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Finance & Admin Officer US NGO Job Opportunities - Food for the Hungry (FH)

Job Title:      Finance & Admin Officer
Organization: Food for the Hungry (FH)
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Reports to: Program Area Manager
About US:
Food for the Hungry (also known as FH) is a Christian international relief, development, and advocacy organization with operations in more than 20 countries. Food for the Hungry was founded in 1971 by Dr. Larry Ward. Food for the Hungry's stated mission for long-term development is to graduate communities of extreme poverty within 10–15 years. The organization does this by going to some of the hardest places with an exit strategy, empowering local leaders and walking "together" with them, as they lead their communities into being thriving, self-sustainable places to live.

Job Summary:  The Finance & Admin Officer will be responsible for the day-to-day running of the Cluster finance operations including preparing periodic financial reports, reconcile accounting information, review major payments and invoices for consistence with organizational procedures and established accounting formats, support project level procurement and performs administrative duties of the cluster.

Additionally, this position supervises the Stores, Guards and Office Attendant. The position holder reports to the PAM, with dotted lines to the Regional Senior Accountant.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:  
Cash management
·        Ensures that all cash receipt for local collections are deposited on time as appropriate
·        Support the PAM in the preparation of monthly cash flow for the cluster and ensure timely submission to the support office for cash for activities to be released.
·        Ensures that project expenditure remains within monthly cash flow or the budget.
·        Monitors all program advances issued at the cluster level and follow up with staff to ensure timely accountabilities.
·        Manages petty cash at the cluster level in compliance with the organization policies and procedures.
Finance Management
·        Obtains monthly bank statement from the bank and reconcile with the cashbook record.
·        Reviews all payment requests at cluster level to ensure adherence to FH financial policy and that they are in line with the relevant budgets prior to the PAM’s approval.
·        Prepares monthly FH journal templates for the project/cluster and submits to the Support Office by 29th of every month.
·        Receives monthly Expense reports from the Regional Senior Accountant and analyses the expenditure in line with the budget to advise the PAM or project coordinator on issues that require special attention.
·        Support staff to read and understand the financial report and budget and ensure proper use of FH financial coding.
·        Ensure compliance with donor regulations, FH finance policies and local government rules and regulations;
·        Ensure the accuracy and correctness of all transactions against each grant; ensuring all expenditures are posted under the right financial codes.
·        Coordinate with the PAM to compile donors, projects and programs feed backs on expense reports to take subsequent corrective action.
·        Support the Cluster Program team in developing budgets; Support the Cluster budget preparation for potential and operational programs for the year.
·        Capture all information on taxes withheld from suppliers like TIN and Amount Withheld and ensure timely submission to the Regional Senior accountant for filling.
·        In coordination with PAM & Kampala finance, organize in house training and/or orientation session on finance to projects staff
Staff Supervision and Administration
·        Supervises all cleaning, Stores, security and office management staff and activities
·        In consultation with the immediate supervisor, schedules staff annual leaves, keep and update personnel files and submit monthly staff timesheets.
·        In collaboration with the PAM, review monthly financial variance reports and use financial reports as guidelines for adjusting personnel effort and program expenditures;
·        Evaluate performance of subordinates.
·        Giving support to the Logistic Officers to ensure the right procurement processes are followed and participate in the bid evaluation process for purchases within the cluster threshold.
·        Monitor monthly log sheets and fuel usage for vehicles & motorcycles and reporting as appropriate
·        Support the Program Area Manager in enforcing Organization policies
·        Ensure proper filing of records in the field office.
·        Assists the PAM in administrative matters.
·        Submits required staff information to HR for processing of Payroll, ID’s, N.S.S.F and Insurance/benefits
Internal control, Fixed asset and Inventory management
·        Checks inventory and fixed asset records of the project monthly.
·        Verifies Commodity movement for the Cluster.
·        Ensures that the internal control system of the organization are in place and are observed by all staff.
·        Support projects audit for the cluster.
·        Ensure proper fleet management of the cluster
Safety and compliance
·        Ensure safety measures are in place and supervisees are in compliance with the Core Security Requirements as per FHU security manual & SOP’s.
·        Report all cases of SEA abuse and ensure that they are followed up appropriately

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
·        The applicant for the Food for the Hungry (FH) Finance & Admin Officer job placement must hold a bachelor’s degree/equivalent in Finance and accounting or related discipline from a recognized university or institution.
·        Having completed ACCA/CPA level II is added advantage / pursuing professional qualifications.
·        At least three years of extensive experience in financial management and co-ordination preferably within an international NGO environment.
·        Having an auditing background is an added advantage.
·        Excellent computer skills in MS word, excel, PowerPoint, Access and Internet and accounting systems specifically Sun System.
·        Vibrant personal relationship with Christ, understands and applies FH Foundational Principles and Values, Vision and Purpose.
·        Develops and maintains good working relationships with colleagues.
·        Effectively and efficiently manages all resources entrusted to him/her for work purposes.
·        Maintains an attitude and behavior in accordance with FH values and principles.
·        Complies to all finance, personnel, procurement and administrative policies of FH
·        Language Skills: Excellent spoken and written proficiency in English and a local language (Luo) is an added advantage.

