The Finance lead would be responsible for performing periodic reviews/expenditures analysis, certify the project general ledger, cash book and trial balance; Coordinating and reviewing the accuracy of accounting entries; Review and approve bank reconciliations and reconciliations of petty cash and fund report.
Maintain financial and accounting system and reporting as guided by the organization Finance and guidance/policies.
Review invoices and payments to ascertain compliance with evidence and Donor’s procedures and other pertinent reports.
Maintain/Track Accounts Receivable (A/R) for all program staff and ensure settlement of all cash advances within specified timeframe.
Review and ensure proper authorization and approval and timely processing of payment/reimbursement requests for employees/suppliers/vendors.
Review submission of all tax withholdings (payroll income tax, deduction at source) to relevant parties.
Participate in capacity building of both finance and non-finance staff.
Prepare for and facilitate external/internal audits as appropriate in consultation with internal auditor and respond to audit(s) queries.
Performs other duties and responsibilities as required.
Minimum of 4 Years of experience in program finance management.
Must possess additional accounting certifications i.e. ICAN, ACCA.
Industry knowledge on best practices, policies, current regulations in accounting.
Previous professional experience with international donor programs.
Results-oriented professional capable of achieving targets and goals set in cooperation with the client, counterparts, and stakeholders.
Excellent knowledge of MS Excel and use of accounting software (QuickBooks & ERP).
Good knowledge of bookkeeping and accounting reporting standards.
High level of integrity and reliability.
N450,000 – N550,000 + Benefits