Job: Cash Officer / Accountant at Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company


With a mission to redefine the customer experience and be the supplier of choice wherever energy is consumed, Ikeja Electricity Distribution Plc (Ikeja Electric), Nigeria’s largest electricity distribution network, powers lives and businesses with innovation and an unwavering drive for excellence. The company began its new phase of growth and expansion on November 1, 2013 following the transfer of the defunct Power Holding Company Of Nigeria (PHCN) to the NEDC/KEPCO consortium under the Federal Government of Nigeria’s privatization program .

The consortium includes the Korean Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) which generates around 84,000 MW of capacity and has a global efficiency record of a maximum downtime of just over three minutes per year as technical partners. .

This partnership has positioned IE to effectively carry out its commitment to provide an efficient and sustainable power supply through investments in new technologies, infrastructure upgrades and human capital development.

Ikeja Electric has more than 600,000 customers whom the company is committed to serving with a new spirit, a new drive and a new energy. This determination continues to spark a passion for service excellence and new thinking about how to empower lives and businesses across the IE network. Role Purpose

This role will be responsible for monitoring daily collections and monthly reconciliation between payment channels.


Record and retain supporting documentation for all financial transactions at the business unit level
Ensure proper documents/invoices are submitted to accounts department for timely preparation of monthly journal entries and account reconciliations
Assess accuracy of claim, review invoice amount calculation and adjustments
Prepare monthly revenue report based on billing
Follow the various cash forecasts of the company
Perform any other duties as requested by the Treasury Specialist/Head of Department.

Minimum qualifications

This role requires a first degree or its equivalent/diploma in finance and accounting
Requires between 0 and 2 years of relevant professional experience with advanced/in-depth knowledge and mastery of relevant complex theories, principles and techniques acquired through extensive experience or special development.

Technical skills :

Accounting knowledge and experience.
Knowledge of treasury software expertise an asset.
Advanced analytical, organizational and interpersonal skills.
Advanced spreadsheet and modeling skills.
Risk management.
Ability to organize and analyze financial information.
Attention to detail and precision.

Behavioral skills:

Communication and interpersonal relations
Solve problems and make decisions
Resource management.
Commercial orientation.

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