(Last Updated on January 18, 2021 by GERALD NCUBE)
HARARE – The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority(ZIMRA) has embarked on a search for a new Commissioner-General to replace the outgoing Ms Faith Mazani who is set to leave at the end of the month.
Mazani who joined the Tax collector in 2018 is set to re-join the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
In an advert, ZIMRA is looking for someone who is a highly-skilled professional with a minimum of 10 years of tax legislation experience and possessing any of the following first-degree qualifications: Economics, Accounting, Business Studies, Fiscal Studies, Banking, Finance, Auditing or equivalent.
They must also have a Masters degree or equivalent postgraduate commercial qualification on areas such as taxation, business administration, economics, Information Technology, Accounting, Fiscal Studies or law.
Some of the key duties for the CG include providing strategic, proactive and effective leadership for the authority’s operations, supervising and managing the authority’s staff, activities, funds and property, advising the Government on fiscal policy matters, laws and regulations including amendments as well as overseeing the interpretation and implementation of the country’’s policies relating to taxation and customs duties.