Jobs at Malaria Consortium in Uganda - Africa Regional Office Finance Officer


Job Title:                  Africa Regional Office Finance Officer

Department:           Finance
Reports To:             Africa Programmes Manager 
Direct Reports:      None
Indirect Reports:  None
Organisational Background:
Malaria Consortium is one of the world's leading non-profit organisations dedicated to the comprehensive control of malaria and other communicable diseases in Africa and Southeast Asia. Malaria Consortium works with communities, government and non-government agencies, academic institutions, and local and international organisations, to ensure good evidence supports delivery of effective services, providing technical support for monitoring and evaluation of programmes and activities for evidence-based decision-making and strategic planning. The organisation works to improve not only the health of the individual, but also the capacity of national health systems, which helps relieve poverty and support improved economic prosperity.

Country and Project Background:
The Africa Regional Office in Kampala houses technical and management specialists to support Malaria Consortium’s implementation across Africa. In addition, it is the lead office on a number of multi country grants that are managed by Regional Project Coordinators housed in the Africa Regional Office.
Job Purpose:
The Africa Regional Office Finance Officer (ARoFO) is responsible for running the finances of the Africa Regional Office.  In addition, the ARoFO is responsible for the management accounting and support to the multi country grants led by the Africa Regional Office. The ARoFO reports to the Africa Programmes Manager but will receive technical support from the Regional Finance Manager, Financial Controller and Chief Finance Officer.
Key Accountabilities:
Key Accountabilities:

1.    Financial Accounting - Africa Regional Office

•    Approve and process advances for field activity and staff travel, ensuring proper process for disbursement of funds, correct documentation and the settlement of advances in a timely manner.
•    Manage the USD cash float for advances.
•    Perform the finance check on all financial transactions of the Africa Regional Office
•    Maintaining the integrity of the balance sheet by checking and validating:
a)    staff advances and other debtors
b)    sundry creditors and all other creditors
•    Check the fixed assets register is up to date monthly
•    Work with the Regional Finance Manager to improve financial systems in the Africa Regional office, recommending changes as part of the global MC improvement to provide timely and appropriate financial information to MC’s Budget Holders and donors.
•    Submit the monthly report to the Africa Programmes Manager for review and submission to the Regional Finance Manager in line with Malaria Consortium monthly reporting checklist and timetable.

2.    Management Accounting – Africa Regional Office Projects

•    Prepare project financial reports for donors and partners according to donor requirements ensuring all external reports are submitted to the Regional Finance Manager for review a minimum of five working days prior to external submission.
•    Ensure monthly management accounts are reviewed and variances are acted on by budget holders; report to the RFM and CFO on the variances and the corrective action that will be taken.
•    Ensure monthly donor budget versus actual reports are prepared and reviewed on a monthly basis and any corrections are posted in a timely and accurate manner
•    Prepare annual budgets and monthly cash flow projections for the country office
•    Prepare the Africa Regional annual financial plan and ensure the plan is fully reforecast quarterly as per the annual finance timetable
•    Prepare the financial quarterly performance assessments in line with the annual assessment timetable
•    Work with budget holders to provide training and ensure their understanding of the finance processes.


3.    Legal, security and Risk Management

•    Assist the internal and external auditors with questions and information requested relating to the Africa  Regional Office
•    Ensure, in conjunction with The Africa Programmes Manager and Regional Finance Manager, compliance with all local legal requirements, including  tax, pensions and insurance
•    Identify and assess risks facing the Africa Regional Office and develop mitigation strategies along with the Africa Programmes Manager & Africa Operations  Manager
•    Work with budget holders to provide training and ensure their understanding of the finance processes.




PERSON SPECIFICATION
Qualifications and Experience:        
Essential:      
•    Qualified ACA, ACCA or CPA Accountant
•    Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a finance team, with  at least two years in a                                        managerial position
•    Fluency in English
•    Knowledge of NGO donors and their financial reporting requirements

Desirable:          
•    Specific USAID financial grant management experience
Work Based Skills and Competencies:           
Essential:       
•    Working knowledge of accounting software
•    Excellent computer skills with high proficiency in Microsoft excel
•    Good analytical and reporting skills
•    Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
•    Strong ability to be able to manage and prioritise multiple tasks
•    Experience in training and developing Finance staff
•    Ability to fluently communicate verbally and written in English


OTHER KEY INFORMATION
Length of contract – 1 year
Location – Africa Regional Office, Kampala
Travel involved – some travel may be required to other Malaria Consortium country or sub offices


