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Type d'emploi : Contrat Ã durÃ©e dÃ©terminÃ©e
Type de contrat : Temps plein
Fonction : Gestion financiÃ¨re
Date de publication : 08/11/2023
Date limite : 30/11/2023
ProfilYou hold a degree in relevant field such as Business administration, Economics, Finance You have at least 3 yearsâ experience overseas in development and post crisis environment, in managerial positions corresponding to the needs of the position. You have strong experience in budget monitoring, financial planning, internal procedures controls, financial risks assessment, financial reporting. You have experience in coordination or regional positions, preferably in remote management and/or multi-country management. You have special ease at collaborative work, participatory approach, and an ability to create dynamic and very positive working relations, including at distance.
Handicap International/Humanity & Inclusion (HI) is an independent and impartial international solidarity organization, which intervenes in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflicts and disasters. Working alongside people with disabilities and vulnerable populations, it acts and speaks out to meet their essential needs, improve their living conditions and promote respect for their dignity and fundamental rights. More info:
At Handicap International-Humanity & Inclusion, we truly believe in the importance of inclusion and diversity within our organisation. This is why we are engaged to a disability policy to encourage the inclusion and integration of people with disabilities.
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Women Integrated Sexual Health 2 (WISH2 2) is one of the components of the overarching WISH2 Dividend programme implemented in Sub-Saharian Africa and funded by UK Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office (FCDO). This program is central in advancing the UKâs priorities to empower women and girls, aligning with various UKâs strategic frameworks such as the International Development Strategy, the UK's strategic initiatives in sub-Saharan Africa, the International Women and Girls Strategy, and the FCDO's strategy on disability inclusion and rights. Within the WISH2 Lot 2 consortium, led by the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) and with its hub located in Nairobi, HI is the disability inclusion consortium partner, working alongside with Organisations of Persons with Disabilities (OPDs).
Under the direct line management of the WISH2 Senior Project Manager, the WFM is part of the coordination team based in Nairobi for the âWISH2â project implemented in 7 countries with HI operation in 2 countries, Sout Sudan and Madagascar. With the support of the EAR Regional Finance Manager, the WFM has overall responsibility on the finance management : budget and financial planning, close monitoring (of the regional component and each of the 2 countries) and reporting (in coordination with in-country teams). He/she also ensures respect and dissemination of donor guidelines at field level and is in charge of the administrative management of the regional component of the project. While the position is located in Nairobi (Kenya), it might require missions to each of the countries where the project is implemented.
Responsibility 1: Ensure a sound financial management in line with HI internal procedures and donorâs rules.
BUDGET AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENTWith the WISH2 Senior Project Manager and the WISH2 Technical Manager, draw up the coordination's annual budget based on the annual plan of activities. Ensure the implementation of expenditure commitment procedures and control the allocation of expenses; ensure that each budget holder has received adequate training for managing their budget and codifying expenditure correctly. Ensure coordination with the program teams for drawing up and monitoring of the donor budget and for compliance with the donor requirements. Monitor progress on the project financial execution and ensure it corresponds to the programme's financial and budget monitoring (reporting and alert role) Analyse variances between the forecast and the realized annual HI budget on a monthly basis; propose relevant adjustments and, where necessary, prepare the modification request for submission to the donor. Design / update the budget set-up in the financial software. Design the required internal monitoring boards / reports. Contributes towards optimising the use of HIâs own funds. Adheres to the deadlines in HIâs financial calendar. Prepares responses to questions from internal and donor auditors.
REPORTINGOversee respect of internal and donor deadlines for financial reports Control and compile the financial reports for the donor both at the coordination component level and at the project level and prepare the final report. Archives the budgets and financial reports shared with institutional donors (with an internal and external version) in the dedicated storage spaces.
TREASURYForecast the annual treasury plan for the coordination activities performed in the 6 implementing countries. Prepare the monthly treasury forecast and circulate it to the Site Admin and the Site Finance Manager.
Responsibility 2: Ensure administration of the regional component of the project
COORDINATION ACTIVITIESManage implementation of coordination activities on the administrative and logistic aspects in coordination with Support Services teams in the countries of intervention Support the Regional team to establish Procurement Purchase and Service Requests (PSR), Travel and Reimbursement of Expenses Forms (TER), Sworn statements and Reconciliation Approval Forms (RA) Guarantee proper archiving of the organisation's documents (compile and organize archives of operational and financial data for the regional component) Support the in-country meetings and conferences activities (in particular the procurement process, travel allowances, participant lists)
Responsibility 3 â ComplianceEnsure compliance of the project on the above listed aspects with donor rules Ensure compliance with legal requirements (HR, log, administrative, financial, etc.), calling on local expertise if required (lawyers, employment inspectors, etc.) Ensure the monitoring of partnership contracts and their compliance with internal rules and donor obligations. Follow up on internal control procedures for the accounts, cash-flow, finance and logistics. Ensure control of partners' financial, administrative and logistics management Write and disseminate memos when necessary to ease the understanding.
Responsibility 4 â Coordination / RepresentationEnsure close coordination with the aim to maintain accurate and updated information for the 2 WISH HI countries and the Regional HUB of WISH2. In link with HQ Focal Points. Relay all issues faced by HI regarding financial matters to the consortium leader, be proactive for suggesting solutions and/or negotiating alternatives. Share the necessary information with the line manager and HQ technical advisor.
Responsibility 5 â Support / Capacity buildingBe the focal point for each country of implementation in the aim to share all necessary information and address all issues. Support to financial teams in countries of implementation and to local partners on the programâs administrative and finance management, organization of trainings when necessary. Make field visit upon request.
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE POSITION:
Kenya is a large country with a good quality of life despite urban insecurity in Nairobi. The rainy seasons are from March/April to May/June (long rains) and October to November/ December (short rains). Nairobi provides access to many entertainment, education, and health facilities. HI has a head office in the business district called Westlands Accommodation for all different preferences is available. Mobility around the city is easy, vehicle taxis and motorcycle taxis are available for movement around the city, although the use of public buses is not allowed.
At HI, the conditions offered are up to your commitment and adapted to the context of your mission. en/join-the-team3 years international contract starting from April 1st, 2024 The international contract provides social cover adapted to your situation: Unemployment insurance benefits for EU nationals Pension scheme Medical coverage with 50% of employee contribution Repatriation insurance paid by HI Salary from 2869 â¬ gross/month upon experienceÂ Perdiem: 608,99 â¬ net/month - paid in the field Paid leaves: 25 days per year R&R: 1 day per month
Position:unaccompanied Payment for travel costs (air ticket & visa) and transport of your personal effects A child allowance of 100â¬ per month, per child (from the second child) paid in the field open to couples Support travel costs (air ticket & visa) for accompanying dependent and health/ repatriation insurance if the dependent has no income Payment of one yearly additional return flight open to families a child allowance of 100â¬ per month, per child (from the second child) paid in the field Contribution to school registration fees for children over 3 years Family-wide health coverage Payment for travel costs (air ticket & visa) and transport of your personal effects Housing : Individual taken in charge by HI
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