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2 Accounts Assistants Jobs in Kenya

–   EACC   “9”   (2  

Job Profile

Reporting to the Deputy
Director – Finance and Accounts, the job holder is responsible for the
facilitation of transactions and to balance the cash book, to capture data in
the IFMIS System and maintenance of imprest register and to ensure that
expenditures are captured, recorded for in line with the laid down rules and regulations.


  • Maintaining
    petty cash to ensure proper utilisation of funds;

  • Verifying
    and examining vouchers in accordance with laid down rules and regulations;

  • Assisting
    in primary data entry and routine accounting work;

  • Ensuring
    proper maintenance of efficient filing systems;

  • Safekeeping
    of invoices, miscellaneous receipts, imprest warrant books, cash books and
    other accountable documents;

  • Processing
    and payment of imprest warrants, expenditure claims and processing of
    imprest surrender;

  • Carrying
    out bank reconciliation;

  • Assisting
    in generating procurement plans and budgets;

  • Posting
    and daily balancing of the cash book;

  • Assisting
    in maintenance of fixed asset register;

  • Ensuring
    availability of cash float in the office;

  • Carrying
    out banking transactions;

  • Receipting


For appointment as an Accounts Assistant I, a person must possess
the following qualifications:

  • Minimum
    relevant working experience of seven (7) years;

  • Certified
    Public Accountant of Kenya (CPA-K);

  • Must
    be a member of ICPAK;

  • Kenya
    Certificate of Secondary Education (K.C.S.E.) minimum mean grade of C or
    its equivalent from a recognised institution;

  • Hands-on
    experience in Accounting Software (ERP). Experience in using IFMIS will be
    an added advantage;

  • Knowledge
    of International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS);

  • Demonstrated
    integrity  and   professional  
    competence   as   reflected   in  
    work performance and results

How to Apply

Important Notice:

In addition to the
qualifications set above applicants must further obtain clearances from the

  •  Ethics
    and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC)

  • Kenya
    Revenue Authority (KRA)

  • Directorate
    of Criminal Investigation (DCI)

  • Higher
    Education Loans Board (HELB)

  •  Credit
    Reference Bureau (CRB)

  • Registration
    and good standing in relevant Professional Bodies

 Interested candidates who meet the set criteria should complete
EACC Form 1 online from and attach copies of ID, CV, academic/
professional certificates (certified by the issuing
, clearances and testimonials.

All applications must be
made online and will be acknowledged via an email. Only shortlisted candidates
will be invited for interview.

To be considered applications
should be received not later than Thursday, 9th September, 2021 at
5.00 pm.

 Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

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