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Over the last several years, Djibouti has enjoyed steady economic growth due to success in macro-economic adjustment efforts. Economic adjustment measures taken included downsizing the civil service, implementing a pension reform, and strengthening public expenditure institutions.

Djibouti has a wealth of renewable energy resources; so much so, in fact, that the country is moving towards moving to renewable energy sources powering the country entirely, which experts say is more than achievable.

Although a lesser-visited country in Africa, Djibouti has myriad attractions, from beaches with great snorkelling sites, to Djibouti City, to Lake Assal, to name but a few. The climate is pleasant and nature lovers will enjoy all the country has to offer.

Djibouti is generally safe and crime levels are low. Healthcare access is limited however, but private healthcare is available. For expatriates, there are international schools that are mostly Francophone.

CA Global has been recruiting in Africa for 15 years and places highly qualified professionals – local, Diaspora, and foreign expats – in positions in Djibouti across various sectors. Go to our Africa Jobs portal to see our job board for the latest jobs in Djibouti.

Reference No. CDTBLR-FAOA-PE-001

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CA Global Headhunters has been retained by the Afreximbank based in Cairo, Egypt to recruit for this position. For more information on the Afreximbank please visit their website www.afreximbank.com.  Should you meet the minimum requirements and wish to apply for the position please apply directly to CA Global Headhunters.

About FEDA: The Fund for Export Development in Africa (“FEDA”) is the impact investment subsidiary of Afreximbank set up to provide equity, quasi-equity, and debt capital to finance the multi-billion-dollar funding gap (particularly in equity) needed to transform the trade sector in Africa.

Reference Number: CDTBLR-FAOA-PE-001

 

Job Summary:

FEDA is seeking an experienced and accomplished Associate Finance and Operations (AFO) to join FEDA, a leading multi-strategy impact investment platform. As the AFO, you would play a pivotal role in supporting the Assistant Manager Finance & Operations in overseeing the finance, administration and operations function of a multi-strategy investment firm ensuring effective strategic financial planning, financial management, reporting, service providers management as well as leading internal and external audits etc. The primary limited partner (LP) of FEDA is a top-tier multilateral financial institution, which adds specific requirements to the role. The AFO will play a crucial role in supporting effective financial management, compliance, operational efficiency, and risk management.

 

Responsibilities:

Financial Strategy and Planning

  • Work closely with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and the Assistant Manager Finance & Operations (AMFO) on executing the organization’s financial strategy in alignment with its overall goals and objectives.
  • Under the leadership of the AMFO, execute the financial planning, forecasting, and budgeting processes.

Financial Management and Reporting

  • Under the leadership of the AMFO, support all aspects of the finance function for FEDA’s entities and fund strategies, including accounting, reporting, cash flow management, ing (external audit and internal audit), risk and compliance processes.
  • Support conception and completion of workstreams with internal and external service providers including external auditors, internal auditors, risk, and compliance service providers etc.
  • Ensure accurate and timely preparation of quarterly Board and Investors reports as well as monthly, quarterly, and annual financial statements for all the FEDA entities.
  • Under the supervision of the AMFO, support the investment team during transactions including capital calls, compliance with funds’ policies, approved due diligence budgets, establishment of investment vehicles as well as any tax or regulatory filings.
  • Monitor and analyze financial performance of each of FEDA’s funds and identify opportunities for improvement and risk mitigation.

Fundraising and Investor Relations

  • Participate in fundraising efforts, including the preparation of investors’ presentations and financial materials.

Compliance and Risk Management

  • Ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations, internal policy, and industry standards.
  • Implement and maintain robust internal controls to safeguard assets and mitigate financial risks.
  • Work closing with internal and external service providers to ensure adherence to internal policy, regulatory requirements, or best industry practice.

Leadership and Development

  • Cultivate a culture of excellence, accountability, and continuous improvement within the finance and administration department.

 

Requirements: Qualification and Skill

Skills and Competencies:

  • Analytical Thinking: Ability to dissect complex financial information, identify key trends and insights, and draw logical conclusions.
  • Valuation: Proficient in fair value of financial assets (IPEV guidelines), valuation and accounting of portfolio companies and various investment instruments used in the industry (e.g. straight equity, quasi-equity, mezzanine, convertible loan notes, fund of funds participation etc.)
  • Attention to Detail: Strong focus on accuracy and precision in financial analysis, data interpretation, and report preparation.
  • Communication: Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English, with the ability to effectively articulate financial reporting to Senior Management, instances of governance and external stakeholders.
  • Adaptability: Ability to thrive in a fast-paced and dynamic environment, managing multiple projects and priorities effectively, with strong work ethic.
  • Teamwork: Collaborative mindset, excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work effectively within a team, across departments and with external partners.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in finance, accounting, economics, or a related field with a strong academic performance. An MBA/MSc in finance or accounting is preferred.
  • Proven experience in a financial role within a multi-strategy private equity fund or equivalent. A minimum of 4 years of work experience in a similar role is highly desirable.
  • Strong knowledge of fund structures, fund accounting and valuation techniques ( as per international private equity and venture capital association) for the private equity, debt fund and fund of funds sectors. audit
  • Outstanding communication and presentation abilities in English, both written and verbal.
  • Detailed-oriented, with excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment.

Contractual information:

  • Permanent
  • Willing and able to relocate to Rwanda and open to further relocation later if required.
  • Suitably qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to Chalden Du Toit at cdutoit@caglobalint.com

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

Chalden Du Toit

Consultant - Global

Banking & Finance

CA Global will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful however your CV will be kept on our database for any other suitable positions.

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Job CategoryFinance

Job Reference: CDTBLR-FAOA-PE-001

Reference No. BRJA018

 

 

 

 

CA Global Headhunters has been retained by the Afreximbank based in Cairo, Egypt to recruit for this position. For more information on the Afreximbank please visit their website www.afreximbank.com.  Should you meet the minimum requirements and wish to apply for the position please apply directly to CA Global Headhunters.

 

About FEDA: The Fund for Export Development in Africa (“FEDA”) is the impact investment subsidiary of Afreximbank set up to provide equity, quasi-equity, and debt capital to finance the multi-billion-dollar funding gap (particularly in equity) needed to transform the trade sector in Africa

Reference Number: BRJA018

Job Summary:

As an Investment Manager at FEDA, you will play a pivotal role in each stage of the investment process for our Direct Investment Fund strategy. This role involves leading the assessment of potential investments, overseeing financial analysis, driving deal structuring and negotiation, managing due diligence, and monitoring portfolio performance. You will also work closely with cross-functional teams, guiding the drafting of concept papers for various projects. The ideal candidate should possess exceptional analytical skills, a deep understanding of the private equity sector, and experience with direct investments, particularly in Africa. An ability to excel in a dynamic and fast-paced environment is crucial.

