Role Description


  • Overall responsibilities of the role:
    • Acting as PMO for the GHQ LCA function
    • Setting the policy for, and overseeing adherence to, the legal and institutional ZBB package across GHQ and all zones;
    • Managing the GHQ LCA ZBB budget


  • As PMO, the GHQ LCA PPM is responsible for:
    • Managing recurring LCA meetings with pre-set agendas, follow-ups, and co-ordination and preparation of materials. This Includes materials for monthly CEO updates, and other functional meetings.
    • Facilitation of LCA strategy across GHQ and zone teams
    • Managing target setting and cascading for the LCA function
    • Overall management of the Business Cycle


  • The responsibility for the Legal and Institutional Package globally means that the GHQ LCA PPM is responsible for setting the ZBB policy for these packages, giving guidance to the Zones on the policy, and ensuring bookings against the package are made in accordance with the policy


  • As the ZBB manager for GHQ LCA, the GHQ LCA PPM is responsible for:
    • Management of the Business Cycle process for the L&CA organization: Capture Base Case assumptions for key business drivers and use them to develop short (1YP) and long term (3 YP) performance strategy objectives and model impact to L&CA results. Build long term objectives into detailed annual budget for Global scope.
    • Performance of ZBB daily & monthly routine tasks, including month-end financial closing, as well as responsible for the annual budget planning process. 
    • Ensuring timely and accurate delivery of financial reporting and interfacing with the Finance ZBB, Procurement, ABI Foundation and Global team related to: - Monthly cycle - Budgeting process - Tracking & Monitoring 
    • Overseeing and coordinating the bottom up detailed budget for the Legal and Corporate Affairs organization, ensuring the delivery of approved targets set by Chief Corporate Affairs Officer and General Counsel.
    • Developing analytical insights needed to ensure accurate forecasts and propose gap closing opportunities for meeting Budget objectives.


Qualifications & skills

  • Detail oriented, with strong financial and analytical skills
  • Well-organised and structured way of working with the ability to prioritise and get things done
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with a customer service mindset and strong team orientation 
  • Undergraduate degree in accounting or business administration or equivalent experience
  • Strategic foresight, ability to see big picture and interrelationships of proposed opportunities (gap opening)
  • Strong negotiation and decision making skills.
  • Excellent understanding of how systems and processes fit together 
  • 5 or more years business experience. Previous supervisory/management experience leading Team through challenging endeavors with high volume of confidential data with tight timelines preferred.
  • Understanding of ZBB methodology 
  • Expert in Microsoft Office Suite 

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