The ideal candidates must hold a good HND / B.Sc. in Accounting from a recognized Institution with professional qualification such as ACA or ACCA
Candidate must have between 3 - 5 years working experience in similar position
Must be between 25 - 35 years of age.
Trinity Financial is a limited liability company duly incorporated in Nigeria under the 2002 Companies and Allied Matters Act. licensed and supervised by the Central Bank of Nigeria as a full-fledged Financial Service Firm.
We are recruiting to fill the position of:
Job Title: Investment Banking Officer
The successful candidate will play the following roles:
Buys and sells investments, stocks and trusts on behalf of clients
Prepare legal and financial documents to complete investment purchases and acquisitions
Liaise with clients to know capital required to attain goals and best means to raise the capital
Identifies innovative business opportunities to help clients geow
Develops thorough knowledge of regulation and legal issues in ibdustry
Researches, analyses and interprets financial information and market trends
B.Sc / HND in a numerate subject (Accounting, Math, Banking, Finance)
At least 2 years post NYSC experience in investment banking
Candidate must reside in Victoria island -lekki environ
A single female ready to be hands on is prefferred. Age 26-33
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Abuja Clinics was established in 1989 as a health institution to provide efficient medical services to the then budding Federal Capital Territory (FCT). From humble beginnings it has grown into a group of 3 hospitals located in Karu, Garki and Maitama districts of the FCT .
The group possesses advanced medical equipments to assist its team of highly qualified and dedicated health personnels. These equipments include but are not limited to the 64-slice CT scan unit, 4D-Ultrasonography, Mammography unit with stereotatic biopsy and Intra-operative C-arm fluoroscopy allowing for excellent diagnosis and cure.
The hospital renders services in all major fields of medicine such as: Surgery, Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Internal Medicine, Radiology and Dentistry.
The smooth running of the establishment is ensured by the department of administration which is manned by a team of seasoned work force. It coordinates the activities of the three clinics thus ensuring an integrated system.
Job Title: Account Officer
Minimum years of experience
Accounting /Financial Accounting
BSc / HND in Accountancy or Finance.
Must have 3 to 4 years proven working experience as an account officer.
Excellent organizing abilities.
Great attention to detail.
Good with numbers and figures and an analytical acumen.
Good understanding of accounting and financial reporting principles and practices.
Excellent knowledge of MS Office.
Must be computer literate
Mercy Corps is a leading global organization powered by the belief that a better world is possible. In disaster, in hardship, in more than 40 countries around the world, we partner to put bold solutions into action - helping people triumph over adversity and build stronger communities from within. Now, and for the future.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Job Title: Senior Procurement Officer
Reference Number: ABV / OPS / 2020 / 0010
Position Status: Full-time, Exempt
The Procurement Department is committed to implementing and maintaining the highest standards of efficiency and integrity in the purchase of goods and services
The overriding objective for all Mercy Corps procurement activity is the prompt and effective provision of materials and services to Mercy Corps’ beneficiary populations in compliance with donor specifications.
General Position Summary
The Senior Procurement Officer is responsible for overseeing the procurement aspects of Mercy Corps’ logistic operation
Working closely with Program, Administration, Finance and Logistics the Procurement Manager is instrumental in supporting program activities through his/her services.
Essential Job Responsibilities
Coordinate MC procurement activities.
Ensure that the procurement department supports the programs efficiently and compliantly.
Understand MC procurement policies and formats. Provide training to staff on these policies.
Assist Program and Operational personnel in regular procurement planning meetings.
Assist staff as needed on timely completion of purchase requests and other documentation.
Oversee the gathering of quotations and bids from the market for PR – as per Mercy Corps standards and formats.
Interact with contractors, in coordination with the Program & Logistics Managers.
Ensure that the required documentation of supplies and transactions are completed to MC standards.
Prepare status reports on deliveries for P&L and office Management and recipient of supplies. Assist in the maintenance of thorough procurement files as outlined in the MC procurement policy.
Coordinate with the Warehouse on delivery of items including completion of Goods Received Notes, storage of items and transfer of items to field sites.
The Procurement Officer will conduct himself/herself both professionally and personally in such a manner as to bring credit to Mercy Corps and to not jeopardize its humanitarian mission.
Regularly produce purchase status and completed purchases reports using the Ongoing PR Master List and PR Master List.
Ensure that Mercy Corps’ procurement activities are legal and moral.
Enforce proper use of procurement ceilings and approval procedures.
Ensure that the procurement filing system is in place and in accordance with the Procurement filing procedures as outlined in the Procurement Manual.
Assist the P&L management and office staff with procurement activities, as required.