Responsibilities:

  • Lead, manage and mentor the investment team through all phases of the investment process and the funds’ life cycle, including deal origination, evaluation of investment opportunities, participation in investment committees and board meetings, portfolio company management, exit strategies, and fundraising activities.
  • Conduct and oversee thorough risk assessments, identify opportunities, and evaluate the potential merits of investments or innovative greenfield projects.
  • Lead and supervise comprehensive financial analysis, modeling, and valuation to evaluate potential investment opportunities and perform portfolio monitoring.
  • Manage the deal structuring process including analyzing investment terms, preparing term sheets and investment memos, leading negotiations and coordinating deal execution meetings.
  • Lead in depth due diligence on target companies, including interactions with executive management and research industry trends, competitive landscapes, and financial performance.
  • Coordinate with due diligence advisors, oversee the review of their deliverables and present findings to FEDA’s management and investment and strategy committee.
  • Evaluate and report on the performance of portfolio companies, identifying key performance indicators and suggesting improvements. Oversee the value-creation plan, including ESG action plan for portfolio companies.
  • Prepare and oversee the preparation of monthly and quarterly investment reports to FEDA’s governance bodies (Executive Management, Board, Investors etc.)
  • Stay informed on market trends, regulatory changes, and economic factors that may impact FEDA’s investments.
  • Lead and contribute to fundraising efforts, including creating marketing materials and participating in investor meetings for portfolio companies or FEDA’s funds.
  • Undertake additional senior-level responsibilities as assigned by Management.

Skills and Competencies:

  • Analytical Thinking: Advanced analytical thinking and financial modeling skills, with a strong focus on mentoring junior staff in these areas.
  • Enhanced research and due diligence capabilities, with a focus on leading comprehensive investment analysis and strategy development.
  • Exceptional attention to detail and precision in financial analysis, data interpretation, report preparation, and guiding team members in these tasks.
  • Superior communication skills in English, both written and verbal, with the ability to effectively articulate complex financial concepts and mentor others in communication skills.
  • Strong leadership and adaptability, capable of managing multiple projects and priorities while mentoring a dynamic team.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in finance, economics, banking, engineering, sciences, or a related field with outstanding academic performance.
  • Minimum 7 years of work experience, 5 of which in investment banking, private equity, or a similar financial role is highly desirable.
  • Extensive understanding of financial analysis techniques, valuation methodologies, and investment principles.
  • Expertise in financial modeling, Excel, and other relevant analytical tools.
  • Exceptional problem-solving and critical-thinking skills, with a demonstrated ability to analyze and interpret complex financial data.
  • Proficiency and extensive experience in the legal and regulatory frameworks governing private equity investments.
  • Commitment to accuracy in financial analysis and reporting, with an ability to lead a team in maintaining these standards.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to present complex information clearly and concisely, and mentor team members in developing these skills.
  • Ability to work effectively in a team-oriented environment, leading and collaborating with professionals from diverse backgrounds.

Contractual information:

  • Permanent
  • Willing and able to relocate to Rwanda and open to further relocation later if required.
  • Suitably qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to Jamie Admas at jadams@caglobalint.com

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

Jamie Adams

Recruitment Consultant

Banking & Finance

CA Global will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful however your CV will be kept on our database for any other suitable positions

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Job CategoryOther

Job Reference: BRJA018

Reference No. BRJA08

 

 

 

 

CA Global Headhunters has been retained by the Afreximbank based in Cairo, Egypt to recruit for this position. For more information on the Afreximbank please visit their website www.afreximbank.com.  Should you meet the minimum requirements and wish to apply for the position please apply directly to CA Global Headhunters.

 

About FEDA: The Fund for Export Development in Africa (“FEDA”) is the impact investment subsidiary of Afreximbank set up to provide equity, quasi-equity, and debt capital to finance the multi-billion-dollar funding gap (particularly in equity) needed to transform the trade sector in Africa

 

Reference Number: BRJA08

Job Summary:

As an Assistant Investment Manager, you will assist the investment team across each stage of the investment process, for each of FEDA’s funds strategies but with a focus on its strategic initiatives fund strategy ($250 million fund strategy dedicated to high impact greenfield investments in critical sectors). You will be responsible for assessing potential investments, conducting financial analysis, supporting deal structuring and negotiation, performing due diligence, and monitoring portfolio performance etc. You will also collaborate with cross-functional teams to support the drafting of concept papers for innovative projects. The ideal candidate possesses very strong analytical skills, a solid understanding of the private equity sector and greenfield investments in Africa, and the ability to thrive in a dynamic and fast-paced environment..

Responsibilities:

  • Support the investment team across each phase of the investment process and the funds’ life cycle including in the areas of deal origination, evaluation of prospective investment or new initiatives, investment committees, Board or internal presentations, portfolio company management, exit strategies and fund-raising activities.
  • Support the investment manager with assessing risks, opportunities, and potential merits of proposed investments or innovative greenfield projects
  • Conduct comprehensive financial analysis, modeling and valuation to evaluate potential investment opportunities and perform portfolio monitoring.
  • Support the deal structuring process by analyzing investment terms, preparing term sheets and investment memos, and participating in negotiations. Take charge of organizing deal execution meetings with active follow-up on implementation of key decisions.
  • Perform due diligence on target companies, including meeting with executive management, researching industry trends, competitive landscapes, and financial performance. Support the Investment Manager in coordinating due diligence advisors, play an active role in reviewing their deliverables and presenting it to FEDA’s management and its investment and strategy committee.
  • Support Investment Manager with development, implementation and monitoring of value-creation plan including ESG action plan for portfolio companies
  • Monitor and evaluate the performance of portfolio companies, identifying key performance indicators and providing recommendations for improvement.
  • Prepare monthly and quarterly investment reports to FEDA’s governance (Executive 4 This item is classified as Public Management, Board, Investors etc.)
  • Stay updated on market trends, regulatory changes, and economic factors that may impact FEDA
  • Assist in fundraising efforts, including creating marketing materials and participating in investor meetings for portfolio companies or FEDA’s funds.
  • Perform other duties assigned by Management.

