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Finance Manager in FHI 360

Finance Manager
The Finance Manager is responsible for managing the Accounts section providing advice on financial operations, monitoring financial accountability and ensuring accounting system in accordance with FHI 360 and cooperative agreement financial control policies and procedures.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Ensure timely processing of Implementing Agencies (IA) financial reports and reimbursement to FHI 360 IAs.  
  • Oversee the proper functioning of FHI 360 GFAS accounting system; prepare pipeline analysis and report to provide information for management decisions.
  • Assist FHI 360 management in preparation of country office budgets and budget proposals. 
  • Review vouchers/invoices submitted to FHI 360/Nepal and verify that items claimed are in accordance with an agreement and actually delivered or performed.
  • Ensure petty cash management.
  • Oversee the timely reimbursement for consultants and other payments.
  • Ensure submission of accurate and timely monthly finance reports to headquarters. 
  • Ensure adequate Country Office cash flow and maintain regular communications with FHI 360 finance support.
  • Oversee the VAT and Tax (TDS) calculation and ensure timely deposit of tax deductions to concerned office in accordance with policy and Nepali tax laws.
  • Assist in the conduct of FHI 360 internal and external audits.
  • Contribute to the development of Project office annual work plans and budget designs. 
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Master’s degree in Accounting or Business Management with minimum five years of work experience or Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Business Management with minimum seven years of experience. 
  • Strong knowledge and experience with office accounting systems and USAID financial and accounting procedures.
  • Proactive and independent approach to work with willingness to undertake additional responsibilities. 
  • Ability to perform multiple tasks and work under pressure.
  • Proactive and independent approach to work with willingness to undertake additional responsibilities.
  • Ability to work well with others and to develop and maintain positive working relationships.
  • Resourceful in resolving problems and initiating solutions. 
Grants Officer 
The Grants Officer is responsible for maintaining the Country Office contracts & grants system to provide sound management control over FHI 360 compliance with award terms and conditions and FHI 360 policy. Grants Officer coordinates with the program units and provide up-to-date financial information on implementing agencies receiving funds from FHI 360 Nepal.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Perform FHI 360 pre-award reviews by visiting organization for examine/review the organization’s financial and management capacity
  • Assist the Design, Finance and Technical (DAFT) team to develop sub-agreement budget and budget amendment following FHI 360 standard formats and requirements, review cost in the basis of allocability, reasonability and allowability
  • Finalize the IA’s sub-agreement and amendment budget
  • Prepare financial orientation slides in align with FHI 360 financial management and reporting system and provide orientation/training as and when required
  • Prepare/maintain checklist and complete file of implementing agencies for Contract Management Services (CMS) that includes agreement, pre-award, financial and administrative review checklist, policies and procedures of the organization etc
  • Develop and maintains subproject financial management guidelines for implementing agencies
  • Ensure IAs submit the Sub-Awardee Financial Report (SFR) in timely manner, reviews and comments on monthly SFR’s submitted by implementing agency for country office approval and reimbursement of funds
  • Maintain financial information on fund received and monthly expenditure by the IAs and ensures IAs have good fund management system, have sufficient balance in hand and review IAs cash flow projection and their expenditures trends
  • Oversee/prepare IAs inventory control system and maintain details of VAT bills submitted by IAs
  • Provide tailored technical assistance in proper financial control system to implementing as and when required and requested for
  • Review IAs administrative/operation policy and make sure the policy is applied consistently and complied with the FHI 360 policy
  • Maintain frequent communications and perform supervision visit to the IAs to examine project receipt and expenditure account and to ensure application of project financial control system is being adhered
  • Complete recipient site visit’s financial and administrative review checklist and maintain/send copies to HQ/APRO
  • Assist in carrying out internal and external auditing functions
For all positions, strong experiences on gender equality and social inclusion (GESI), including work experience with youth, women, Dalit, Janajati, and Madhesi groups will be an asset. 
Send your updated resume, application cover letter and a copy of citizenship to:
FHI 360 Nepal
PO Box 8803, Kathmandu
Email: Nepal.recruitment@fhi360.org
Final deadline for application is 12:00 noon July 14, 2016. In the letter and/or email subject line, please mention the position you are applying for. Those who have previously applied for these positions do not need to apply again.
Only short-listed candidates will be invited for written test and oral interview. Any effort to influence the selection process will result in disqualification.