Coordinate with the Finance Department to ensure that payments to vendors are made on-time and without any unnecessary strain on the financial systems of MC
Assist P&L Management with asset management. Identify assets during the course of procurement and notify the Asset Controller on receipts of assets.
Maintain files on market prices for commonly-bought items.
Establish preferred supplier agreements for commonly used items.
Create and sustain a work environment of mutual respect where team members strive to achieve excellence.
Promote accountability, communicate expectations and provide constructive feedback via regular performance reviews.
Supervise, hire and orient new team members as necessary.
Provide team members with information, tools and other resources to improve performance and reach objectives.
Contribute to country team-building efforts, help team members identify problem-solving options and ensure the integration of all team members into relevant decision-making processes.
Ensure compliance with security procedures and policies as determined by country leadership.
Proactively ensure that team members operate in a secure environment and are aware of policies.
As part of our commitment to organizational learning and in support of our understanding that learning organizations are more effective, efficient and relevant to the communities they serve, we expect all team members to commit 5% of their time to learning activities that benefit Mercy Corps as well as themselves.
Accountability to Beneficiaries:
Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts toward accountability, specifically to our beneficiaries and to international standards guiding international relief and development work, while actively engaging beneficiary communities as equal partners in the design, monitoring and evaluation of our field projects.
Team members are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner and respect local laws, customs and MC's policies, procedures, and values at all times and in all in-country venues.
Directly supervises the Procurement Officer and Procurement Assistant/intern.
Accountable for following Mercy Corps Field Procurement Manual, the MC Code of conduct regarding procurement activities and MC Conflict of Interest policy.
Reports Directly To: Operations Manager (or Operations Director in the absence of Ops Manager)
Works Directly With: Operations Team, Finance Team, Co-ordinates with Mercy Corps program and operations staff regarding procurement planning and activities.
Knowledge and Experience
Degree in a relevant Business field is desired.
3-4 years of experience in a similar senior position in a large scale supply chain management and / or international business or NGO (preferable).
Certification in procurement/supply chain management.
Training in Strong organizational skills; ability to interact effectively with international and national personnel.
Excellent oral and written English skills. High-level computer skills in MS Office suite.
A demonstrated ability to multi-task and process information into action as to not delay program activities.
A clear understanding of procurement ethics and donor compliance is essential.
Conscientious with an excellent sense of judgment
Ability to work simultaneously on multiple tasks
Willingness and ability to work effectively with a wide variety of people
Ability to work as part of a team and coordinate with project personnel
Good spoken and written English
Computer literate and strong organizational skills.
Application Closing Date
6th March, 2020.
How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV and Cover Letters in one document, addressing the position requirements, reference number and location to: firstname.lastname@example.org using the Job Title as the subject of the email.
TADST Systems is currently recruiting suitably qualified candidates to fill the position below:
Manage bank relationships
Bank account reconciliation
Book keeping - posting of entries in basic accounting software
Prepare financial statements and manage audits
Prepare and file tax returns as at when due
Manage monthly and other periodic financial reporting for the company, including executive reporting, cash flow projections, budgets and forecasts.
First Degree / HND in Accounting
2 years relevant experience
Good Microsoft skills especially in word, excel and powerpoint
Good written and communication skills
Ability to multi-task and handle a fast paced work environment
Adequate knowledge of any accounting software (SAP/Peachtree, quickbooks etc)
Ability to self-manage, prioritize
Must be analytical, proactive, and be a team player
Pact West Africa is a Non-Governmental Organization with over a decade of experience working in Nigeria to create thriving, resilient communities that are heard, capable, and vibrant. Pact West Africa started operations as Pact Nigeria in 2005, and builds capacity of civil society organizations and improves the livelihoods and health of the poor and marginalized in the society. Pact has 46 staff in Nigeria. Pact is seeking a qualified consultant to facilitate a three-day team building exercise and to compile a report outlining the workshop's proceedings, including practical recommendations and operational tools which can be used by the team in the futu
The Finance Volunteer will support and assist the Finance unit in the daily activities of the finance unit.
Duties and Responsibilities
Assist the finance unit with accurate filing and record-keeping of all financial documents.
Assist the finance unit with accurate scanning, labeling, and uploading of all financial documents.
Update monthly remittance records of all financial payments.
Assist with filing of all transactions made on a monthly basis.
Maintain confidentiality of all financial and other job-related information
Register all payments made on a monthly basis and update electronic registers.
Keeps record of all finance documents and ensure reports are properly filed, labeled and stored in a clear and easily accessible manner in accordance with the financial policy.
