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Finance Analyst Reference No: 2335914699

Moka, Mauritius
The world’s leading health and security services company. We are in the business of saving and protecting lives, when involved in health or security situations. More than 12,000 multi-cultural health, security and logistics experts stand by to provide support and assistance from over 1,000 locations in 90 countries.The role of the Finance Team is to provide a high quality financial service to ensure business performance is optimized. The Finance business unit is responsible for the management of all financial aspects of the Africa business operations including the medical assistance centre, the flight desk and all other related activitiesThe role of the cluster focussed Analyst is to communicate insight to influence decision makers at all levels of the Region objectively. The cluster focussed Analyst will provide business and support functions within the cluster with information that is relevant and will play a central role in analysing the impact of proposed decisions on preserving or creating value for the company. The Analyst is expected to be trustworthy business partner to the business and to act as the custodian of all financial data and financial systems in use within the cluster. Canddidate must be able to break a complex topic or substance into smaller parts to gain a better understanding of it.• Proven working experience in Business Analysis, post-graduation preferred, with strong background in management accounting/business management.• Multinational Company experience in a fast pace service environment.• CIMA (preferred).• Bachelor in Accounting / Management Accounting. 
Salary: Negotiable

Regional Tax Manager Africa Reference No: 1682793774

Moka, Mauritius
The world’s leading medical & travel security services company operating from over 1000 locations in 90 countries with more than 11,000 multi-cultural medical, security and logistics experts. The Regional Tax Manager (“Regional TM”) is a key member of the African Regional Financial Leadership Team and is accountable for regional tax planning, compliance, and reporting. In addition, the Regional TM will provide regional tax support to finance projects as well as being an integral part of the Group Tax function in relation to global, regional and cluster level projects within the African region. ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Education: · Chartered Accountant / CPA or equivalent designation. · Tax advisory experience obtained within a Big 4 practice. · Higher degree or qualification in taxation. · Extensive understanding and experience dealing with tax regimes across the African region. · Minimum of 8 years tax advisory expertise within one of the Big 4 tax practices (ideally with 2 years corporate tax experience). · Experience in a multi-national organization, ideally obtained within a professional services industry. · Experience and exposure to transfer pricing issues within the context of a multi-national group. Excellent English, French preferable   Key Responsibilities  Tax Reporting and Compliance Management of the tax compliance affairs of the Africa region, including: Implementation of appropriate internal control frameworks and systems to improve transfer pricing compliance within the Region. This responsibility includes management of local tax filing positions and transfer pricing audits. Accountable for tax accounting within the region, which includes the preparation and maintenance of consolidated tax computations (inclusive of deferred tax computations) for each legal entity within the African cluster as well as preparation of tax related reconciliation that support the accounting records of all legal entities within the African region. Management of external advisor relationships in respect of tax services within the African region, which includes fee negotiations and management of advisor costs within allocated budget limits. Maintenance and enforcement of tax policies and procedures within the Region. Tax Advisory and Planning Act as the primary tax contact and advisor to all legal entities falling under the auspices of the African region. Supports the Regional Chief Financial Officer – Africa in managing tax matters within the African region. Provide tax advisory services and support to business operations within the African region. Principle contact person for communication with tax authorities on audit and other tax queries within the Region. Accountable to manage relationships with various tax authorities across the Region. Contribute to ensure that the most appropriate legal, funding and tax structure for the African region are implemented and maintained. Tax Strategy Drive the implementation of the Group’s tax strategy within the African region. Monitor and mitigate tax risks facing the business operations within the African region. Identifying opportunities for further enhancement and development of the tax strategy and function. Identify opportunities to optimise the effective tax rate within the African region. Continuous Improvement · Continuously review work processes to ensure efficient workflow to maximize efficiency and quality of information flow. · Lead or implement new projects as necessary from time to time. Occupational Health & Safety Responsibilities ·Work safely to protect themselves and others from injury. · Report any work hazards. Everyone in the workplace shares this responsibility equally. · Undertake all mandatory training as required. · Obey all health and safety procedures including correctly wearing all PPE provided. · Report any workplace injury, illness or near misses. It is important to notify supervisors or employers of all injuries, no matter how insignificant they seem. · Get to know emergency procedures and the location of the first aid kit and AED. · Ask questions to check or clarify any issues relate to OH&S training, tasks or any issue that may affect safety in the workplace.      
Salary: Negotiable

Data Analyst Reference No: 2610830765

Stellenbosch, South Africa
  Position Title: Systems Performance Analyst Department: Operations Maintenance Reports To: Head of O&M Responsibilities: Analyze the performance of solar photovoltaic systems (commercial rooftops, solar farms, off-grid); identify under- performing areas and sub-systems, provide an understanding of system behavior Develop key performance indicators (KPIs) and reports to share with clients Develop automated diagnostic tools to flag underperforming systems Assist with the maintenance and development of data collection and archival systems Interface with other personnel in Operations and Maintenance, Engineering and Manufacturing to provide continuous improvements to the company’s designs and processes Maintain documentation including software and database reference manuals Adhere to all environmental, health and safety rules and company policies Complete other duties and projects as assigned Qualifications and Experience: Minimum 1-2 years plus work experience in energy systems and performance Engineering degree (electrical or software or similar) Working knowledge of a programming language and SQL an asset Extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel) Excellent communication skills and an ability to write clear, concise reports Strong work ethic, positive team attitude and able to work in a fast-paced environment Knowledge of renewable energy systems, understanding of applied simulation systems Excellent written and verbal communication skills  
Salary: Negotiable