Requirements: Skills and Competencies

  • Analytical Thinking: Ability to dissect complex financial information, identify key trends and insights, and draw logical conclusions.
  • Financial Modeling: Proficient in building and utilizing financial models to assess investment opportunities, forecast financial performance, value an investment, and evaluate risk.
  • Research and Due Diligence: Skilled in conducting comprehensive research, analyzing market trends, and performing due diligence on potential investments.
  • Attention to Detail: Strong focus on accuracy and precision in financial analysis, data interpretation, and report preparation.
  • Communication: Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English, with the ability to effectively articulate investment recommendations and complex financial concepts.
  • Adaptability: Ability to thrive in a fast-paced and dynamic environment, managing multiple projects and priorities effectively with strong work ethic.
  • Teamwork: Collaborative mindset, excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work effectively within a team and across departments.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in finance, economics, banking, engineering, sciences, or a related field with a strong academic performance. An MBA/MSc in finance, economics, accounting or banking will be an added advantage
  • Minimum 5 years of work experience, 3 of which in investment banking, private equity, or a similar financial role is highly desirable.
  • Strong understanding of financial analysis techniques, valuation methodologies, and investment principles.
  • Proficient in financial modeling, Excel, and other relevant analytical tools.
  • Strong problem-solving and critical-thinking skills, with the ability to analyze and interpret complex financial data.
  • Familiarity with legal and regulatory frameworks governing private equity investments.
  • Exceptional attention to detail and a commitment to accuracy in financial analysis and reporting.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to present complex information in a clear and concise manner.
  • Ability to work effectively in a team-oriented environment, collaborating with professionals from diverse backgrounds.

Contractual information:

  • Permanent
  • Willing and able to relocate to Rwanda and open to further relocation later if required.
  • Suitably qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to Jamie Adams at jadams@caglobalint.com

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

Jamie Adams

Recruitment Consultant

Banking & Finance

CA Global will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful however your CV will be kept on our database for any other suitable positions.

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Job CategoryOther

Job Reference: BRJA08

Reference No. CDTHOCBO

Job Description:

Our banking client in Mauritius are looking for a dynamic Head of Compliance whose primary role is to develop and implement a compliance framework which enables the bank to consistently comply with local legislations, regulations and guidelines.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Develop written AML/CFT policies and procedures that are approved by the Board and are implemented throughout the bank.
  • The policies and procedures should ensure ongoing compliance with the regulatory requirements and controls.
  • Ensure the enforcement the AML/CFT policies in the bank.
  • Conduct enterprise-wide risk assessments of ML/TF risks including the timely assessments of new products and services as well as new technology and processes.
  • Ensure systems resources, including those required to identify and report suspicious transactions, are appropriate in all relevant areas of the institution.
  • Ensure that ongoing training programs on ML and TF are current and relevant and are carried out for all employees, senior management and the Board.
  • Report regularly on key AML/CFT risk management and control issues, and any necessary remedial actions, arising from audit, inspection, and compliance reviews.
  • Conduct periodic assessments of AML/CFT control mechanisms to ensure their continued relevance and effectiveness in addressing changing ML/TF risks.
  • Carry out sample testing of compliance processes and review of exception reports to alert Senior Management or the Board of Directors of any non-adherence to AML/CFT procedures.
  • Contribute to the development of policies but are not limited to: Sanctions; Anti Bribery; Privacy and Information Compliance; Third Party Management and Outsourcing; Employee Activities; Conduct Risk; Ethics; Surveillance, Compliance Assurance; Compliance Monitoring; Prudential Regulatory Compliance.
  • Sign-off on the annual AML/CFT risk management plan.
  • Setting out how ML/TF risk will be managed within Mauritius and its constituent parts, and the role to be played by AML/CFT Core Functional Leads and other regulatory compliance in order to achieve the risk management plan.
  • Identification of the jurisdictional AML/CFT requirements, accountabilities and the process ownership and monitoring and testing ownership, as well as the determination of suitable staffing, hours required and secured budget in order to achieve the state of the AML/CFT function within risk appetite will be set out in the risk management plan, which will be reviewed quarterly.
  • Preparing quarterly compliance reports, in accordance with the approved format, and in adherence to all established requirements for the Board/Committee reporting.
  • Enhancing Governance by:
    • Providing a valued interactive program of support and compliance risk management services covering the assessment and reporting of Key ML/TF Risks across products, services, functions, legal entities, service centres and the jurisdiction as a whole.
    • Providing stakeholders with insight and practical solutions as well as credible challenge to improve the ethical control culture and conduct risk environment.
    • Timely reporting of significant local AML/CFT regulatory issues to local, overseas, regional, and global stakeholders.
  • Maintaining on-going assessment and reporting of the of the AML/CFT function through the relevant governance committees
  • Providing Stakeholder Support and Building Strong Relationships by:
    • Developing senior management relationships, inclusive of non-executive directors, the CEO, COO as well as product functional and entity/service line management.
  • Ensuring that the regulatory change management requirements and processes, along with the regulatory AML/CFT control framework for existing requirements, are effectively operating within the country with respect to the identification, impact assessment and implementation of all applicable AML/CFT laws, regulations, rules and related processes, controls and reporting on impact of the bank.
  • Informing the bank’s senior management and directors, and the business management of significant AML/CFT compliance matters that require their attention or action.
  • Proactively anticipate and help the business and AML/CFT core functions plan for changes in the compliance and regulatory environment in the country.
  • Provide support to AML/CFT compliance programs and business management on policy interpretation and “grey area” exposures.
  • Be the “tone at the top” who sets AML/CFT compliance culture in the bank.
  • Build and maintain strong relationships with other department heads, including Legal, Risk Management, including Operational Risk Management, and Internal Audit to create a supportive and seamless compliance and ethical control culture and an appropriate ML/TF risk environment
  • Management and development of regulatory relationships.
  • Coordinating as the key interface with regulators on compliance risk management issues and supervisory examinations.
  • First point of contact for regulatory authorities on all AML/CFT issues

 

Requirements: Qualification and Skill

  • Postgraduate degree, Professional qualification (i.e. Attorney preferred).
  • ACAMS certificate or equivalent.
  • Minimum 10 years working experience in banking, external auditing, risk and compliance or consulting in financial services sector with a minimum of 5 years in a senior management role.
  • Experience in dealing with senior officials in government, senior management and industry.
  • Extensive knowledge of AML/CFT compliance environment.
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills
  • Good analytical and reporting skills
  • Being able to shape others thinking.
  • Gets to the heart of complex problems and issues.
  • Thinks broadly and strategically
  • Open to new ideas and experiences.

 

If you wish to apply for the position please send your CV to Chalden Du Toit at cdutoit@caglobalint.com

 

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

Chalden Du Toit

Consultant

CA Finance

 

CA Global will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful however your CV will be kept on our database for any other suitable positions.

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Job CategoryFinance

Job Reference: CDTHOCBO

Reference No. LJ-SR-014

 

 

 

 

CA Global Headhunters has been retained by ATIDI based in Nairobi, Kenya to recruit for this position. For more information on ATIDI please visit their website www.atidi.africa. Should you meet the minimum requirements and wish to apply for the position please apply directly to CA Global Headhunters.

 

Reference Number: LJ-SR-014

 

Nature and Scope:

Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), the Finance Officer- Treasury & Investments shall be responsible for supporting the Senior Finance Officer - Treasury & investments and the CFO in Investment activities, and monitoring capital invested to ensure maximised returns and adherence to investment guidelines.

