Chemonics International Inc. оголошує конкурс на заміщення вакансії фінансового асистента. Дедлайн - 10 травня 2017 р. (далі - англ.).
Chemonics International, an international development consulting firm, seeks two (2) finance assistants for a USAID/Office of Transition Initiatives (OTI)-funded Ukraine Confidence Building Initiative II (UCBI II). The positions will be based in Kyiv and Kramatorsk, Ukraine.
The new program will complement ongoing USAID efforts to create a prosperous and stable Ukraine. The program will provide fast, flexible, short-term assistance to Ukrainian partners in support of a successful, peaceful democratic transition and in promotion of community cohesion in the wake of the conflict in the East.
The program’s overarching objectives are to:
- Increase citizen support for and participation in the development of a modern, inclusive Ukrainian identity, and
- Increase citizen confidence and engagement in the reform process at the local level.
The majority of UCBI II assistance is delivered as grants to local partners, including goods, services, and technical support. UCBI works closely with a range of partners, including national and local civilian government entities, civil society organizations, and community leaders to ensure that activities respond to local priorities and address underlying tensions. The UCBI East offices in Kramatorsk and Mariupol focus on the liberated areas of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts. Chemonics International is USAID's implementing partner for the UCBI II program
Responsibilities for this position include:
- Ensure that all back-up documentation and approvals are available for transactions before payments are issued
- Assist with entering and processing monthly field office project expenditures
- Assist with the maintenance of the accounting files
- Scan and file accounting documents, and prepare shipments of files to the home office
- Proactively identify errors and/or missing documentation to ensure compliance of financial documentation
- Ensure all financial documentation is filed (securely) in both hard copy and scanned and saved in project digital files
- Prepare letters, correspondence, requisitions and other forms of documents of consequence to be signed by the management
- General assistance to the Accountant or Grants Manager with expense reports, travel advances, contact with vendors, payments to grantees etc.
- Other duties as assigned
· University degree in business administration, finance, or related field required OR at least two (2) years of relevant bookkeeping, financial management, and/or accounting experience required, with preference for USAID-funded project management experience.
· Demonstrated knowledge of office management and knowledge of basic accounting and accounting practices as well as general best practices in Ukraine.
· Ability to work independently with minimal supervision, to prioritize multiple assignments in an extremely fast-paced environment, to meet deadlines, and to exercise good judgment that reflects positively on the UCBI II program.
· Detailed knowledge of USAID rules and regulations preferred but not required.
· Ability to effectively use computer software including financial management applications such as ABACUS or others. Demonstrated high proficiency with Excel spreadsheet applications is also a requirement.
· Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in written form in Ukrainian, Russian, and English
Send electronic submissions to email@example.com by May 10, 2017. Please insert the position you are applying for (“Finance Assistant”) in the subject line and include your CV and a cover letter/statement of interest explaining interest in and qualifications for the job. No telephone inquiries, please. Candidates will be considered on a rolling basis and only finalists will be contacted. For more information, please visit www.chemonics.com.
“Chemonics is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, or other non-merit factors.”