O&M Engineer Reference No: 3472915278

Nairobi, Kenya
O&M ?echnician/Engineeí Permanent (3/4months in Kenya, 2 months in SA) Our company is a leading EPC and O&M provider with an extensive solar PV project track record throughout Southern & East Africa. Our dedicated team of solar experts is quickly growing, and we are looking for a self-motivated, highly organized O&M Technician/Engineer to assist our engineering and O&M department effectively deploying and operating our power plants. The ideal candidate for this role will have 2 – 3 years of experience within the solar PV industry and will come highly recommended for their ability to work independently, analyse and interpret solar PV data. Not only will your operations and maintenance skills be off the charts. If you are the perfect candidate for this role, you will find yourself focusing most of your activities on the operations and maintenance of our solar PV plants across Kenya. You will be analyzing data from not only grid-connected solar PV plants but also off-grid and hybrid power plants. You will be based in Kenya. Where you will be monitoring the solar plants remotely and on standby if there is an emergency on one of the systems. If you are passionate about solar PV and storage, then this is the perfect role for you. Responsibilities: - Monitoring - O&M Administration - Technical Drawings, Works with AutoCad Requirements: · BTech in Electrical Engineering or similar qualification · Wiremans license · Must have AutoCad experience · Brilliant communication skills · Strong technical eye for detail · Ability to identify patterns and discrepancies · Solar PV monitoring tools and software is advantageous · Fluency in Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.) · Proficiency in the English language. Other languages are of advantage · Able to handle multiple sites & liaise with counterparties on site · Perseveres and remains focused on tasks until the desired objective is achieved, does not quit after meeting resistance or rejection, maintaining a constant level of positive energy · Ability to work as a key member of a small team  
Salary: Negotiable

Accounts Payable Reference No: 2489348998

Moka, Mauritius
  ­­­­The world’s leading medical & travel security services company operating from over 1000 locations in 90 countries with more than 11,000 multi-cultural medical, security and logistics experts. Overall Purpose Of The Job: Processing, reconciliation, payment and administration of supplier accounts relating to the Southern African cluster as well as the medical services center in Johannesburg, South Africa comprising of both South African and foreign suppliers. Handling and resolution of supplier queries, ensuring payment made within the required timeframes. Processing of rebill charges to other intercompany counter-parties. Key Requirements and Responsibilities: 3 to 4 years relevant experience preferably working for a multinational company with high volume of transactions. · Strong experience in complex supplier reconciliations. · Diploma in finance and/or accounting or ACCA level 2. Excellent MS Office skills, especially MS Excel skills and overall high computer literacy is an inherent requirement. Knowledge of accounting implications when dealing with different foreign currencies is a requirement. Attention to detail and data entry skills are important. High level of professionalism due to interactions with stakeholders internally and externally. Excellent communication skills with a English being an inherent requirement. Strong experience in complex reconciliations and high volumes of transactions. Supplier account management and reconciliation Ensure that invoices from ad-hoc (one-off suppliers) are received, processed, and paid in accordance with GAPP and within the timeframes agreed. Ensure that payments are matched to invoices and that sundry supplier accounts are reconciled and cleared monthly. Payment of Expense Claims Credit Card Payments. Accounting Provide input into the weekly, monthly, and quarterly cash flow forecast around supplier payments and expense reimbursements. Provide input into the budgeted cash flow forecasts. Required Skills and Knowledge (Brief description of technical knowledge or skills needed to perform the job) · Excellent MS Office skills, especially MS Excel skills and overall high computer literacy is an inherent requirement. · Knowledge of accounting implications when dealing with different foreign currencies is a requirement. · Attention to detail and data entry skills are important. · High level of professionalism due to interactions with stakeholders internally and externally. · Excellent communication skills with a English being an inherent requirement. · Strong experience in complex reconciliations and high volumes of transactions. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted within 7 working days.      
Salary: Negotiable

Accounts Payable Reference No: 2807335465

Moka, Mauritius
The world’s leading medical & travel security services company operating from over 1000 locations in 90 countries with more than 11,000 multi-cultural medical, security and logistics experts., requires an Accounts Payable person. Our global services include medical and risk planning, preventative programs, in-country expertise and emergency response for travellers, expatriates and their dependents of over 70 percent of the Fortune 500 companies. Processing, reconciliation, payment and administration of supplier accounts relating to the Southern African cluster as well as the medical services center in Johannesburg, South Africa comprising of both South African and foreign suppliers. Handling and resolution of supplier queries, ensuring payment made within the required timeframes. Processing of rebill charges to other intercompany counter-parties.  Requirements · Diploma in finance and/or accounting or ACCA level 2. · 3 to 4 years relevant experience preferably working for a multinational company with high volume of transactions. · Strong experience in complex supplier reconciliations. Excellent MS Office skills, especially MS Excel skills and overall high computer literacy is an inherent requirement. · Knowledge of accounting implications when dealing with different foreign currencies is a requirement.   Key Responsibilities · Review ERequestor submissions and ensure that invoices and transactions captured are coded in accordance with approved guidelines. · Review ERequestor submissions and ensure that invoices and transactions are approved in accordance with GAPP guidelines. · Import invoices from ERequestor into SUN and ensure completeness and validity of imported details. · Liaise with suppliers to obtain valid bank details to assist with bank account master file maintenance. · Initiate EFT Requisitions from the system and import onto the banking platform. · Ensure proper documentation management relating to supplier documentation in accordance with documentation management standards of International SOS. · Liaise with and resolve all account disputes with suppliers. · Ensure that the supplier terms both in terms of payment and discounts available are always complied with. · Ensure that reconciliations are performed monthly between supplier statements and supplier general ledger accounts for ALL suppliers and that reconciling items are followed up and cleared in a timely manner. · Ensure that supplier payments made monthly is properly allocated to relevant supplier accounts and cleared monthly. · Ensure that invoices from ad-hoc (one-off suppliers) are received, processed, and paid in accordance with GAPP and within the timeframes agreed. · Ensure that payments are matched to invoices and that sundry supplier accounts are reconciled and cleared monthly. · Review all expense claims loaded in eRequester and ensure coding is correct (including LE and SL allocation). · Review all expense claims loaded in eRequester and ensure that all claims are authorised in accordance with GAPP and supported by appropriate supporting documentation. · Ensure that original documentation is collected and filed in accordance with the document management standards of International SOS. · Ensure that expense reimbursements are made in accordance with period payment runs as communicated by the treasury team. · Ensure that all queries on expense claims are resolved in a timely manner. · Ensure credit card statements to be distributed to relevant stakeholders monthly. · Ensure that all statements are returned and properly authorised in a timely manner to facilitate timely processing and capturing of transactions. · Ensure all transactions are properly approved in accordance with the GAPP framework applicable to the African region. · Ensure that credit card statement is reconciled monthly to the credit card general ledger account and that all reconciling items are cleared monthly. · Ensure that relevant transactions as reflected on bank statements are captured in the accounting records in a timely manner. · Ensure that rechargeable expenditure is accounted for properly in the relevant rechargeable account. · Ensure that appropriate supporting documentation is provided to the financial accountant to support the transactions to be recharged. · Perform the approved travel agency reconciliation monthly and ensure that all charges reflected in the travel agency invoices are recharged to the correct counter party. · Provide input into the weekly, monthly, and quarterly cash flow forecast around supplier payments and expense reimbursements. · Provide input into the budgeted cash flow forecasts. · Work safely to protect themselves and others from injury. · Report any work hazards. Everyone in the workplace shares this responsibility equally. · Undertake all mandatory training as required. · Obey all health and safety procedures including correctly wearing all PPE provided. · Report any workplace injury, illness or near misses. It is important to notify supervisors or employers of all injuries, no matter how insignificant they seem. · Get to know emergency procedures and the location of the first aid kit and AED. · Ask questions to check or clarify any issues relate to OH&S training, tasks or any issue that may affect safety in the workplace.
Salary: Negotiable

