Financial Administrator (FNB)

at House of WesBank, , Fairland, Gauteng, South Africa in WB Operations General Admin
Ends 24 Jan 2018

about us

WesBank, a division of FirstRand Bank Limited, is a leading Vehicle and Asset Finance bank and part of one of the largest financial services groups in Africa. WesBank has over 40 years experience in asset finance. We focus on providing secured instalment finance to retail, public sector and corporate markets, as well as related services such as insurance, fleet management and full maintenance rental. WesBank is the partner of choice for over 60 leading international brands in fields such as automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), insurance providers and oil companies. We are a global company with successful operations throughout Africa as well as the UK.


The Financial Administrator role in the Company requires an analytical ability to identify solutions to problems in the immediate area of expertise. Due to it being a skilled role, the incumbent will be required to be flexible and thus be able to switch from one specialised task to another, depending on the work load and priorities of the department. The ability to multi-skill across different financial departments and procedures will be to the incumbent’s advantage. The incumbent will be required to control specific financial accounting processes in a division in support of the financial team’s deadlines and compliances.

experience and qualifications

  • Minimum Qualification – Grade 12 or Diploma or Higher Certificate in Accounting and Commerce
  • Preferred Qualification – Diploma (3 yr) in Accounting and Commerce
  • Experience – At least three years experience in financial administration of a department, taking responsibility for certain accounting processes

additional requirements

In accordance with National Credit Act (NCA) candidates applying for this role will require a credit record check. All appointments will be made in line with WesBank’s EE Strategy


  • Prepares Statements and Reports
  • Ensures successful billing run and statements sent to clients
  • Reconciles ledgers and allocation of costs to internal cost centres through journals and ledgers
  • Optimises work through the application of learning experiences
  • Ensures operational excellence through the delivery of work processes according to defined quality standards
  • Delivers customer service through adherence to quality service standards
  • Contributes to cost efficiencies
  • Engages in activities for own development
  • Prepares payments on systems to ensure on-time payment release by other departments
  • Allocates debit order and cash payments received
  • Investigates data to find reasons for client queries
  • Ensures money is collected and payment receipts matched on the system as well as payments to creditors made on time


Updated: January 18, 2018 — 10:03