Associate Financial Control Analyst

Asian Development Bank

Manila, Philippines

Experience: 3 to 5 Years

Skill Required: Accounts and Finance

As an Associate Financial Control Analyst, you will undertake a variety of accounting duties, including maintaining and updating accounting records; maintaining sound internal controls; preparing financial and other reports; and contributing towards the preparation of financial statements for nonsovereign operations.

You will:

  • Review and analyze financial data, transactions, and contribute to the preparation of financial statements and other reports, as required under the supervision of a senior national staff, ensuring reported amounts are consistent with control accounts and that they are produced in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Assist in maintaining books of accounts for nonsovereign loans, equity investments and guarantees; and ensure that accounting records/reports are in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
  • Evaluate system requirements for effective and efficient operation; initiate and conduct User Acceptance Tests for changes to existing systems; ensure accuracy and reliability of systems; propose changes and revisions to existing systems; coordinate system support with the Information Technology Department through International Staff in charge; and check and ensure the reliability of systems.
  • Establish and maintain appropriate and adequate internal controls and procedures in preparing financial reports and analysis; recommend changes and improvements as required to ensure completeness and accuracy of data; monitor account balances to ensure appropriate accounting treatments are applied and respective statements/reports are received and reconciled timely and regularly; prepare and verify reconciliation reports of accounts; undertake initial investigation of discrepancies and proposes corrective actions for review by supervising staff.
  • Process transactions through preparation of appropriate disbursement, collection or journal vouchers or other supporting documents; ensure the accuracy, consistency and propriety of supporting documentation for accounting transactions in compliance with accounting practices, established procedures and guidelines, prepare accurate billing statements and dispatch them in a timely manner; compile, analyze and review financial and accounting data as a basis for the preparation of reports.
  • Participate in procedural and organizational review; participate in the formulation of the Section's goals and objectives and the related plans and programs.
  • Provide technical and procedural guidelines to junior administrative staff.
  • Coordinate and provide required information to clients in accordance with established procedures in a tactful manner.
  • Performs other tasks as assigned and reflected in the incumbent’s workplan.


You will need:

  • Bachelor's degree in business administration, major in Accounting; with Certified Public Accountant qualification; Alternatively, a university degree in related fields combined with additional relevant professional experience can be considered.
  • At least 5 years of relevant professional experience.
  • Good interpersonal skills, demonstrating ability to work cohesively with peers and clients and provide guidance and feedback to subordinates.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office applications, particularly MS Word and MS Excel, and accounting related software, such as Oracle ERP.
  • Good understanding of accounting policies, practices, systems, procedures, guidelines, and reporting requirements prevalent in multinational organizations or multilateral institutions.
  • Analytical and systematic, with strong numerical skills and attention to detail.
  • Working knowledge of financial products of multilateral banks.
  • Ability to plan and coordinate schedules and requirements to meet deadlines.
  • Written and verbal proficiency in English.
  • Please refer to the link for ADB Competency Framework for Administrative Staff level 6.