Finance Department Manager

at CSVR
Location Johannesburg, South Africa
Date Posted
Category Finance
Job Type FULL_TIME
Work Hours Day
Salary Units MONTH
Currency ZAR
Street Address Johannesburg

Description

About the Organisation

The Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR) is a non-governmental organisation that envisions societies that are peaceful, equal and free from violence. CSVR aims to understand and prevent violence, heal its effects and build sustainable peace at community, national and regional levels. We do this through collaboration with and learning from the lived and diverse experiences of communities affected by violence and conflict to inform innovative interventions, generate knowledge, shape public discourse, influence policy, hold states accountable and promote gender equality, social cohesion and active citizenship.

 

About the Job

The Finance Department Manager must have at least 10 years finance experience, experience in financial management including working with grant compliance, management and reporting to multiple donors, including one or more government donors (e.g. USAID, DfID, EU, Danish, German, Dutch governments). The position will entail a full-time one-year contract, renewable depending on funding.

 

Key Responsibilities

Set targets for funding and financial investments to ensure organisational sustainability

 

Manage the development of systems, processes, and procedures for efficient management of organisational finances and regional work

 

Manage all financial reporting in accordance with board and donor reporting requirements, and in line with the International Finance Reporting Standards

 

Develop and monitor the implementation of policies in accordance with International Finance Reporting standards (IRFS)to maximise project impact and enhance CSVR’s credibility and image with donors

 

Manage the implementation of the organisational strategy and plans for Finance programme.

 

Manage organisational and project finance audits

 

Requirements

Professional accounting qualification (Chartered Accountant, CMA, CIA, CIMA, ACCA or the like)

 

Master’s degree in Accounting, and business administration or equivalent.

 

Minimum of 10 years’ experience in finance

 

At least 3 years’ experience in financial management including working with grant compliance, management and reporting to multiple donors, including one or more government donors (e.g. USAID, DfID, EU, Danish, German, Dutch governments).

 

Experience in working in an NGO across cultures, preferably in the continent

 

Strategic management

 

Problem solving

 

Compliance oversight

 

  • People management

 

Interested candidates can send their CV

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