Centre for the Study of Adolescence Project Accountant Jobs in Kenya

Centre for the Study of Adolescence Project Accountant Jobs in Kenya


About the Centre for the Study of Adolescence

  • Centre for the Study of Adolescence (CSA) is a leading national organization committed to the promotion of the health and development of young people through research, technical assistance, advocacy, and capacity building to expand choices and improve access to safe, affordable and sustainable health services. CSA works in partnership with governments, relevant institutions, professionals and communities to support young people’s right to exercise choice, access health services and participate fully in activities that promote their health and general well-being.

    About SAFIRE Programme

  • The Supporting Access for Adolescents to Integrated Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH) Services (Safire) Programme aims to reduce unsafe abortion rates within existing legal frameworks by linking girls to acceptable services. The programme is implemented in Kiambu, Uasin Gishu and Bungoma counties by a consortium comprising Options Consultancy Services(Prime), Kisumu Medical and Education Trust (KMET) and four grassroots civil society organizations as implementing partners (among them Centre for the Study of Adolescence).

  • Taking a Human Centred Design approach, the programme uses in-depth research and analysis to generate insights into girls’ pathways to reproductive health services. Using these insights, the programme tests social marketing approaches, the use of digital and mobile platforms and other outreach strategies to support girls’ access to quality comprehensive sexual and reproductive services, including through referrals to a network of local providers.

  • The programme also fosters and supports a community based movement to shift social norms and build girls’ agency, through mobilizing both ICT platforms and interpersonal network and building the capacity of local organizations to address the drivers and negative impacts of unsafe abortion.

    Roles and responsibilities

    The holder of this position will:

  • Support the Finance department in effectively managing the project budget.

  • Support the Finance department in accurately phasing the annual budget on quarterly and monthly
    basis based on the project work plan.

  • Monitoring budget to actual expenditures, producing regular and special budget reports,
    performing various budget analyses, calculating budget adjustments caused by revised projections
    and advising team project manager and management appropriately.

  • Coordinating the preparation and monitoring of budgets for the project as per both internal and external formats, on monthly, quarterly and annual basis.

  • Ensure accurate and
    timely input of financial data to ensure sound financial reporting and
    management.

  • Reviewing and posting all field staff liquidations in Quick books

  • Ensure all payment vouchers are well supported, approved invoices, LPOs, requisitions, quotations, and other supporting documents.

  • Prompt response to and processing of financial queries from staff, suppliers and partners.

  • In close coordination with field project staff maintains a system to monitor and forecast cash requirements to meet administrative and project expenditures.

  • Establishes monthly cash requirements for the field staff and make a timely replenishment.

  • Ensuring that the financial policies and procedures are complied with.

  • Maintain an organized and effective financial filing system for all Finance documents including
    vouchers.

  • Manage the donor reporting timetable for the project/program and ensure reports are produced
    in a timely manner.

  • Support and advise partners in submitting their reports and accountabilities.

  • Checking of accountabilities submitted by staff against budget and query of any variances.

  • Understand the donor rules and regulations and ensure all staff and volunteers are following and complying with donor and CSA rules for the grant.

  • Support the finance manager to produce high quality monthly management reports, advising on
    any variances.

    Key Qualifications & Experience

  • Degree in Accounting, Finance or related degree or CPA-K holder.

  • 2-5 years’ experience in a similar role.

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

  • Experience of rules and regulations for non-profit organizations; knowledge of donor financial
    reporting and donor procurement procedures.

  • Adjusts to competing priorities in a fast-paced environment.

  • Strong organizational skills and time management skills.

  • Financial and Information Technology Systems - Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office, Excel
    particularly. Use of accounting software, Quick books.

  • Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment.

    How to Apply

  • For more information and job application details, see; Centre for the Study of Adolescence Project Accountant Jobs in Kenya


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