Bosch Africa Accounts Payable Intern – Jobs in Kenya

Company Description
Accounts Payable Intern Fixed Term- 12 months

Functional Area: Finance Division

Corporate success at Bosch is determined by innovation capability and an edge in know-how. Accept with us the challenge of new tasks by your willingness to permanently learn something new.

Robert Bosch East Africa is a growing business in the Bosch Group located in Nairobi, Kenya. We operate in the business divisions, Automotive Aftermarket, Power Tools and Thermotechnology.

At Bosch, we shape the future by inventing high-quality technologies and services that spark enthusiasm and enrich people’s lives.

Our promise to our associates is rock-solid: we grow together, we enjoy our work, and we inspire each other.

Join in and feel the difference.

Job Description

Your responsibilities:
Receive, verify and process external vendor invoices. This includes having invoices duly authorized and processed within the ERP in a timely and efficient manner.
Initialize payment processes from the payrun report ensuring timely payment of all vendors and resolution of any matters arising from there.
Timely reconciliation of key vendor and inter company accounts including freight forwarders.
Ensuring accuracy of general ledger and cost center allocations for all postings.

Ensuring Withholding tax and Withholding VAT are correctly captured, processed, and submitted on vendor invoices.
Compliance to Bosch standard operating procedures.
Source to Pay for local entity and act as proxy for other Africa entities.
Timely processing of inter company transactions A2A (Affiliate to Affiliate).
Quarterly inter company reconciliations for internal vendors.
Sound knowledge and understanding of internal central directives on Inter company reconciliations.
Support the local accountant as and when required.

Your competencies and qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree (Business qualification with a base in Finance is preferred).
Professional with at least 2 years of work experience.
Basic knowledge of Kenyan tax laws.

Characteristics and skills:
Team player.
Effective communication oral and written communication skills.
Attention to detail.
Good understanding of withholding and withholding VAT principles in Kenya.
Ability to work with minimal supervision.
Ability to troubleshoot and resolve problems pro-actively.
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