Investment Specialist Reference No: 4209915898

Mapou, Mauritius
Investment Specialist The role, responsibilities and duties will be as follows but not limited to: Investment Committee Meetings ? Assisted by a team of investment analysts, prepare for and present at quarterly investment committee meetings for a growing range of sub-funds under a global umbrella scheme, currently 16 sub-funds. ? The feedback at a minimum to cover global macro-outlook, fund performance attribution review and fund positioning. ? Having considered the above providing recommendations for proposed changes, if applicable, to the committee for consideration and debate. ? Actively participating and leading the investment debate and discussion. ? Following through with the decisions taken to implement any changes required including review and authorisation of trade plans. Team Oversight ? Oversight of the Investment Analysts in the preparation of daily, monthly and quarterly investment reports to the manager and board of the umbrella. ? Ensuring that the tasks are equitably allocated amongst the team and leverage off the individual’s strengths whilst providing coaching and guidance as needed. ? Through active debate, engagement and coaching, improve the quality of output from the team. ? Implementing systems and processes to ensure consistency of output and quality of work produced by the team. ? Reviewing and approving trade plans. ? Oversight of placing the trades with brokers and settlement. Research ? Global macro-economic research to maintain an updated view. ? Fund performance attribution and identifying new funds and instruments for possible inclusion in portfolios. ? Preparing fund comparisons and back testing. ? Researching funds and individual securities. ? Researching and analysing companies, particularly in terms of their financial functioning and health. ? Analysing company accounts, profit and loss and cash flow information. ? Building valuation models to interpret complicated financial information. ? Writing financial research summaries. Business Development? Assist to identify new business opportunities. ? Preparation and presentation to potential clients and partners on investment proposals, process and philosophy. 
Salary: Negotiable

Regional Credit Control Manager Reference No: 2637779247

Moka, Mauritius
The world’s leading medical & travel security services company operating from over 1000 locations in 90 countries with more than 11,000 multi-cultural medical, security and logistics experts. The Regional Billing and Credit Control Manager is a key member of the African Regional Financial Leadership Team and is accountable for the governance and processes relating to billing, collections, and credit control across the African Region. The position needs to ensure that the African region consistently delivers on the major working capital KPI’s of the Group i.e., Collections %, AR over 60 days %, WIP, CIT and TBT. The role will work closely with various teams at both cluster and regional level in Africa as well as coordinate and monitor the services provided by the GSS team in KL. Required : · Minimum of 8 years’ experience managing a billing and credit control function within a multinational organization – Africa experience is a pre-requisite. · Proven success in developing high performing teams. · Proven experience in working in unstructured environments and process transformation that resulted in improved KPI’s · Finance qualification along with professional certification (CA, CPA, ACCA, AGMA). · Qualification in credit risk management will be advantageous. · English – Written and spoken – Excellent command · French / Portuguese – Highly desirable · Travel within the African region is required. · Occasional travel outside of the African region may be required. Key Responsibilities · Lead the Billing and Credit Control team across the African region and ensure that team members are continuously developed through active coaching, mentoring, and training. · Work closely with the regional CFO, cluster General Managers and CFO’s as well as other relevant stakeholders to drive initiatives that are designed to meet the African regional and cluster working capital KPI’s as defined. · Accountable for the completeness, accuracy, and timeliness of billing in line with KPI’s and policies and procedures of the Group. · Develop, implement, and monitor appropriate performance metrics and dashboards on the status of billing and credit control performance, which will serve as the basis on which pro-active corrective action can be taken. · Ensure that Group policies on Billing and Credit Control is embedded across the African region and through periodic monitoring activities ensure that full compliance to these policies are ensured. · Accountable for the identification, mitigation, and escalation of all credit risk across the African region. A consolidated schedule of potential credit risk needs to be always maintained and reported to the Regional Financial Controller, Africa and Regional CFO, Africa monthly for decisions to be taken as to the completeness of the African region doubtful debt provision. · Accountable to prepare and upload of the budgeted and forecasted KPI’s for the African region as per Group instructions and guidelines. · Accountable to provide collections forecasts as input into the African regional cash flow budget and forecast and to ensure that any deviation from the collection’s forecasts submitted are pro-actively communicated to the Regional Treasury Manager, Africa as well as the Region CFO, Africa. · Liaison with the GSS teams in KL on operational matters impacting billing and account allocations. · Lead/Contribute/Drive execution of transformation projects i.e. Project Benjamin and other projects that are aimed at improving the processes supporting the standardisation and execution of the billing and credit control functions across the African region. · Continuously review work processes to ensure efficient workflow to maximize efficiency and quality of information flow. Consider your application unsuccessful should you not be contacted within 7 working days.      
Salary: Negotiable

