Global Programme Accountant (FIN0226)

OxfamGB, OXFORD (OXFAM HOUSE), United Kingdom

Job Description

Oxfam is currently looking for problem solver, good communicator with finance, donor reporting and grant management experience to work within the Programme Finance Team.

Oxfam GB’s Programme Strategy and Impact Team (PSIT) has an increasing portfolio of multi-country and strategic programmes funded by institutional donors. Primary donors are DFID, Swedish Sida, EU DevCo and private development foundations such as Gates and IKEA. This is a fantastic opportunity to assist in monitoring, managing and overseeing PSIT’s institutional donors, and to help ensure both their internal and external compliance obligations relating to the receipt and spend of Restricted Income (RI).

What skills & experience are we looking for?
(not comprehensive)
Accountancy qualification - e.g. education to AAT, part-qualified or qualified by experience level
Proven accountancy experience and knowledge of budgeting and reporting
Organises work effectively to meet deadlines
Experience of financial systems and procedures
Success however will not just depend on the technical skills - in a complex and dynamic environment like Oxfam, you will need:
Good communication and interpersonal skills
Ability to work effectively within a team
Uses initiative and good at problem solving

About Oxfam
A simple, inescapable truth underlines everything we do at Oxfam. There’s enough wealth in this world to go around. It’s not unfortunate that people live in poverty. It’s unjustifiable. It’s not just their problem. It’s ours too. And with the right support, we can beat poverty and injustice. Thousands of people already commit their time and talents to our work. Now we’re looking for yours.

This role is part of a knowledgeable, friendly and busy team who are all working to the common goal of striving for excellence. The role is located in the Oxford office, which is an open plan environment, with on-site parking.

The rewards for the successful candidate are:
25 days holiday (+ public holidays)
Contributory Stakeholder pension scheme (9% employer contribution based on 5% employee contribution)
Life Assurance cover
Childcare vouchers – salary sacrifice scheme
Cycle to work scheme
Long term sickness cover (up to three years in line with insurance policy)
Workplace counseling service

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