Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Aga Khan Foundation,Grants & Finance Manager Jobs in Tanzania

Aga Khan. Health Services Tanzania (AKHST] – an agency of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) is a non-profit international organization that supports social development programs In Tanzania. AKHST Is undergoing a major expansion to position the Institution to become a Leading and Integrated tertiary and teaching health care system in Tanzania. AKHST will also be implementing a new and exciting project: Improving Access to
Maternal and Newborn Health (MNH) in Mwanza, Tanzania (IMPACT) – a four year Global affairs Canada (GAC) initiative which Will contribute to the reduction of maternal and newborn mortality by improving the availability and utilization of quality MNH services for women and their families In underserved areas of all seven districts of Mwanza
Grants & Finance Manager
Responsible for the financial management of grants from start-up through close-out to ensure financial management, accountability, planning, and reporting In line with donor policies and procedures, the goals of the grant and the provisions of the grant agreement. The Manager will lead the financial matters of the project including budgeting reporting and monitoring of funds.

Key Responsibilities
Prepare annual and supplementary grant budgets and revisions in accordance with program implementation plan.
Develop and implement grant administration policies and procedures in line with grant agreement.
Ongoing. monitoring of grant budgets and expenditures to ensure activities are implemented within approved budget.
Develops and maintains positive relationships with funding agency, collaborating organizations, and multiple
Internal offices to ensure proper and timely grant administration. Provides competent and timely assistance and guidance to department administrators.
Analyze spending and provide feedback and analysis to program director on areas with significant over or under spending
Examine financial data for accuracy and compliance with policies and. grant agreement.
Prepare and ensure timely submission of periodic financial and management reports.
Ensure compliance with grant agreement and all federal and donor regulations.
Coordinate financial reporting with other stakeholders.

Skills & Qualifications:
CPAI ACCA/CIMA or Masters in Finance;
Minimum of five years working experience in similar capacity;
Previous experience with DFATD/CIDA funded grants is highly desirable.
Expert level skills in Ms. Excel and financial accounting systems;
Ability to work with all levels of staff across a multicultural, multi-layer, multi-discipline organization
Possess a high level of interpersonal I communication skills and command over English language

Interested candidates should send their CVs, Cover Letters and other relevant documents to
Human Resources Department,
P.O Box 2289, Dar es Salaam.

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