WorleyParsons has had a presence in Africa since the 1970’s when Parsons E&C established their offices in Cairo, Egypt. Since that time the company has continued to spread across the continent and in 2003 a joint venture was established in Lagos, Nigeria to form DeltaAfrik Engineering Limited. Over the past five years, WorleyParsons has executed more than 100 projects in over 15 countries. In 2003 a joint venture was established in Lagos, Nigeria to form DeltaAfrik Engineering Ltd. Worley Parsons has the skills and technologies to address all challenges, from small brownfield services contracts to mega greenfield projects. Our service capability covers the entire asset lifecycle: from identifying the opportunity to the operating phase.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Job Title: Project Accountant
Ref No: LAG004U
Employment Type: Contractor
Reporting Manager Title: Finance Manager
Duration of Contract: 6 Months
- Preparation of “Dump File” for job costing report
- Preparation of man-hours for Nationals & Expatriates staff salary computations
- General monitoring of man-hours entered by all employees so as to ensure nobody gets under/over paid.
- Running of job cost report
- Reconciling and signing-off of cash retirements by staff
- Printing of timesheets for the calculation of retention bonus for expatriate(s) staff that are due
- Printing of timesheets for preparation of pay-off for demobilized expatriate(s) and national(s) staff respectively
- Daily backup of Sage Accpac software so as to guard against data loss in case of emergency
- Post USD & NGN expenditure vouchers to ACCPAC and apply payment
- Shall assist in the reconciliation of account payable to the GL
- Shall take on additional responsibility as may be assigned from time to time.
Min Required Experience:
- B.Sc or HND in Accounting./ Banking & Finance.
How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
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