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Finance Manager Job in Kenya

University of Maryland
 
School of Medicine
 
Finance Manager – Nairobi & Kisii 
 
This position provides independently-led finance support across various area programs and teams by ensuring timely and accurate project financial reports and monitoring budget compliance and burn rates for effective implementation of projects.
 
Duties & Responsibilities
  • Implement, review and drive adherence to accounting and administrative procedures and guidelines;
  • Prepare accurate financial reports, schedules and timely monthly closeouts as required;
  • Responsible for account reconciliations and preparation of cash flow forecasts;
  • Timely preparation and submission of program cash requests to HQ Finance office;
  • Prepare pipeline reports, identify internal control weaknesses and implement improvements;
  • Monitor expenses against the program budget, and provide precise, detailed, reports during project start-up and throughout implementation and close-out.
  • Review and ensure proper filing of financial reports to the relevant authorities;
  • Submit program financial reports for review by the Program Directors.
  • Analyze project expenses, including partner financial reports, on a monthly and quarterly basis.
  • Facilitate payment of the approved payroll;
  • Ensure the organization is tax compliant(exempted based on the programs running), and ensure filing of the same where required;
  • Ensure compliance with all donor regulations and MGIC policies, practices, and regulations.
  • Prepare all required documentation for accounting and audits.
  • Work with program personnel to maintain their budgets during the project cycle;
  • Ensure that accounts payable are properly monitored and managed;
  • Maintain the relationship with vendors, creditors and bankers; and
  • Collaborate with the FMA in preparation of statutory accounts.
Qualifications
  • Master’s degree in Business Administration, or equivalent degree/s in finance, accounting, commerce, or closely related field.
  • CPA (K) / ACCA 
  • Minimum five (5) years of related experience managing financial, accounting, and operations functions for large, multi-faceted USAID projects 
  • Supervisory experience a plus 
  • Experience with USAID project accounting requirements.
How to Apply
 
If you meet the above qualifications, you are requested to send your application and CV to hr@mgickenya.org by September 16, 2016. 


Candidates are required to quote the TITLE & LOCATION of the position being applied on the subject line of the email. 

Only shortlisted candidate will be contacted.

Maryland Global Initiatives Corporation is an equal opportunity employer.

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