Wanted Urgently
Applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified candidates into the following vacant position:
? Preparation monthly accounts of a strategic business unit (SBU)
? Budget preparation and monitoring, Banking and treasury management/reconciliation
? Liaising and coordinating branch account
? Preparation and reporting of balance sheet
? Controlling receivables and effecting payables etc.
Qualification and Experience/Competences:
? A chartered accountant with a minimum of six (6) years post-qualification cognate experience.
? Be computer literate and conversant with computer-based accounting package
? Possess knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards (I.F.R.S).
? Be self-driven, goal-driven and a team player.
Method of Application
Qualified candidate should send their application and C.V to: P. O. BOX 35, Marina, Lagos Not later than seven days after this publication. Note: only short listed candidate will be considered
Construction Project Manager at a Shopping Mall Construction
Vacancy for an experience and qualified Construction project manager preferably with a background in
Construction Engineering to supervise construction of a 5000sqm shopping mall in Lekki, Lagos.
Suitable candidates must have similar proven experience.
Typical duties to be performed include:
1. Maintain project secretariat.
2. Prepare and maintain adherence to an overall program of works.
3. Track performance of all dependencies to the overall program.
4. Ensure on time availability of all required information from consultants and from contractors and all specialists.
5. Ensure adherence to quality and specifications by contractors alongside the consultants.
6. Prepare and distribute minutes of meetings.
7. Document all site instructions and variations and additional works.
8. Prepare procurement schedules in conjunction with the consultants.
9. Track and follow up delivery of all procurements.
Method of Application
Interested parties should send CV including last 3 months pay slip and passport photograph by email to:firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Job Vacancies at Seven-Up Bottling Company
create a work environment that helps employees to reach their potential through systematic talent management. In turn, our people give value to the business.
We need people who are engaged, equipped and empowered. Our enlightened approach to employee development focus on giving people whatever they need to succeed: be it a virtual assistant or talent transformation sabbaticals; expert guidance or fast track growth; inner peace or democratic empowerment.
SBC is committed to give Support, Knowledge, Recognition, Empowerment, and Transformation to its employees.
Seven-Up Bottling Complay Plc is recruiting to fill below positions:
Job Opportunity in a Christian Faith University
The duties of the Chief Accountant include:
(1) Preparation of annual financial statements and any other periodicfinancial and management reports as may be required.
(2) Preparation of periodic bank reconciliation statements.
(3) Identifying and implementing process improvements and operational efficiencies.
(4) Developing and maintaining good relations with banks, tax authorities, and other parties with whom the university has to relate.
(5) Keeping proper records of all financial transactions.
(6) Managing the payroll.
(7) Managing the short-term and long-term financial and non-financial assets of the university.
(8) Receiving and recording students' fees and other payments made to the university.
(9) Identifying and implementing processes that would ensure minimal indebtedness to the university.
(10) Ensuring the smooth running of the computerized accounting system.
(11) Establishing job standards for subordinate staff and effectively evaluating their performance.
(12) Preparing, analyzing, and monitoring the university's budget.
(13) Preparing status reports to aid effective budgetary control
(14) Ensuring that all financial transactions follow approved financial guidelines.
(15) Suggesting financial policies, procedures and guidelines.
(16) Advise the university on all financial matters.
Candidate should have:
Governance Officer at Oando
. Act as the responsible relationship manager for all corporate secretariat & compliance matters for at least one designated business entity/unit and at least one jurisdiction of the Group's operation.
. Be responsible for the processes of policy development, improvement, management & provision of guidance to employees, managers and other verticals on the application of company policy in all situations.
. Be responsible for all Corporate Secretarial & Compliance aspects of corporate transactions & other special projects such as acquisitions, corporate restructuring or other strategic transactions of the Group.
. Implement the Group's document and records management procedures in managing statutory and legal requirements, and processing of all company statutory records and administer the Blueprint Corporate Database.
. As part of financial management function, provide input to budget preparation and monitoring in alignment with financial targets of the unit.
. Work on other special projects as may be assigned by the CCO & CS from time to time.
In addition each Officer is required to hold primary responsibility for at least two of the following sub-items below at any point in time:
. Execute/Project Manage all Governance Office Projects and special engagements initiated by the Board/Committees within the Unit or in conjunction with external consultants.
. Act as key liaison with the Local Content Monitoring & Development Board and Project Manage Oando's obligations in respect of Compliance with the provisions of the Act.
. Co-ordinate and Project Manage the Sustainability Reporting for the Group and its operating entities.
. Be responsible for the organization and management of all statutory meetings (Board/ General Meetings), and business meetings including preparation of all preliminary documents and post-meeting requirements in accordance with the Governance Office Service Level Agreements (SLAs).
