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The Management Sciences for Health (MSH) Nigeria is looking to recruit a Financial Analyst/Budgeter. The Job ID is 13-5739. The role is based in Nigeria.

The core job of the financial analyst is to conduct a general financial analysis of the reports obtained from accounting and various departments such as operations, transport, hr, field offices, or other sources and present and communicate findings. The job holder will be responsible for monitoring the monthly spending of the projects against the budgets, and the obligations and preparing all financial reports as required by USAID.   Additionally, the financial analyst will prepare ad hoc reports as necessary. Candidates will also collaborate with Data Systems Specialist to assist program teams to prepare annual work plans and budgets using work plan database budgeting tools and help teams to monitor their plans and will also develop annual project budgets.

Requirements
  • Undergraduate degree in business administration, finance and accounting, or statistics required.
  • At least three years experience working on a USAID funded project in finance office.
  • Superior analytical abilities, result oriented nature and team working capabilities
  • Demonstrated high level of proficiency in Access, Excel and QuickBooks.
  • Demonstrate good judgment and sound financial "common sense".
  • Ability to create and monitor budgets. Understanding of the basic tenets of Cash Control, Asset Management and Bank Reconciliation.
  • Understands the principals of adequate documentation and of audit, and performance necessary to ensure audit compliance.
  • Advanced written and verbal proficiency in English including business terminology.
  • Attention to detail and ability to finish projects on time required
  • Self motivation, passion, desire to learn and contribute required.
Note
The last date is 21st December 2012 for submission of online application.

How to apply?
To apply for this position, please visit at https://jobs-msh.icims.com/jobs/5739/job.

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