 

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Maintain proper operational controls;
  • Booking Call Deposits on the Bank system as well as the investment systems;
  • Ensure that proper books of accounts of ATIDI are kept;
  • Record and process in timely manner all investment transactions and any other transactions (capital, borrowings, claims and recoveries) that the Investment Account is in charge of, and ensure accuracy in posting transactions;
  • Prepare the monthly closure of accounts and ensure that deadlines are met;
  • Prepare monthly and quarterly performance analysis on investments (growth and variance analysis against the budget);
  • Draft investment letters to fund managers;
  • Prepare bank reconciliations for all local banks and fund managers;
  • Undertake the reconciliations of balance sheet accounts on a monthly basis;
  • Undertake the reconciliations of custodians and asset managers’ statements;
  • Resolve accounting discrepancies and irregularities in timely manner;
  • Conduct on a monthly basis balance sheet reconciliation peer reviews;
  • Process fund transfers to fund managers;
  • Compute interest accruals and revaluing of loans;
  • Process loan repayments in a timely manner;
  • Review of new contracts, legal contractual obligations and covenants with fund managers and other counterparties;
  • Maintain and improve ATIDI’s investment software in liaison with the software developer;
  • Manage relationships with ATIDI’s banks, asset managers and custodians;
  • Administer the bank opening process with new banks;
  • Monitor ATIDI’s Investment portfolio;
  • Ensure that the investment committee’s decisions are implemented in timely manner;
  • Manage and maintain the company shareholders’ accounts;
  • Prepare and facilitate internal and external audits;
  • Ensure all audit findings under the responsibility of the Investment Accountant are followed-up and addressed in timely manner;
  • Prepare cash-flow projections;
  • Ensure all standing instructions requiring any input control or action are always met and observed precisely and correctly;
  • Ensure investment manuals, policies and procedures are abided by;
  • Improve investment manuals, policies, procedures and internal controls;
  • Conduct ATIDI’s share price valuations;
  • Compute ATIDI’s dividend allocation to shareholders;
  • Capitalize ATIDI’s shareholders’ capital contributions and dividends based on the prevailing share price;
  • Prepare detailed analysis of the performance of the investment portfolio to enable and support MIC investment decision making, evaluate the FX currency risk exposure in line with set Forex policies and guidelines and actively monitoring currency mismatches;
  • Participate in the compilation of investment budget;
  • Recommend to the CFO/Senior Finance Officer- Treasury & Investments revision to the investment policy to realign it to changing market conditions;
  • Embed sustainability into the investment portfolio;
  • Input into the investments section of the quarterly management and Board report; and
  • Perform such other duties as may be assigned to you from time to time.

 

Qualification & Skills:

  • A Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA), Finance or Accounting Option;
  • A Bachelor’s degree in Finance or Accounting;
  • Professional accounting and Investment qualifications e.g. CPA or ACCA, CFA;
  • A minimum of five (5) years Investment relevant experience;
  • Experience in financial investment accounting;
  • Knowledge of IFRS and accounting procedures;
  • Good understanding of financial investments;
  • Strong analytical skills with a high level of accuracy and attention to details;
  • Strong planning and organizing skills;
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines;
  • Problem solving and decision-making skills;
  • Proactive and autonomous;
  • Demonstrate ATIDI's core values of Integrity, transparency and accountability, creativity, unity of purpose, diligence and efficiency and stakeholder first approach;
  • Ability to work in a multi-cultural environment;
  • Excellent communication (oral, written and presentation) and interpersonal skills;
  • Proficiency in standard office computer applications;
  • Excellent computer skills (accounting systems, Excel and the other standard office computer applications);
  • Good report writing and presentation skills; and
  • French language competency will be an added advantage

 

Benefits and Contractual information:

  • 3 year renewable contract 
  • Willing and able to reside in Nairobi, Kenya.
  • Only qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

The closing date for application is 11 August 2024 at Midnight Nairobi time.

 

Please submit an Application Letter, Personal History Form, CV, plus details of your current remuneration package along with the details of three referees to atidi-recruitment@caglobalint.com 

 

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

CA Global Finance

 

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Job Reference: JA-SR- 0036

Reference No. MTBFCA3

Reference Number: MTBFCA3

Job Description:

Our client, a private equity fund with a global presence, is seeking a high-level Regional Credit Analyst to oversee the East African region portfolio of clients from a credit perspective. The primary responsibility is to ensure thorough understanding, ongoing monitoring, and effective management of the credit risk associated with these borrowers, from their introduction into the fund until full repayment of their loans. The successful candidate will serve as a key contact and representative for the group in the East African region and must be capable of managing office operations as needed.

 

Responsibilities:

  1. Credit Analysis:
  • Critically analyze a client’s business upfront and on an ongoing basis ensuring the Credit Risk is understood, monitored, and managed.
  • Rate clients through rating model and analyze & comment on financial statements.
  • Prepare and be primarily responsible for credit applications with input from originators.
  • Analyze, interpret & interrogate financial models and check assumptions to ensure appropriate models are presented to the Committee for approval.
  • Client visits upon onboarding and full independent credit analysis for each new transaction.
  • Evaluate and monitor collateral and other credit risk mitigations.
  • Presentation to Riparian Credit Committee and other company Committees where appropriate.
  • Manage all credit related matters on a portfolio of clients from pre-approval to disbursement to post trade disbursement monitoring.
  • Manage portfolio of clients within an acceptable NPL ratio.
  • Perform annual reviews, quarterly one pager on high level risks and issues, challenge credit applications, stress test, collateral evaluation & monitoring, payment behavior & history.
  • Follow up on roll report, approve smart arrears.
  • Country, industry, covenants monitoring, breaches, monitoring credit exposures, own credit exposure and maintain client relationships.
  • Systematic review of financials at borrower level. Quarterly stress testing of client profile considering a) country analysis b) collateral changes c) industry analysis d) monthly stress testing of LTV potential shortfall where relevant. Monthly/quarterly frequency with review in appropriate committee (at least for part of D). Periodic review of Expected Credit Loss assumptions.
  • Timely identification of high-risk exposures for transfer to the Proactive Risk Management list. Develop stress testing framework.

 

  1. Country Risk Analysis:
  • Analyze trends and developments where the companies’ borrowers are and suggest mitigation strategies where necessary.
  • Active oversight of country developments (economic growth, political developments, upcoming elections).
  • Leverage existing S&P ratings, periodic one-pager on country development with clients’ exposures, level of comfort.
  • Monitor Country Risk Exposure and report aggregate credit exposure at country level.
  • Stress testing of credit exposure at country level across all borrowers within a country.
  • Report to appropriate committees on a regular basis with country overview.

