KUWAIT (Al Kuwait)
Full time, Employment, On site
Responsible for the overall management of the MSC Finance & Administration Department, develops, manages and executes all program phases of project control and cost analysis entailing the formulation and implementation of financial policy consistent with MSA and adjunctive procedures and directives. Responsible for the administration of employment procedures, compensation and benefits administration within approved policy and procedures.
Reports to the MSC Program Manager, Program Division, at the project and corporate level and to the Manager, of Finance of The Parsons Corporation at the affiliate company level. Supports the SAPL Corporate office in its consolidation of project finances. Frequently interfaces with program management, RC Finance, and MSA. Meets with the personnel of vendors, banks, and independent audit firms.
Manages, develops, provides consultancy and specialized assistance, analyses, evaluates and forecast project controls and costs against an established schedule with critical milestone
Provide guidance directions and analyses to the Program Manager on cost, budget and project expenses and projects control activities and efforts
Directs traditional accounting, treasury, payroll, billing, and budgeting activities under the Management Services Agreement (MSA).
Assumes responsibility for the implementation and administration of financial directives and controls.
Assimilates the content of the MSA, integrates it with SAPL employment agreements and operating policies.
Formulates financial policy, incorporating the observance of generally accepted accounting principles.
Represents MSC Finance and SAPL in capacity of senior financial executive on the project.
Reviews financial policy with the Royal Commission and coordinates the organization and progress of the MSC Financial audit performed by the Royal Commission.
Maintains an overview of the departmental sections and integrates their contributions.
Provides top level management of departmental staff through the use and standardization of performance evaluation, progress review, and goal setting techniques.
Offers financial counsel to MSC organizations and to program management.
Responsible for the staffing needs of the MSC in coordination with the Resident Admin Rep of the department.
Responsible for the administration of employee benefits in accordance with employment agreements and company policies and procedures.
Administration of the Compensation matters of project personnel.
Acts as the chief financial spokesman for the project, reporting the results of financial activity to project, corporate, and affiliated company management.
Skills: A baccalaureate degree in Accounting or a closely related field from an accredited college or university and a minimum of twelve years of diversified accounting and projects cost controls experience or fifteen years of directly related work experience for non-degreed personnel. Incumbent must have at least five years experience in personnel administration.