Regional Treasury Manager Reference No: 183796965

Moka, Mauritius
World’s leading medical & travel security services company operating from over 1000 locations in 90 countries with more than 11,000 multi-cultural medical, security and logistics experts. The Regional Treasury Manager is a key member of the African Regional Financial Leadership Team and is accountable for the governance and processes relating to cash flow, bank accounts, intercompany settlement, capital structures, cash optimisation and foreign currency risk management across the African Region. Requirements: · Minimum of 5 years’ experience managing a treasury function in Africa. · Proven experience in working in unstructured environments and process transformation that resulted in improved KPI’s · Finance qualification along with professional certification (CA, CPA, ACCA, AGMA). · Qualification in treasury management will be advantageous. · English – Written and spoken – Excellent command · French / Portuguese – Highly desirable · Travel within the African region is required. · Occasional travel outside of the African region may be required. Key Responsibilities : Budgeting and forecasting Bank accounts   Inter-company Capital structures Compliance Foreign exchange risk   Reporting ·Continuous improvement Occupational Health & Safety Responsibilities Please consider your application unsuccessful should you not be contacted within 7 working days.  
Salary: Negotiable

Senior Client Accountant : Trusts Reference No: 1649546301

Grand Baie, Mauritius
Senior Accountant  required for a a Global Advisory, Corporate and Trustee Firm operating in, Mauritius, the United Kingdom, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands and Hong Kong. Primarily OCS focuses on sophisticated and innovative solutions to the corporate and private sector.   Your main duties will include the following:   Preparation/Review of financial statements and Annual reports where applicable of companies in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), Companies Act and other relevant laws and codes. Preparation/Review of monthly, annual and interim management accounts for Trusts, Corporates (Mauritius, BVI and Cayman) and HNW individuals Preparation of quarterly abridged results for listed companies and liaise with the administration team to ensure results are released in a timely manner Preparation /Review of Income tax and other indirect tax computations Preparation of Annual tax returns, and effect electronic filing and payments on MNS platform Liaising with auditors and different regulatory and statutory bodies such as Financial Services Commission (FSC), Registrar of Companies (ROC) and Mauritius Revenue Authority (MRA) in view of tax and accounting related work. Ensure all relevant accounting and tax records are saved in a systematic order on the files as required under the Companies Act In charge of the migrating the trust services from PBO to Mauritius and actively involved in usage and documentation required on Troika Ensure adherence to all policies and internal control procedures Other accounting, tax and administrative related work as and when required Please consider your application unsuccessful should you not be contacted within 7 working days.          
Salary: Negotiable

Senior Financial Planning & Analyst role (ACCA L3) Reference No: 901630359

Richeterre, Mauritius
About the Senior Financial Planning & Analysis Analyst role This is an exciting opportunity for a person who is interested in furthering their career as a chartered accountant. This role will be ideal for a strong analytical individual who is passionate about financial strategy that in turn will be able to assist in making strategic decisions within the financial services business. The role requires you to perform an analytical role, with the strategic focus in mind, by analyzing current performance and determining whether the strategies in place are optimal to enhance the financial service business’ profitability. The Senior Financial Planning & Analysis Analyst is responsible for financial and strategic reporting to executives and driving company efficiencies in their understanding of the key business drivers. Who will you report to? The Finance Manager Required skills and qualifications ACCA Qualified chartered accountant based in Mauritius (LEVEL 3) Good computer literacy skills with a proficiency in MS Excel Oracle Hyperion advantageous Experience in the financial services industry is advantageous Minimum 8-years’ experience in a senior finance role What will you do? Budgeting Perform quarterly reforecasting and annual budgeting Monthly management of opex and capex against the latest forecast Prepare strategic medium to long term forecasts Benchmarking and competitor analysis Reporting Oversee monthly management accounts & executive reporting pack Assist in annual financial statements and external audit management Preparation of quarterly board packs Accounting and control Assist in efficient accounting function and effective financial reconciliations Manage service provider relationships, performance and terms Treasury and tax management Oversee the efficient management and reporting of bank accounts and facilities Drive funding efficiencies and ensure compliance with funding agreements Review and submission of annual tax returns Ensure quarterly tax payments enacted Governance Oversee secretarial/management company engagement across jurisdictions Various country credit and insurance regulatory reporting and compliance People and processes Manage, coach and mentor team members Communicate proactively and effectively across jurisdictions Benchmark processes and drive best practice Projects Assist in ad-hoc tasks and projects, which typically have a commercial focus and exposure to senior management Partner across functions and project team Required skills and qualifications Qualified chartered accountant based in Mauritius Good computer literacy skills with a proficiency in MS Excel Oracle Hyperion advantageous Experience in the financial services industry is advantageous Minimum 8-years’ experience in a senior finance role Consider that your application has not been selected after 7 working days.
Salary: Negotiable