 

  1. Credit Approvals:
  • Responsible for credit paper and taking deals through the credit process from origination to post close monitoring.
  • Pre-trade approvals – provide guidance on credit appetite and deal structuring before presentation to Credit Committee
  • Approve/escalate margin calls as appropriate.
  • Ensure deals are legally structured in accordance with credit conditions and approvals.
  • Approval of non-standard settlements and legal terms, escalation (e.g. longer cure period, longer close out, longer termination period). Determine appropriate LMT terms (limits monitoring, margin payments, termination). Legal & Credit to work together to reach satisfactory outcomes in legal agreements with terms impacting Credit.
  • Approval of collateral managers/monitors where required and maintain list of approved collateral managers.
  • Ensure relevant representation of industry experts for transactions as part of the Credit process (e.g. expertise in collateral management for particular commodities).
  • Ensure conditions are fully closed at or prior to deal closing.
  • Perform other ad-hoc tasks e.g. take minutes at Credit Committees, handle queries, report on the portfolio, etc.

 

Requirements:

  1. Essential Qualification:
  • First Degree or equivalent in Finance, Accounting or Economics
  • MBA, (CA) or equivalent is an added advantage.

 

  1. Key Criteria Experience:
  • Corporate / SME Credit Analyst
  • Trade Finance/Structured Trade Finance/Working Capital Finance/Supply Chain Finance Experience
  • Africa Experience

 

  1. Essential Experience:
  • 3 years Credit Analysis
  • 2 years Wholesale/Investment/Business Banking
  • 2 years solid understanding of finance and risk related matters affecting the company.
  • 2 years In-depth experience in portfolio and risk management
  • 3 years proficient use of Microsoft Office with Excel and Word at an advanced level.
  • 2 years’ experience doing business in Africa.

 

  1. Essential Knowledge:
  • Write technical and non-technical communication, including developing appropriate reports for stakeholders relating to clients & deals.
  • Analyse and improve policies and procedures in accordance with best practice.
  • Analyse, interpret and understand financial statements and complex financial models with an understanding of accounting practices, legal, tax, industry and regulatory requirements.
  • Collect and analyse appropriate data to recognize key themes and trends and take appropriate action on existing or new deals in the portfolio.

 

  1. Essential Skills:
  • Strong Verbal communication (Negotiation)
  • Written communication
  • Planning & organizing
  • Compliance
  • Networking & connecting
  • Time management
  • Maintaining long term relationships

 

Benefits and Contractual information:

  • Full time position based remotely anywhere in East Africa
  • Great package on offer
  • Willingness to travel from time to time for the company.

 

If you wish to apply for the position please send your CV to Matthew Taylor at mataylor@caglobalint.com

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

Matthew Taylor

Recruitment Specialist

CA Global Finance

 

CA Global will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful however your CV will be kept on our database for any other suitable positions.

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Job CategoryFinance

Job Reference: MTBFCA3

Reference No. LJ-SR-0012

The Chief Operating Officer (“COO”) will, in conjunction with the Chief Executive Officer (“CEO”), be expected to play a lead role in the day-to-day running of the business in Malawi including providing direction and leadership toward the achievement of the organisation’s strategic business plan objectives and annual goals.

 

Key Deliverables of the Chief Operating Officer:

 

Product and systems knowledge:

  • Ensure full understanding of the businesses operating systems and applications and become the custodian of the businesses Malawi product and systems knowledge.
  • Ensure that all staff are appropriately trained and updated in terms of product and system knowledge.

 

Deal inflows and processing:

  • Ensure that all relevant staff are appropriately trained on the deal origination processes.
  • Ensure that all client applications and deals received per branch and per agent are appropriately logged and that volumes and speed of processing is regularly monitored and managed.
  • Ensure that deal turnaround time from receipt to disbursement is appropriately monitored and managed.
  • Ensure that all deals are loaded onto PSM with correct instalments and terms recorded prior to disbursement.
  • Facilitate the audit of all deals received to ensure compliance and to ensure zero tolerance for audit errors.
  • Ensure that all consolidation deals are recorded, cheques are collected and deposited to the respective supplier’s accounts, third party settlement letters are prepared, applicable third party uploads are cancelled before disbursement of the balance of the application and turnaround time herein is closely monitored and managed.
  • Ensure that bank letters for disbursements are prepared, signed and delivered to all banks on time and whenever there is a delay liaise with the service centres to avoid clients calling in enquiring about their money.

 

Collections functions:

  • Maintain overall responsibility for effective management of the entire credit control function.
  • Daily monitoring and management of credit control activities and results.
  • Daily, weekly and monthly reporting on collections results.

 

Operational management:

  • Maintain overall responsibility for the entire back office team and their respective functions.
  • Operationally monitor internal and external customer service levels, in consultation with any identified internal and external stakeholders.
  • Recommend strategies for improving operations of the department.
  • Maintain ongoing and updated knowledge of all Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s) and become the custodian thereof.
  • Prepare weekly and monthly reports including overseeing monthly internal audit reports.
  • Arrange management meetings and provide input to steer the business towards achieving its objectives.
  • Maintain responsibility for management of the company’s assets, including motor vehicles and computer equipment.
  • Track pool car usage, expiry date for tax clearances and insurances and ensure that the vehicles are serviced and road worthy at all times.
  • Maintain control and oversight over all creditors’ payments.

 

Staff management:

  • Conduct staff training from time to time and provide ongoing support.
  • Management of the performance of all members of your team, including drafting, monitoring and evaluating key performance indicators for each role within the team.
  • Aligned with this, you will also be responsible for regular assessment of individual performance, including formal performance appraisals and management of poor performance.

 

 IT and physical environment:

  • Maintain responsibility for all IT functions and the physical environment within the
  • business, in consultation with Group IT.
  • Identify and attend to any queries on the system timeously.

 

Provide support to CEO:

  • Provide operational support to the CEO, as may be required from time to time, in addition to the aforementioned functions and responsibilities.
  • Fulfil the role of CEO role in cases where the CEO is unavailable, on leave or incapacitated.

 

Requirements: Qualification and Skill

  • A relevant tertiary qualification is essential.
  • A post graduate qualification will be advantageous

 

Experience / Background Preference

  • The company will only look at candidates who have no less than FIVE to TEN years relevant, working experience.
  • Extensive experience in the financial services sector is essential.
  • Experience in the Microfinance industry will be advantageous.
  • Previous exposure to Africa will be highly advantageous.
  • Solid management, accounting and legal skills are essential.
  • Previous Collections experience will be advantageous.
  • Knowledge of Malawi and general Microfinance laws relating to financial services, particularly with regard to Microlending is essential.
  • A strong command of English, both written and verbal is a requirement of the job.

