Finance Officer Job by ANPPCAN

Category: Accounting and Finance Location: Addis Ababa Career Level: Mid Level ( 2+ - 5 years experience) Salary: Negotiable View Jobs by this company Job Description Association for National Planned Program for Vulnerable Children And in Need (ANPPCAN) - Ethiopia was established in 1990 and registered under the Agency of Civil Societies Organizations with registration number 0385. It is a child protection organization works in different parts of the country in collaboration with donor and government partners. ANPPCAN-Ethiopia is looking for well experienced and committed Finance Officer who is responsible for the management of grants received from different donor partners. As per the financial recording and financial information system, journalizes and post transactions. Close all financial accounts monthly; ensure that the accounting system follows the right order and the financial regulation of ANPPCAN-Ethiopia; Prepare financial statements periodically. Conduct major accounting duties specified in the Financial Management Manual of the organization. Specific Duties and Responsibilities Register all incomes and payments of the Organization. Keep separate books of accounts for each donor and regional project. Devise a modern system of accounting for the Organization and apply it. Analyze the financial movements of the Organization and prepare monthly, quarterly and annual financial reports. Explain the financial situation of the organization to its auditors. Monitor Bank statements. Keep a fixed asset register. Control goods received and goods issued by the store keeper. Keep and record all vouchers and supporting documents in good order and in a safe place. Record all cash transactions immediately in the account’s ledger. Reconcile all cash transactions daily and record in a ledger Prepare payrolls for the staff of ANPPCAN-Ethiopia. Prepare schedule of receivables, payables, fixed assets and budgets form subsidiary ledger monthly Prepare trail balance form the general ledger monthly Prepare balance sheet, income statement and fund flow statements from the trial balance and submit to concerned units Prepare bank reconciliation monthly Check vouchers for the availability of budget before payment is effected. Hold all relevant documents available for auditing at any time. Register fixed assets bought or donated Give number to all furniture, office equipments, machineries and other properties acquired. Take inventories at the end of each budget year. Prepare annual budget based on the activities of the organization. Keeps separate books of accounts for each donor and project. Prepares payment vouchers based on authorized payment documents. Processes cash transfer requests. Analyzes payments according to project budget. Keeps the record of fixed assets in the register book and calculates annual depreciation. Sorts out and summarizes petty cash fund account. Prepares cheques. Arranges relevant documents for internal and external auditors. Prepares quarterly and annual reports of the organization to be submitted to donors and relevant government organizations. Performs other duties to be assigned to him by the Administration and Finance Manager. Performs other duties to be assigned to him by the Executive Director of the Organization. Job Requirements Minimum Requirement Qualification: Graduate from a recognized university with BA/Ma Degree in Accounting/Finance with good computer skills and Peachtree knowledge. Experience: At least 4/6 years for MA and BA respectively; of which two years must be NGO experience. Terms of employment: One year contract with possible extension Other skills: Computer literate, Peach Tree Accounting How to Apply Interested candidates are encouraged to email their CV/resume and cover letter to and ANPPCAN-Ethiopia is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, age, disability or status as a veteran with respect to policies, programs, or activities.

Post a Comment