How to Apply:
Candidates who meet the above requirements should submit a CV and a cover letter by Tuesday July 23rd 2013 to HR.Recruitment@malariaconsortium.org

Closing Date; 23/07/2013




Jobs at East African Development Bank in Uganda - Senior Investment Officer




Job Title: Senior Investment Officer – Business Development
Job details
Reference number: EADB/SIOBD/2013
Job Title:  Senior Investment Officer – Business Development     Supervisor: Head of Country
Location: Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda – Tenure up to 3 years
Job summary
The Senior Investment Officer – Business Development is responsible for attracting and developing investment opportunities, undertaking appraisal analysis, advising management on investment opportunities and coordinating the implementation of investment decisions to achieve the objectives of the Bank.
Key responsibilities

    Design new products and innovations which must be viable, practical, relevant to the locals and address the requirements of clients; and prepare Board papers on investment opportunities and feasibility studies for senior management and the Board of Directors to consider.
    Undertake investment analysis and appraisals on proposals submitted to the Bank and prepare investment analysis reports, undertake analysis of existing investment projects implemented and those in the pipeline, and identify and manage investment risks.
    Coordinate the implementation of investments and monitor the performance of investment projects through progressive investment and income reports; monitor collection and recording of income on investments in conjunction with Finance Department to ensure timeliness and compliance with the reporting framework (IFRS, regulatory requirements etc.).
    Undertake continuous research and provide recommendations on significant developments, emerging opportunities and challenges in areas of responsibility. Provide information to potential clients and document the same to provide information on customer requirements/ areas of interest.
    Maintain communication with clients and manage client relations; ensure that they submit all the Bank’s requirements to facilitate the appraisal process; Provide feedback on the status of their application timeously and advise them on the bank’s processes and procedures, and in liaison with Finance, resolve payment and / repayment related issues.
    Carry out any other tasks assigned by Management.




Organisational positioning
SeniorInvestmentOfficer_BizDev

Academic and professional qualifications

    A Finance-related, Engineering or other numerate degree from a recognized university with professional Accounting or Finance qualifications such as CPA, ACCA or CFA.
    Relevant Post graduate degree such as an MBA or Masters in Finance.

Experience and other requirements

    Minimum of seven (7) years similar or relevant experience in a large commercial or development bank, preferably engaged in long term funding or project financing; of which three (3) should be at middle management level.
    Strong analytical and financial analysis skills and experience in using financial models.
    Proven track record and experience in successful investment, appraisal, analysis and implementation is required.
    Ability to deal sensitively in multi-cultural environments and build effective working relations.
    Ability to operate effectively across organizational boundaries and work as team to meet strict timelines.
    Experience of working with a large financial institution in the particular country, or multilateral organization is required.
    International exposure will be an added advantage.

Additional skills

    Self-motivated, flexible, mature and articulate in speech and presentation.
    Excellent analytical skills, problem identification and solving skills.
    Highly innovative.
    Business acumen with proven successful projects.
    Tact, diplomacy and good networking skills.
    Good negotiation skills with the ability to interact with and influence high level decision makers.
    Customer service orientation.
    Results-orientation and dedicated to growing the Bank’s business in East Africa.
    Fluency in English but working knowledge of Kiswahili will be an added advantage.



How to Apply:

If your career aspirations match these challenging and exciting roles, please write in confidence quoting the position title on the subject of the email or cover letter on or before Monday 22nd July 2013. Applications, including your curriculum vitae, a working e-mail address, daytime telephone contacts, qualifications, experience, present position, current remuneration, names and addresses of three referees should be sent to esdeadb@kpmg.co.ke. All applications should be sent online by email. Applicants for all positions must be nationals of the EADB Member States except where expressly indicated. Applicants who had earlier applied for re-advertised positions should not apply for the same positions.
Applicants will be required to address the following information directly to KPMG:
1) A reference letter from their immediate past employer.
2) A character reference from an individual who has known the applicant for at least 3 years.
The EADB reserves the right not to offer or make any appointments, and to offer and make appointments on other terms and conditions. Successful candidates should be ready to assume duty before 1 October 2013.
EADB will only contact applicants being considered for an interview.



