The Dangote Group is one of the most diversified business conglomerates in Africa with a hard-earned reputation for excellent business practices and products’ quality with its operational headquarters in the bustling metropolis of Lagos, Nigeria in West Africa.
The Group’s activities encompass:
Cement – Manufacturing / Importing
Sugar – Manufacturing & Refining
Salt – Refining
Flour & Semolina – Milling
Pasta – Manufacturing
Noodles – Manufacturing
Poly Products – Manufacturing
Logistics – Port Management and Haulage
Since inception, the Group has experienced phenomenal growth on account of quality of its goods and services, its focus on cost leadership and efficiency of its human capital. Today, Dangote Group is a multi-billion Naira company poised to reach new heights, in every endeavour competing with itself to better the past.
The Group’s core business focus is to provide local, value added products and services that meet the ‘basic needs’ of the populace. Through the construction and operation of large scale manufacturing facilities in Nigeria and across Africa, the Group is focused on building local manufacturing capacity to generate employment and provide goods for the people.Job Summary
Responsible for monitoring all inventory transactions in the general ledger.
Ensure the completeness and accuracy of the cost of inventory at the plant.
Key Duties and Responsibilities
Organize and coordinate periodic physical inventory counts and cycle counts at the plant in line with DCP's inventory management policies and highlight variances to the Team Lead, Management Accounting.
Carry out valuation of stock after each count and identify obsolete or disused stock for disposal and write-off.
Revalue inventory at the new approved standard rates on a periodic basis.
Maintain the general ledger for DCP's inventory at the plant.
Coordinate with Production and Materials Management to reconcile inventory records.
Perform period closing and related activities for reconciliation of inventory to general ledger.
Perform any other duties as may be assigned by the Team Lead, Management Accounting.
Education and Work Experience
Bachelor's degree or its equivalent in Accounting or a related discipline.
Minimum of two (2) years relevant work experience.
Relevant professional certification (e.g. ACA, ACCA, CIMA) will be an added advantage.
Skills and Competencies
Good understanding of trends, challenges, opportunities, regulations and legislations relating to the cement manufacturing industry.
Good knowledge and understanding of finance best practices, IFRS, and other applicable accounting standards.
Good understanding of SAP and inventory control systems with a working knowledge of manufacturing processes.
Good communication and interpersonal skills.
Private Health Insurance
Paid Time Off
Training & Development
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