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NGO Jobs in Kenya - CMMB


Finance Officer
Location: Nyamira County, Kenya
Reporting to the Senior Manager Finance & Administration, the Finance Officer will support the mission, goals and operations of the Catholic Medical Mission Board (CMMB) in Kenya through the provision of accurate, complete and timely professional financial services.

Responsibilities

·         Provide guidance on and implement CMMB’s financial policies and procedures and donor compliance requirements
·         Ensure that all accounting transactions are processed accurately, completely and in a timely manner in line with the Chart of Accounts through the Abila software (MIP) accounting system
·         Support the monthly preparation of the financial accounts and their timely submission to donors and CMMB Headquarters; and ensure the integrity of the intra—company account
·         Assist in the financial management and compliance activities of assigned grants/projects and office operational activities
·         Assist in the management of the accounts payable and receivable functions
·         Assist in the preparation of bank reconciliations
·         Assist in the review/preparation of payrolls to include accuracy of salary payments and related statutory/payroll deductions, and their timely remittance to staff and vendors (ie PAYE, HELB, NITA, NHIF, NSSF, SACCO, various insurance companies)
·         Support partner and annual audit preparations
·         Ensure all financial assets are adequately safeguarded and all financial documents are securely filed
·         Ensure availability of accurate, complete and timely financial information for decision making purposes by senior management
·         Assist in other program implementation activities and miscellaneous finance duties as required and assigned by the Senior Manager Finance & Administration

Qualifications

·         You have a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce (BCOM) or Business Administration majoring in accounting or Finance
·         You have a minimum of at least three (3) years of accounting experience in a similar capacity working with an international NGO on donor funded project projects
·         You have Professional Accountancy Qualifications (CPAK/ACCA)
·         You possess a high degree of integrity, and a strong commitment to CMMB’s mission
·         You demonstrate strong inter-personal skills and the ability to transfer knowledge and visit project sites
·         You have hands on application of Microsoft Office, (Word, Excel and PowerPoint); working knowledge of Abila (Sage) accounting software preferred
·         You have demonstrable Knowledge of MPESA Bulk Payment System
·         Excellent verbal and written communications skills to include conflict resolution, priority management, and managing expectations of multiple clients
·         Familiarity with Global Fund financial management and reporting will be an added advantage
·         You are comfortable working for a faith-based organization
·         You believe in CMMB, where we’re going, and what we can do together to achieve Healthier Lives Worldwide.
How to Apply

Malaria, Project Officer
Location: Nyamira County, Kenya
Overview
Under the direct supervision of the Program Manager – Global Fund, The Project Officer – Malaria will generally oversee the day to day implementation of the Global Fund Supported community malaria interventions as well as reporting in Nyamira County. Further, s/he will be the focal person for the project’s stakeholder engagements in the county with overall support and guidance of the Program Manager.

Responsibilities

Technical Support & Management
·         Providing support to the planning, implementation, management, and monitoring of community malaria activities within the supported community health units
·         Assisting in providing technical expertise and support during training of Community Health Volunteers (CHVs).
·         Ensuring that activities geared towards community level management of malaria activities are effectively supervised.
·         Planning for regular opportunities to identify lessons learnt and opportunities for documentation of the project’s work.
Coordination and representation
·         Providing overall planning and coordination in training, reporting and supervision visits
·         Liaising with key partners including County Sub County Health Management Teams, local leaders, other NGO partners, and other stakeholders (as necessary) to provide synergy for project activities
·         Attending malaria and community health services related technical working groups and stakeholder meetings at the county, sub county and community.
Administrative and Other Duties
·         Providing monthly written reports to the Program Manager on the progress towards the project’s annual objectives; identifying areas for improvement and those requiring follow-up.
·         Working with the finance department to prepare financial requests and ensure the timely liquidation and reporting of expenditure
·         Any other duties as required by the line manager
Documentation
·         Compilation of activity reports and success stories for inclusion in the qualitative and quantitative reports submitted to Country Office, and contributing to the other reports as required.

Qualifications

·         You have a Bachelor’s degree in Bachelor’s Degree in Health Sciences, Public Health, Social Sciences or Community Health.
·         You have a minimum of at least 4 years’ experience in an NGO set up implementing community malaria programs.
·         You have experience working with health service delivery professionals (e.g. Community Health Workers, health care workers)
·         You have experience with planning, implementing, managing, and/or monitoring and reporting of malaria initiatives
·         You have strong project management skills, as evidenced by impressive academic or professional results
·         You are highly organized, flexible, and adaptable to changing priorities and able to work well under deadlines with minimum supervision
·         You have excellent computer skills using MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook—You must have demonstrable ability to format documents, prepare charts and manipulate data
·         Excellent verbal and written communications skills to include conflict resolution, priority management, and managing expectations of multiple clients
·         Experience in the implementation of Global Fund Malaria grants is an added advantage
·         You are comfortable working for a faith-based organization.
·         You believe in CMMB, where we’re going, and what we can do together to achieve Healthier Lives Worldwide.
How to Apply

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