Deadline of this Job:
15 November 2022
Date Posted: Monday, November 07, 2022 , Base Salary: Not Disclosed
The accountant of the Rungwa River corridor project is responsible for financial monitoring of the project and partners’ accounts and carrying out the transactions necessary for the proper functioning of the project.
Under the overall supervision of the project manager and regional accountant and following guidelines provided by ADAP’s financial and operational procedures manual, the accountant will do:
1. Financial monitoring
• Work out the budgets (quarterly and annual) and financial reports.
• Prepare and monitors the cash flow plan.
• Prepare monthly bank and petty cash reconciliations.
• Prepare all the requested information for the independent audits and fully cooperate with the auditors.
• Control the accounting records of the local partners.
• Develop the financial management tools.
• Communicate with authorities (NSSF, TRA,WCF…) and financial institutions (NMB,…) in order to ensure proper compliance with their requirements.
• Ensure the respect of project’s financial procedures by all staff.
2. Daily operations
• Ensure the proper bookkeeping of the accountability
• Ensure that routine activities such as preparing monthly payroll, payment vouchers, debit and credit notes, petty cash vouchers; keeping custody of petty cash balance, petty payments, etc, are timely, properly and accurately done.
• Ensure that all payments and orders have been made authenticated.
• Handle the cash of the safe custody, in accordance with the budget allocated for the implementation of the project activities.
• Keep the inventory of the fixed assets and stocks, ensuring their proper custody.
• In collaboration with the driver, monitor the proper management of the vehicles (check the vehicle logbooks and control the fuel consumption).
• Prepare monthly financial reports to the Project Manager that will be shared to ADAP Geneva and to the regional accountant.
4. Training and advise
• Train cashiers of the local partners.
• Holder of a Degree or Advanced Diploma in Accountancy or Financial Administration
• Good knowledge of accounting procedures and ability to oversee movements of funds
• Proven track record of experience in managing grants from financial agencies or supporting organization.
• Honesty, organisation and interpersonal skills to work in a multidisciplinary environment
• Advanced skills in Microsoft software Word, Excel, PowerPoint
• Willingness to be based in a remote rural area
• Skills and ability to interact with rural communities
• Excellent command of written and spoken Kiswahili and English is essential.
• Should have an idea of migrating from Cash basis to accrual basis (adoption of IPSAS)
• Be able to provide financial statements in the year end in accordance to IPSAS (International Public Sector Accounting Standards) requirements.
• Having a track record of any accounting software usage.
• Diploma/knowledge in IPSAS is an added advantage to the candidate
Work Hours: 8
Experience in Months: 36
Level of Education: Postgraduate Degree
Job application procedure
Applicants are requested to send a cover letter, Curriculum Vitae and copies of Diplomas with the contacts of three references to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline 15 November 2022
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
For any further information please contact email@example.com
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