The Finance & Grants Manager will support a Consortium of partners implementing refugee education programmes by ensuring the financial and grants management and information systems are in place and functional. The Finance & Grants Manager will be responsible for implementing an inter-agency fraud risk prevention, mitigation and response plan. The position is responsible for receiving and reviewing partner expenditures and reports and preparing consolidated financial reports for the donor.
In the event of a major humanitarian emergency, the role holder will be expected to work outside the normal role profile and be able to vary working hours accordingly.
Qualifications and Experience
- A Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce, Accounting or Business Administration from a recognised university. Possession of a postgraduate qualification or professional qualification such as ACCA, CPA, CIMA, ICSA etc. is an added advantage.
- At least 4 years relevant working experience, preferably with International NGOs, with thorough understanding of GAAP and major donor standard requirements.
- Good financial management skills with knowledge of computer Accounting Packages and good understanding of major donors financial requirements, conditions and Government budgets and tax policies.
- Prior experience working with implementing partners
- Self-motivated with demonstrated ability to generate financial reports and meet set deadlines and with good integrity.
- Team player with good interpersonal/communication, documentation, and facilitation skills and the ability to work under minimum supervision. Computer literary and fluency in English are a must.
- Ability to maintain personal professional development and competencies on financial issues.
- Strategic management and people management skills - team building and delegation.
- Strong negotiation, diplomacy and Confidentiality
- Computer literacy skills - MS office applications, word, excel, PowerPoint, spreadsheets.
- Good Policy Development and analytical skills
- Ability and willingness to undertake periodic field travel to up-country and in insecure areas.
- Prior experience working with institutional donor funding, such as Education Cannot Wait
Contract duration: 1 year
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- No child dies from preventable causes before their 5th birthday
- All children learn from a quality basic education and that,
- Violence against children is no longer tolerated
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