Reports to: Finance Officer
A charity organisation based in Manicaland (Mutasa) which works to provide clean drinking water, basic sanitation and sustainable solutions to poverty is recruiting for the following position.
Minimum qualifications & experience
- Degree level education, ideally with some Finance and Business Administration obtained from a recognised institution (may be studying for an accountancy/finance qualification);
- Minimum one years’ post graduate experience in bookkeeping or auditing in a reputable organization preferably not for profit setting;
- Experience in office management and supply chain/Logistics;
- Clean class 4 driver’s license an advantage;
- Working experience with NGO is an asset (Graduate Intern experience in NGO an added advantage);
- Proven experience working with Pastel accounting System and Belina payroll;
- Traceable reference at least three.
Knowledge & skills
- Knowledge of the Accounting software system and act appropriately within established finance procedures;
- Prioritise work to meet goals and objectives within acceptable time frames and carry out assigned projects to their completion;
- Communicate effectively verbally, and in writing; Handle sensitive information in an appropriate manner;
- Ability to work efficiently with PC spreadsheet, word processing and presentation programs (i.e. excel, word, PowerPoint etc.);
- Must be well versed with Zimbabwean labour Laws
Duties and responsibilities
- Compilation of payment vouchers and necessary supporting documents;
- Writing and issuing of payments;
- Maintaining the payments register;
- Processing of transactions in Pastel through the full accounting cycle (minimum to Trial Balance);
- Maintaining and accounting for petty cash disbursements;
- Filing of all petty cash vouchers, payment vouchers and receipts;
- Monitoring internal and external expenditures, providing regular updates to the Finance Officer and programs Manager, and alerting Director to possible budget overspend in timely manner;
- Supporting the costing of programme activities and the drafting of operations and programme budgets;
- Ensuring good administration and procurement procedures and compliance with Financial and administrative policies and procedures;
- Assist processing of Payroll for local staff according to Zimbabwean Labour Laws;
- Ensuring human resource needs for the organization are being met;
- Maintaining an inventory of assets and supplies
Note: This is an equal opportunity employment.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews.
Expected start date is 3rd August 2020
Deadline: 19 July 2020