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Chief Finance Officer

Company:
Nisa Premier Hospital
Location:
Abuja, Federal Capital Territory, Nigeria
Posted:
July 22, 2021

Description:

The Chief Finance Officer

Qualification

• Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Accountancy, Business Administration, Social Sciences, Engineering or any other related field

• Must be a qualified Chartered Accountant

• Must have a high level of integrity and confidentiality

• Good understanding of modern digital financial services as well as advanced business finance and performance analysis

• Good knowledge of statutory and regulatory issues as well as global best practices

• Possess strong budget and management skills, including proven ability to manage project/process

• High degree of professionalism, maturity and confidentiality

• Strong analytical and problem-solving skills

• Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint & Excel) and knowledge of financial/accounting software applications

• Prior knowledge and experience in a reputable Chartered Accounting Firm, Multinational or any highly structured organization

• Good communication (written and spoken) and interpersonal skills

• Knowledge of the healthcare sector will be an added advantage

Experience

• Minimum of 15 years financial experience, with at least 5 in Senior Financial Management of a Bank

• Good knowledge of Corporate, Business Planning, Revenue Assurance, Treasury Management and Accounting with excellent knowledge of Banking

Responsibilities

• Responsible for Business Strategy and financial policies, procedures and systems

• Oversee the preparation of Annual Operating Plan

• Ensures that optimal liquidity is available to deliver business plan

• Review working capital/cash flow requirement on a regular basis

• Monitors banking activities and ensure regular reconciliations of all transactions

• Develops plans, budgets, forecasts and financial results to guide management decisions

• Monitors financial performance by measuring and analyzing results, initiating corrective actions, minimizing the impact of variances

• Oversee the coordination and activities of independent auditors

• Coordinate regulatory and supervisory functions and manage relationship with regulatory and statutory bodies

• Ensures adequate controls are installed and maintained to cover all financial transactions, including safeguarding financial assets

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