How to Apply:
All suitably qualified candidates are encouraged to apply by submitting only electronic copies of not more than 2MB of an application letter, a detailed CV, contact telephone numbers, copies of relevant testimonials/certificates, names/contact details of three referees, addressed to: The Human Resources Manager, Food for the Hungry Uganda

NB: Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Consider your application unsuccessful in case you do not hear from FH by 21st August, 2020. FHU has policies including a child protection policy that every staff is required to sign.

Deadline:  7th August 2020 at 4:30 pm

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Finance Officer International NGO Job Opportunities - PATH

Job Title:     Finance Officer
Organization: PATH
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda

About US:
PATH is a global organization that works to accelerate health equity by bringing together public institutions, businesses, social enterprises, and investors to solve the world’s most pressing health challenges. With expertise in science, health, economics, technology, advocacy, and dozens of other specialties, PATH develops and scales solutions—including vaccines, drugs, devices, diagnostics, and innovative approaches to strengthening health systems worldwide.

Job Summary:  The Finance Officer will be an integral part of the Country office finance function primarily focusing on supporting the month end financial reporting and enforcing of internal controls while executing financial transactions.

 Key Duties and Responsibilities:  
·        Maintain and ensure timely recording of accurate accounting data in the Accounting System.
·        Prepare all payroll related transactions of the month (payroll for staff and temp staff, file PAYE and NSSF returns plus uploading corresponding payments)
·        Reconcile payroll GL accounts to the payroll on monthly basis
·        Prepare monthly bank reconciliations in the BW and follow up any reconciling items with the bank
·        Review timesheet charges accuracy for all staff appropriately to the projects
·        Weekly and monthly review of balance sheet accounts for accuracy, aging and reconciliation. Prepare quarterly/monthly cash requests and monitor CO liquidity-ensuring liquidity is sufficient Vs procurement planner
·        In Liaison with the Admin officer, keep an updated register of all Assets and Inventory including files of asset theft/damage reports, disposals etc
·        Provide guidance to program teams on all finance related matters
·        Provide regular expenditure and projection analysis
·        Manage bank and Mobile money accounts and ensure monthly reconciliation of bank accounts
·        Ensure timely payments including reviewing of invoices, preparation of payment vouchers and other accounting documents in compliance with PATH Field Accounting Policies.
·        Ensure compliance with financial policies (e.g. per diem policy, etc.) and maintain and update in-country financial policies as needed
·        Conduct analyses of financial data to inform project management as required
·        Facilitate periodic internal and external audit and assist in implementation of recommendations as required

Key Outputs
·        All payroll transactions are completed within the stipulated time and the payroll reconciled to the general ledger on monthly basis
·        Statutory returns are made according to the requirements
·        Payments through bank and Mobile money are made within the framework of robust internal controls
·        Monthly Bank reconciliation reports made
·        Monthly balance sheet accounts aging and trend analysis report prepared

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
·        The ideal candidate for the PATH Finance Officer job placement must hold a bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance. Membership to professional Accounting bodies such as CPA, ACCA will be an added advantage.
·        At least three years’ experience in a busy accounting department. Experience working with institutional donors in a multi donor funded organization will be an added advantage.
·        Knowledge and experience with any accounting software packages.
·        Ability to effectively communicate project financial information to a variety of different audiences
·        Excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to interact professionally with diverse people, clients and consultants.
·        Computer literacy in MS Office applications including Word, Excel, Power Point; Outlook
·        Willingness and ability to work with all stakeholders.
·        Willingness to accept additional responsibilities.
·        Willingness to work in between different and competing priorities as required.
·        Willingness to work across time zones and under strict deadlines.

NB: Candidates must have legal authorization to work in Uganda.