 

Key Competencies

The successful candidate will need to demonstrate the following:

  • Determination to win and be the best.
  • Extraordinary and proven people management and leadership skills, preferably with people from different cultures and countries.
  • Above average EQ and substantial experience in the leadership of teams.
  • Self-assurance and a confident manner.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Ability to engage with clients at the highest level of decision-making.
  • The ability to influence and persuade others.
  • Strong analytical skills, with the ability to assess complex situations and use creativity to solve problems.
  • Established negotiation skills and Strong presentation skills.
  • A self-starter who is proactive, shows initiative, displays high levels of self-motivation and assumes responsibility for projects.
  • Proven ability to operate independently and exercise significant latitude for independent judgment, discretion and action.
  • Strong time management skills – the ability to prioritise and handle multiple tasks within strict time frames within a fast-paced environment.
  • High energy levels.
  • Strict attention to detail.
  • Strategic thinking.
  • The ability to debate in a constructive manner and to challenge conventional wisdom.
  • The ability to build strong relationships with team members, company management and clients.
  • A strong work ethic.
  • Be alert to changing situations, show flexibility in approach, adaptability in difficult circumstances and continuously strive to achieve meaningful results. A strong command of English, both written and verbal is a requirement of the job.

 

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to ljoubert@caglobalint.com

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

Lara Joubert

Recruitment Specialist       

CA Finance

 

CA Global will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful however your CV will be kept on our database for any other suitable positions.

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Job CategoryFinance

Job Reference: LJ-SR-0012

Reference No. LJ-SR-0011

The Collections Manager will be responsible for overseeing and managing the entire collections process and staff of Uganda. This will include the management of and reporting on both early and late-stage collections to ensure accurate processing and collections of payments, within targeted and budgeted requirements as well as providing leadership and guidance to all collections staff.

 

Key Deliverables of the Collections Manager 

Ensure monthly collections remain at an acceptable group level:

  • Ensure all payments from employers are obtained each month and follow up with UCLA and, where applicable, follow up with the employer, on any outstanding payments.
  • Ensure MOU’s are in place for all approved employers prior to entering into any loan agreements, where applicable, and the reservations of loans are obtained where required.
  • Payroll collections to be improved to and maintained above 95%.
  • Second-tier debit order platform collections to be improved to levels above 50% on a consistent basis.
  • Strive to improve arrears to levels below 3%.
  • Strive to improve provision levels below 5%.
  • Ensure the correct collections strategies and campaigns for early and late stage collections are implemented to maintain loan book provisions at the agreed rate.
  • Ensure failed collections are analyzed and categorised timeously and appropriate actions to collect are put in place and followed through by the Collections Team.
  • Source, contract and supervise all internal and external collections partners, such as credit bureaus, external collections agents and trace partners, as well as legal partners.
  • Ensure that all uncollectable debt is appropriately motivated and timeously written off, based on standing company policies and industry regulations, after all efforts to collect outstanding amounts has failed.
  • Support the Chief Executive Officer, Regional Collections Manager and Head of Credit & Risk in interpreting failed collections and arrears information and in the implementation of corrective actions to recover losses and prevent future occurrences.
  • Adhere to all company and collections Standard Operating Procedures (“SOPs”).

 

Relationship management:

  • Ensure that sound relationships are created and maintained with key staff and management at the payrolls of all Government Ministries, UMRA Departments and Agencies (“MDAs”) and private entities which Access deals with, as well as with external service providers (UCLA).
  • Ensure that the names, contact numbers and details of all interactions are documented, indexed and preserved.
  • Ensure that relationships are structured to ensure that there is a high level of redundancy (back up) through ensuring that the relationships exist across a broad set of Access staff members.

 

Arrears category management:

  • Ensure that all categories of arrears are equitably and timeously monitored, managed and reported on, and that the data, process and results are well documented, indexed and preserved.

 

Reporting:

  • Ensure that all relevant performance and management data is timeously and accurately collected, collated, analysed and disseminated.
  • Compile the daily, weekly, monthly and ad-hoc collections reports to be presented during the monthly Exco and other forums.
  • Prepare reports and presentations as required by Executive Management and other stakeholders.
  • Ensure the availability of timeous, accurate and correctly presented information to support business decision making.

 

Management of collections staff:

  • Provide leadership, guidance and training to develop personnel and ensure the transference of skills and efficient achievement of goals and objectives.
  • Ensure that all collections staff receive regular, documented coaching sessions.
  • Ensure that all collections staff are adequately trained and skilled to ensure quality collection strategies and client service.
  • Ensure that each staff member is monitored and managed daily against an agreed upon set of measures and that the process and results are well documented, indexed and preserved.
  • Reconciliation of the “Expected vs Collected”, ensuring payments are followed up timeously.
  • Management of overpayment and underpayments from Private Payroll Payments and Government Payments (Votes).
  • Management of the AR clearing account ensuring that outstanding balances match the Employer Control Account and all payments received in the bank are identified and cleared timeously.
  • Maintain fluency in product knowledge, the loans management system and collections procedures necessary to carry out collections processes and conduct client interviews.
  • Recommend and develop strategies for improving the operations of the department

 

Requirements: Qualification and Skill

  • A relevant tertiary qualification (such as a B Com Degree) is preferred.
  • Preference will also be given to candidates with applicable certificates in Collections and Credit Management.

 

Experience / Background Preference

  • The company will only look at candidates who have no less than FIVE years relevant, working experience of which at least two should have been in a similar role.
  • Government payroll and/or other payroll loan collections experience is essential.
  • Ugandan Microlending or related financial services experience is essential.
  •  Knowledge of Uganda laws relating to financial services, particularly with regard to Microlending is essential.
  • A strong command of English, both written and verbal is a requirement of the job.
  • A valid Driver’s License coupled with driving experience is a requirement of the role.
  • Strong Microsoft Excel skills are essential.

 

Key Competencies

The successful candidate will need to demonstrate the following ability:

  • Self-assurance and a confident manner.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Proven people management and leadership skills.
  • Strong analytical skills, with the ability to assess complex situations and use creativity to solve problems.
  • Strict attention to detail.
  • Established negotiation skills.
  • Strong presentation skills.
  • A self-starter who shows initiative and assumes responsibility for projects.
  • Proven ability to operate independently and exercise significant latitude for independent judgement, discretion and action.
  • Ability to prioritise and handle multiple tasks within strict time frames within a fast-paced environment.
  • High energy levels.
  • The ability to debate in a constructive manner and to challenge conventional wisdom.
  • The ability to build strong relationships with team members, company management and clients.

 

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to ljoubert@caglobal.com

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

Lara Joubert

Recruitment Specialist

CA Finance

 

CA Global will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful however your CV will be kept on our database for any other suitable positions.

