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Under IFC 3.0 realignment, the Budget and Business Administration Department (CBA) comprises the IFC Management Secretariat, Reports & Analytics, Facility & Administration functions as well as Finance and Strategic Partnerships (CBAFP) comprising IFC’s Budget and Finance Network supporting its operations and corporate clients.
Background / General description:
The Resource Management Unit of the Sub-Saharan Africa Region (CBAAF) is responsible for business planning, budgeting, work programming, deliverables reporting, and financial reporting for all the offices in Sub-Saharan Africa Region (CAF) Region. In the country offices, CBAAF staff perform accounting, payment processing, cash management and administration functions. Overall, CBAAF services Country Office (CO) staff on all aspects of WBG CO Policies and Procedures through establishing cost efficiency and effective controls over all financial transactions, and provides support for effective management.
IFC Nairobi is recruiting a Finance Assistant who will be responsible for country office accounting, financial controls, monthly reporting, bank reconciliation, payroll and related activities for the Kenya country office. Based in Nairobi, Kenya, the Finance Assistant has a double reporting line to 1) the Africa Department Head of Finance, based in Johannesburg, and 2) the Country Manager based in Nairobi. S/he will work closely with the Country Manager, Investment Officers, Program Managers for Advisory Services programs (advisory services), as well as with colleagues from the finance function across the Sub-Saharan (CAF) region.
Duties and Accountabilities: Payments & Accounting
IFC values diversity and encourages all qualified candidates who are nationals of IFC member countries to apply, regardless of gender, gender identity, religion, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or disability. Sub-Saharan African nationals, Caribbean nationals, and female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
Interested and qualified? Go to International Finance Corporation (IFC) career website on www.ifc.org to apply