Finance Manager - Cape Town

2019/10/09 9:39:16 AM
Are you a Finance Manager looking for a new exciting challenge? We have a great job opportunity for you to join a non-profit property company in Cape Town. This company provides rental housing to a wide range of tenants. Their innovative organisational style ensures that they continuously improve the way they work and lead the way in their sector. They’re looking for you to provide financial advice and support to enable them to make sound business decisions. Does this sound like your perfect challenge? Keep reading!

Your key job responsibilities as the Finance Manager in Cape Town will include:

- Provide insight and analysis regarding risk, financial and operation implications to enrich decision making
- Proactively monitor cash flow and prepare reliable forecasts
- Invest excess funds in terms of investment policy at best rates and ensure availability of funds on a forward-looking cash basis
- Liaise with bankers regarding guarantees, facilities and changing signatories as and when required
- Group Annual Financial Statement preparation in terms of IFRS
- Effective financial control and timeous and accurate reporting
- Review, advise, gain approval, implement and monitor working capital
- Oversee and manage quarterly forecasting and annual budgeting for business
- Month end closure in line with financial deadlines
- Ensure monthly balance sheet recon reviews are performed and reviewed
- Monthly credit control reviews with credit controllers and handovers to attorneys
- Preparation and review of consolidated group annual financial statements
- Responsible for financial modeling for forecasts, acquisitions and disposals of the group
- Operations Management
- Corporate Finance and Treasury
- People Management

Requirements for this Finance Manager job in Cape Town:

- Relevant tertiary accounting degree. Honours degree (advantageous)
- CA (SA) registration (advantageous)
- At least 5 years’ relevant experience, with 2 years Supervisory/Managerial experience
- Sound experience in the property sector (preferred)
- Excellent leadership skills – must have led teams; and experience operating in a group environment
- Knowledge of IFRS
- Knowledge of the prevailing tax laws as they affect property developers and NPOs
- Ability to read, analyse, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations
- Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals
- Salary depending on your experience

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