. Be responsible for taking and drafting Board Minutes, statutory reports, resolutions and other documentation to assist with the decision making process of the Board and the implementation of Board decisions.
. Effectively coordinate all matters relating to Directors' induction and on-going training.
. Strengthen the corporate compliance function through identification & implementation of required improvements in the compliance program design, induction and training of employees and business partners and the preparation of Ethics Watch and other compliance communication tools.
. Be primarily responsible for drafting, collating and preparing non-financial information across the Group for Oando plc's annual report in compliance with all statutory requirements.
. Manage client/auditor relationship and effectively communicate key audit recommendations to managers, working together to identify problems and find creative solutions to them.
. Manage stakeholder relationships with regulatory and government agencies, shareholders, registrars, local and international organizations and other key stakeholders in keeping with the company's communication guidelines and standards and fulfill all of the company's reporting and continuing obligations to these bodies/agencies
. Be responsible for conducting due-diligence and vetting of all business partners across their various jurisdictions of operation. Assess risk and prepare due-diligence reports on suitability of vendors for business engagement.
. Be responsible for monitoring internal and external compliance with the Group's Procurement policies by documenting bid openings, tenders board meetings and conducting initial investigations on any allegations of breach of process.
. Monitor compliance with the Group's internal compliance policies and EHSSQ policies and procedures. Advise on sanctions for breach of Compliance and EHSSQ policies and procedures.
. Conduct periodic audits to monitor and track compliance of the Oando Group and its subsidiaries with external rules, laws & regulations and prepare periodic reports to senior management and the Board of Directors.
Key Performance Indicators:
. Process turnaround measured against Service Levels
. Effectiveness of document management and accessibility of corporate information
. Level of Compliance by organisation with all local and international regulatory requirements
. Demonstrated cost-savings from improved compliance and entity management practices
. Customer satisfaction levels.
. Quality of service delivery
. A good University degree;
. Minimum of 3 years experience of legal, compliance or corporate secretarial work, 2 of which should be in a legal/ compliance department of a large private Company, a public-listed Company or in a reputable professional firm;
. Strong & Effective Business Communication and drafting skills (Verbal & Written);
. Excellent Communication Skills;
. Legal analytical & strong problem solving skills
. Commercial insight and practical approach to resolving issues and executing projects.
. Knowledge of Corporate Law and Securities Regulations in Nigeria
. Oil & Gas Industry History and Dynamics
. Experience of local and international Statutory and Regulatory bodies governing Companies generally and those operating within the Oil & Gas Industry
. Ability to plan and execute multiple assignments under pressure.
. Client Relationship Management
. Change Management
. Financial numeracy and analytical skills
. Creativity & Innovation
. Oral & Written Communication
. PC Utilization
. Strong Attention to detail
Executive Position in a Leading Name in the Pharmaceutical Industry
Our client is a leading name in the pharmaceutical industry in Nigeria. It is being restructured for strategic repositioning needs
the services of an Indian- whether currently residing in Nigeria or in India as the General Manager/Chief Operating Officer (C.O.O) to drive a highly result-oriented turn-around Management team.
We are looking for an exceptional candidate with cognate experience, male, age between 40years to 50 years, married and have knowledge of the business terrain in Nigeria in the pharmaceutical industry. He shall be accountable for creating, managing and enhancing the company overall corporate goals at strategic level of developing strategies, policies for the company integration and synergy on general administration. He will fill the following role and will be reporting directly to the Board of Directors:
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Provide direction in the development and implementation of the company policies and organizational structure.
Monitors and controls the Budget ofthe company.
Implement robust scalable and customized policies and procedures supported by active monitoring and compliance management systems for sustainability across the company.
Liaises with govemment agencies through the relevant Head of department reporting to you to maintain a cordial relationship with them with a view to getting support when and if required.
Guarantee the realization of all stakeholders in the company project.
Ensure safe and conducive social environment in the company.
Coordinates and facilitates the Group's expansion and development efforts by supporting the various units in the company are implementing their relevant roles.
Carry out other functions that shall be assigned to him by the Board ofDirectors.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
Good command of English language.
A Masters degree in social sciences and a degree in pharmacy is an added advantage.
Membership of relevant professional bodies.
Minimum of 12-18 years cogent experience, at least 10 years of which should be at Executive Management level.
Working knowledge of organizational structure in this industry.
Good knowledge of ethical and statutory issues in the pharmaceutical industry in Nigeria.
Method of Application
If you are qualified and interested in the position above. please send in your resume (as an attachment) stating the relevant code as the subject of the e-mail. Applicants from outside Lagos Nigeria should state their SKYPE ADDRESS. Applications should be submitted not later than one (1) week from the date of this publication via e-mail to:
email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
No other format of application will be accepted. Please, note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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