Closing Date; 22/07/2013







Monitoring and Evaluation Officer Job at East African Development Bank in Uganda



Job Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
Job details
Reference number: EADB/MEO/2013
Job Title:  Monitoring and Evaluation Officer     Supervisor:
Location: Uganda – tenure up to three (3) years
Job summary
The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer is responsible for monitoring project progress, evaluating effectiveness/ impact of the EADB’s initiatives to regional development and disseminating evaluation results and other findings.
Key responsibilities

    Provide an objective assessment of the Bank’s contributions to regional development through assessment of EADB’s projects and operations, including advisory services, knowledge management, technical assistance, coordination and partnerships.
    Develop monitoring and evaluation plans to effectively analyze and present project results in a synchronized manner. Develop tools and processes that support quality project monitoring and evaluation, meet international standards and comprehensively analyse project output.
    Build up processes, tools and instruments, in close coordination with respective projects and ensure that a proper and establish standards for monitoring and reporting. Ensure that these are internalized and utilized at country office level.
    Devise terms of reference for carrying out base line studies as well as routine and periodic monitoring of outputs and outcome. Document and disseminate activities and accomplishments of different interventions in the form of reports and oral presentations.
    Conduct project surveys for impact level indicators. Lead field-testing, data collection and analysis of all projects, and report findings. Conduct appropriate analysis, including the use of complimentary data sets and secondary analysis.
    Draft, edit and produce written briefs or reports on project as necessary to promote project objectives and disseminate information to stakeholders.
    Identify and analyze factors for project success or obstacles to meeting objectives and in liaison with project management teams, identify, define, and validate the performance measures most appropriate and useful to project management.
    Evaluate what works and why, as well as what does not work, and unintended outcomes.
    Support the Bank in providing accountability to its shareholders to inform decision-making of the Bank’s impact and enable it to better manage development results.
    Work closely with the communications team to ensure that project and evaluation results are properly disseminated internally and externally, communicated in a controlled and efficient manner to stakeholders and a positive public image of the Bank is created.
    Support project managers in monitoring and reporting projects outcomes and ensure that findings from monitoring and reporting exercises are of high quality and are communicated to internal and external stakeholders effectively.
    Create an avenue for learning and knowledge improvement for EADB and its partners.
    Develop and institutionalize appropriate systems and tools for data quality assurance, including the consistent use of agreed performance measures and ensure that these are known and used by respective managers and investment officers.
    Provide timely support to project teams on monitoring and evaluation. Produce regular reports and respond to information requests. Collect and track project information in coordination with Country office staff.
    Maintain data collection systems, ensuring that all necessary information from routine reporting are collected, analyzed and used in guiding internal project planning and evaluation.
    Perform any other duties assigned by Management.

Organisational positioning

MonitoringEvaluationOfficer



Academic and professional qualifications

    Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce, Finance, Economics, Mathematics, or other quantitative or science degree in a related field.
    At least a Master’s degree in economics, finance or commerce, with a strong research orientation as could be determined by quality of dissertations and/or publications.

Experience and other requirements

    At least five (5) years (post qualification) of active economic analysis in a demanding environment in terms of quality and strict deadlines.
    Experience in international financial institutions is an asset.
    In depth knowledge of economic, social, political and development issues in the region.
    Experience in carrying out high quality research and presentation of findings at national and international levels.
    Familiarity with statistical/econometric software (e.g. PCGIVE, EVIEWS, STATA, etc.) and ability to use the same for analyses.

Additional skills

    Excellent communication skills (including oral, written and presentation skills).
    Good interpersonal skills including diplomacy, tact and ability to negotiate and influence.
    Excellent command of written and spoken English.
    Strategic and conceptual thinking.
    Analytical and logical thinking.
    Attention detail.
    Ability to network.
    Knowledge acquisition and sharing.

How to Apply:

If your career aspirations match these challenging and exciting roles, please write in confidence quoting the position title on the subject of the email or cover letter on or before Monday 22nd July 2013. Applications, including your curriculum vitae, a working e-mail address, daytime telephone contacts, qualifications, experience, present position, current remuneration, names and addresses of three referees should be sent to esdeadb@kpmg.co.ke. All applications should be sent online by email. Applicants for all positions must be nationals of the EADB Member States except where expressly indicated. Applicants who had earlier applied for re-advertised positions should not apply for the same positions.
Applicants will be required to address the following information directly to KPMG:
1) A reference letter from their immediate past employer.
2) A character reference from an individual who has known the applicant for at least 3 years.
The EADB reserves the right not to offer or make any appointments, and to offer and make appointments on other terms and conditions. Successful candidates should be ready to assume duty before 1 October 2013.
EADB will only contact applicants being considered for an interview.



