Child Fund International – Analyst, Sr. Finance.

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  • Manage financial management relationships between ChildFund and the Implementing partners in the assigned area of jurisdiction.
  • Support budget management, reviews, and implementation by Implementing  partners
  • Assess financial management capacity of Implementing partners  with a view to identifying the gaps and advising management to take appropriate action.
  • Promote improvement in accounting skills amongst Implementing partners  and management committees through relevant training and capacity building initiatives .
  • Assist in the development of and ensuring compliance with policies and procedures.
  • Ensure that Implementing partner accounts are accurate and can be relied upon for management purposes as well as the financial statements therein meet relevant statutory requirements.
  • Review all  Partner annual and quarterly budgets including preparation and sharing of BVAs.
  • Ensure timely submission of reports by the projects, review and provide feedback.
  • Review monthly reports from the implementing Partners and facilitate timely disbursement of funds.
  • Support audits of Implementing partner organizations, support the audit process (review draft accounts, facilitate closure of audit findings).
  • Review  and consolidate partners  financial reports.
  • Respond to inquiries from Implementing partners in a timely manner.
  • Develop and update Implementing partners reporting tools.
  • NSP financial management support: Follow-up NSP funds disbursement, support financial management, review submitted accountabilities, ensure accurate upload of financial data into efin, and follow-up and close outstanding advances.
  • Actively participate in Implementing Partners’ performance reviews, joint monitoring visits and capacity building of staff.


  1. A bachelor’s degree in Commerce, Business Administration, or related discipline
  2. CPA II as minimum requirement. 


  1. Experience in financial management and understanding of various donor requirements.
  2. 5 years relevant working experience, with at least 3 years’ experience in a similar NGO.
  3. A good understanding of financial reporting under local conditions
  4. Team player with excellent training facilitation skills
  5. Innovative with ability to analyze issues and provide practical solutions.
  6. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills as well as strong analytical skills.
  7. High personal Integrity with the ability to promote the highest standards of accountability.
  8. Skilled at the evaluation of partner financial data, internal control environment and make recommendation for their improvement.
  9. Extensive computer proficiency in MS Office applications with a good command of excel.
  10. Proficiency in a relevant accounting package

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