Business Development Manager in VSO Nepal

Business Development Manager South Asia
Kathmandu, Nepal
Competitive Salary
Permanent
Full Time, 38 hours per week
Application closing date
20 Jul 2016
Interview/Assessment date(s)
August 2016
Start date
August 2016

About VSO
VSO is the world’s leading independent international development organisation that works through volunteers to fight poverty in developing countries. Our high-impact approach brings people together to share skills, build capabilities, promote international understanding and action to change lives and make the world a fairer place.
Role overview
The Business Development Manager (BDM) is part of the Global Funding Strategy and Engagement Team and is charged with providing business development leadership and coordination for VSO Country Offices in Nepal, Pakistan and the Philippines. The BDM is responsible for optimizing income generation and business development from a diverse range of institutional donors (e.g. EU, UN, DFID, USAID etc.) in support of VSO’s programmes and regional operations.
Skills, qualifications and experience required
We are looking for someone who is highly motivated, passionate about social justice and inclusive development, knows how to be creative and persistent to achieve results, demonstrates consistent leadership and can work independently in a variety of changing circumstances. The ideal candidate must have experience of securing funding from a range of institutional donors and direct experience of producing compelling project proposals and designing and implementing successful business development strategies. The candidate should also have experience of living and working in developing countries and will bring a well-established knowledge of the funding landscape in Asia. Candidates should enjoy extensive travel and working with diverse and geographically dispersed colleagues.
Post-graduate in international development-related discipline is desirable.
Candidates must have the right to work in Nepal. Unfortunately, VSO is unable to provide sponsorship for this position.
How to apply
If you’re interested in applying for this role, please download the job description to read more details about the position and the skills and experience we’re looking for. To submit your application, click http://vso.force.com/jobopportunities/Job_DetailsPage?jid=a0mD000000Atwi2 and then click on ‘Apply now’ and complete all relevant fields on the online application form.
VSO reserves the right to close this advert when a sufficient number of applications has been received.

Field Technical Coordinator in German based NGO

Help-Hilfe zur Selbsthilfe e.V. (meaning help for self-reliance), hereinafter Help, is a German based non-political, non-sectarian, non-governmental, non-profit making humanitarian organization founded in 1981.
In line with its principle of assisting people towards self-reliance, Help works together with people in need, irrespective of their gender, age, political views or religious beliefs, by providing immediate aid in the aftermath of disasters and by making sustainable contributions to reconstruction and rehabilitation efforts in all areas of life. Help’s underlying long-term objective is to reduce the vulnerability of communities to new conflicts or extreme natural disasters. People and the preservation of human dignity are the focus of everything Help does.

Field Technical Coordinator 
Apply Before: 29 Jul, 16

Detailed Job Description / Requirements:


Position
Field Technical Coordinator
Location
Thulosiruwari VDC, Sindhupalchok with frequent travel to Kathmandu
Starting date
ASAP
Duration
12 months (renewable)
Referents
Hierarchical
Project Coordinator
Technical
Country Coordinator
Relations
Internal
·   Staff in capital and/or field
External
·   Local authorities
·   Partners organizations
·   Suppliers, service providers, contractors
SCOPE OF THE POSITION:
Under the direction of the Project Coordinator and the guidance of the Country Coordinator, the Technical Coordinator will be responsible for the engineering and construction processes and management embedded in the project activities, including but not limited to, the reconstructions and rehabilitation of schools and water schemes and the organisation and monitoring of build back better sensitisation workshop and construction vocational training.
MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES / DUTIES
  • Ensure quality conception, implementation and supervision of the construction project and ensure technical guidance and management of Help field technicians on a timely, effective and high quality manner.
  • Know perfectly, respect, and ensure strict compliance with the National Building Code and earthquake resistant techniques.
  • Prepare or revise technical drawing (schools, latrines, other), Bill of Quantities, cost estimates, technical specifications, working method and monitor tender process related for each projects.
  • Monitor, supervise and inspect construction sites ensuring compliance to construction standards and technical requirements
  • Prepare, organize and monitor safe building construction "build back better" workshop for the communities.
  • Ensure project documentation of each activities
  • Liaise,  coordinate and monitor the activities of the implementing partners to ensure effective delivery, quality and accountability.
  • Assure timely reporting on progress and challenges as per organization’s needs
  • Monitor construction works undertaken by contractors and/or partner agencies to ensure that the structures comply with quality standards and approved designs
  • Participate in relevant cluster meetings or other relevant technical groups
  • Liaise with relevant local authorities, community leaders, CBOs, and other relevant stakeholders to ensure good coordination and proper and timely execution of planned activities
  • Represent Help at district level as needed and develop/enhance key networking and partnership with relevant actors.
  • Participate in relevant meetings with the local and district authorities, coordination meetings or other relevant technical groups at field level.
  • Maintain regular communication with the Central Office, partner agencies and ensure that relevant information is fed into the project teams and to the Project Coordinator.
  • Monitor the work of partner agencies, assess the capacities and provide support when needed
  • Handle administrative, financial, logistical issues of the Field base in compliance with organization’s rules and regulations.
  • Coordinates day-to day activities.
  • Other duties as assigned.
SKILLS AND QUALIFICATION                                                                                    
  • Bachelor’s Degree in civil engineering with a minimum of 5 years of working experience. (Master’s Degree preferred)
  • Minimum 5 year experience in design, project preparation, cost estimate and project implementation, site supervision of building’s construction projects, water supply systems, sanitation, shelter and social infrastructure construction projects.
  • Extensive experience in management of contractors, supervising construction and infrastructure works.
  • Very strong ability in civil engineering designs and drawings
  • Excellent knowledge on structural engineering calculation, construction cost estimate, bill of quantity, work schedule, tender process.
  • Working experience with UN, INGO or international donors will be an asset
  • Knowledge of physical, chemical and microbiological testing of water will also be an asset
  • Sound knowledge of earthquake resilient building features
  • Good knowledge of Excel, and technical drawing software (Autocad).
  • Ability to train, manage,  monitor a team, delegate responsibility and to facilitate trainings and workshops.
  • Flexibility, resourcefulness and good communication skills.
  • Strong written and spoken English skills report writing, presentation and inter personnel communication]
  • Advanced computer literacy and proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel in particular). Knowledge on MS-Project is an asset.
  • Willing to work in humanitarian programmes and to travel to remote & difficult areas
  • Ability to facilitate training and workshops for technical staff, artisan and community members
  • Capacity and keen interest to undertake capacity building activities for partner agencies and communities
Send your updated resume which include three references contact, application cover letter and salary expectation mention  to help.nepalrecruitment@gmail.com 
Deadline for application is July 29, 2016 - 17:00. In the email subject line, please mention the position. Those who have previously applied for these positions do not need to apply again. Only the short listed candidates will be invited for a written test and interview.

