Senior Manager Enterprise Performance – MTN – Wendywood

The Senior Manager: EPM Financial Consolidation and Tax positionis responsible for the MTN Group system design and build to perform financial consolidation, tax reporting and Financial and Management Reporting on Actuals.The consolidation process with the accompanying touchpoints required by financial reporting is coupled with the month end close process, financial reporting and reconciliations. The design and delivery of the consolidation process incorporates the intercompany, month end closure reconciliations, forecasts and budgets and to ensure the integrity of the numbers, OpCo, Holding Company and Management company level consolidation. The design must cater forand consider all relevant regulatory and tax requirements to ensure the standardization of processes across MTN. The key benefit realized in the standardized design and process will be trusted, reliable and insightful analytics while catering for additional and new disclosure requirements.

Education:
– Post Graduate Degree in Finance
– CA(SA)/CIMA Preferable
– Relevant Financial or EPM (Hyperion) Software Certification orcourses (preferred)

Experience:
– 5-8 Years EPM
– Relevant Accounting Experience
– Cloud Experience and Multi National Project Delivery (preferred)

Key Performance Areas
The Senior Manager: EPM Financial Consolidation and Tax positionis responsible for the MTN Group system design and build to perform financial consolidation, tax reporting and Financial and Management Reporting on Actuals.The consolidation process with the accompanying touchpoints required by financial reporting is coupled with the month end close process, financial reporting and reconciliations. The design and delivery of the consolidation process incorporates the intercompany, month end closure reconciliations, forecasts and budgets and to ensure the integrity of the numbers, OpCo, Holding Company and Management company level consolidation. The design must cater forand consider all relevant regulatory and tax requirements to ensure the standardization of processes across MTN. The key benefit realized in the standardized design and process will be trusted, reliable and insightful analytics while catering for additional and new disclosure requirements.

Other key performance areas include:

– Enterprise Performance Management

– Design and develop the Oracle Cloud solutions falling under theEPM stack together with the Programme Manager, Project Managers and implementation partners.

– Defining the strategy for EPM Financial Consolidation & Taxand implementing it at both a group and OpCo level

– Account Reconciliation

– Financial Consolidation and Close

– Tax Reporting

– EPM applications solutions must be integrated and focussed onusability and adoption across the Group. Purpose specific solutions to address transparent reporting and

analytics are vital for strategic support and decision making across the group. The OpCos and group functions must utilizethe same solutions to ensure seamless

information flows and trust and confidence in the systems.

– Responsible for the growth of a EPM team focused on the end user adoption by delivering targeted reporting, training and projects. The team’sguidance and growth to

ensure a sustainable organization supporting thecritical investment in Cloud applications.

Managerial Responsibilities:

– Coachand mentor direct reports to ensure staff motivation is high

– Ensure adequate succession planning and that succession plans that are in place are achieved

– Ensure skill transfer for staff development, motivation, and business continuity

– Skill Transfer to OpCos to enable efficient and effective process adherence and management

– Identify staff training and development needs and implement necessary actions

– Set goals and objectives for direct reports, monitor progress, and maintain motivation

– Provide career development for direct reports (counselling, coaching, identifying key performance areas, career planning, and goal setting)

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