Corporate Governance Officer Reference No: 3665224988

Port Louis, Mauritius
The Corporate Governance Officer (CGO) is accountable for the success of the company's corporate governance processes and procedures. The CGO is responsible for overseeing the planning, organizing, implementing and evaluation of best practice corporate governance processes and procedures in line with Group expectations. This is done through coordinating several functional deliverables, coordinating various corporate governance activities and giving operational level support.  Effective and efficient management of daily corporate governance operations;Effective and efficient provision and implementation of approved corporate governance policies, standards and procedures;Development and implementation of streamlined corporate governance processes, working practices and workflow proceduresBoard/Committee administration & coordinationProviding strategic corporate governance adviceKeeping up to date with any regulatory or statutory changes and policies that might affect the organization, ensuring that policies are up to date and are approved and provides support to the board or other committees on specific projectsAssist with company insurance policiesOverseeing general file management and performing other record-keeping functions pertaining to the maintenance and administration of various company informationGround Level Governance including implementation and evaluation of best ground level governance, office administration, processes, policies and procedures in line with the company’s frameworkImplementation and monitoring of approved policies, standards and proceduresSupport the Compliance Due Diligence exercises in relation to Investors requests.Company Secretarial functions including statutory across the Group Ensure that Fund and Fund Manager’s entities follow AML, Compliance regulatory and Investors requirements. Assures that all appropriate local regulations and investors’ compliance requirements are followed, andprovides consultative services to internal staff, stakeholders, and regulatory bodies, as necessary.Prepares regulatory compliance reports for management as and when requiredMaintenance of Statutory RegistersConduct KYC and due diligence reviews as and when requiredLiaise with Authorities and Auditors.Act as Deputy MLRO/ Deputy COAct as Data Protection (DP) Officer where applicable and overlook DP requirements and compliance to DP regulations in the jurisdictions applicable Keep updated Governance Frameworks and Schedules for all company  funds, programs and legal entities (entities), that put in place a system of structures, rights, duties, and obligations by which all the entities are directed and controlled.Up-to-date Governance Frameworks and Schedules for all company funds, programs and entities Coordinate the Group rhythm via a Combined Group Governance Calendar? Fluent in English and French? Previous company secretarial/paralegal experience preferred with at least 3 years of relevant experience working in a Company Administration/ Management Company and/or AML/CTF regulations. ? Good knowledge of regulatory requirements including those of the Companies Act 2001, AML/CFT Regulations, Financial Reporting Act and the Code of Corporate Governance of Mauritius? In process of being ICSA certified (preferred)   Consider your application unsuccessful should you not be contacted within 7 working days.  
Salary: Negotiable

Senior Systems Analyst Reference No: 2314670405

Rose Hill, Mauritius
Technical and process expert in the use of the ERP system Provide end-user support to the Finance team in the use of the ERP system Based in Mauritius   THE ROLE   The Senior Systems Analyst - ERP reports to the Group ERP Manager. The role will assist the Finance team in troubleshooting for ACCPAC and will provide assistance with the transition to the new Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations system (D365FO). Degree in information technology (IT) Knowledge of and experience in ERP Strong understanding and knowledge of the principles and practices associated with database maintenance and administration Strong communication and interpersonal skills Strong analytical skills Strong team player Strong interpersonal skills, including the demonstrated ability to effectively mentor and provide technical leadership to other team members Strong relationship management Ability to prioritise own workload, work independently and meet deadlines Must have at least 4 years of experience in ERP Experience in Sage Accounting Experience in the mining industry would be an advantage Experience on D365 Data entities, Finance & S/C, User Admin, PowerBI would be an advantage Ability and willingness to work flexible hours Ability and willingness to travel Execute EOM processes in ACCPAC Assist with data cutover from ACCPAC to the new D365FO Follow ERP systems lifecycle process: Document requirement, Analysis, Propose solution, Define acceptance test, Work with supporting stakeholders on deployment Responsible to support and deliver solutions to all of our departments, and requires a cross-functional understanding of business processes Maintain data integrity of financial information through monitoring transactions and reconciliation work Prepare reporting and variance analysis Develop reports in PowerBI Assist in budget process Develop cashflow forecasting model and maintain business plan models, budget v. actual reporting and analysis Work closely with various stakeholders to create recurring and ad hoc reports Contribute to ERP system implementation and to Business Improvement projects Other duties as required Consider your application unsuccessful should you not be contacted within 7 working days.    
Salary: Negotiable

Assistant Accountant Reference No: 1912120351

Rose Hill, Mauritius
Knowledge and skills required: v Bilingual in English and French – desirable v Previous experience with Accpac system - preferred v Intermediate to advanced Microsoft suite skills   Training and education required v Degree level relevant qualification or ACCA Level 2 v Minimum of three years’ similar experience v Experience in an international environment would be a definite advantage v Accounts Payable exp required!   Primary responsibilities v Check and process payment consolidations from operating entities of the group as per established procedures v Load payments for Head Office, and other entities if required v Post weekly and monthly bank recons v Process and settle invoices on the ERP system v Liaise with vendors on all queries as and when required v Post banking transactions on the ERP system daily v Review payment consolidations submitted to Head Office including: - verifying supporting documentation; - confirming the payment approvals comply with the Authority Matrix and the approved monthly cash plan; - raising queries; and - liaising with the local finance teams to resolve issues arising - Prepare payment consolidation for Head office, create beneficiary and load payment on banking portal v Daily payment status update – ensure maintenance and follow-up v Prepare supplier reconciliations for Head Office v Review supplier reconciliations for subsidiaries v Extract trial balances and general ledger listings as and when required on the ERP system v Perform ad-hoc/ accounting duties as requested by the head office accountant Consider your applciation unsuccessful should you not be contacted within 7 wortking days.    
Salary: Negotiable

Business Development Executive Reference No: 495023606

Accra, Ghana
Business Developer required for company that  provides a broad range of testing and analytical services to a wide variety of end markets and industries around the globe., situated in West Africa.  (Ghans, Ivory Coast or Burkina Faso. Responsible for expanding and growing new business, identify new clients to the Geochemistry West Africa region, building new long-term client relationships and maintaining existing clients. As an ambassador for the business in global markets, the BD Manager West will undertake both local and international travel focusing on meaningful interactions through client visits, potential conferences and trade shows.   The successful candidate would be: A Minimum of a tertiary qualification in Science, Engineering, Geology and extensive BD experience in a related field Must be able to speak, read and write fluently in both English and French Minimum 10 years’ experience in Laboratory processes, management, business development or customer services A background in either the mineral or the environmental analytical markets is highly desirable   New Business Development, Compliance and Risk Mitigation responsibilities Research and build relationships with new clients Keep abreast with new technology and changes within the industry Keeping up with current trends and identifying business growth opportunities Present to and consult with management on market trends and information feedback Prospect for potential clients and turn this into increased business Meet with current and potential clients by growing, leveraging and maintaining networks Participate in sample volume forecasting and budget planning Effectively build sustainable long-term client relationships on multiple levels (field, regional and head office) Develop a structured and effective marketing and client support strategy Close new business deals by coordinating requirements, developing and negotiating contracts, integrating contract requirements with business operations Supporting with the tendering process Liaise and build up strong relationships with the ALS global team to reinforce and support commercial and operational activities Attend industry functions, such as association events and conferences, and provide feedback and information on market and creative trends. Identify opportunities for campaigns that will lead to an increase in sales. Using knowledge of the market and competitors, identify and develop the company’s unique selling propositions and differentiators. Client Retention Meet existing clients to identify challenges and or additional requirements Work closely with internal colleagues to understand and meet client’s needs Arrange and participate in client debriefs Consider your application unsuccessful should you not be contacted within 7 working days.
Salary: Negotiable

