Supply Chain Finance Business Partner
|Job Title||Supply Chain Finance Business Partner|
|Job Category||Finance and Procurement|
|Company||Coca-Cola Beverages Africa|
|Location – Country||Kenya|
|Location – Province||Other – Non-South African Location|
|Location – Town / City||Nairobi|
|Job Description||Company Overview|
Coca-Cola Beverages Africa is the largest African Coca-Cola bottler, accounting for 40% of all Coca-Cola volumes on the continent. CCBA is a market leader in the NARTD non-alcoholic ready to drink market in Africa. CCBA has an extensive footprint in Africa, employing approximately 14 000 employees in Africa, with over 2000 employees in Kenya
Key Purpose Statement
The Supply Chain Finance Business Partner is responsible for providing support to the business and ensuring that decisions within Supply Chain are sound by adding value to our business.
|Key Duties & Responsibilities|
Business partnering the Supply Chain function through transparent reporting and analysis.
Translate Supply chain strategies into financial plan and monthly financial forecast.
Drive Capex Financial Evaluations and Post Implementation Reviews
Partner with the internal Finance teams and Supply Chain stakeholders to generate deep analytical insights on the functional. Particularly identifying the opportunities for operational execution.
Lead Annual Operational Plans with key stakeholders.
Lead cost deep dives with functional stakeholders
Monitor Cash elements within Supply Chain Finance scope Capex and Stocks
Reviewing and analysing the integrated P and L for the functions to identify opportunities and risks.
Making use of analytical methodology, trending and KPI’s as tools to generate insights.
Drive, monitor and manage performance delivery for the Value Capture initiatives within the Supply Chain function.
Work with the compliance team to ensure development and implementation of management routines that drive clear accountability and corrective actions within the function.
Drive organisational performance to deliver on financial objective.
Business analysis with a view to propose and/or challenge the cost to serve and line efficiencies.
Drive productivity within the Supply Chain function
Oversee the processing and consolidation of all key reporting cycles: month end, budgeting and forecasting
|Skills, Experience & Education||QUALIFICATIONS:|
Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce or equivalent.
Certified Public Accountant or ACCA qualification
Registered Member of ICPAK
10 – 15 years relevant and hands -on experience in managing people and managing complexity within a fast-paced FMCG Finance environment.
Excellent knowledge of building finance business simulation and trend reports will be an added advantage