Senior tax officer at AB bank Rwanda Plc

In order to fill the positions of Senior Tax Officer and Financial Controller, AB BANK Rwanda Plc. is seeking a skilled and professional employee.

The Chief Finance Officer will receive reports from the Senior Tax Officer and Financial Controller, who will be accountable for:

  • Management of petty cash, proper payment procedures, and upkeep of improved financial control systems;
  • Responsible for creating accounting records, monitoring the budget, and reporting;
  • Principal conservator of the bank’s fixed assets;
  • Managing taxes; Whenever necessary, advising Management on how to manage expenses effectively;
  • Complete whatever additional work that management may from time to time assign.

Necessary Experience, Skills and qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or a business-related subject.
  • A solid background with at least three years of experience in the financial control and tax management departments of a bank, financial institution, or auditing firm.
  • Any professional certification in tax management or finance would be advantageous.
  • Budgeting abilities
  • Strong organizational abilities
  • Strong reporting abilities
  • Integrity and sincerity
  • Possess exceptional Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint skills.
  • Ability to maintain a high level of accuracy, secrecy about financial records and any other sensitive information made available to Her/Him Ability to arrange work autonomously in an effective manner.
  • Understanding of computer programs and fundamentals of financial accounting
  • Effective use of the English language.

Only those who are interested should send:

Letter of Interest
Copy of Academic Degree and Transcript

How to Apply
Send your application documents to

not later than July 21st, 2023.

[NOTE: Please include the POSITION in the email subject.]

Only those who have been shortlisted will be contacted.

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