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Superintendent Management Reporting & Long Term Planning


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Madagascar, Antananarivo 

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Mining Accounting

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Superintendent Management Reporting & Long Term Planning

Our client based in Francophone Africa, is recruiting for a Superintendent, Management Reporting & Long Term Planning to oversees and manages external reporting requirements, financial reporting (Annual Financial Statements, Monthly Financial Statements to Shareholders and Senior Lenders and Management Report) and long term financial modeling.

The Company
Globe 24-7 in partnership with our mining client in Francophone Africa, is working together to source experienced and qualified individuals to build capacity within the national workforce.

The Role
The Superintendent, Management Reporting & Long Term Planning will work closely with the Superintendent, Financial Planning & Business Analysis to ensure the Life of Mine model are aligned with the Balance Sheet model and includes the latest forecasts and budgets. The Life of Mine Model is critical for the long term planning, tax planning, debt restructuring and impairment calculations. The position oversees the long term financial view of the company, prepare the relevant presentations, provides analysis with explanations and interacts with the relevant stakeholders and also external parties such as advisors.
The Superintendent, Management Reporting & Long Term Planning has the following areas of responsibility:

  • Maintaining and updating the Life of Mine financial model. Prepare relevant analysis and presentations on an ad-hoc basis.

  • Responsible for the entire process of preparing key monthly and quarterly management reporting, materials for the board and shareholders and other external parties.

  • Responsible for managing the preparation and distribution of financial statements for external use. Ensure that the financial statements comply with the applicable professional standards and IFRS reporting guidelines.

  • Develop and maintain the integrity of the financial reporting process and controls. Oversee monthly and consolidation entries.

  • Responsible for the following accounting areas: inventory (ore, slurry, WIP and finished goods), transfer pricing, standard costing, NDCC calculations and capex.

  • Supporting the adoption and maintenance of financial systems, including the ERP and reporting tools used by the Finance Department.


  • Contribute to the financial closing process by leading the production accounting aspect as well as by leading the team in the preparation of various reports, to ensure timely and accurate financial reporting in accordance with the deadlines prescribed by stakeholders; including shareholders and lenders

  • During the month end closing procedures, coordinate with various teams inside Finance department to ensure that month end can be closed. Part of the month end closing procedures is to ensure that elimination and "consolidation" entries are done.

  • The role is responsible for the inventory (ore, slurry, WIP and finished goods) valuations, cost allocations, transfer price calculations, NDCC calculations and standard costing. On a quarterly basis, draft and update the applicable accounting memorandums relating to the inventory.

  • Review and reflect the correct capital expenditure and capital cash costs. Reviewing the capital expenditure also include frequent communication with asset management and project controls.

  • Oversee and review the monthly reporting requirements to the shareholders and adhere to the timelines provided.

  • Responsibilities include to issue on a monthly basis the snapshot and key KPI's, flash report and management report.

  • Review and oversee all external financial reporting requirements and compliance, including Board and Shareholders reporting packs, financial and other reporting obligations as required by the Common Terms Agreement (CTA) to the lenders.

  • Communicate with External Auditors on financial statements and accounting issues, and assist in preparing supporting documents as required by the External Auditors.

  • Update and maintain the Life of Mine financial model to ensure long and medium term financial decisions can be made.

  • Review the financial model to ensure the information is accurate and verify the validity of the models. Ensure that the model align with other forecasts such as the short term cash flows and Balance Sheet model.

  • Liaise with external auditors and internal auditors regarding the impairment and the workings within the Life of Mine model. This may also include discussions with external parties regarding the workings of the Life of Mine model.

  • Address various ad hoc requests to provide additional information to stakeholders and third party advisors. Some of the ad hoc request would include questions from the advisors on the debt restructuring and specific requests about the formulas within the LOM.

  • Identify and understand the impact of new accounting standards issued by international standard-setting bodies. Apply and incorporate any new IFRS accounting standards for disclosure purposes in the Financial Statements.

The Requirements

  • University degree (Bacc+4) in Accounting, Finance, Economics or related discipline.

  • A professional accounting designation (i.e. CPA, CA, CMA) is an asset.

  • Extensive knowledge of IFRS, and the ability to interpret and apply these guidelines and ensure also the financial statements are compliant with IFRS.

  • Excellent knowledge of Excel and financial modeling.

  • Solid working knowledge of software and database systems used in financial reporting.

  • At least 10 years' progressive experience within a mining or large industrial/manufacturing environment

  • Strong verbal and written English communication skills. French would be an asset.

  • Financial reporting experience and must be detail orientated.

  • Ability to summarize and present complex financial data in an organized and concise manner.

  • Excellent time management skills and the ability to manage large sets of data.

  • Demonstrated problem solving skills and working with complex financial models.

  • Prior experience working in a developing country would be an asset with strong supervisory skills.

  • Full integrity, rigor and constant search for quality and efficiency improvements.

  • Proactive, easy to work with and highly reliable.

The Rewards
The position offers a competitive remuneration package. Lodgings are modern and secure.

Contact Us
Please apply directly by submitting your resume, preferably as a Microsoft Word document.