Finance Officer USAID Non-profit Jobs – Pathfinder International (PI)

Job Title:      Finance Officer
Organization: Pathfinder
International (PI)
Duty Station: Kampala,
Uganda
Reports to: Finance and
Administration Manager
About US:
Pathfinder International (PI) is an international non-profit
organization that is dedicated to supporting high-quality comprehensive
reproductive health services.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
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Maintain on a day to day basis records and
documentation of all financial transactions.
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Track and follow up on outstanding advances and
ensure timely liquidation.
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The jobholder will also process reimbursement
payments to participants of field activities, including per diem and
transportation.
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Process the local payroll and administer
benefits plan.
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Prepare financial reports as well as participate
in the preparation of reports to donor.
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Review cash books and ledgers, prepare bank
reconciliation statements and other elements of the Monthly management report.
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Prepare month end close financial reports
Provide oversight to the use of the petty cash fund.
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Work closely with sub grantees/contractors to
ensure adherence to donor, organizational and local policies and build capacity
of local organizations to become successful and sustainable service providers.
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Conduct on site quarterly review of local
partners’ financial reports and develop corrective action plans.
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Review sub grantees /contractor’s budgets,
budget modifications and raise quarterly funds request.
·        
Support the successful implementation of pathfinder
programs in Uganda. 
·        
Perform assigned duties effectively and in a
timely manner and undertake any other duties as assigned by Supervisor



Qualifications, Skills and
Experience: 
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The jobholder should preferably hold a
Bachelor’s degree in Bachelor of Commerce or related fields from recognized
institutions of higher learning
·        
At least three to five years’ relevant
experience in progressive responsible position.
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Previous USAID experience and financial training
will be added advantage.
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Experience in designing systems and using mobile
money platforms to effect payments
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Fluency in both written and spoken English.
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Excellent interpersonal and communication
(written and verbal) skills.
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Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
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Desired personal qualities include integrity,
patience, tact, mature judgment, and strong negotiating and interpersonal
communication skills.
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Ability to work well under pressure in a
fast-paced environment with shifting priorities and multiple deadlines.
·        
Ability to exercise sound and timely judgment
and maintain confidentiality of sensitive information.
How to Apply:
All suitably qualified candidates should send their cover letters and
updated CVs indicating current and expected salary, telephone contacts and
three referees preferably supervisors to PIUapplication@gmail.com.
Deadline: 17th November 2017
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