Recruitment Assistant Reference No: 4000322588

Grand Baie, Mauritius
As Research/Recruitment Assistant, you will be responsible for the sourcing and attracting of potential candidates for suitable vacancies, for our client base accross all industies especially Renewable Energy, Finance, Mining and Hospitality The role entails: conducting market research on the position and client industries sourcing candidates from various job portals pre-screen and interview candidates administration and typing of CV's conduct background checks on candidates build and maintain long-lasting relationships with candidates both new and existing business development calls to clients do marketing to both clients and candidates The ideal candidate will: handle pressure be able tohave excellent written and verbal communication skills be well groommed and professional have attention to detail and a sense of urgency have own transport If you are not contacted within 7 working days, consider your application unsuccessful. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Salary: Negotiable

Office & Admin Manager Reference No: 2026213674

Richeterre, Mauritius
About the Office and Admin Manager role This is an exciting opportunity for a person who is interested in furthering their career as a dynamic office manager, and providing administrative and coordination support for the senior executives. This role will be ideal for a proactive and detail-orientated individual who is passionate about managing a professional office space, likes to get things done and has the empathy and focus to support the executives in this exciting fintech business. Where is this role based? The company’s offices is in Riche Terre, Mauritius. Who will you report to? Chief Executive Officer and Finance Director   What will you do? Manage the office facilities for the team of 60+ employees Ensure that all locations are always clean and hygienic and be responsible for the management of all sterile services, including managing the duties of the on-site cleaning contractor Oversee maintenance, shopping, supplies, equipment, bills, and errands Organise office operations and procedures Manage relationships with vendors, service providers, and landlord, ensuring that all items are invoiced and paid on time Manage contract and price negotiations with office vendors, service providers and office lease Analyse and track all monthly expenses against budget; continuously identify and drive cost saving initiatives Partner with HR to maintain office policies as necessary Coordinate with IT department on office equipment Responsible for the office asset register Occupational health and safety (OH&S), legislative compliance Ensure that all buildings and facilities meet all legislative requirements Take accountability to ensure all OH&S requirements are met and ensure that all adequate controls, policies and procedures are in place to ensure compliance with applicable law Conduct risk assessments and ensure mitigation initiatives are implemented accordingly Ensure that adequate fire wardens and health and safety representatives are in place and receive adequate training Assist in the execution of the business continuity plan Director administrative and coordination support Ensure that the office telephone is answered during working hours (8am to 5pm weekdays) or diverted after office hours Provide general welcome and support to visitors Manage quarterly and bi-annual conference preparations, including collation of presentations Board and conference minute taking and follow up Travel bookings (overseas flights and hotels through travel agent, local hotels directly) Coordination of board and conference catering, social events, taxi and restaurant arrangements, including communications with board directors Assist in planning and arranging of ad hoc events and functions Director email and diary management Organise and schedule meetings and appointments in Microsoft Outlook     Drafting communications, distribute reporting and meeting packs Liaise with company secretary / management company and related service providers New supplier take-on forms, purchase order capturing, receipting and related supplier queries Ensure documents requiring signature are executed by directors Manage and maintain filing, document management and maintain a structured filing system Create and improve PowerPoint presentations, as and when required Provide assistance with personal arrangements as and when required for executives General administrative requests   A little about who you are Strong interpersonal skills, verbal and written communication skills (fluent in French and English) Excellent planning, organisational, communication, and customer service skills Deadline driven with a high level of professionalism Natural multi-tasker with prioritising ability and ability to work well under pressure on own as well as within a team environment Tenacity and high attention to detail Initiative and sound judgement The ability to creatively solve problems Required skills and qualifications High School Certificate holder HR, Administrative and/or relevant tertiary qualification an added advantage MS Office with experience in preparing PowerPoint presentations and using Outlook Minimum 5-years’ experience as an Administrative / Office manager Experience gained within a Corporate Head Office or similar environment working for top level executives Holder of a valid Driver’s License
Salary: Negotiable

Management Consultant : Nutrition Reference No: 1889212648

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
We are seeking a Tech & Entrepreneurship associate based out of sub-Saharan Africa to support the company's portfolio of projects designed to make nutritious foods accessible and affordable. Background This company informs, supports, designs, and incubates evidence-based malnutrition solutions. With 30 years’ experience in advocacy for improved nutrition, incubating innovation, and convening the best minds in the field of food systems and nutrition. Translating nutrition science so that programs, policies, and participants are informed and effective. Building public–private partnerships, an underutilized mechanism in nutrition, which can accelerate the private sector’s engagement and maximize the impact of both the private and the public sector Developing viable business models that are profitable or sustainably subsidized and increase the availability and desirability of nutritious foods. Tasks and Responsibilities Assess value chain by deep diving into macro and micro industry trends, identify root causes, challenges, and solutions to improve accessibility and affordability of nutritious foods Conduct interviews with key stakeholders as necessary to fill gaps in implementation model, collect data points, and validate assumptions Synthesize clear takeaways and recommendations from complex information using both qualitative and quantitative methods Construct robust and comprehensive business and financial models for building and runningn such projects Plan, develop, and prepare compelling documents that can draw out meaningful insights from data and communicate them convincingly Aggregate data from the field; analyze, prepare and discuss regular project updates for review and decision making Create and maintain a knowledge platform to facilitate cross-country learnings and implementation of best practices Write business development strategies and investment cases for donors compliant with requirements Skills and Qualifications Undergraduate/Masters’ degree in business/finance, public policy or related fields. 2-4 years’ experience in management consulting and business model development Excellent research, analytical, and writing skills; Proficiency in MS Office and data analysis software (Excel, STATA or similar). Strong stakeholder management and communication skills; experience developing compelling decks Can draw out meaningful insights from data and communicate them convincingly Ability to see big picture as well as and dive into details. Ability to work with various stakeholders and multi-cultural, cross-country environments across time zones Prior experience writing investment cases and undertaking projects requiring rigorous analytical approaches is a plus Attention to detail, ability to solve unexpected problems, and adaptability to unstructured and changing environments and project demands. Ability to work independently and take initiative.   Working Conditions Competitive salary commensurate with experience Unique opportunity to work with a multi-disciplinary and innovative team of global experts pushing the envelope on eradicating malnutrition. Will receive fantastic mentorship from senior team members and have access to professional development opportunities. The position will be home-based. Consider your application unsuccessful if you are not contacted within 7 working days.  
Salary: Negotiable

