Investment Administrator Job in Kenya

Location: Eldoret

About
the Opportunity

Inkomoko Kenya Investment Administrator
is responsible for the items below:

Responsibilities

Department
Admin Support (40%)

Be the lead taker of Investment
committee meeting minutes and other department meetings.

Be the lead administrator for
Inkomoko  Kenya’s LMS powered by (Odoo), tracking all borrower information
– including creating and updating clients’ profiles, payments registration, and
disbursements tracking.

Track, file and report on compliance
with disbursements, collection and other non-financial matters.

Create reports on investment
disbursement, closing investments and active investments.

Actively participate as a key staff in
the weekly Portfolio Review Meeting.

Compile the pipeline from the BGS Team
and prepare the lists for UNHCR verification.

Investment
Compliance and Reporting (20%)


File and maintain Investment
contracts, legal documents and other documents in a safer way (both paper and
electronic) and meeting Inkomoko  Kenya filing standards.

Manage communication between lending
and other department staff and perform regular investigation to resolve all
customer /team issues efficiently.

Analyze and identify all fee
discrepancies in investment processes and perform regular audit on processes
and ensure compliance to all requirements.

Assist with the preparation of annual
reviews for projects in the investment department.

Collect and share financial reports
and other relevant information to Investment manager, Snr Portfolio Manager and
Regional Portfolio Director.

Prepare timely and accurate reports
required by partners, stakeholders and funders including Kiva, investment
committee, CBK etc.

Kiva
documentation and compliance (20%)

Ensure borrowers profiles meet Kiva
standards.

Select photos of entrepreneurs, have
them sign photo waivers.

Prepare Kiva report on monthly basis
and other departmental reports.

Write compelling descriptions of
borrowers in English and post them to the international Kiva platform for
fundraising.

Prepare documentation for new approved
investments to be posted on Kiva website.

Ensure 100% of investment repayment
schedules are matching with Kiva repayment schedules – on kiva platform.

Coordinate with lending staff to get
all investment documentation needed for fundraising. 

Adhere to credit policy TAT for Kiva
fundraising and meet clients’ needs. 

Ensure that we are adhering to the
requirements of our Kiva partnership, including reporting and journaling.

Ensure that all investment
documentations are updated appropriately in the system so that the Kiva
fundraising tasks are performed easily.

Coordination
with Finance (10%)

Identify discrepancies between
different investment department reports and finance reports and propose ways to
solve them.

Perform various accounting processes
that deal with receipts, payments and checks issued.

Initiate collection activities on the
past investments past due.

Identify signs of unusual or
suspicious investment activities and make recommendations to minimize the risk
factors.

Investment
Closing and Disbursements (10%)

Ensure that investments disbursement
adhere to investment committee approval decisions and policies.

Review and prepare requests for
investment disbursements and ensure 100% compliance with the investment
committee decision such as approved investment amounts and conditions for
approval.

Ensure all refugee clients are
verified by UNHCR prior to the disbursements in order to minimize risks.

Other duties as assigned by the
supervisor.

Minimum Qualifications

The Investment Administrator will be a trusted staff of
Inkomoko  Kenya clients.  We are looking for someone with incredible
attention to detail who can be sure that all of our operations and
communications are in the highest order.  

Basic qualifications include:

Strong English writing and reading
skills is STRONGLY preferred.

a university degree in finance or
other related field.

Must speak fluent English, and
Swahili. Other languages are an additional asset.

Experience in investment management
and access to finance for MSMEs in Kenya is a preferred.

Very strong attention to details and
good follow through.

Ability to work well under pressure
and ability to multitask.

Unrelenting perseverance, personal
integrity, and critical thinking skills.

 2+ years of work experience in
relevant or applicable fields.

 Must be able to legally work in
Kenya.

What
You’ll Get

This role is a tremendous opportunity to work in a
high-growth, mission-driven organization. Our compensation includes both a
great culture and a competitive market-based package, including:

Incredible company culture, including
deep investment in your learning and growth, and a commitment to inclusion and
diversity

Opportunity to work with a talented,
passionate, and committed team of professionals across the region

Ability to make a significant social
impact and contribute to economic growth

Competitive salary, and potential
KPI-based bonus

Favorable policies like health
insurance, staff savings program, parental leave, sabbatical program, and more.

How To Apply

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