Contract Duration: Indefinite | Location: Nairobi, Kenya | Pay Band: 9 | Contract terms: Locally appointed | Closing date: 14 February 2020 at 23.59 (UK time)
Regional Commercial Finance Manager Sub Saharan Africa (SSA)
The location for this role is Nairobi Kenya; candidates are expected to have pre-existing rights to live and work in Kenya at the time of application. Some travel may be required but it is not expected to be significant. Our preference is to have a successful candidate working in the region, close to the business and based in Nairobi.
This senior leadership role is business critical and is expected to provide financial leadership focussed on delivering a sustainable and commercially successful contracts business. The successful job holder will be required to work closely with the regional leadership team to provide commercial insights and management information to support decision-making. The Commercial Finance role supports the team in:
Drafting Commercial proposals
Preparing accurate costing models
Being the custodian for the financial resources of donor funding, ensuring that contracts are accounted for and reported accurately and that they pass internal and external scrutiny.
Contract management, commercial acumen, senior stakeholder management and demonstrable track record of success are required in this role.
What we require of the successful candidate:
Please refer to the role profile for a full list of the role responsibilities/accountabilities and person specification which can be found by following the link below.
If you feel that you are suitable and would like to be considered for this role, please apply by 23:59 UK time on the 14 February 2020 using the details provided within the advert on the British Council Jobs portal.
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