New Baghlan Sugar Company (NBSC)
Chief of Accountant
Baghlan Sugar Factor was established in 1938 (1317) with initial capital of 43 million Afs and 350 technical and administrative workers and 700 seasonal workers. On October 2004 (1383), the factory was privatized and resumed to its operations in 2006 by the name of New Baghlan Sugar Company (NBSC). As a result of insolvency of private investors, intervention happened. DEG, a German investment firm with the support of German Federal Ministry for economic cooperation invested in NBSC in 2005 and later in 2010 the remaining shares were sold to DEG. However, existence of nematodes on cultivation land reduced factory inputs and has reportedly damaged the land targeted for sugar beet cultivation. And likewise challenges resulted, DEG to pass on the shares held by them and KWS to Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (MAIL).
In this way, MAIL can work on alternative concepts for the future purpose of NBSC and take charge of implementation. In order for MAIL to continue the production of sugar and implement other alternative plans for sustainablity of the NBSC, we would like to designate a qualified person as Head of Accountant that can lead, supervise and assist CEO in all accountant and personnel realted acitivites of the company.
Baghlan Province with possible trips to Kabul.
The NBSC Head of Accountant will report to NBSC CEO and his/her designated Senior Staff.
To effectively perform the duties outlined in the Terms of Reference, the Head of Accountant should have the following qualifications:
Functional knowledge (professional requirements)
Competencies required in the candidate(s) applying:
Send your CV to:
HR Department Contracted Staff
Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock,
Address: Kabul University Road, Kabul, Afghanistan
Note: No resume will be taken under consideration without having a cover letter.
Only shortlisted candidates will be called for interviews.
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