How to Apply:
All suitably qualified and interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at the link below

PATH is an equal opportunity employer. Every qualified applicant will be considered for employment. PATH does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or orientation, genetic information, age, national origin, marital status, disability status, political ideology, military or protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

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Finance, Grants & Compliance Coordinator US NGO Job Careers - LWF World Service

Organization: LWF World Service
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Reports to:   Consortium Coordinator

About US:
LWF World Service is the humanitarian and development arm of the Lutheran World Federation. We are a widely recognized, international, faith-based organization working in over 20 countries. We seek to bring people of all backgrounds together in the common quest for justice, peace, and reconciliation in an increasingly complex and fragmented world.
A commitment to the human rights of every individual, regardless of their status, guides our work, actions, and operations. We are particularly known for our timely, compassionate, and professional humanitarian work, and for our field presence in hard-to-reach areas. Our work is people-centered and community¬based. Above all, we work with the most vulnerable, and in order to claim and uphold their rights, we engage proactively with local government and community structures.

Lutheran World Federation (LWF) Uganda is part of the LWF World Service and we are currently supporting Congolese and South-Sudanese refugees living in settlements in the districts of Kamwenge, Adjumani, Obongi, Kyangwali and Lamwo respectively.

Job Summary: Reporting to the LEWA Consortium Coordinator, the FCC will be responsible for ensuring efficient financial control (of cash flows, local payments, etc), accountability standards, procedures and record keeping under the assigned project He/she is expected to lead the financial oversight of the project on behalf of the Consortium members (LWF, DCA, UPMB, Mukwano). He/she will be supported by the Consortium Coordinator and the other members of the Programme Team.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
·       Ensure that the Consortium budgets are spent in line with the donor policies, procedures, rules and regulations;
·       Ensures preparation of budgets, financial management and generating of financial management information for the consortium members;
·       Ensures quality control and compliance in the procurement and management of supplies, vehicles, assets, stock, (as a delegated responsibility of the CC);
·       Ensures financial management policy and guidelines are followed at all levels as per donor requirement;
·       Ensures accurate, timely and correct bookkeeping and other financial records and in compilation into monthly financial report;
·       Prepare monthly Budget verses Actual (BVA) expenses analysis on a regular basis.
·       Providing trainings to local staff and partners as necessary in financial management\ and donor rules and regulations.
·       Liaise with EU to get a good understanding of the financial procedures and ensuring that the partners comply with EU financial regulations;
·       Develop tools and formats for financial reports in close collaboration with the CC and ensure timely financial reports and budget follow ups from the partners;

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
·       The ideal candidate must hold a Bachelor's Degree in Commerce, Economics, Finance Management, Public Administration, or their equivalent
·       Professional qualification such as ACCA, CPA or CMA is an added advantage
·       Demonstrated experience within Consortia;
·       At least five years of related work experience in management position in INGOs;
·       Broad working knowledge and experience of working with EU donors;
·       Possess strong analytical and conceptual skills;
·       Proven commitment to accountable practices;
·       Ability to initiate and complete assignments and to work under demanding circumstances with minimal supervision
·       Strong organization, supervisory, problem-solving, interpersonal, communication as well as team

How to Apply:
All Candidates who are interested in the above jobs should submit an updated CV and Application letter giving a day time telephone contact and email addresses of 3 (three) work related referees only through our recruitment email recruitment.uga@lutheranworld.orgclearly indicating the job title in the email subject.

Hand delivered applications can also be sent to our Offices in Kampala. Please indicate the position you have applied for on the top of the parcel addressed to:

The Human Resource Manager
Lutheran World Federation
Plot 1401, Ggaba, Road next to Quality Hill
P. O. Box 5827 Kampala, Uganda.

Deadline: Friday 31st July 2020

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Maintenance Officer Job Vacancies - Sugar Corporation of Uganda Limited

Organization: Sugar Corporation of Uganda Limited
Duty Station: Uganda

About US:
Sugar Corporation of Uganda Limited is part of Mehta Group of Companies and one of the leading producers of mill white Sugar in the Country. It's located at 45kms on Kampala - Jinja Highway, just within the vicinity of Lugazi Municipal Council, Buikwe District.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
·       The ideal candidate should hold a Degree/ Diploma in Agricultural/ Mechanical/ Automobile Engineering.
·       At least five years’ hands on practical experience in general
·        Maintenance of Tractors, Trailers and Hydraulic equipment’s/ machines

 How to Apply:
Handwritten application with a detailed C.V and photocopies of Academic Certificate/Testimonials, names and address of 2(two) referees, letter of recommendation from the previous employer and telephone contact should be submitted by post or direct delivery to the following address within 10 days from the date of this advertisement.

