Job opportunities – WASAC

1.POST OF INTERNAL AUDITOR (2)

Water and Sanitation Corporation (WASAC) is charged with vital responsibilities of providing clean water and sewerage services to all Rwandans as enshrined in Government Vision 2020 and EDPRS2.

For WASAC to be able execute this responsibility effectively and efficiently, it requires enough and competent Human Resources for attaining the set objectives.

Duties and responsibilities:

The Internal Auditor will report to the Chief Internal Auditor, the following are responsibilities:

 Ensure that the business of the WASAC are run in an orderly manner;

 Safeguard the assets of the WASAC;

 Prepare audit program for review by Chief Internal Auditor before implementation – Perform audit procedures agreed with Chief Internal auditor; Prepare draft internal audit report and submit it to chief Internal Audit for review

 Ensure proper documentation, filing and referencing of work done in accordance with the audit manual and other guideline;

 Ensure implementation of recommendations of the External Auditor and provide advise thereupon

 Conduct quality review of financial statements by carrying out audits that evaluate the controls over revenues, expenditures, assets and liabilities designed to optimize the efficient use of resources and effectiveness of options. To put much emphasis on the appropriateness of accounting records and reliability of financial reporting

 Assess whether current controls are adequate to identify risks and provide assurance on the adequacy and effectiveness of risk management practices

 Help management to improve efficiency and to ensure that governance, risk management and internal control systems are operating efficiently and effectively;

 Review the existing and new information system to assess the quality of controls and the relevance and reliability of the systems output;

 Examine adherence to any policy, contractual, regulatory and legislative requirements;

 Where appropriate, assess any allegations of wrongdoing or breaches of government standards of conduct;

 Participate in significant initiatives and priorities and providing solutions to financial and other internal control issues

 Review management responses to internal audit and external auditors recommendations and prepare a monitoring report indicating status of implementation of recommendations and corrective action plans;

 Accomplish any assignment given by the management through the direct supervisor.

Job Requirements

 Having at least a bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Management, Business administration and Statistics

 Computer literacy and familiarity with standard office computer applications;

 The candidate must be between 21-45 years old;

 Written recommendation of three referees

 Ability to work under pressure to meet the deadline and under minimum supervision;

 Have strong management and negotiation skills;

 Excellent interpersonal and communication skills;

 Possess the Organizational Skills, High analytical Skills, complex Problem Solving, Time management Skills and Team work Skills;

 Fluent in Kinyarwanda, English and/ or French; knowledge of all is an advantage

2.THE POST OF ACCOUNTANT

Duties and responsibilities:

The Accountant will report to the Financial controller, the following are responsibilities:

1. Manage all daily accounting operations including Billing, accounts receivable, account payable, and stock movement;

2. Maintains accounting ledgers by verifying, recording, and posting financial information of the corporation;

3. Oversee the preparation of journal entries and initial them before forwarding them to the financial controller for endorsement;

4. Prepare monthly bank reconciliation and ensure properly reviewed, approved by authorities and filed for future use;

5. Prepare Petty Cash Vouchers and petty cash report;

6. Provide independent control of branch activities and ensure that are carries out in accordance with provisions of corporate financial management policies and procedure;

7. Monitor budget plan execution and ensure over-runs are investigated and commented on;

8. Prepare Monthly receivable and creditors reconciliation statement;

9. Stand for WASAC when banking queries arise and ensure that are close professionally;

10. Prepare and verify source documents requesting payments;

11. Collecting all invoices and obtaining approval for payment;

12. Record fixed asset acquisitions and dispositions in the accounting system;

13. Track the compilation of project costs into fixed asset accounts for updating cost centers,

14. Manage the flow of water project costs and ensure their respective cost centers are closed at the fully completion of water projects;

15. Conduct periodic reviews of the fixed asset schedule to determine disposal, impairment, reclassification, and re-scheduling of useful lives of fixed assets;

16. Accurate computation of depreciation for fixed assets that is in accordance of WASAC accounting policies;

17. Conduct periodic physical inventory counts of fixed assets and ensure reconciliation with the general ledger balances;

18. Active participation in year-end activities and closure of financial periods as provided for in public financial management procedures and WASAC policies

19. Conduct analysis related to fixed assets as requested by management

20. File tax returns and declarations on timely basis as per the provisions of income tax act of Rwandan jurisdiction

21. Arrange and organize temporary differences at the level that WASAC remain at appealing tax position especially in time of computing:

 Deferred tax asset
 Deferred tax liabilities
 Claiming input tax
 Claiming tax credit on computation of taxable profit
 Compliance with all provisions of Rwandan tax regime (direct and indirect tax laws)

22. Participate in preparation financial reports and other management accounts requested

23. Maintain an organized filing system for all accounting documents;

24. Protects organization’s value by keeping information confidential

25. Perform any other assignment, duties or activities as assigned by management

Job Requirements

 Having at least a bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Management, Business administration and Statistics;

 Proven 3 years working experience in the field of Finance and Accounting;

 Computer literacy and familiarity with standard office computer applications;

 The candidate must be between 21-45 years old;

 Ability to work under pressure to meet the deadline and under minimum supervision;

 Have strong management and negotiation skills;

 Excellent interpersonal and communication skills;

 Possess the Organizational Skills, High analytical Skills, complex Problem Solving, Time management Skills and Team work Skills;

 Fluent in Kinyarwanda, English and/ or French; knowledge of all is an advantage.

How to apply

 The interested candidates must submit the following documents to WASAC ltd Head office at Centenary House, Nyarugenge District Kigali City addressed to the Chief Executive officer;

– Application letter;
– Updated and detailed CV;
– A copy of Degree;
– Copy of Identity card;
– Service certificate as the proof of the related working experience for Accounting position;

The application documents should reach at WASAC Ltd Head Office Central secretariat not later than 03/09/ 2019 at 05:00pm.

Only selected candidate will be contacted

For more information,please download official advert (pdf)

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