• Full Time
  • Guruve

Guruve Rural District Council


Duties and responsibilities
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Treasurer shall:
• Coordinate the compilation of financial statements and monthly bank reconciliations.
• Coordinate the preparation of the Council‘s Estimates of Income and Expenditure in line with the Rural
District Councils Act.
• Prepare monthly and annual cash flow projections for all council accounts.
• Set financial targets for all council departments.
• Recommend to the Chief Executive Officer strategies on resource mobilisation.
• Manage Council funds in line with the Public Finance Management Act and any other relevant government legislation.
• Advise the Accounting Officer on Financial Management issues.
• Appraising, supervising and offering professional advice to subordinates.
• Liaise and work in hand with other heads of departments for the betterment of the Council’s operations.
• At least 30years of age.
• A degree in Accounting, Finance, CIMA or any other related professional qualifications.
• A master’s degree is an additional advantage.
• At least three (3) years local Government experience at middle management level or above.
• A good economic decision maker.
• A good understanding of the Public Finance Management Act and Associated Accounting Regulations.
• Ability to work under pressure, computer literacy and knowledge of modern accounting packages.
• Appraising, supervising and offering professional advice to subordinates.
In return, the Council offers attractive packages to be disclosed to shortlisted candidates.
Applications should be accompanied by curriculum vitae, certified copies of academic, professional qualifications with at least three referees and should reach the undersigned not later than 31 January 2019.Applications should be clearly marked for the post applied for on the Envelope and posted or hand delivered to :
The Chief Executive Officer
Guruve Rural District Council
PO Box 110