Closing Date; 22/07/2013







Finance Specialist Job Vacancy at East African Development Bank in Uganda



Job Title: Trade Finance Specialist
Job details
Reference number: EADB/TFS/2013
Job Title:  Trade Finance Specialist     Supervisor: Treasury Manager
Location: Uganda – tenure up to three (3) years
Job summary
The Trade Finance Specialist is responsible for developing and implementing a Trade Finance development programme that allows the EADB to realize its objectives and achieve growth targets. The Specialist is required to ensure that optimal risk management procedures and processes are in place and are being implemented.
Key responsibilities

    Develop and/ or review the Trade Finance policy and guidelines for the Bank to align them with developments in the market.
    Develop Trade Finance products that are operationally efficient, responsive to market dynamics and are in line with the Bank’s objectives.
    Participate in the computerization of Trade Finance processes to provide efficient services to clients.
    Identify opportunities for risk participation and take action to turn such opportunities into concrete business transactions.
    Support the development of an appropriate risk distribution model that safeguards the bank against trading losses, whilst optimizing revenue.
    Establish relationships and maintain active contact with local and international banks active in Trade Finance.
    Research the inter-bank market and trade transactions risk premiums to determine pricing and manage risks in the portfolio.
    Undertake due diligence appraisals of issuing banks and prospective clients to identify solutions for Trade Finance.
    Respond under tight deadlines to requests for Trade Finance support by structuring negotiating and completing transactions.
    Market the product in the region to generate targeted income/revenues from the product.
    Maintain good relations with the customers and promote cross selling of the Bank’s other products.
    Participate in debt collection to minimize losses to the Bank.
    Give expert advice to investment officers involved in acquiring and implementing Trade Finance projects.
    Assist the legal team in drafting documentation for approved Trade Finance projects providing guidance on insurance and taxation requirements.
    Take responsibility for the quality, profitability and growth of the Trade Finance product.
    Design and implement Trade Finance training programmes and marketing activities for the Bank including management of associated budgets and costs.
    Undertake market research, study trends, policies and developments in the member states and timorously advise management on their impact to EADB’s Trade Finance investments.
    Prepare annual work plan with targets and budgets for the Trade Finance product based on approved annual strategic plan to facilitate own performance management for management’s approval.

Organisational positioning
TradeFinanceSpecialist

Academic and professional qualifications

    Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce, Finance, Economics, Mathematics, or other quantitative or science degree in a related field; and
    Relevant postgraduate degree in Business, Finance, Accounting or related fields.

Experience and other requirements

    At least five (5) years’ experience undertaking successful Trade Finance transactions in East Africa or Southern Africa and/or the rest of Africa is mandatory;
    Minimum of five (5) years as a manager of a Trade Finance Unit or department with a bank and possession of demonstrable capacity for leadership;
    High level of structuring and credit analysis skills experience;
    Experience of risk management in relation to Trade Finance, commodity finance, cash-flow based lending and/or and treasury operations;
    Proven track record and substantive experience in concluding major transactions, including import loans, ECA, pre-export finance and structured receivables financing; applying expertise in analyzing complex and unusual transactions;
    Ability to deal sensitively in multi-cultural environments and build effective working relations and colleagues;
    Ability to operate effectively across organizational boundaries and work as team to meet strict timelines;
    Experience of working with a large financial institution, or multilateral organization; and
    International exposure will be an added advantage.

Additional skills

    High level of Integrity.
    Good understanding of taxation laws/regulations in the member states.
    Proven networking ability.
    Attention to detail and customer service orientation.
    Excellent oral and written communication skills.
    Extensive analytical skills as well as problem identification and solving skills.
    Self-driven with the ability to work with minimum supervision.
    Ability to lead teams of experts.
    Results driven.



How to Apply:

If your career aspirations match these challenging and exciting roles, please write in confidence quoting the position title on the subject of the email or cover letter on or before Monday 22nd July 2013. Applications, including your curriculum vitae, a working e-mail address, daytime telephone contacts, qualifications, experience, present position, current remuneration, names and addresses of three referees should be sent to esdeadb@kpmg.co.ke. All applications should be sent online by email. Applicants for all positions must be nationals of the EADB Member States except where expressly indicated. Applicants who had earlier applied for re-advertised positions should not apply for the same positions.
Applicants will be required to address the following information directly to KPMG:
1) A reference letter from their immediate past employer.
2) A character reference from an individual who has known the applicant for at least 3 years.
The EADB reserves the right not to offer or make any appointments, and to offer and make appointments on other terms and conditions. Successful candidates should be ready to assume duty before 1 October 2013.
EADB will only contact applicants being considered for an interview.



