Established in 1915 with Helen Keller as a founding trustee, Helen Keller International (HKI) works to save the sight and lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged. Headquartered in New York City, HKI currently conducts programs in 22 countries in
Africa and Asia as well as in the United States.
We combat the causes and consequences of blindness and malnutrition by establishing programs based on evidence and research in vision, health and nutrition. HKI began working in Nigeria in June 1999 and its programs benefit over 11 million people. Current programs include Vitamin A Supplementation, Infant and young child feeding and Neglected Tropical Disease Control.
HKI is looking to hire suitable candidates to fill the following positions within its rapidly expanding program portfolio.
Generally the Finance Manager will:
Specifically the Finance Manager will undertake the following:
(a) Prepare and verify the accuracy of the monthly report prior to submission to the Country Director;
(b) Prepare donors financial reports according to donor requirements;
(c) Prepare all other financial reports as needed;
Manage all bank accounts:
(a) Ensure income and expenses are affective;
(b) Verify all payment and sign all checks;
(c) Reconcile all bank accounts monthly and submit to CD for review;
(a) Work with the Country Director, Project Coordinators, and sub-offices to create and revise the annual and monthly budgets;
(b) Assist the Administration in the preparation of office running budget;
(c) Collaborate with the Country Director and the Project Coordinators to create the budgets for new projects;
(d) Create and submit and Wire Transfer Request to the Country Director for approval;
Project Monitoring & Reporting:
(a) Prepare the expense tracking and advise Project Coordinators of necessary spending actions;
(b) Distribute project spending information to the appropriate sub-offices and coordinators;
(c) Interact with program staff and CD on project funding status;
(d) Prepare all necessary donor reports and submit to the Country Director for approval ;
(e) Monitor any sub-grant spending as directed by donor rules and regulations;
(a) Verify the accuracy of the salary payments prior to submission to the Country Director;
(b) Verify that the severance account is properly managed and check all transactions prior to CD’s approval;
(c) Assure, review and make tax payments with the approval of the Country Director in timely manner;
(d) Follow up update on local rules and regulations;
(e) Evaluate staff under his/her responsibility;
(a) Prepare country audit in accordance with Regional office and HQ;
(b) Follow up audit findings and recommendations;
(c) Respond to external or internal auditor requests;
(d) Assist to organize meetings and discussions with partners as needed;
(e) Execute all other tasks assigned by the Country Director.
Specific tasks include:
Key Performance Indicators:
Kindly forward your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before COB on 27th May 2014. Subject of email should be FINANCE AND ADMIN MANAGER.