Business Development Manager Reference No: 4226029936

Grand Baie, Mauritius
An asset and wealth manager providing services to Institutional and Retail clients. requires a Wealth Manager/Business Development Manager. As a Business Development Executive, you will be responsible for the sales and business development results of the company within Mauritius. Your focus will be on actively building your pipeline and accelerating the revenue growth of the Mauritius office, by continuously marketing and selling our services mainly through our partner network.   University degree in relevant field (financial services), post-graduate qualification advantageous 5 years of proven experience in business development and sales, preferably in a wealth and asset management environment   MAIN DUTIES: Responsible for the identification, development and generation of sales and business development to existing and potential new clients and business partners; Act as the partners primary point of contact Build a pipeline of prospective partners and client Drive revenue growth from strategic partners and clients Prepare client proposals and solutions to meet the identified needs Responsible and accountable for prospect conversions Working closely together with stakeholders of all service lines; Provide client service to the highest standard Work within the team to support other members as and when required COMPLIANCE Adhering to the highest compliance standards with regards to KYC/AML Ensure appropriate due diligence is undertaken Shows good judgment of situations and working closely with Compliance and management About You You have a “client-first” perspective. Detail and compliance orientated. You take full ownership of the work that is entrusted to you. It is in your nature to be team-focused. You have an entrepreneurial outlook when it comes to the tasks you carry out.   Consider your application unsuccessful should you not be contacted within 7 working days.    
Salary: Negotiable

Group HR Manager Africa Reference No: 2144544661

Port Louis, Mauritius
HR Manager required for Laboratory that services a Mining Exploration company in Mauritius.   This is both a Strategic and Operational Role for an experienced HR Manager with 10 years experience within African countries. Must be able to travel to Africa frequently and be French-speaking.   v At least 10 years HR and compliance management v Experience in the Mining and Drilling Industry v African and diverse Labour law knowledge v Successfully managed IR and CMA cases in Africa v Labour budgeting and compliance v Degree/ Diploma in relevant Human Resource Management field preferable v Achievement of Training course Primary Responsibility: v To manage HR and Labour functions for company v Coordinate the development, implementation, measuring, monitoring, continuous improvement and maintenance of the Human Resource Management function within company v Assist with the external audit processes across all countries in the region v Assist in the development of the HR strategy and implementation in line with corporate strategy o Recruitment o Performance management o Executive Remuneration management o Compensation, Remuneration & Benefits management o Training and development o Well-being and community relations o Discipline and IR management o Employee information system o Payroll compliance o Tax compliance o Immigration compliance o Expatriate local payroll management v Deal Labour Cases, IR matters, CMA and Court hearings and coordination v Manage shutdowns including terminations, payroll compliance, redundancy management v Oversee employee emergency management, insurance and travel tracking systems v Full compliance with all employment document for all regions v Manage the development, implementation, review and maintenance of HR Policies and Procedures v Compliance with UK Stock Exchange regulatory requirement v Provide advice on EEO issues, unfair dismissals, retrenchment and termination v Ensure code of business conduct is adhered to and address all EEO matters v Training on Anti-bribery and ethical matters v Develop and maintain a workplace that values and respects cultural diversity v Identify and provide relevant informal and formal coaching and training for the development of supervisory skills v Provide information and advice to all operations on human resource management matters v Recommending changes to ensure conformance and implement change v Keep up to date with changes to legislation and industry standards v Ensure compliance with all company policies, standards, procedures and rules   Consider your application unsuccessful should you not be contacted within 7 working days.  
Salary: Negotiable

Business Analyst Reference No: 3728525153

Port Louis, Mauritius
Business analyst required for  Global Laboratory that delivers a full range of geochemical laboratory services specifically for the exploration and mining industries. The BA will provide business and finance support to the commercial and executive teams Duties: v Assist in managing commercial aspects of all operations with regards to performance reporting and revenue data management v Report weekly / monthly / quarterly commercial metrics and internal KPIs including the creation of a Weekly Production Report (WPR) for volumes, turnaround times (TAT), QAQC and LTIFR etc. v Assist GMs with cost reviews and end-of-month reporting v Work with GMs for data extraction and reporting from LIMS (laboratory information management system) v Assist with creation of templates for proposals and quotations v Manage and coordinate updates to the business development pipeline v Manage and track contract lifecycle dates and milestones and assist with commercial compliance (Rates, Rise & Fall, etc.) v Assist with internal and client communication v Assist with Business Review and Development (BRAD) meeting creation and reporting v Assist with determining competitive pricing strategies to gain market share and achieve revenue goals v Track and analyse competitor pricing Tenders v Manage financial tender process including preparing models and proposals v Track tenders through their lifecycle from pre-tender to award and documentation v Assist with post implementation reviews of contract financial performance vs tender submission Others v Provide support to the Financial Controller and members of the executive team as required v Support the rollout of ERP implementation v Other duties as required/directed Knowledge & Skills: v Intermediate to advanced Microsoft Office v Excellent communication skills (both written and verbal) in English v Outstanding organisational skills v Excellent interpersonal skills   Training & Education: v Business Administration or Accounting qualification (preferred) v Proven experience in commercial and operational contract management   Experience: v Minimum of 5 years’ experience in similar position v Experience working in multi-national and culturally diverse environments          
Salary: Negotiable

