Oxford Policy Management (OPM) is looking for qualified individuals to provide support services on a project for an international organization, in Pakistan. The project will provide a range of services including but not limited to provision of administrative, financial, procurement and logistical support.
The application deadline is 29th October 2017 and a cover letter specifying expected salary is required. The following position is being sought to be filled:
Financial Officer Responsibilities:
Under the general supervision of the Project Manager, the Financial Officer is responsible for delivery of financial management services provided by the project.
The duties and responsibilities of the Financial Officer include:
• Administering and monitoring the financial system in order to ensure that the project finances are maintained in an accurate and timely manner;
• Maintaining the accounts payable and accounts receivable systems in order to ensure complete and accurate records of project funds;
• Administering timely payments to suppliers, contractors and Technical Specialists;
• Tracking and monitoring project expenses;
• Preparing financial reports;
• Preparing budgets and reviewing financial reports;
• Preparing and supporting audit, analysis and financial control documents;
• Developing and managing the reporting and invoicing for services rendered;
• Developing and maintaining knowledge of Client’s financial policies and regulations;
• Providing financial advice related to local laws and regulations, banking institutions, the reasonableness of estimated expenses for products or services in the Recipient Country to support compliance with Client’s financial policies and regulations;
• Accounting and financial analysis/reconciliation services;
• Reviewing Client’s development projects’ financial reports; and,
• Providing any other related services, as required.
Oxford Policy Management is committed to helping low- and middle- income countries achieve growth and reduce poverty and disadvantage through public policy reform