Accountant – Treasury X1 – Lusaka

The Citizens Economic Empowerment Commission a Body Corporate
established under the Citizens’ Economic Empowerment Act No. 9
of 2006 to enhance broad-based economic empowerment, foster
citizens’ economic ownership, control and management of
economic resources, as well as to promote economic empowerment
of targeted citizens is inviting applications from suitably
qualified Zambians to fill the following position:

Reports to: The Finance & Budget Manager, the
Accountant Treasury will have the primary responsibility for
accounting for and preparing financial statements on the
Citizens Economic Empowerment Fund (CEEF), as well as for the
Commission’s equity positioning and money market transactions.

The Accountant Treasury will also operate the dealing window of
the Commission.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Accountant – Treasury X1 – Lusaka
  • Prepare, examine, and analyze accounting records, financial
    statements, and other financial reports related to the CEEF and
    the Commission’s equity positioning and money market investment
    transactions, in order to assess accuracy, completeness, and
    conformance to reporting and procedural standards.
  • Compute taxes owed and prepare tax returns, ensuring
    compliance with payment, reporting and other tax requirements
    related to the CEEF and the Commission’s equity positioning and
    money market investment transactions.
  • Analyze business operations, trends, costs, revenues,
    financial commitments, and obligations, to project future
    revenues and expenses or to provide advice related to the CEEF
    and the Commission’s equity positioning and money market
    investment transactions.
  • Report to management regarding the financing of the CEEF
    and the Commission’s equity positioning and money market
    investment transactions.
  • Establish charts of accounts, and assign entries to proper
    accounts for the CEEF and the Commission’s equity positioning
    and money market investment transactions.
  • Develop, maintain, and analyze budgets, preparing periodic
    reports that compare budgeted costs to actual costs related to
    the CEEF and the Commission’s equity positioning and money
    market investment transactions.
  • Optimizing Information Communication Technologies, develop,
    implement, modify, and document recordkeeping and accounting
    systems related to the CEEF and the Commission’s equity
    positioning and money market investment transactions.
  • Prepare forms and manuals for accounting and bookkeeping
    personnel, and direct their work activities related to the CEEF
    and the Commission’s equity positioning and money market
    investment transactions.
  • Monitor CEEF operations to ascertain accounting needs and
    to recommend, develop, and maintain solutions.
  • Advice Management about issues such as resource
    utilization, tax strategies, and the assumptions underlying
    budget forecasts related to the CEEF and the Commission’s
    equity positioning and money market investment transactions.
  • Facilitate internal and external auditing activities
    related to the CEEF and the Commission’s equity positioning and
    money market investment transactions.
  • Investigate bankruptcies and other complex financial
    transactions and prepare reports summarizing the findings.
  • Appraise, evaluate, and inventory real property and
    equipment, as well as undertake business valuations in relation
    to managing the CEEF and equity positioning, recording
    information such as the property’s description, value, and
    location.
  • Analyze and anticipate the Commission’s need for cash to
    ensure that adequate funds are available when needed.
  • Prepare plans for the provision of such funds and make
    recommendations concerning the sources of such funds.
  • Establish and maintain systems and procedures for
    monitoring the Commission’s daily inflow and outflow of cash.
  • Assist in managing the Commission’s relationship with local
    and overseas banks and other financial institutions.
  • Establish and maintain efficient banking arrangements
    necessary for the management of Commission balances and other
    funds.
  • Monitor prices available on banking products and services.
  • Assisting in carrying out the bank’s settlements function.
  • Monitoring position balances.
  • Identify and establish hedge positions to mitigate against
    risk positions.

Qualifications and Skills

  • Grade 12 certificate
  • Full ACCA/CIMA/CA Zambia or equivalent accounting
    qualification;
  • Member of ZICA;
  • At least 5 years’ experience producing financial statements
    and facilitating internal and external audits;
  • Working knowledge of Pastel Evolution software will be an
    added advantage;
  • Advanced financial analysis and risk management skills;
  • Knowledge of money market instruments and experience with
    dealing will be a clear advantage.

How to Apply

Interested candidates meeting the above profiles should submit
application letters enclosing the Curriculum Vitae and copies
of the academic and professional certificates to the following
addres:

The Director General Citizens Economic Empowerment Commission,

6457 Los Angeles Boulevard Longacres,

PO Box 35068,

Lusaka.

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