About The Role
BURN is looking for a Cost Analyst who will work closely with the Finance and Manufacturing Team and any other management team to ensure the company is reaching the economic set targets.
Duties And Responsibilities
Develop and maintain cost accounting system, documentation, and record
Collecting and analyzing data about a company’s operational costs
Review costs for all external inventory, labor, and material purchases
Reviewing beginning raw materials, work-in-progress, and finished-goods stock
Review existing purchases, record data, recommend new cost-efficient and financially feasible cost options
Oversee and analyze manufacturing BOMs and variances
Analyze and recommend costs and cost savings
Validate revenue and cost of goods sold as part of the month-end close
Prepare monthly operations variance analysis reports, for all relevant fixed and variable cost line items
Help support operations budgeting for quarterly and annual forecasts of manufacturing cost drivers.
Familiarity with business and financial principles
Excellent communication skills
Outstanding organizational skills
Knowledge of quick books
Strong technology expertise, including proficiency with Microsoft Excel and experience with enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, preferably MS NAV/Business Central.
Education And Experience
A bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, business administration, or any other related field.
Proven work experience as Cost Accountant
Experience in budgeting and forecasting
Qualified Female candidates are encouraged to apply
Closing date: 30 April 2022
MODE OF APPLICATION
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BURN designs, manufactures, and distributes aspirational fuel-efficient cooking products that save lives and forests in the developing world.BURN has revolutionized the global cookstove sector by proving the business case for selling a high quality, locally manufactured and unsubsidized cookstoves.Since 2013, BURN has sold 200,000+ high quality, locally manufactured and unsubsidized jikokoas â„¢ stoves in East Africa. These stoves have helped 1,000,000+ beneficiaries save $39 million in fuel expenditures and 626,221 tons of wood while reducing indoor air pollution by 65%. BURN currently sells ~10,000 stoves per month and intend to double sales by the end of 2017.