Archive all hard copy financial documents in the office Archive.
Any other duty as assigned
Minimum of B.Sc. qualification in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, Management or any other relevant Management Sciences.
One-year team financial support/admin experience working in an international organization or private sector corporate essential
Highly IT literate, Advanced Excel skills and fully competent in Microsoft Office programs
Knowledge of internal control systems and financial audit processes
Job Location: Maiduguri, Borno, with possible Duration of contract: 3 month (with visits to project locations possible extension)
Line Manager: Admin Coordinator
Line Manager + 1: Head of Mission
Expected hiring Date: ASAP
Context & Background
The eight-year conflict in Nigeria’s northeast has created a deepening humanitarian crisis. Boko Haram violence and military operations continue to affect millions of people across the region. Nearly 1.9 million people have been forced to flee their homes; more than half of these people are children. Despite massive funding deficits and challenging humanitarian access in some areas, mainly in Borno State, humanitarian partners have scaled up efforts to assist 6.9 million of the most vulnerable people. From January until end of February this year, at least 1.9 million people received life-saving assistance.
The key figures are:
6.1 million people are in need of protection assistance
5.1 million people are food insecure
3.4 million people need nutrition assistance
2.9 million people need education support
2.3 million people are in need of emergency shelter and NFI
3.6 million people need WASH services
More than 50,000 people risk famine in Nigeria’s north-eastern Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states between June and August. Some 5.2 million people are projected to suffer severe food scarcity, a third of them will face “emergency” levels of hunger.
Scope of Work
The role of the Finance Officer involves providing financial and administrative support to Senior Management Team, colleagues and others where applicable.
Finance Officer job description should highlight the need for candidates who are focused on outcomes, excellent problem solvers and strong communicators.
The Finance Officer responsible for maintaining sound financial and accounting systems and controls for SIF Nigeria. The role entails performing day to day financial accounting tasks including, but not limited to: processing payments, filing and document retrieval, providing data for report preparation, budgeting, financial accounting and reporting of assigned grants.
Role in the Organization
The tasks below are not exhaustive and due to the nature of the role, mission and organization, flexibility is required.
Finance and Accounting:
To perform the day-to-day accounting functions of all activities, including, but not limited to:
Maintaining Cash and Bank Books in SIF Excel format to be further submitted to Admin Co for review;
Maintaining of SIF Cash and bank payments, ensuring sufficient amount are available, and that security measures are in place and being followed;
Conducting Cash reconciliation on daily basis and Bank Reconciliation on weekly basis, and reporting to Admin Co if there are any discrepancies;
Collecting Bank Statement by 5th of following month and preparation of monthly Bank Reconciliation for each Bank account;
Processing vendor’s Invoices in accordance with SIF Procedures, ensuring that all statutory deductions are followed and paid to appropriate local government and other authorities in time;
Checking and processing monthly staff Payroll In close coordination with HR, ensuring that all statutory deductions are followed and paid to appropriate government authorities in time;
Ensuring all Payments/Financial transactions are carried out as per: a) SIF Financial and Accounting Procedures; b) Donor requirements; c) requirement of audit; d) local legislation;
Supporting colleagues in handling cash and financial transactions, providing guidance if required;
Working with the Admin Coordinator on:
Preparation of accurate monthly financial report within the agreed timeframe, including the compilation and finalization of monthly expenses for all cash and bank books;
Assisting in preparation of Treasury Forecast in coordination with HR, Logistic and Program Management team;
Management of proper cash transfer to the field sub-offices when needed;
To be focal point for preparation and submission of required reports to local authorities (SCUML, Revenue Office, Pension, NHF, NSITF and others);
To be Focal point for processing monthly staff Payroll in timely manner including for field sub-offices
Preparation of required documents for internal and external financial audits, providing all information required by local legislation, donors, HQ or other bodies;
Conduct regular internal audit and report immediately if there’s possible fraud’
To scan monthly financial paperwork after proper checking, ensure they are completed and no any missing signature/documents;
Ensure all financial transactions and are filing and archiving is in line with SIF and donor requirements
To forward to SIF HQ the monthly archiving before 10th of following month.
Ensure and facilitate the communication and information sharing within the team and the department where applicable, and contribute to the team responsibilities;
Work in close collaboration with other departments.
Maintain open and frequent communication concerning financial transactions where applicable, with SMT, PMT, Field staff, and HQ;
Ensure colleges are informed of the required financial procedures, and answer to any questions, provide coaching and guidance if needed.
Activity planning, implementation and follow-up of financial matters;
Undertake all other duties that may be determined by the Admin Coordinator and/or Head of Mission and that are compatible with the job;
Perform duties of Admin Co during his/her absence.
