Finance Senior Associate

Country Finance · Kigali, Kigali
Department Country Finance
Employment Type Full Time - Rolling Contract
Minimum Experience Experienced

At mPharma, we start and end our day thinking about how we can enable patients to afford their medications. We’re a small but growing team of 300+ members, headquartered in Accra, Ghana, backed by mission-driven investors. We’ve joined hands with third-party payers, drug manufacturers, and healthcare providers to develop products and services that directly reduce the costs of prescription drugs for patients. In only a few years, we’ve managed to provide low-cost, high-quality medicines to hundreds of thousands of patients across seven African countries (Ghana, Nigeria, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Rwanda & Malawi).




Position Description

mPharma is looking for a Senior Finance Associate to join our Rwanda operations. In this role, the Senior Associate will be expected to interface with clients (insurance companies & hospitals), suppliers, tax authorities, and other regulatory bodies.



Key Responsibilities

  • Preparation of financial projections for new partnerships and group financial statements in compliance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and other applicable standards.
  • Preparing and sending invoices to providers and hospitals, which entails obtaining validated dispensation data and billing based on agreed prices.
  • Receivable management -Involves following up with clients to obtain payments based on the agreed payment period.
  • Payable management – Registration of suppliers and processing of payments for drugs supplied.
  • Statutory remittances – PAYE, Pension, WHT deduction, and remittance.
  • Financial reporting in accordance with IFRS.
  • Treasury management - monitoring the FX rates, cash flows management, and analysis.
  • Calculation and computation of commissions payable to facilities.
  • Liaise with external auditors and regulatory examiners to ensure financials are in compliance with all applicable rules and regulations.
  • Payroll and salary administration, including ensuring that all applicable payroll taxes are deducted and remitted.
  • Filing of tax returns to the various tax authorities.
  • Keep abreast with current changes in accounting standards as well as regulatory environments and ensure appropriate implementations.
  • Assist Head of Finance (global and regional) with all corporate planning, research, and analyses relating to any prospective strategic initiatives.
  • Any other duties as assigned by the Finance Manager.



Requirements

  • CIMA/CPA/ ACCA/ CFA 
  • A BSC degree in Accounting, Math, Finance, Engineering, Physical Sciences preferred
  • 3-5 years of experience in Finance/ Investment banking preferred
  • High proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) and familiarity with Google Suite (Docs, Sheets, Slides)
  • Excellent problem-solving skills
  • Be a member of the CIMA or ACCA

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  • Location
    Kigali, Kigali
  • Department
    Country Finance
  • Employment Type
    Full Time - Rolling Contract
  • Minimum Experience
    Experienced