mothers2mothers: Finance Manager Temp

mothers2mothers
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Opportunity closing date: 
Thursday, 31 August, 2017
Opportunity type: 
Employment

m2m is an Africa-based, global non-governmental organisation (NGO) that unlocks the potential of mothers and their families through scalable, high-impact interventions because a healthy generation starts with mothers.  Since 2001, m2m has scaled its programmatic platform across nine countries to provide education and support to almost 1.5 million HIV-positive women through its Mentor Mother Model; a widely supported, evidence-based peer intervention.m2m’s peer mentor platform is designed to provide optimal identification and management of at-risk and high-need clients. Through the entry point of engaging mothers, m2m’s family-centered approach integrates services to meet the needs of women, children, adolescents, and male partners. m2m’s peer mentor-based service delivery addresses key determinants of health, increases knowledge and skills among clients and their families, and strengthens referrals and linkages between community and health facilities.  Fifteen years of data demonstrate m2m’s outcomes: retaining women and their families in care; supporting treatment adherence for individuals infected and affected by HIV; driving social and behavior change for HIV prevention, care and treatment; and improved sexual and reproductive health (SRH).  m2m’s peer mentors work both at the individual level—providing information and linking to resources, boosting motivation and behavioral skills, and building a sense of self-efficacy and control to foster healthy behaviors and skills acquisition; and at the community and institutional levels—engaging social networks, combating harmful social norms, and strengthening health systems.

Finance Manager Temp (6 months)

The incumbent will supports and advise the organisation by providing expert budget development, grant/contract/project management guidance and financial and process analysis in support of the organisations international operations across 8 countries in sub-Saharan Africa.

Key Performance Areas:  
Country office financial management support

  • Management and oversight of country office budget development
  • Analyze information needs at country level and design and maintain reporting tools
  • Generate financial reports to support country office and organization wide decision making
  • Facilitate the preparation and analysis with the CFM of the monthly and quarterly country office and project/award level report packs
  • Facilitate country start up and close out activities

Project and Award Management

  • Analyze award spending trends
  • Ensure that all transactions and revenue are correctly recorded recognized for each award
  • Collaborate with Grants and Compliance and the International Operations unit to ensure that all award restrictions are met
  • Ensure successful financial close out of awards
  • Donor reports

Reporting and analysis

  • Support various organizational units or project teams with financial data analysis and reporting as and when required.
  • Analyze the impact of operational changes and provide the cost implication of redesign, adjusting budgets in accordance with changes
  • Work with Senior Managers, Country Directors and Senior Program Managers to prepare project and operational scenarios and bids for proposals and new programmatic areas
  • Support the Business Development team and other Finance team members to bring together financial and activity information
  • Engage with Human Resources to lead integrated workforce report

Qualifications and experience

  • CIMA/CA or an equivalent Post graduate degree/diploma required
  • 5 years’ Post Qualifying Experience in a financial role required
  • Knowledge of institutional donor requirements; EC, DfID, UN partner agreements, SIDA, USAID, CDC, etc preferred
  • Advanced Excel skill required
  • Advance accounting and budgeting software experience required
  • Advanced experience using various reporting tools
  • Portuguese speakers encouraged to apply

Competencies required

  • Sound business and technical acumen required and will be assessed
  • The incumbent must have the ability to respond to a constantly changing environment and must be high functioning under stressful situations
  • Focused and versatile team player that is comfortable under pressure and uncertainty
  • Ability to communicate clearly at all levels with clarity and precision both written and verbally to a finance and non-finance audience
  • Must be able to adapt and be comfortable to work in a matrix managed environment
  • Proven superior knowledge and experience of computerized financial and business information systems,
  • Previous experience in a multi-national not-for-profit organization at head office level preferred
  • Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to work on own and within various teams;
  • Ability to manage competing tasks; ability to prioritize and produce high level output consistently

mothers2mothers is an equal opportunity employer. We particularly encourage applications from people living with HIV and AIDS (PLWHA), people with disabilities, women and previously disadvantaged people.

Competitive salary packages will be negotiable in accordance with m2m’s remuneration policies.
 
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Location: 
South Africa

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