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Mott MacDonald has recently been appointed by the Department for International Development (DFID) as Implementing Supplier for the Nepal Post Earthquake Reconstruction Programme. The Programme will provide planning support for post-earthquake recovery; design, supervision and delivery of reconstructed community infrastructure; address the barriers to private sector involvement in this reconstruction; and a challenge fund to ensure that the poor and most vulnerable are not left behind. The Programme will operate across Gorkha, Dhading, Nuwakot and Rasuwa, with the main office in Kathmandu.
The role of Finance Officer will sit within the Operations & Finance Team, which is responsible for ensuring that all financial, operational and administrative aspects of the Project run effectively. Day-to-day the Finance Officer will be responsible for ensuring that activities are implemented in accordance with Mott MacDonald financial processes and procedures.
Position : Finance officer
Finance and Accounting, International Development
Finance Officer shall ensure an effective financial management of Purnima as per MML Nepal Finance Manual. The Finance Officer shall have a functional relationship with the District Administration Officer (DAO) and Operations Manager.
Roles and Responsibilities:
Good working knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards/local statutory legislation
experience in financial management of donor funded projects/programmes
experience working for private sector development consultancies/organisations
Good understanding of the Nepalese tax regulations
Experience in developing and implementing finance processes, policies and templates
Adept in handling relations with relevant finance authorities, providers and banks
Understanding the concepts of due diligence, value for money and ethics and transparency
Excellent written and spoken English and Nepali
A good communicator with strong relationship building skills, reliable and a team player
Demonstrable ability to deliver to deadlines
Pro-activity to raise issues with management and resolve identified problems
Ability to undertake periodic travel to district offices (if required).
Required academic/professional qualifications, training and experience
Educated to a Degree standard or technical equivalent
Qualified Accountant (ACCA, CIMA, ICA etc) with significant relevant experience
Advanced Excel skills
Good understanding and hands on working experience of tax and statutory regulations.
Previous experience in preparation of Financial Statements as per local GAAP, Tax and other filings.
Experience with a small company accounts systems such as Quickbooks/Sage
Experience with an ERP (SAP, Oracle, Lawson, Deltek) would be beneficial.
Contract Type (published) : Contract
Work Pattern: Full-Time
Recruiter Contact: Janet Thatcher
Region: Europe and Central Asia
Sector :International development
Work pattern: Full time (fixed hours)
Job Expires: 26-Mar-2019
For Details & To Apply : https://goo.gl/ZZz8hv
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