Supervisor Cash Management Unit Job Careers – BRAC Uganda Bank Ltd

Cash Management Unit

Organisation: BRAC
Uganda Bank Ltd

Duty Station: 
Kampala, Uganda

Reports to: Manager
Customer Service, Communications, Marketing and Branding

About US:

BRAC Uganda Bank Ltd
is a new bank which has come into existence after operating the largest
Microfinance operating in Uganda covering several districts through 163
networked branches targeting Micro, Small and Medium Entrepreneurs of Uganda.
BRAC boasts of promoting financial inclusion by extending financial services to
the un-served and underserved, now with over 218,598 borrowing clients, over 180Bn
loan book with 97% recovery rate, operationally and financially self

Job Summary:  The Supervisor Cash Management Unit directs
cash management operations to include daily cash administration, management of
current accounts and bank relations..

Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 

  • The ideal candidate for the BRAC International Supervisor Cash
    Management Unit job must hold a Bachelor’s Degree in business related
  • Three years of banking and credit operations related experience
  • In-depth knowledge of financial statements and financial statement
    analysis, including an ability to analyze cash flows and the impact on
    financial statements.
  • Must display strong communication (Verbal and written) and
    interpersonal skills
  • Detail orientation and ability to meet recurrent deadlines
  • Familiarity with bank reconciliation processes and procedures.

How to Apply:

All suitably
qualified and interested candidates must submit their application letters,
Curriculum Vita, all Scanned copies of academic /other supporting documents in
one PDF file. In total, there must only be a maximum of 3 attachments and send
to addressed to the Head of Human Resource and Training,
BRAC Uganda Bank Limited.

Deadline: 7th June 2019

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