Accounts Payable Officer Reference No: 1273973776

Rose Hill, Mauritius
I am recruiting for an Accounts Payable Officer for a Complete Mining Services Provider specialising in Exploration & Production Drilling, Load & Haul Services, Fleet Maintenance and Geochemical Analysis Solutions, to be based in Mauritius, Ebene. I am looking for a well-spoken candidate who has been in an accounts payable role for at least 6 years, and who has experience in dealing with international and African clients on a daily basis.   ACCA preferable Completes payments and controls expenses by receiving, processing, verifying, and reconciling invoices. Reconciles processed work by verifying entries and comparing system reports to balances. Charges expenses to accounts and cost centers by analyzing invoice/expense reports; recording entries. Pays vendors by monitoring discount opportunities, verifying federal id numbers, scheduling and preparing checks, and resolving purchase order, contract, invoice, or payment discrepancies and documentation. Ensures credit is received for outstanding memos. Issues stop-payments or purchase order amendments. Pays employees by receiving and verifying expense reports and requests for advances; preparing checks. Maintains accounting ledgers by verifying and posting account transactions. Verifies vendor accounts by reconciling monthly statements and related transactions.
Salary: R27000

Investment Manager Reference No: 3958072344

Nairobi, Kenya
I am looking for an experienced Investment Manager to manage my clients African project investment activities with the support from other key functions, taking full accountability to coordinate workstreams and promote cooperation across the team to successfully execute the entire investment cycle.   The ideal candidate would: Source prospective investments in line with clients strategy. Conduct due diligence activities in cooperation with other functions, in order to analyze all relevant aspects of the project and advise  senior management. Build or supervise the construction of financial model for each project and manage the analysis of the project based on that model. Negotiate project documents: PPA, IA, finance agreements, etc. Cooperate with engineering function on the feasibility studies, EPC, O&M, power evacuation and insurance arrangements. Minimum of 7 years of experience in investment (Origination, Transactions, Negotiation of Shareholders Agreement, Raising Debt, Private Financial Advisory exposure). Willingness to travel and visit project sites across Asia University Degree (Engineering, Finance, Law). MBA and/or CFA would be an advantage.
Salary: Negotiable

Investment Associate Reference No: 3859822954

Nairobi, Kenya
I am recruiting an Investment Associate to assist in the financial analysis of renewable energy investment opportunities for my client. The ideal candidate would: Perform investment analysis tasks assisting and reporting to an Investment Director/Manager. Perform a variety of investment analysis work including modelling, research, investment paper writing, monitoring of investments and assisting in writing quarterly reports Due diligence, investment analysis and reporting Have a keen interest in renewable energy and investment.  3-6 years’ experience working in accounting, corporate finance (Mergers & Acquisitions, and Transactions), investment banking or project finance, with exposure to renewable energy or infrastructure considered beneficial. Additional language skills would be an advantage (in particular French, Kiswahili or other African languages). Willingness to travel and visit project sites across Africa. Have a relevant post-graduate Master’s Degree (preferably in Finance or Investment Analysis); Is a CFA Charter holder or CFA Candidate.      
Salary: Negotiable

