Co-PLAN is a non-profit organization that has contributed to sustainable development by enabling good urban and regional governance, tackling key environmental issues, developing civil society, impacting policies, and promoting community participation knowledge-making since 1995.
At the core of Co-PLAN’s activity is the work with people and institutions, to foster tangible social transformation and positive change on the ground by inducing change-driving knowledge in our society for smart management of our habitat. Co-PLAN fulfils this mission through means of pilot activities and advisory services financed by national and international institutions and direct involvement with communities, local government units and other non-governmental organizations in the field of urban and regional management, environmental management, and municipal finance.
Co-PLAN is announcing a vacancy for the position of “Finance/Project Assistan
t”, with details as follows:
oPerform daily financial and logistical tasks on project level;
oAccounts processing and reconciliation;
oPreparation of monthly and quarterly project financial reports;
oPreparing and ensuring accurate and timely processing of all financial an administrative related documentation and maintaining accounting records;
oProject cash flow management;
oProject budgeting and forecast;
oFollow the Project policy documents and guidelines on financial rules;
oPerform all other duties assigned;
Qualification and skills:
-A Bachelor's Degree in Finance or Economics is required for this position
-At least 2 years’ relevant professional experience in relevant discipline
-Working knowledge of English (absolutely required).General professional experience:
-Experience with standard accountant software.
-Experience of accountant administration in non-profit organisation would be an asset.
The Financial/Project Assistant should demonstrate excellent numeracy skills, accuracy and confidentiality, attention to details, effective communication, analytical thinking, and computer competences.
To apply for this position please send the following:
-A cover letter expressing your interest (written in English);
-A CV (including referee contact details) and letters of references if available (in English);
-A copy of your academic diplomas;
-A document to prove the level of knowledge of the English Language (Diploma, Certificate, etc.).
Applications are accepted until November 30, 2018, 17:00h. Co-PLAN is an equal rights and opportunities employer. Only those who fulfil the requirements specified in this Terms of References are encouraged to apply. ONLY short-listed candidates will be contacted for the second stage of the selection process.
All applications are to be sent to: email@example.com