The Senior Finance Officer (SFO) will be primarily responsible for keeping the updated financial records. S/he will be responsible for performing the related financial and administrative tasks duly complying with the organization’s administrative, financial and other policies as well as donor guidelines. S/he will have to support Finance and Procurement Manager (FPM) in preparing financial reports as per the project requirements.
Main responsibilities of job:
Maintain proper books of accounts.
Prepare Periodic financial reports in consultation with FPM.
Ensure compliance with local laws and project agreement.
Perform financial review of district offices, compile the financial reports of district offices and provide necessary guidance to district finance team regarding financial matters.
Periodic reconciliation of Bank accounts.
Timely follow up on advances and outstanding/payables.
Deductions and deposit of TDS on any payments in compliance with the provisions contained in the Income Tax Act 2058.
Facilitate (internal and external) audit activities.
Organize, document and archive relevant documentation, keep files complete and up to date and maintain confidentiality, quality and accessibility of archive and files.
Assist FPM in VAT refund procedures from Inland Revenue Office.
Support FPM in preparation and submission of the financial or any other reports/documents to the donor agencies.
Support FPM in checking and verifying purchase order before sending it to vendor.
Operate bank accounts as per SEBAC-Nepal's rules.
Ensure timely payment of taxes, insurance and monthly salary of staff.
Update personnel file of the project staff and keep them safely for future reference.
Maintain the leave record and contractual documents of project staff.
Maintain/manage the project’s assets and inventory.
Document and manage the data in external hard disk regularly for safety and future reference.
Represent the organization by participation in the seminars/meetings, trainings and in any other programs of the donor agencies and stakeholders.
Candidate should be a female.
Master’s degree in Business Studies or any relevant field with at least 5 years of work experience, in accounting and financial management.
Previous experience in I/NGOs or audit firm will be an asset.
Demonstrated flexibility and openness in responding to work priorities and deadlines.
Ability to work in teams and create a collaborative team-building environment.
Excellent oral and written communications skills, including technical writing and editing skills
Ability to work independently.
Fluency in English and Nepali languages (reading, writing and speaking).
Good knowledge of Nepalese Income Tax and VAT laws.
Good computer skill, expert knowledge on Microsoft word and excel
NOTE: Interested applicants meeting the above requirements are requested to send an application letter with clearly stating the applied post and updated Curriculum Vitae (CV) to the email address stated below. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for further process. No telephone inquiries will be entertained, canvassing at any stage of the selection processes shall lead to automatic disqualification.
The deadline to apply for the above position/s is 17:00hrs, 26 February, 2020