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Job CategoryFinance

Job Reference: LJ-SR-0011

Reference No. LJ - SR - 0010

The General Manager (GM) will be instrumental in the daily operations of the business in Uganda, working closely with the CEO to steer the company towards its strategic and annual goals. The role encompasses a wide range of responsibilities, including overseeing product and systems knowledge, managing deal inflows and processing, ensuring effective collections functions, and maintaining operational management..

 

Key Deliverables of the General Manager

Product and systems knowledge:

  • Ensure full understanding of the businesses operating systems and applications and become the custodian of Access’s product and systems knowledge.
  • Ensure that all staff are appropriately trained and updated in terms of product and system knowledge.

 

Deal inflows and processing:

  • Ensure that all relevant staff are appropriately trained on the deal origination processes.
  • Ensure that all client applications and deals received per branch and per agent are appropriately logged and that volumes and speed of processing is regularly monitored and managed.
  • Ensure that deal turnaround time from receipt to disbursement is appropriately monitored and managed.
  • Ensure that all deals are loaded onto PSM with correct instalments and terms recorded prior to disbursement.
  • Facilitate the audit of all deals received to ensure compliance and to ensure zero tolerance for audit errors.
  • Ensure that all consolidation deals are recorded, cheques are collected and deposited to the respective supplier’s accounts, third party settlement letters are prepared, applicable third-party uploads are cancelled before disbursement of the balance of the application and turnaround time herein is closely monitored and managed.
  • Ensure that bank letters for disbursements are prepared, signed and delivered to all banks on time and whenever there is a delay liaise with the service centres to avoid clients calling in enquiring about their money.

 

Collections functions:

  • Maintain overall responsibility for effective management of the entire credit control function.
  • Daily monitoring and management of credit control activities and results.
  • Daily, weekly and monthly reporting on collections results

 

Operational management:

  • Maintain overall responsibility for the entire back office team and their respective functions.
  • Operationally monitor internal and external customer service levels, in consultation with any identified internal and external stakeholders.
  • Recommend strategies for improving operations of the department.
  • Maintain ongoing and updated knowledge of all Standard Operating Procedures (“SOPs”) and become the custodian thereof.
  • Prepare weekly and monthly reports including overseeing monthly internal audit reports.
  • Arrange management meetings and provide input to steer the business towards achieving its objectives.
  • Maintain responsibility for management of the company’s assets, including motor vehicles and computer equipment.
  • Track pool car usage, expiry date for tax clearances and insurances and ensure that the vehicles are serviced and road worthy at all times.
  • Maintain control and oversight over all creditors’ payments.

 

Staff management:

  • Conduct staff training from time to time and provide ongoing support.
  • Management of the performance of all members of your team, including drafting, monitoring and evaluating key performance indicators for each role within the team.
  • Aligned with this, you will also be responsible for regular assessment of individual performance, including formal performance appraisals and management of poor performance.

 

IT and physical environment:

  • Maintain responsibility for all IT functions and the physical environment within the business, in consultation with Group IT.
  • Identify and attend to any queries on the system timeously.

 

Provide support to CEO:

  • Provide operational support to the CEO, as may be required from time to time, in addition to the aforementioned functions and responsibilities.
  • Fulfil the role of CEO role in cases where the CEO is unavailable, on leave or incapacitated.

 

Requirements: Qualification and Background Preference

  • A relevant tertiary qualification is essential.
  • A post graduate qualification will be advantageous.
  • The company will only look at candidates who have no less than five to ten years relevant, working experience.
  • Extensive experience in the financial services sector is essential.
  • Experience in the Microfinance industry will be advantageous.
  • Previous exposure to Africa will be highly advantageous.
  • Solid management, accounting and legal skills are essential.
  • Previous Collections experience will be advantageous.
  • Knowledge of Uganda and general Microfinance laws relating to financial services, particularly with regard to Microlending is essential.
  • A strong command of English, both written and verbal is a requirement of the job.

 

Key Competencies:

  • Determination to win and be the best.
  • Extraordinary and proven people management and leadership skills, preferably with people from different cultures and countries.
  • Above average EQ and substantial experience in the leadership of teams.
  • Self-assurance and a confident manner.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Ability to engage with clients at the highest level of decision-making.
  • The ability to influence and persuade others.
  • Strong analytical skills, with the ability to assess complex situations and use creativity to solve problems.
  • Established negotiation skills.
  • Strong presentation skills.
  • A self-starter who is proactive, shows initiative, displays high levels of self-motivation and assumes responsibility for projects.
  • Proven ability to operate independently and exercise significant latitude for independent judgment, discretion and action.
  • Strong time management skills – the ability to prioritise and handle multiple tasks within strict time frames within a fast-paced environment.
  • High energy levels.
  • Strict attention to detail.
  • Strategic thinking.
  • The ability to debate in a constructive manner and to challenge conventional wisdom.
  • The ability to build strong relationships with team members, company management and clients.
  • A strong work ethic.
  • Be alert to changing situations, show flexibility in approach, adaptability in difficult circumstances and continuously strive to achieve meaningful results.

 

Location:

  • Kampala, Uganda

 

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to ljoubert@caglobalint.com

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

Lara Joubert

Recruitment Specialist

CA Finance

 

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Job CategoryFinance

Job Reference: LJ - SR - 0010

Reference No. 391 04 RR

 

Job Description:

The Geotechnical Superintendent will oversee underground stability at a gold mine, ensuring compliance with ISO 14001 and 45001 standards. Responsibilities include maintaining and updating the Ground Control Management Plan, designing stope and support structures, managing a 3D geotechnical block model, and analyzing life-of-mine stress to mitigate geotechnical risks. The role requires managing ground support costs, training Geotechnical Engineers, and ensuring regular audits and quality assurance programs. The ideal candidate will analyze and interpret geotechnical data, oversee hydrogeological systems, and ensure adherence to ground support standards.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure compliance with ISO 14001 and 45001 standards.
  • Provide geotechnical expertise for mining and mine planning processes.
  • Regularly update and maintain the Mine’s Ground Control Management Plan.
  • Design geotechnical stope structures , develop support systems, including primary supports & cable bolt layouts.
  • Design, implement, evaluate, and analyze underground stability monitoring systems.
  • Manage a 3D Geotechnical block model for assessing stope stability and evaluating ground support requirements.
  • Maintain and utilize a Life of Mine stress model to sequence stope operations, assess seismic risks, and develop mitigation strategies for potential geotechnical hazards.
  • Conduct raisebore stability analyses and pillar design evaluations.
  • Analyze backfill models to ensure structural integrity and support.
  • Perform rock mass and structural logging data analysis, ensuring data accuracy and reliability.
  • Manage ground support project costs, budgeting, and change processes.
  • Train Geotechnical Engineers in current best practices and methodologies.
  • Oversee hydrogeological system design and monitoring, including the analysis of technical reports.
  • Collect, analyze, and interpret geotechnical data to support mining operations.
  • Ensure that the production team adheres to approved ground support standards.
  • Conduct regular ground control audits and quality assurance programs, maintaining thorough documentation.
  • Review and update standard ground support profiles as necessary.
  • Manage inventory levels of ground support materials to ensure availability.
  • Provide monthly reports on ground support consumption.
  • Facilitate ground control training programs as required to enhance safety and compliance.

