International Finance Manager - Somalia #345

Location
Somalia/Kenya
Salary
£35,000 + In-country benefits
Posted
17 Sep 2020
Closes
17 Oct 2020
Contract type
Permanent
Hours
Full time
Experience level
Manager

International Finance Manager - Somalia #345

International NGO

£35,000 + In-country benefits

Somalia Kenya

permanent/ 2yr contract

Provide financial leadership, oversight & management to a portfolio of Country Programmes

Financial planning and monitoring

Support the Programme Manager in the formulation, implementation and monitoring of annual business plans and project budgets. Analyse and report on the programme funding position. Lead the financial monitoring and review of grants/contracts. Collaboratively produce project/programme budgets and forecasts. Support the Programme Manager in the management of financial risk in the programme, escalating and addressing any emerging risks.

Accounting and Financial Control

Provide financial oversight and support to all programme locations, ensuring transactions are fully reconciled and discrepancies identified and corrected. Oversee all financial accounting matters, closing the country books in accordance with agreed deadlines. Ensure that direct and indirect costs are allocated appropriately to projects, identifying and reporting on any shortfalls in both direct and indirect cost coverage. Supervise the production of the payroll cycle, ensuring donor funding allocations are accurate, and calculations for salary, income tax, social security, severance and other government levies are in accordance with legislation. Support the Programme Manager in ensuring compliance with all statutory legislation.

Cash Management

Ensure that adequate banking and cash provisions are in place. Manage the short-term cash flow requirements of the programme. Manage the effects of exchange rate fluctuations between local and contract currencies.

External Reporting and Audit

Lead the preparation of country financial statements and donor financial reports. Review and report on compliance against policies and procedures. Lead the preparation for external audits, preparing schedules and documentation as and when required by auditors.

Staff Management and Development

Ensure that Financial staffing capacity is fit for purpose for the needs of the programme. Develop the capacity and career development of national staff, ensuing financial consistency and quality across the programme.

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