Closing Date; 22/07/2013







Jobs at East African Development Bank in Uganda - Market and Operational Risk Specialist



Job Title: Market and Operational Risk Specialist
Job details
Reference number: EADB/MORS/2013
Job Title:  Market and Operational Risk Specialist     Supervisor: Manager Risk and Compliance
Location: Uganda – tenure up to three (3) years
Job summary
The Market and Operational Risk Specialist is responsible for improving market risk identification, measurement, monitoring and control through setting appropriate Market Risk policies and procedures, development of adequate Market Risk measurement models and provision of Market Risk advice to management on new activities and projects.  The role holder is also responsible for monitoring Operational Risk arising out of handling market risks and financial Ratios.
Key responsibilities
Market Risk Related

    Review and formulate risk management policies and ensure that appropriate systems, procedures, limits and guidelines are in place to implement those policies so as to pre-empt and avert financial stresses and crises.
    Establish a comprehensive market risk framework, including market risk methodology.
    Interpret market risk policies and ensure correct application.
    Develop and apply market risk assessment systems as they apply to DFIs.
    Identify, monitor and report market and counterparty risk exposures arising from treasury investment and funding operations.
    Provide clear briefings of current events and issues to management.  Perform ad-hoc analyses around the business (including notable new transactions) in order to assist management decision making
    Regularly engage in dialogue with unit heads around market risk appetite, risk limits and individual large and complex transactions
    Quantitatively evaluate treasury risk positions (mark-to-market or mark-to-model) including internally and externally managed investment portfolios, derivative portfolios, structured bond issuance and related swap transactions.
    Promote the application of advanced risk analytics to measure and monitor risk exposures and enhance the methodology and process to reflect new market development, risk policies, and technologies.
    Monitor changes of counterparties’ credit ratings, undertaking credit researches and analyses and evaluating the valuation methodologies for credit risk.
    Prepare regular management reports on the performance of investment operations and related attribution analysis and contribute to the formulation of investment policy.
    Assist in the maintenance and implementation of analytical systems and reporting requirements of market and treasury risk to enhance the timeliness and accuracy of information to end-users.
    Initiate progress opportunities for process improvements; enhance accuracy and completeness of market risk metrics, and advance cross-regional and product analysis.
    Produce and report risk metrics (including Stress Testing, Historical Simulation, VaR Analysis)
    Work on regulatory driven market risk exercises

Operational Risk Related

    Assist in supervising the Back Office functions related to investment and funding activities by ensuring a timely and accurate confirmation of Deposits and swap transactions and a correct capturing of the trade terms and conditions.
    Monitor prompt settlement of deals by Back Office with regard to receipt and payment of funds contracted.
    Follow up on regular reconciliation of bank accounts to ensure no unauthorised transaction has occurred.

Financial Aspects

    Undertake regular checks and confirm to the management the correctness of application of rules and ratios arrived in respect of the following:

a. Liquidity Ratio

b. Capital Adequacy

c. Debt/Equity Ratio

d. Translation Risk Revaluation

e) Other Financial Ratios

    Carry out any other duties as assigned by Management.

Organisational positioning
Market&OperationalRiskSpecialist

Academic and professional qualifications

    Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce, Finance, Economics, Mathematics, or other quantitative or science degree in a related field;
    Relevant postgraduate degree in Business, Finance, Accounting or related fields is desirable.

Experience and other requirements

    Masters and Bachelors qualifications in Risk Management or Finance (or equivalent).
    Professional qualification such as CFA will be an added advantage.
    Demonstrably numerate.
    Good existing knowledge of financial markets, preferably in credit and interest rates (including derivatives); broad interest in markets essential.
    Understanding of risk sensitivities and P&L drivers.
    Have a good understanding of the fundamentals of trading.
    Good technical skills (Risk methodology/Products/Systems).
    Excellent programming abilities and knowledge of MS Excel (with VBA preferred).
    Strong analytical & quantitative skills, experience and working knowledge in statistics.

Additional skills

    Excellent written and spoken communication skills.
    Outstanding analytical skills.
    Proactive and able to work independently.
    Ability to manage own workload.
    Lateral thinker and commitment to getting things done.
    Detail focused and Strong team player.



