Zimbabwe Finance Officer

Zimbabwe Finance Officer

Ad type

Accounting

Zimbabwe Finance Officer

  • Industry

    Employment
  • Date Posted

    1 week ago

Zimbabwe Finance Officer

Introduction 

SRHR Africa Trust (SAT) supports adolescents and young people in Southern Africa to walk healthy, happy, confident & safe pathways to adulthood.  We’re an UN ECOSOC accredited 33-year-old NGO and network of activists, NGOs, and supporters, focused on young people, SRHR, and the drivers of adolescent health and wellness.

All our programming is with young people and through young people, and our Youth Hubs and partner organizations link young people to one another, as well as linking them to health services, governments, the African Union Commission, and global agencies.

SAT has offices and programming in South Africa, Botswana, Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe, and a network of partners and programming in Namibia, Mozambique, Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda, Mali, Niger, and Burkino Faso. The office in South Africa also houses the regional function which collaborates with partners globally, at the African Union Commission, at SADC level in Southern Africa.

Job Purpose

The main purpose of a Financial Officer is to record, summarise and report on the financial transactions of SAT Zimbabwe office. Understanding the site’s financial performance by ensuring accurate and timeous financial reporting and variance analysis is the core accountability of the finance officer. These reports include SAT internal, donor and partner reporting activities. In being accountable for the full site finance function, the person is involved in managing the finance and governance functions of partner recruitment and Partner Learning and Development activities.

Main Task and Duties 

  1. Prepare annual financial statements within agreed time scales to comply with all legal/statutory requirements.

  2. Ensure compliance with all statutory requirements relating to financial control, financial management and accounting, including the implementation and adherence to finance policies, procedures and systems.

  3. Prepare financial reports detailing actual income and expenditure and forecasts against budget within agreed timescales.

  4. Ensure that all reconciliations are prepared in an accurate and timely basis, for example bank reconciliations, debtors, creditors and inter-company account.

  5. Develop annual budgets in collaboration with key stakeholders.

  6. Ensure payroll and payroll related payments to employees are made by respective due dates.

  7. Manage all operational finance activities in an efficient and effective way.

  8. Maintain current standing with all mandated local tax and benefits registrations and requirements, including submissions of payments and reports (SARS etc).

Requirements:

  1. Degree in Accounting or National Diploma in Accounting or relevant accounting/finance qualification

  2. Good level of presentation and report writing skills. Excellent written and oral communication skills.

  3. 3-5 years’ experience in an accounting or finance role

HOW TO APPLY

If you are interested in this position, please send a motivating letter together with your CV and three contactable references to Christina Magoro recruitment@satregional.org.

The closing date for receipt of applications is Midday Friday, 26 July 2024. 

For more information on SAT, go to www.satregional.org

 

 

 

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