GRID is a leading multi-disciplinary consulting firm, which provides integrated Financial Management consulting services to the public and private sectors. GRID particularly specializes in designing and implementation of 'change' processes and systems in development aid Programmes - across various government ministries, departments and agencies at state and federal levels.

Established thirty years ago, GRID's principal areas of expertise include the provision of advisory and capacity-building support in financial management, strategic and corporate planning, organizational systems reviews, grant management and the development of customized accounting systems.

In response to the high demand for our expertise within several donor funded projects, we seek to employ an accountant to provide additional support towards strengthening our accounts department.

Job position: Accounts Supervisor

Key deliverables will include;

    Supervision of the maintenance of the company's computerised accounts
    Provision of support to the Chief Accountant in the preparation and timely remittances of all statutory payroll deductions
    Engagement with relevant state inland revenue services in a number of states across the country

Qualification Required

The ideal candidate must have:

    Strong accounting background, possibly with ATS or ICAN PE1 qualification
    At least 3 years of progressive professional accounting supervisory experience
    High level of computer proficiency with good knowledge of accounting software such as QuickBooks or Peachtree
    Must be an obvious self-starter, a quick learner and a good team player

Method of Application

Interested candidates who meet the above requirements should submit a suitability statement and a copy of their recent CV using the name of the position as the subject of the email through the appropriate email address at
All applications must be submitted latest Friday, 5th February, 2016.

Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.

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