How to Apply:

If your career aspirations match these challenging and exciting roles, please write in confidence quoting the position title on the subject of the email or cover letter on or before Monday 22nd July 2013. Applications, including your curriculum vitae, a working e-mail address, daytime telephone contacts, qualifications, experience, present position, current remuneration, names and addresses of three referees should be sent to esdeadb@kpmg.co.ke. All applications should be sent online by email. Applicants for all positions must be nationals of the EADB Member States except where expressly indicated. Applicants who had earlier applied for re-advertised positions should not apply for the same positions.
Applicants will be required to address the following information directly to KPMG:
1) A reference letter from their immediate past employer.
2) A character reference from an individual who has known the applicant for at least 3 years.
The EADB reserves the right not to offer or make any appointments, and to offer and make appointments on other terms and conditions. Successful candidates should be ready to assume duty before 1 October 2013.
EADB will only contact applicants being considered for an interview.



Closing Date; 22/07/2013







Jobs at East African Development Bank (EADB) in Uganda - Project/Structured Finance Specialist



Job Title: Project/Structured Finance Specialist
Job details
Reference number: EADB/PSFS/2013

Supervisor: Head of Operations
Location: Uganda – tenure up to three (3) years
Job summary
The Project/ Structured Finance Specialist’s core role is to support the Operations Department in developing and executing new lending products and mitigating risk in the existing portfolio.
Key responsibilities

    Develop and propose new business sectors by structuring new products and transactions.
        Review, monitor and assist in the management of existing portfolio accounts.
        Develop financial models, product concepts as required to support the new business.
        Draft documentation and templates for project finance and structured finance term sheets, credit applications, credit rating/asset quality assessment, etc.
        Review and assess credit risk on existing account.
        Develop innovative modifications to existing project and financing structures/ strategies as well as lead the development of new structured finance solutions.
        Mentor and coach staff.
        Represent the Bank when leading appraisal missions or in loan/syndicate negotiations.
        Undertake any other assignments as necessary to bring about new lending products and business for the Bank.
        Carryout any other tasks assigned by Management.

Organisational positioning

ProjectStructuredFinanceSpecialist



Academic and professional qualifications

    Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce, Finance, Economics, Mathematics, or other quantitative or science degree in a related field;
    Relevant postgraduate degree in Business, Finance, Accounting or related fields is desirable.

Experience and other requirements

    At least ten (10) years demonstrable experience undertaking successful project finance and structured finance transactions in East Africa or Southern Africa and/or the rest of Africa; a deal sheet should be submitted with the application.
    Minimum of five (5) years working experience with a multinational or multilateral bank working on project finance or structured finance or other long-term financing or PPP.
    High level of structuring and credit analysis skills.
    Experience in the construction and modification of project finance models.
    Experience of risk management in relation to project finance, structured finance or cash-flow based lending and/or and treasury operations is required.
    Proven track record and substantive experience in concluding major transactions, and applying expertise in analyzing complex and unusual transactions.
    Experience of working with a large financial institution, or multilateral organization is required.
    Consultancy experience and /or international exposure will be an added advantage.

Additional skills

    Attention to detail.
    Initiative, creativity and pro-activity.
    Information seeking.
    Logical thinking.
    Conceptual thinking.
    Concern for quality and standards.
    Organisational awareness and commitment.
    Ability to deal sensitively in multi-cultural environments and build effective working relations with colleagues.
    Ability to operate effectively across organizational boundaries and work as team to meet strict timelines.



How to Apply:

If your career aspirations match these challenging and exciting roles, please write in confidence quoting the position title on the subject of the email or cover letter on or before Monday 22nd July 2013. Applications, including your curriculum vitae, a working e-mail address, daytime telephone contacts, qualifications, experience, present position, current remuneration, names and addresses of three referees should be sent to esdeadb@kpmg.co.ke. All applications should be sent online by email. Applicants for all positions must be nationals of the EADB Member States except where expressly indicated. Applicants who had earlier applied for re-advertised positions should not apply for the same positions.
Applicants will be required to address the following information directly to KPMG:
1) A reference letter from their immediate past employer.
2) A character reference from an individual who has known the applicant for at least 3 years.
The EADB reserves the right not to offer or make any appointments, and to offer and make appointments on other terms and conditions. Successful candidates should be ready to assume duty before 1 October 2013.
EADB will only contact applicants being considered for an interview.



Closing Date; 22/07/2013







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