Thinking of a Career in Emergency Management?
- BY Nicole Pelette
In 2020, Liberian women and men have an equal, sustained, representative and equitable dialogue with each other and the State on strategies to redress inequalities, which will as a means reduce poverty.
Oxfam in Liberia believes in and work towards a gender-focused active citizenship movement as the basis for the development of a Liberia that is just, equitable, inclusive and has the basis for development and growth.
To that end, Oxfam in Liberia believes that it is crucial that civil society has a voice that is built on gender justice. We believe that a strong and empowered social movement that is representative of the voices of women as much as that of men, of male and female youths as much as that of their elders, that recognizes the diversity of the population and their needs will contribute to a Liberia with an improved quality of life characterized by active citizenship, equitable and sustainable development in a just and inclusive society, Oxfam’ vision for Liberia. In conjunction with this, and in alliance with civil society, we will continue supporting the government in the development of systems that contribute to the vision.
To provide support to Oxfam Liberia Programme in financial management by ensuring the organization and donor policies and procedures are complied with, produce timely & accurate financial reports and maintain financial data.
To provide timely and accurate financial information for the programme on donor-funded projects and to produce reports in accordance with the law and Oxfam’s financial standards and donor requirements.
Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities
Desirable: Experience of working with multi-donor contracts and a knowledge / experience of their reporting requirements.