 

Requirements: Qualification and Skill

  • Bachelor’s degree in mining engineering or Geological Engineering Degree preferably with a specialization in Ground Control, Geotechnical Engineering or Rock Mechanics.
  • Must have a minimum of 10 years’ experience in an underground mining environment.
  • Must have a minimum of 5 years post graduate industry underground mining experience preferably in precious metals using narrow vein long hole stoping.
  • Proficiency with geotechnical design software such as FLAC3D, Dips, UnWedge, RS2, RS3, Map3D and Deswik mine design
  • Proficiency with Ticker3D, Trace and mXrap

 

Benefits and Contractual information:

  • Competitive remuneration package 
  • Permanent employment opportunity

 

Please visit www.camining.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

Ruan Roodt

Managing Lead

CA Mining

 

CA Mining will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful however your CV will be kept on our database for any other suitable positions.

 

 

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Job CategoryMining

Job Reference: 391 04 RR

Reference No. DSS01 - LM

Reference Number: DSS01 - LM

Job Description:

Our client is seeking a Health and Safety Officer to ensure the well-being of employees, contractors, and visitors at the mine site. Responsible for implementing and maintaining Occupational Health and Safety policies, the H&S Officer ensures compliance with legislation and fosters a culture of safety within the operation.

Responsibilities:

  • Lead by example in safety, ensuring adherence to Company Policy for employee and contractor Health and Safety.
  • Cultivate a safety culture that exceeds standards, fostering proactive management and leadership to enhance safety behaviors.
  • Ensure full compliance with legal and Company Health & Safety requirements.
  • Implement Medical Surveillance protocols to verify employee fitness for work.
  • Supervise onsite paramedics and oversee emergency response procedures.
  • Monitor and inspect to ensure compliance with legal requirements, including license/permit conditions.
  • Conduct regular inspections, audits, and manage relevant H&S administration and reports.
  • Disseminate safety lessons and best practices among the project team and stakeholders.
  • Conduct regular safety training, including comprehensive induction for new personnel.
  • Ensure completion of all compliance training and maintain accurate records.
  • Maintain and update a register of Standards, Codes of Practice (COPs), Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), and special instructions.
  • Manage the Risk Management system, overseeing actions to reduce risk based on Baseline and Issue-Based Risk Assessments.
  • Analyze H&S trends and incidents, spearheading proactive initiatives to minimize H&S incidents.
  • Oversee contractor management, including induction, pack management, auditing, and inspection to ensure compliance with legal and company requirements.

Requirements: Qualification and Skill

  • National Diploma in Safety Management or equivalent.
  • Additional certifications in health and safety management are highly advantageous.
  • 7+ years’ experience in a Mining environment, with at least 3 years’ experience in a supervisory role.
  • Experience in Risk Assessment Techniques and Accident Investigation.
  • Greenfields experience would be advantageous.
  • Certification in COMSOC 1 & 2, SAMTRAC, and RCAT/ICAM Accident Investigation Techniques advantageous.
  • Registration with relevant professional health and safety bodies in Malawi or internationally recognized institutions.

Benefits and Contractual information:

  • 2- year contract
  • FIFO 6/2 roster
  • Competitive USD salary

 

 

Please visit www.mining-recruitment-jobs.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

Duncan Spitzer

Recruitment Consultant

CA Mining                                       

 

CA Mining will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful however your CV will be kept on our database for any other suitable positions.

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Job CategoryMining

Job Reference: DSS01 - LM

Reference No. AMCDT04

Reference Number: AMCDT04

Job Description:
We have an exciting opportunity for An Issuing Officer for our client in the banking industry. The Issuing Officer will ensure
the process of daily tasks with higher responsibilities and ensure at a supervisory level that all transactions are being processed in a timely and correct manner by following laid out procedures, both internal and external. They will ensure that all Accounts are duly reconciled at end of business and to report and investigate any discrepancies identified.

Responsibilities:

General Responsibilities

  • Instil and act with accordance to the Bank One Way: Vision, Mission, Values and deliver actions that positively contribute to the company’s culture.
  • Comply with all statutory regulations.
  • Ensure timeliness and quality of reporting, on both departmental levels, as well as reports to regulators and other internal and external stakeholders.
  • Relies on extensive experience and judgement to plan and accomplish goals.
  • A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected.
  • Undertake any other duties, accountabilities and responsibilities as may be required.

Risk and Compliance

  • Dispute Processing.
  • Bank level performance with respect to AML and Regulatory compliance and performance with respect to AML and Regulatory compliance (input from compliance).
  • Verification of transactions posted.
  • Processing repayment on credit cards.
  • Submission of Bank of Mauritius return.
  • Preparing statistics for retail banking, Trade Finance and Finance department.
  • Interest/charges calculations.
  • Cancellation of credit cards.
  • BOM MCIB reporting.
  • Reconciliation of Accounts.
  • Maintenance of card data on system.
  • Proper archiving of credit card documents.
  • Processing of written off credit cards.

Finance

  • Avoid leakage of funds - ensure all payments have been processed properly.
  • Verification of posting done on Finacle system.
  • Reconciliation and Settlement process of cards.
  • Credit card payments.
  • Processing of Invoices.
  • Reconciliation of Accounts.

Project & Initiatives

  • Keep updated with new guidelines from BOM, internal procedures and Card Association.
  • Sharing of knowledge with colleagues.
  • Attend workshops and training.
  • To personally take necessary steps to continuously, gain greater exposure to relevant techniques and processes for enhancing proficiency.
  • Keep abreast of changes in systems, procedures, products, and services.
  • Fully involved in Cards related project.

Requirements: Qualification and Skill

  • Degree in Economics/Business/ Finance or Accountancy or its equivalent.
  • Minimum of 5 years in the banking sector at supervisory level.
  • Knowledge of Card management system and Card dispute processing.
  • Good knowledge of proper planning, time management and risk management.

Benefits and Contractual information:

  • Full time position.
     

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to Abigail Moleka at amoleka@caglobalint.com

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.
 

Abigail Moleka
Recruitment Consultant

CA Finance

CA Global will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful. However, your CV will be kept on our database for any other suitable positions.

 

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Job Features

Job CategoryBanking & Insurance

Job Reference: AMCDT04

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