Finance Internship Open At Java House

Java House, commonly referred to as ‘Nairobi Java’, opened its first store in 1999 at Adam’s Arcade in Nairobi. With the aim of introducing gourmet coffee drinking culture in Kenya, the first outlet was a coffee shop and later the brand evolved to an American diner style restaurant to its present-day status as a 3 -day part coffee-led, casual dining concept.

Java House is now one of the leading coffee brands in Africa and has grown to have outlets in 14 cities across 3 countries in East Africa (Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda). It has also birthed two sister brands Planet Yoghurt, a healthy, tasty and fun frozen yoghurt store and 360 Degrees Pizza, a casual dining restaurant.

“Welcome to Java. A home away from home”

Job description

Primary Purpose and Scope the Job (Job Role)

Provide effective support to the Finance team while ensuring timely delivery of work in the allocated area.

Duties and Responsibilities:

· Receiving of invoices from suppliers.

· Reconciliation of supplier statements to supplier ledger for payment purposes.

· Following up of reconciliation issues.

· Ensure supplier payments are paid as allocated in cash flow.

· Participate periodically in stock counts.

· Any other duty as may by the senior payables/senior treasury accountant.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

Key Result Areas/ Key Performance Indicators (5-6 areas) 

· Management of financial records

· Management of internal and external customers

Performance Indicators (3-5 indicators)

· Ease of access to documents

· Satisfied customers

Job specifications:

Qualifications

· A bachelor’s degree in finance or related field (Completed)

· Minimum KCSE certification

· A professional qualification such as Certified Public Accountant (CPA) up to Part 2 is an added advantage.

Experience

No experience required.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT

· Willingness To Learn New Things

· Flexibility

Core COMPETENCIES:

· Must have knowledge of the basic principles and practices of accounting and financial analysis.

· Must be able to collect, evaluate and interpret data, in both statistical and narrative form.

· Should be capable of preparing files and maintaining records and documentation.

· Should have good written and oral communication skills. 

· Other skills required are related to problem solving, entering, and verifying data, knowledge of computers, various software applications and standard office equipment.

Finance InternNairobiJun 13, 2024APPLY

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