Oxfam GB Roving Finance Manager Jobs in Kenya
Oxfam GB Roving Finance Manager Jobs in Kenya Job Purpose
The Roving Finance Manager – Africa Node will be responsible for support training, capacity building, strengthening and supporting good practice in the financial management function across countries whilst working with the country directors, HoBO, Finance Manager Arica Node where Oxfam GB is responsible for providing business support.
This will include process and systems training; follow up of accounting issues; support financial risk management through adequate financial analysis and KPI monitoring; Support, review and closure of legacy contract; collaborate with audit and fraud support functions as well as with donor contract management and compliance activities.
This support will include support to humanitarian responses.Manages the day to day operational financial activity for a large and complex operating unit to achieve the job’s defined areas of responsibility.
Contributes to developing and delivering targets and plans within the operating unit (i.e. country or region) and possibly more widely within the affiliate; work may influence affiliate policies.
Ensure financial processes comply with OGB standards and local legislation requirements such as that related to reporting and taxes.
Puts together financial monitoring plans, interprets financial information; provides analyses and advice to country and/or regional managers, and sometimes senior head office managers on a range of complex issues including managing legal compliance and financial risk.
Support with coordination of statutory audits and annual audits
Work with the country funding and finance teams in developing funding proposals including preparation of budgets on exceptional basis.
Ensure oversight of High Risk Donor Reporting, review and reaction to overall performance.
Supports with annual council budgeting processes working closely with the Finance Coordinator, EA node.
Supports managers to work differently / adopt procedures and maintain standards.
To provide advice and support to project team in all aspects of financial management
Lead and manage the setup and implementation of Oxfam systems and procedures for the field office
To assist in the co-ordination and management of humanitarian programmes with responsibility on financial management.
Responsible for the preparation and monitoring of budgets, authorisation of payments, maintenance of cash and bank books, preparation of monthly accounting returns, security of cash, stock and capital, assets purchasing and stock system.
Ensuring compliance to Oxfam GB policies and procedures.
Support Country Humanitarian Co-ordinator, Development PM and Finance Manager on budget planning
Provide coaching and training on Oxfam finance systems to all humanitarian field finance officers and assistants.
This involves review financial management capacity of finance and programme staff and bringing the team in ground to the required level through planned capacity building process.
To support project team on donor narrative and financial reporting, including establishing audit trails, understanding donor requirements
Lead in setting up office is humanitarian responses
Identify risks and highlighting these to senior management
Preparation of budget monitoring reports and leading conversations with budget holders and country management team
Preparation of audit schedules and coordinating in country and global audits
Proactively liaise with country directors and providing technical advice
Lead in ensuring various teams and aware and comply to donor conditions
Building strong management and technical skills among countries support functions.
Proactively highlight country operational challenges whilst proposing/providing innovative solutions to recurrent issues identified.
Ensure finance function operates in an effective manner whilst complying with all Oxfam GB policies and procedures
Ensure Oxfam adheres to local legislative requirements
Manage the staff and resources for defined area of operation
Identify, highlight and follow up mitigation of risks whilst ensuring the control environment is reviewed from time to time to ensure adequacy of controls
Set up and customise control environment depending on context
Manage and liaise with funding and program teams to ensure effective donor contact management (proposals and budgets, budget monitoring and donor reporting).
Manage and liaise relationship between in country and above country teams for efficient operations
Skills, Experience and Knowledge
Recognised degree in accounting and relevant experience in financial management minimum 5 years.
Good management and financial accounting experience, including a pro-active approach to budgeting, budget monitoring, reporting etc
Proven experience of financial management & planning including donor regulations and guidelines.
Good interpersonal and team skills and proven ability to be flexible in demanding situations.
Excellent management and leadership skills.
Proven experience of managing complex/remote relationships.
Proven experience of capacity building, coaching & development of team members.
Experience of working in countries across Africa.
Ability to travel often within region with short notice and for extended period.
Experience working in humanitarian set up
Gender knowledge and cultural sensitivity with a strong commitment and understanding of the values and principles of Oxfam.
Good communication & influencing skills.
Experience of working in NGO sector in countries and/or at the regional level
Experience of working with donor agencies and knowledge of their reporting requirements
Language- Good grasp of French and workable level of English.
How to Apply
Kindly apply through the link below attaching your Resume and Cover letter only.
Search for the vacancy using the reference number - FIN0514
Complete the online application process
Ensure you submit your application before midnight (GMT) on the closing date.
For more information and job application details, see; Oxfam GB Roving Finance Manager Jobs in Kenya
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