Tevragh - Zeina
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World Vision Mauritanie est un organisme d'aide des enfants ciblés pour leur bien-être
RECRUTE POUR SON BUREAU DE NOUAKCHOTT
POSITION: UN FINANCE GRANT COORDINATEUR
Purpose of the Position:
To provide financial management and oversight over grant funded activities, in terms of budget monitoring and control, production and analysis of donor financial reports, ensuring compliance to World Vision Field Financial Manual, donor regulations and procedures, perform constant review of policies, systems and internal control measures including capacity building of grant finance staff in-order to effectively and efficiently utilize donor resources.
Promote financial accountability for grants to ensure compliance to both World Vision policies and Donor Regulations.
Monitor actual grant expenditures against approved donor line items on a monthly basis to display rapid decision making and proper planning.
Liaise with support office and grant donors as regards to grant/budgetary issues for timely funding.
Ensure timely financial reporting as per approved grant agreements.
Ensure that bank reconciliation statements are prepared and reviewed on time and outstanding issues are followed up and cleared on a timely basis to comply with World Vision Field Financial manual.
Build capacity of Grant Finance staff by establishing and supervising of all work practices including the provision of opportunities for orientation, training development and succession planning to achieve high levels of implementation and smooth succession planning.
Strategic planning and management through the provision of technical support in grant acquisition and proposal budget preparations.
Review all field and National office staff LDR and reconcile with payroll and ensure LDR summary are prepared to comply with LDR policy.
Ensure Audit recommendation for grants funded project are implemented and adhered to.
Ensure that Cost Allocation Methodology allocation is done in compliance with World Vision CAM policy to ensure fair allocation of charges to various projects.
Design report in sun system and vision excel and /Executive Design.
Train finance and non-finance staff in grant compliance, donor regulations and LDRs.
Perform other duties as required.
Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience
The following may be acquired through a combination of formal or self-education, prior experience or on-the-job training:
Minimum Educational level requirement:BAC+3University Degree in Accounting and Finance.
Technical Training qualifications required:Knowledge in Sun systems and Vision XL and Executive. Be familiar with USAID Grant Regulations and other donors’ requirements.
Experience: At least 4years of experience working within INGO.
Other: Previous grant accounting knowledge and experience is required, in addition to:
Strong interpersonal skills with an ability to take and lead new initiatives
Good communications and mediations skills
Good organizational skills with an ability to set priorities and meeting the required deadlines.
Ability to demonstrate life/work balance and encourage others to do so
Ability to advise and coach others, when necessary.
Fluency in English and French, mastering local languages is a plus.
Working Environment / Conditions:
Work environment: Office-based with frequent travel to the field
Travel: 10% Domestic/international travel is required.
On call: 10%
Seul les candidats et Candidates présélectionnés seront contactés et soumis à un test.