Job Vacancy in Shivam Cement




Experience:At least 4 - 5 years of working experience in related field
Documents Required : CV (Resume), Cover Letter
Job Category:Management / Operations
Job Type:Full Time
Educational Qualification:MBA/MBS from a reputed college/university
Posted Date:2016-07-04
Expiry Date:2016-07-11 - 7 Days Left
Job Description:
Skills and Qualifications :
• MBA/MBS from a reputed college/university
• At least 4 - 5 years of working experience in related field
• Must have good communication skill in both English and Nepali
• Familiar with financial and customer service principles and practices
• Should have good knowledge of graphic designing and illustration (Photoshop, Free Hand, Illustrator, Core! Draw etc.)

Job Specifications:
Job Specifications :
• Assist the manager in organizing, planning and implementing strategy
• ATL promotions, brandings and activities
• Monitor operating costs, budgets and resources
• Communicate with clients, evaluate their needs and specifications
• Ensure the effective operation of the business, satisfaction of clients to achieve accelerating and sustainable growth
• Maintain good relation with external agencies for creative, marketing campaigns, PR agency and marketing activities
Apply Instruction:
Note: • All the candidates should be smart and dynamic. All the candidates must be computer literate with MS Office Applications.

Applicants should submit their detailed resume with passport sized photograph highlighting their skills and experience to : mandira.maharjan@shivamcement.com or info@shivamcement.com within 7 days from the publication of this advertisement.

Job Vacancy in VSO Nepal

Experience

:7 years experiences
Documents Required : CV (Resume)
Job Category:Teaching / Education
Job Type:Full Time
Educational Qualification:Master's Degree in Education
Posted Date:2016-07-04
Expiry Date:2016-07-18 - 14 Days Left
Job Description:
Role overview:
To lead VSO Nepal in effectively delivering an innovative, ambitious, visible, and evidence-based externally funded inclusive Education Programme, in accordance with the new context in national and global Educational priority and direction and actively participate in other key relevant development and management concerns of the country office based on the country's Strategic Plan and direction. To lead on strategic and results-based programming, capacity strengthening of staff and build strong partnerships and relationships at a strategic level with a range of key partners including line ministries, donors, other international and local NGOs, and communities and work towards obtaining external funding for VSO's Inclusive Education and other relevant VSO Nepal programmes.
Skills, qualifications and experience required:
  • Master's Degree in Education with 7 years experiences including 4 years working with international organization(S) handling multiple projects including Health. Fund raising, programme management and implementation experiences.
  • Experience of performance management of programme staff at an operational level. Ability to develop and deliver learning and development. initiatives
  • Support staff within a complex organisation. Ability to lead, develop, motivate, coach and support a high performing team. Ability to lead and take difficult decisions. Demonstrable commitment to delivering excellent customer service.
  • Excellent team working and relationship building skills; experience of working collaboratively as a member of a Management Team, and of building partnerships in a multi-cultural environment.
  • In-depth knowledge of the full range of administrative and logistical services, including systems and procedures.
  • Good level of computer skills (Windows, Excel, Power Point, Word, Outlook, and Internet).
  • Understanding of the role of international development, more specifically volunteering in Country. Knowledge and experience of local laws governing operations of International Non-Government Organisations, employment of employees and contract.
  • Excellent written and spoken English. Ability to negotiate and maintain relations with government offices. Excellent interpersonal skills, able to influence and coach and ability to build partnerships and relationships in a multi-cultural environment. Experience of cross-cultural working and an understanding of issues of diversity.
Eligibility: Nepalese
National contract
Apply Instruction:
http://vso.force.com  /jobopportunities/job_DetailsPage?jid=a0mD000000Au9kH
If you're interested in applying for this role, please download the job description to read more details about the position and the skills and experience we're looking for. To apply click http://vso.force.com  /jobopportunities/job_DetailsPage?jid=a0mD000000Au9kH and to submit your application, click on 'Apply now' and complete all relevant fields on the online application form.
Application closing date 18 Jul 2016