KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:
Assists the organization and facilitation of trainings, workshops and other events in supporting project coordinators /managers and project officers at any level as required.
Ensure that all program payments are made in accordance with SCI administration policy and procedures and requests working /program advances for payment as per approved Terms of References;
Collects working /program advance and make various payments as per the authorization and approval of budget holders and in accordance with SCI’s financial management policy;
Ensures that all payments are made against sufficient, complete, correct and relevant supporting documents duly verified and approved by concerned managers or budget holders.
Ensures that all payment documents bear ‘Save the Children Paid’ stamp.
Summarizes expenses using relevant expense codes duly authorized by responsible person and timely settle all project advances to finance section of the Field Office before placing a request for another advance.
Ensures that Government withholding tax is deducted from service fees to hotels, resources persons etc…
Ensure that all unused cash returned from specific project advance is deposited in SCI Bank account daily and expenditures settled with in three days.
Facilitates the provision and settlement of travel advances of staff based outside of the FO.
Perform any other activates regarding of financial activities based on line manager’s assignment.
Assist the program in documentation/filing of reports and other program documents;
For each training, prepares training participants payment sheet and list the names of participants and make the payments accordingly, making sure that all necessary documents (e.g. woreda letters, transport tickets) are collected and attached to the payment sheets;
Submits all financial documents to Save the Children field office as requested;
Other duties as assigned by supervisor;
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
Minimum educational requirement: First Degree / Diploma in Accounting/Business Administration, Banking, MBA and Finance or related fields;
Minimum experience required: Four years for Diploma and two years for Degree holders, Demonstrated experience in disbursement related activities in NGO setting and knowledge about project funding and compliance requirements;
Experience of organizing and assisting workshops, trainings and other events;
Willingness experience of working on weekends and out of working hours with extensive filed travels;
Good understanding of project implementation process;
Excellent interpersonal skills;
Demonstrated proficiency in written and verbal English and Amharic, including business terminology;
Excellent and demonstrated skills in computer system, MS-Excel & MS-word;
Ability to travel as needed by the program;
2:Warehouse & Fleet Officer
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
BA/BSC Degree in relevant field preferably in purchasing and Supply/transport management; Business management and management;
Work Experience 4 years, out of which 2 years’ experience directly related to the post
Very good conceptual understanding of the job
Strong interpersonal skill and customer handling
Very good skill in communication
Good written and spoken English knowledge
A good team player
Commitment to and understanding of Save the children’s aims, values and principles
A commitment to children’s rights and principles of equal opportunity
Commitment to Save the Children values.
A high level of computer literacy (word, excel, ppt etc)
How To Apply:
Please attach a copy of your CV and cover letter with your application, and include details of your current remuneration and salary expectations. A copy of the full role profile can be found at http://www.savethechildren.net/careers
We need to keep children safe so our selection process, which includes rigorous background checks, reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.
All employees are expected to carry out their duties in accordance with our global anti-harassment policy.