Senior Compliance Reference No: 1104610445

Grand Baie, Mauritius
  To implement and oversee the Company’s Compliance with its legislative requirements and to act as the Company’s Compliance Officer, Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) and internal Company Secretary Duties and Responsibilities Perform Compliance duties: o Ensure that internal policies and procedures comply with all relevant legislation. o Provide guided assistance to the Company on processes, procedures and control matters. o Provide guided assistance to the Company when on-boarding Clients and new products. o Ensure that new Client on-boarding is Compliant with all Anti-Money Laundering and Combating of Financial Terrorism (AML/CFT) legislation. o Carry out risk assessments for all new Clients. o Ensure that Company and Client documentation is compliant with all relevant legislation. o Carry out ongoing compliance monitoring and Client risk assessments. o Investigate, resolve, or assist in the resolution of all non-compliance issues that may arise. o Highlight and report any non-compliance Follow-up on all non-compliance areas and take appropriate actions. o Report back to the relevant Board and Management Committees and other Forums on compliance matters. o Conduct compliance training to relevant stakeholders. o Collaborate with Management and the relevant Committees to develop action plans that aim at increasing compliance adherence. o Prepare and submit compliance reporting to Regulators where necessary. o Assist the Company in drafting Client and Service Provider agreements. o Ensure effective management and retention of Company records and agreements. o Performing risk assessments on Client instructions and requests. o Review and approve payment instructions. o Authorise payments as and when required. o Review and approve the issuance of Policy documentation to new Clients. o Engage with Service Providers and Regulators as and when required. o Engage with Clients on compliance matters as and when required. o Ensure that the Company adopts internal AML/CFT policies and procedures.     Perform Company Secretary duties: The duties specified below apply to Shareholders meetings, Board meetings and the meetings of any Committees of the Directors, ensuring that the relevant legislative and regulatory requirements are effectively applied o Drafting and issuing notices of meetings. o Drafting and circulating agendas. o Preparing and circulating meeting packs. o Taking, drafting and circulating the minutes of the meetings. o Ensure effective management and retention of records and documents. o Providing the Directors of the Company collectively and individually with guidance as to their legal duties, responsibilities and powers. o Making the Company and its Directors aware of any changes to legislation relevant to or affecting the Company. o Reporting to the Company’s Board and Board Committees any matters that warrant their attention. o Ensuring that the Company is compliant with the National Code of Corporate Governance. o Assist with on-boarding of newly appointed Directors, including induction, orientation and training     • Contribute to Strategic decision-making together with Senior Executives, Management and other relevant Stakeholders. • Active participation and contribution at Senior management level. • Will be required to participate and/or report back at Management Committees and related Forums. • Perform project and ad-hoc tasks as and when required. • Perform back up duties as and when required.   Required Competencies Competencies related to knowledge •Qualified ACCA essential • At least 5 years relevant work experience compulsory. • At least 3 years offshore management experience. • A working knowledge of all relevant legislation. • Extensive knowledge of local AML/CFT legislation. • Experience working with local Regulators (FSC, ROC, MRA) • Knowledge of Company Secretarial duties and responsibilities. • Knowledge and experience in the MLRO function of a Global Business Company   Competencies based on skills   • Must be able to read, write and speak fluently in English. • Must be able to communicate professionally and concisely. • Computer literacy - advanced skills in MS Office. • Numeric competence – advanced. • Excellent listening skills. • Excellent interpersonal skills. • Excellent organising and planning skills. • Excellent presentation skills. • Excellent analytical skills. • Excellent problem-solving skills. • Excellent decision-making skills. • Excellent conflict resolution skills. • Excellent attention to detail.      
Salary: R60000 to R85000

Maintenance Manager Reference No: 1018600924

Phoenix, Mauritius
MAINTENANCE MANAGER Duties and Responsibilities   Responsible for managing the following departments Factory Maintenance, Energy Utilities and Spare Parts Manage personnel, ensure high level of engagement, and promote a culture of rigor and teamwork. Ensure Corrective Preventive Predictive maintenance of manufacturing asset and energy utilities are efficiently executed with minimal downtime impact. Prepare manage and monitor yearly maintenance expenses budget and CAPEX budget. Supervise the Energy Efficiency Management Program Participate in the implementation of the Industrial Master Plan and in Industrial Projects   Profile: 5 years proven experience as Maintenance Manager. Solid understanding of engineering concepts in mechanical, electrical, electronic automated Systems Able to work in a fast-paced environment effectively. Excellent leadership and interpersonal skills Excellent organizational and prioritization skills Good knowledge of HAACP, ISO 9001 ISO 22000 ISO 14001 ISO 50001 and OHSAS Good written oral communication skills Fluent in English French Qualification: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or related field
Salary: Negotiable