Operations & Maintenance Site Manager Reference No: 964546108

Cairo, Egypt
Hybrid Plant in Egypt requires Operations and Maintenance Site Manager. As the O&M Site Manager, you will be responsible for managing the maintenance and operations activities of a Hybrid (36 MWp PV plus 7.5MW BESS) plant , including managing the subcontractors and personnel on the plant, on a 2-year Fixed Term contract. Primary ResponsibilitiesManage and coordinate all maintenance and operation initiatives activities and ensure such are carried out in compliance with the company’s goals and objectivesConduct all contract administration functions for work on site – including SHE obligationsCompile and submit reports to JUWI HQ as well as to the client (Mine)Compile Method statements (including those for MV switching)Monitor the plant in coordination with the centralized Control RoomCarry out daily site inspections and oversee all daily site activitiesPerform fault finding and diagnostics on all PV and BESS equipment and assist all staff and subcontractorsEnsure maintenance and repair on all PV and BESS equipment are carried out timeously and on the set schedulesEnsure the accurate and on time execution of all scheduled services as well as unscheduled maintenance activitiesConduct inspections and mini-audits to ensure the continuous compliance of the O&M on the siteConduct / oversee all switching activitiesManage the staff on siteManage all subcontractors on site Interact with Client Representative on sitePerform stand-by during weekends and public holidays Qualifications, Experience and Personal AttributesQualified Electrician, trade tested or / S4/T3/N6 Diploma / BTech/ BSc /BEng Degree in Electrical Engineering N3 or higher At least 10 years’ experience in Electrical maintenanceWorking experience of substations, including transformers, switchgear, relays, etc.Experience in the construction, commissioning or O&M of utility scale PV plants will be considered a plusExperience in working with central PV inverters and/or BESS will be considered a plusORHVS competency and certification will be considered a plusComputer literate – MS OfficePrevious site management experience in remote locations Consider your application unsuccessful should you not be contacted within 7 working days.
Salary: Negotiable

Billing Specialist Reference No: 586978300

Johannesburg, South Africa
Leader in International Health & Security Risk Management. Protecting people from health & security threats requires Billing Specialist Responsibilities · To work alongside key stakeholders to ensure that all billing requirements related to MedFit clients and providers are documented, communicated and maintained. This includes but is not limited to the MedFit case fee template and monthly billing schedules including prepaid case tracking. · Chairs the weekly finance meeting, documents and distributes the related minutes tracking sheet · Oversees management of the MedFit billing and queries mailboxes and related tracking sheets, and escalates mismanagement to the Senior Operations Manager. · Reviews referrals received from GSS and distributes for resolution within 48 hours. · Manages the open guarantee of payment list with weekly distribution to key stakeholders, ensuring that all provider invoices are sourced within the agreed 4 months with escalation to the relevant stakeholders if this is not achieved. · Monitoring validation of invoices and ensuring that these are appropriately closed off. · Manages the outstanding case fees by closing these off on the open guarantee of payment list as these are processed to the client. · Manage all MedFit Interco GOP’s to ensure that these are closed off within internal timelines or appropriately escalated for further review and resolution. · Responsible for opening up billing cases for all new MedFit clients. · Working closely with the finance team, GSS Prague, GAN and operations to ensure that all queries and payment/billing concerns raised by clients, members or providers are closed off timeously. · To be able to identify trends with internal or external processes and appropriately escalate to the Senior Operational Manager so that a resolution can be reached.   Required Work Experience · Min 1 year working within an administrative, data capturing position. · Demonstrates understanding of working within a professional/general customer services focus environment.   Required Qualifications · Minimum Grade 12. · Tertiary education preferable.    
Salary: Negotiable

General Manager : Track and Trace Reference No: 1992659581

Gaberones, Botswana
The BURS Tax Stamp General Manager will be responsible for  the companies tax stamp operations in Botswana and will be based in Gaborone. The GM is a senior manager who will build and lead the country team, manage all aspects of business in the country, coordinate the efforts of theprogram partners and represent the company to key external stakeholders. They will also build key governmental relationships and partnerships, promote innovation and entrepreneurship, and deliver on objectives and milestones within agreed budgets and timelines. A tax stamp program is a complex Government-sponsored product marking solution which comprises of production marking and monitoring systems;  which apply secure digital codes or stamps to various products at the point of manufacture or importation. These programs also include implementation of hardware on manufacturing lines, set up of importation facilities as well as deployment of a software platform, data analytics and mobile authentication solutions. The Program Manager must be able to get things done and make things happen. Ability to improve client satisfaction and program operations performance through efficient and lean techniques and obtaining the best out of people, processes and technology. Job Description• Manage senior client relationships at Exec level and cross-departmental• Prepare and present monthly budgets • Develop and maintain management systems, including communication, reporting, authorities and decision-making protocols KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and/or abilities required to satisfactorily perform the essential functions of this job.• BS in Science, Engineering or Business• > 10 years’ experience managing government solutions in complex environments involving system integration to third-party systems and operations and close collaboration with program partners and stakeholders• Experience working for multi-national or American companies including familiarity with laws and regulations under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act in the USA and Anti-Bribery provisions in the UK• Minimum of 10 years relevant senior management and/or program management experience• Experience negotiating with government officials and national level organizations and leaders, as well as networking with industry leaders• Familiarity with track and trace systems is strongly preferred• Proficient with MS Office• Analytical, numerical data evaluation experience• Excellent written and verbal communication skills• Proven personnel management experience; empower and engage all levels of personnel; SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS • Due to the work requirements of this position, it is not a normal Monday to Friday, 9 to 5 job;o There may be some occasions when work will be required in the evenings and or at weekends. o There may be a requirement to travel some weekends or evenings.o There is an estimate of up to 30% in country traveling required for this role and candidates should have no barriers or impediments to travel by air, road, rail or sea. Only shortlisted candidates will be communicated with.  
Salary: Negotiable