The Payments Association of Kenya (PAK) is anchored on the National Payments System Act (2011) and Regulations (2014). Its role is to establish and lead dialogue between the payment service providers (both banks and non-banks) to establish common rules and standards to improve the end-to-end efficiency, safety, reliability and affordability of the Kenyan retail payment systems, while preserving market competition, incentives for investment and innovation.
The PAK governance is currently overseen by a Management Committee made up of various industry participants including mobile money operators, banks, card schemes, aggregators, and switches. PAK seeks to recruit a highly-driven individual to support the accounting and administration functions.
Reporting to the Operations Director, the Office Administrator and Accountant will be responsible for providing financial, accounting and administration support.
The initial appointment contract will be made for a period of 3 years. The appointment may be renewed upon satisfactory performance which will be reviewed and appraised on an annual basis.
We’re looking for a results-oriented individual with strong organisational skills coupled with a strong understanding of processes. You will need to be very highly motivated and able to simultaneously deliver a set of demanding and sometimes conflicting outputs. At a minimum you will have:
- relevant academic/professional qualification from an accredited university (minimum bachelor’s degree)
- CPA part II or above
- 3 to 5 years’ experience as an accountant
- Office administration experience
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Interested candidates should send their applications to email@example.com by Monday, 17th June 2019.Download