Accounts Assistant at NAS Airport Services

On Monday, July 21st, 2014

A leading Company is looking to fill the position of an Accounts Assistant.

Reporting to the Cost Accountant, the successful candidate will be responsible for;

Daily Duties

  • Updating the schedules for daily item figures and daily item distribution figures
  • Updating the 3 day item cost and distribution
  • Preparation of ad hoc reports on request by different line managers – sensitivity analysis, costing for imported goods etc
  • Creation of new item codes in the electronic system
  • Analysis of purchase invoices to ensure correctness of the codes, units and prices
  • Policing of the electronic database to ensure no duplication of items are created
  • Checking on cost prices of raw materials and creation of codes

Month-end Duties

  • Monthly reports – activity, revenue, monthly item cost and sales analyses
  • Quarterly technical stock take and investigation of variances, correction and subsequent closure
  • Bond stock take and variance analysis and correction
  • Zeroization of stock items in non-stock locations and cost sheet generation 
  • Month-end closure of branch final month-end adjustments
  • General ledger account analysis as assigned
The position is challenging and calls for a dynamic, confident, aggressive and forward thinking person with the following attributes;
  • Holder of a bachelors degree in finance or accounting 
  • Holder of CPA Part 2
  • Three years progressive experience in a similar position
  • Good analytical skills with attention to detail
  • Ability to work without supervision and achieve goals beyond set indicators.
  • Excellent oral communication and listening skills and a high standard of work performance.
If you feel that you are up to the challenge, submit your detailed CV indicating your current and expected remuneration on or before 1st August 2014 to [email protected]
Clearly indicate the position on the email subject.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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