Qualifications and Experiences
Professional Certificate in Accounting / Bookkeeping;
3 years of professional experience in finance/admin position, preferably in INGO;
Good working knowledge of computer packages, including MS Office (MS Word, MS Excel, MS Power Point, Outlook, SAGA systems accounting package and others);
Good English (spoken and written);
Strong interpersonal and communication skills ;
Strong analytical and problem solving skills;
Stress tolerance, Team Player, Working in a multi-cultural set-up;
Attention to detail, Proactive and reliable, Able to work with limited supervision;
Willingness to travel to remote and/or insecure locations if needed`.
Tenaui Africa Limited is a global brand, a leading provider of consumer, business-business and industrial digital imaging solutions.
Collection of cash
Petty cash settlement.
General accounting knowledge.
Basic Qualification: B.Sc/HND in Accounting
We seek an enthusiastic Finance or Accounting graduate interested in pursuing a long-term career in Finance and Accounting to join our team. Responsibilities will focus on supporting finance, accounting and related admin functions. Immediate start!
A degree in Accounting, Economics, Finance, Business Administration or any related fields.
At least 1-year relevant experience in a similar role. Experience working for an NGO will be an added advantage.
Knowledge of IFRS and prior experience in use of QuickBooks is desirable. Proficiency in computer skills, especially in MS office products (Excel, word, etc).
Under the direction of the Senior Accountant, the Accountant shall assume responsibility for accounting and ensure compliance with the contractual financial requirements of the organization.
Minimum Recruitment Standards
BS/BA degree in Accounting, Finance and Business Administration or its recognized equivalent with 3 - 5 years relevant experience. Or MS/MA degree in Accounting, Finance and Business Administration or its recognized equivalent, and 1 - 3 years relevant experience.
Minimum of 1-3 years experience in accounting related to international development programs
Familiarity with donor-funded programs and non-governmental organizations in Nigeria is an advantage.
CPA, ACA, ICAN or recognized equivalent is an advantage.
Demonstrated success in multicultural environments is an advantage.
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is the world's largest humanitarian organization, with 190 member National Societies. As part of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, our work is guided by seven fundamental principles; humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity and universality.
The Secretariat of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is organized into four Business groups in Geneva and five Business Groups in the field, namely the Regional Offices for Africa, Americas, Asia and the Pacific, Europe, and Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
The Africa Regional Business Group is organized through cluster offices covering the National Societies in Eastern Africa, Southern Africa, West Coast, Sahel and Central Africa as well as country offices in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Republic of South Sudan, Chad, Niger, Nigeria, Somalia.
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, in its commitment to build strong National Societies and to support scaling up of National Societies’ services to the most vulnerable populations, is established in Nigeria since 2013.
The Abuja Country Cluster Office for the management and implementation of his activities, programmes and operations, needs a Finance Officer in Abuja.
Reporting to the Senior Finance and Administration Officer in Abuja, the Finance Officer will:
Ensure that the IFRC’s Maximum Financial Requirements are follow up.
Assist and support the Senior Finance and Administration Officer in the financial management of the Nigeria Country Cluster Office activities and operations.
Job Duties and Responsibilities
The Finance Officer is responsible for
Support the SFAO in the following duties:
Overall accounting, financial management, internal controls and the budget management support
Bank signatory changes - (Inclusion & Deletion)
Month end accountancy closure …. post to BOOKS ALL CODA documents and checks.
Balance sheet management - Bank and cash on all operations within NG (Abuja Cluster)
Balance sheet management - Staff working advances
Balance sheet management - Prepayments and liabilities
External and Internal audits management
Regular Tasks and Responsibilities:
Daily cash movement and petty cash operations
Complete cash control on a daily basis, keeps records of cash movement during the day and prepares the Daily Cash Position Report after cash office is closed, making sure that actual cash on hand is accounted and all other receipts/invoices are intact.
Ensures that all supporting documents for cash payments are complete with the necessary signatures and payments duly acknowledged.
Reports immediately to his Supervisor all problems, discrepancies or wrong doings
Compute and record totals of the daily transactions, to be uploaded into the accounting software
Plans and requests daily cash needs for payments from SFAO
Makes payment to the operation’s staffs (per diem and working advances), invoices or receipts for expenses duly approved by the person responsible
Online bank payments initiation and ensure good quality of supporting documentation.
Checking CODA INTRAY Abuja Cluster WANS (working advances from NS) and WAD (staff and delegate working advances) documents.
