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Finance Officer (Volunteer)

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  • Post Date: July 30, 2020
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Job Overview

Reports to: Country Director
Contract type: Part-time Volunteer

Peace Campaign Zimbabwe envisions cultivating the culture of Peace, interfaith harmony, coexistence, social Peacebuilding throughout the country by recruiting local peace builders and train them through several peace building tools and engaging them in their respective community. Peace Campaign 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).

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.)

Duties and responsibilities

  • Compilation of payment vouchers and necessary supporting documents;
  • Writing and issuing of payments;
  • Maintaining the payments register;
  • 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 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

To apply

Please send your letter of application, updated CV and other relevant documents to email to copy

Note. This is an equal opportunity employment.

Deadline: 10 August 2020

Job Detail
  • Career LevelOther
  • QualificationDegree
  • Experience1-3 Years
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