The Kenya Analyst will be responsible for comprehensive analysis of existing and new projects across Rendeavour’s portfolio in Kenya. The Analyst will work closely with the Country Head, the Finance Team, the Strategy and Execution Associate and the wider Kenya team.
Specific responsibilities will include:
· Financial and commercial analysis of new land sales, new development projects and other business opportunities presented for approval by senior management;
· Creating high quality presentations for senior management;
· Upgrading and maintaining core project land models;
· Upgrading and maintaining utility business models (including power, water and telecoms);
· Upgrading and maintaining urban services business model;
· Assisting with preparation and coordination of annual business plans;
· Assisting with preparation and coordination of monthly management reporting;
· Conducting analysis of historical sales data and pricing;
· Analysis of data generated by the transaction management team;
· Preparing budget and cash flow management tools together with the infrastructure team;
· Assisting the development control committee with budget preparation and monitoring;
· Assisting with accounting work streams.
· Other ad hoc tasks.
· Solid work experience from a reputable bank, PE fund or consulting firm;
· Very strong analytical skills;
· Strong written and verbal communication skills, proven ability to present information clearly in a report or presentation to senior management;
· Good financial modelling skills;
· Good understanding of and ability to apply basic concepts in finance and economics
· Must be highly effective and organized;
· Mature, pragmatic and flexible approach;
· Team player but comfortable working autonomously;
· Attention to detail;
· Rigorous and organised approach;
· Hands-on, ready to roll up the sleeves
· High energy;
· Strong work ethic;
· Ability to work effectively under pressure;
· Passion for Africa
How to Apply
Interested candidates should send CVs to HR@tatucity.com quoting ‘Analyst, Kenya’ as the subject.