Reporting to the U.S.-based Controller, the Finance Associate, Global Operations will assist in processing and recording invoices, expense reports, and bookkeeping supporting Malala Fund operations in Nigeria, Pakistan, and the U.K.
- Minimum Qualification:Degree
- Experience Level:Mid level
- Experience Length:4 years
Finance and Administration
- Prepares global operational invoices for processing and payment, and acts as the primary administrator for our accounts payable tool.
- Oversees and monitors key expense report uploads and financial entries, liaising closely with outsourced accounting firms in Nigeria, Pakistan, the U.K., and elsewhere.
- Assists the Controller and other Finance staff in the creation and upkeep of project budgets, and the preparation of financial reports, dashboards, and cash projections.
- Assists and/or leads certain financial systems evaluation and improvement projects, working both independently and in partnership with others on the Finance team.
- Reconciles certain bank and general ledger account for both the U.S. and non-U.S. entities, in particular assisting the Development team in reconciling revenues.
- Supports the monthly payroll process as needed.
- Assists with the preparation of annual filings and with annual audits in the U.K., Nigeria, Pakistan, and elsewhere as necessary.
- Assists with the annual budgeting process and semi-annual re-forecasting process, particularly as it relates to budgeting for Malala Fund’s U.K. and other non-U.S. global entities.
- Maintains vendor and contractor files as necessary.
- Cross-trains and serve as the primary backup for U.S. accounting functions.
- Performs other financial tasks as requested by the Controller.
- Upholds the values of the Malala Fund.
- Actively contributes to making Malala Fund a diverse and equitable workplace through inclusive practice and openness to different perspectives, cultures, and ideas.
- Maintains behavior and conduct that uphold the highest standards for safeguarding, professionally and personally.
- Acts as a role model for a ‘learning organization’ culture by seeking insight and using problems as opportunities to learn.
- Familiarity with office administration and financial and accounting systems, ideally coupled with a degree in finance, accounting or a related field.
- Extremely high attention to detail and very strong organizational skills.
- Good judgment and ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously with efficiency and poise.
- A high degree of integrity, trustworthiness, and flexibility, able to work well with colleagues, vendors, contractors, and various stakeholders toward shared goals.
- Strong commitment to Malala Fund’s mission, purpose, and values.
- Strong commitment to gender equality, anti-racism, anti-discrimination, decolonization, and social justice.
- Strong commitment to professional development and continued learning.
- Excellent team player with the ability to work independently and in collaboration with colleagues at all levels across departments and external stakeholders.
- Past experience with contracts, grant-making, budget management, international tax, and/or financial reporting is strongly preferred.
- Finance and/or administrative exposure in at least one of Malala Fund’s operational countries (the U.S., U.K. Nigeria, and/or Pakistan) is preferred.
Remuneration: ₦6,077,836 – ₦6,700,900 (Nigeria)
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