The Dy. G.M. Human Resources,
Sugar Corporation of Uganda Ltd;
P.O. Box 1 — LUGAZI.
By Email  or

Deadline: 3rd August 2020 

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Driver NGO Job Opportunities - War Child Holland (WCH)

Job Title:         Driver
Organization: War Child Holland (WCH)
Duty Station: Uganda
Reports to: Project Support Officer/Team Leader

About US:
War Child Holland (WCH) is an independent and impartial international non-governmental organization, investing in a peaceful future for children and young people affected by armed conflict. We strive to empower children and young people while enabling adults to bring about positive and lasting change in the lives of conflict affected children and young people.

Job Summary:  The driver is primarily responsible for providing services including driving, logistics, minor vehicle maintenance and security safety for WCH Uganda staff and activities.

Objective of the job
·        To ensure safety during driving by following Ugandan traffic laws and WCH internal guideline.
·        To properly and reliably ensure that the vehicle is serviced and maintained to the required standard.
·        Ensure proper and timely recording of vehicle mileage and accurate filling of vehicle records.
·        To perform basic logistics and administrative tasks.

 Key Duties and Responsibilities:  
·        Drive vehicles carefully, safety and within the required speed limit in accordance to the Uganda traffic Laws and WCH regulations.
·        Safely transport War Child personnel, guests and goods while providing convenient breaks and treating passengers with courtesy, respect and friendliness.
·        Ensure proper travel and route planning is made to accomplish tasks in a timely and cost effective manner.
·        Engage in proactive suggestions about vehicle use and safety while observing the policy of having the vehicle parked in an authorized place before 6pm.
·        Ensure all vehicle movements do not start before 6:30am unless authorized by line manager or CD.
·        Run office errands (payment of bills, shopping, dropping and picking letters/parcels etc.) as directed by the line manager and Senior officer staff;
·        Keep the vehicle in good mechanical condition, carry out daily checks and immediately report faults, scratches, accidents, etc to the line manager
·        Carry out daily checks and minor repairs including check/topup of engine oil, window wiper, radiator, air pressure of tires, brake fluid, fastening of battery terminal, oil leakage under car.
·        Ensure the vehicle is clean both inside and outside always.
·        Notify the Line manager (preferably one week in advance) of any repair or regular maintenance required to the vehicle;
·        Ensure vehicle inspection during and after service is done to ascertain complete and good standard work is done. A certificate of repairs MUST be signed off.
·        Ensures that WCH vehicles have proper documentation such as insurance, logbook, consent forms, etc.
·        Monitor the use of vehicles and fuel consumption through analysis of log books monthly.
·        Ensure that your car always has sufficient fuel at all times.
·        Ensure fuel topup at full tank every last day of the month for proper fuel tracking purposes.
·        Fill in the logbook accurately before and after every trip.
·        Keep proper records of transport of goods using way-bills and other forms according to WCH procedures.
·        Fully obey the driving laws of the country. This includes the use of seatbelts, speed limits and absence of using alcohol and/or other drugs and phone while driving.
·        Ensure all passengers use their seatbelt while in the car; Do not drive a vehicle without functioning seatbelts, valid insurances and driving permit.
·        To maintain the vehicle medical box, fire extinguisher and tool kit at all times whilst in charge of vehicle.
·        Ensure all none WCH staff using the vehicle have signed a wavier form that is kept in the vehicle at all times.
·        Ensure no third party drives WCH car unless with permission from line manager/CD.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
·        The ideal applicant for the War Child Holland (WCH) Driver job opportunity must attended driving school with Secondary level (O level) education.
·        MUST have a valid driving license expiring not less than 6 months from application time.
·        MUST have a DL driving class plus B,CM.
·        Over 3 years of driving experience with an INGO working with Children is preferred
·        Good knowledge of Ugandan Traffic Laws and Regulations.
·        Good understanding of field routes (West Nile/South West) is desired
·        Proper attitude and focused
·        Good verbal expressions skills
·        Fluency in English language
·        Accurate, consistent and transparent
·        Ability to work independent
·        In-depth knowledge of checking vehicle for problems and performing preemptive maintenance
·        Thorough understanding of motor vehicle engine functionality
·        Able to demonstrate a high level of courtesy and professionalism to passengers and coworkers
·        Ability to provide a secure environment for passengers and employer while in transit.

How to Apply:
All interested applicants should apply online at the link below

·        Application should not exceed 3 pages.
·        Commitment to the vision and goals of War Child Holland in Uganda, including adherence to the Child Safeguarding Policy, is essential”

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