Accountant Job in Nairobi – Kenya Pipeline 2020
Career Employment Kenya: Accountant Job in Nairobi – Kenya Pipeline 2020
Job Description: Today Work Kenya

Position: Chief Accountant (Revenue)




Responsible for
providing technical and professional leadership in revenue accounting including
monitoring and analysis of revenue trends and implementation of controls.


  • Improvement of controls by evaluating,
    redesigning, developing, documenting and implementing of Revenue &
    customer relations procedures, processes and instruction manual in
    compliance with the company policy, changing tax regimes and regulations
    in the Oil Industry.
  • Accomplishing finance and the company’s mission by
    completing related results as needed.
  • Co-ordinate the accounting of all receipts,
    transfers and deliveries in and out of all Kenya Pipeline installations
  • Co-ordinate billing of for ex KPC deliveries, side
    contracts services and any other service offered by KPC.
  • Compiling monthly performance reports for KPC
    system including monthly product throughput/ revenue trends, causes and
  • Supervise, develop and motivate staff to enhance
  • Perform any other duties as may be assigned from
    time to time


  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance or Commerce
    (Accounting option) or its recognized equivalent qualifications
  • CPA (K) or its recognized equivalent
  • A minimum of eight (8) years post qualification
    relevant work experience three (3) of which must have been at Senior
    Management level
  • Experience in fuel stock management and accounting
    will be an added advantage
  • Member of the Institute of Certified Public
    Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) or any other recognized professional body.
  • Management Course lasting not less than four (4)
  • Proficiency in computer applications.
  • Demonstrated competence in work performance; and
  • Fulfilled the requirements of Chapter Six of the
  • In-depth knowledge of financial management, credit
    evaluation techniques, loss control methods, due diligence processes and
    taxation law.
  • Considerable knowledge of principles, methods and
    practices of governmental accounting and budgeting
  • Excellent leadership, communication and
    interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to develop and prepare relevant reports
    for management
  • Ability to resolve problems in a timely manner,
    gather and analyse information skilfully
  • Ability to maintain professional status,
  • high integrity and keep abreast of evolving trends
    in accounting and finance through continuing professional development
  • Proficiency in financial and statistical packages
  • Ability to deliver Kenya Pipeline Company’s
    articulated vision for change, create a sense of urgency around change and
    motivate staff to join change efforts

How to Apply

Interested candidates
are requested to visit the KPC website under the Career Opportunities
section where the Job Descriptions and Specifications as well as the User
Manual containing instructions on how to apply for the positions have been
All applications should be received not later than 
13th October 2020.

Candidates interested in
this position are expected to fulfil the requirements of Chapter Six of the
Constitution of Kenya. They must upload copies of the following;

  1. Certificate of Good Conduct from the Directorate
    of Criminal investigations
  2. Clearance Certificate from Higher Education Loans
    Board (HELB)
  3. Tax Compliance Certificate from Kenya Revenue
    Authority (KRA)
  4. Clearance from the Ethics & Anti-corruption
    Authority (EACC)
  5. Clearance from Credit Reference Bureau (CRB)

Kenya Pipeline Company is an
equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and gender equality. Women
and persons with disability are encouraged to apply.

Please note that only
shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Any form of canvassing will lead to
automatic disqualification.