Employer: GVI Recruitment
Westlake, Cape Town
Desired start date
As soon as possible
Company Accountant (UK-based)
9 hours per day, Monday-Friday.
R40,000 – R65,000 per month, subject to experience.
Goal of the role
The goal of the Finance Manager’s role is to oversee the successful operation of the GVI finance function in such a way that the company’s financial performance is constantly improved.
What does success look like?
The company has access to all the financial data that it needs to improve its performance
Cash and resources are effectively planned, optimised, and controlled
Risk is identified and managed
All taxes are paid
Provide timely, accurate and insightful information regarding GVI’s financial and KPI performance
Lead the annual business planning process and two annual revisions to it
Identify and manage risk, to include foreign exchange, and insurable business and asset risks
Forecast, optimise and control the company’s working capital requirements and cash flows
Manage the company’s debtors and creditors
Create and maintain relationships with key financial and risk service providers, including banks and insurers, in the geographies where GVI operates, at the minimal possible cost
Ensure the company is compliant with tax codes in all the geographies where it operates, while minimising the company’s exposure to tax
Ensure all staff are paid in line with their agreements with the company, and all local taxes are deducted and paid to the relevant authorities
Develop and maintain financial policy manuals for the company
A minimum of 3-5 years’ relevant experience post qualification.
To apply for this opportunity, please submit your CV and a cover letter that clearly demonstrates your financial experience and track record to
In the subject line, please include Application for position: Finance Manager. Applications without the cover letter will not be considered.
If you do not hear from us within 2 weeks, please consider that on this occasion your application was unsuccessful.
Apply before Sunday, March 24, 2019 – 60 Days left
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