Conduct reconciliation on Staff advances
Book transactions into CODA INTRAY using relevant documents like OJF, FCAST, SOSC, ANY, EXPR etc
Participate in the month end activities through adjustment journals/entries viz,
Support in following up with the working advance returns from Ghana, Nigeria, Benin, Cote D’Ivoire, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Togo RC
Receive and Review of working advances return both from National Society and send feedback based on the review.
Performing analysis for foreign exchanges from CHF to other currencies
Payroll modification for delegates
Support the delegation month-end closure of the financial books in close collaboration with the SFAO
Maintain and ensure that all reports of income and expenditure of the NRCS and all programs at the operation’ areas are kept.
Contribute to the timely financial reporting to the PMER and other departments and to relevant stake holders
Providing support and capacity building to NSs
Train the Finance Team in financial rules and procedures
Conduct financial briefing and debriefing in the absence of the SFAO
Relevant university degree in Finance, Accounting or Management
Holder of a Certified Accounting degree with specialized training in related field is an asset
3 years’ + experience in leading and managing Finance as Accountant
3 years’ + professional experience working with local or international non- governmental organization
Very good leadership skills and confirmed financial management experience
Experience of working with National Societies
Basic leadership and management skills
Strong experience in cash management showing rigorous controlling methods
Knowledge, Skills and Languages
Self-supporting in computers - Very good computer skills and command of standard Microsoft office tools
Very good interpersonal, communication and presentation skills
Motivated self-started personality, sense of responsibility and organization skills
Good negotiation skills
Flexibility and ability to travel in the operation’s areas
Fluent in written and spoken English
Knowledge of any other Federation working languages (French) is preferred
Competencies and Values:
National Society relations
Communication - Teamwork
Professionalism – Integrity - Diversity
Results focus and accountability
Job Title: Risk and Compliance Officer
Job Ref Code: RCO21019
Location: Abuja, Nigeria
Reports To: Grant Director - Global Fund Malaria
You will conduct risk related activities for the Global Fund Malaria project adhering to CRS policies, local laws, and Global Fund regulations to help ensure effective delivery of high-quality programming to the poor and vulnerable.
Your knowledge and skills will help reduce risk to staff, to the effectiveness of our programming and to the people we serve through the application of the principles of stewardship, integrity, transparency, and accountability.
Specific Job Responsibilities
Collaborate with the Grant Director for Global Fund Malaria, Chief of Party, and the programming team on strengthening internal control systems and processes as it affects the Project Community Based Organizations.
Coordinate and communicate with the Malaria Project Community Based Organizations on risk compliance management as it affects project implementation.
Will oversee the contracting, capacity building, funding, liquidation, monitoring and supervision of the CBO’s operating via the Performance Based Funding Mechanism.
Support the planning of the internal, external and GF Office of Inspector General (OIG) audits, control reviews and compliance assessments of Global Fund Malaria project.
With collaboration with the GF Grant manager, coordinate the closure of all compliance issues from the GF internal, external and OIG audit reports at the PR and SR level.
Support the design and facilitation of trainings and institutional capacity strengthening plans for the Project CBO on the Accountability Framework regarding GF matters.
Provide support on identification, analyzing finance and program risk as it affects the Global Fund Malaria CBOs and provide mitigation actions.
Monitor and ensure that the risk mitigation action plans of the Global Fund CBOs are implemented and operates optimally.
Qualifications, Experience and Skills
Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Business Administration or any other relevant bachelor’s strongly preferred. Accounting and other relevant certification(s) a plus.
Minimum of 4 years work experience, ideally with an international organization, with progressive responsibility in operations and/or programming. At least 3 of these years entailing audit, compliance or risk management experience. In addition, experience with Global fund projects and implementation is also preferred.
Knowledge of the Global Fund policies and guidelines is a must.
Must be knowledgeable with Performance Based Funding Mechanism.
Knowledge of audit standards and compliance regulations and familiarity with international standards for internal control and risk and compliance management.
Familiarity with accounting systems.
Proficient in MS Office package (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Visio) and information management systems.
Good relationship management skills.
Good analytical, organizational, and systems thinking skills.
Ability to make sound judgment.
Ethical conduct in accordance with recognized professional and organizational codes of ethics Proactive, resourceful and results-oriented.
Key Working Relationships:
Internal: Head of Finance and Grant, Chief of Party-GF, Grant Manager - GF, Program Manager(s) – GF.
External: External Auditor(s) - GF and Donor Representative(s)
Agency-wide Competencies (for all CRS Staff)
These are rooted in the mission, values, and guiding principles of CRS and used by each staff member to fulfill his or her responsibilities and achieve the desired results: