Kisangani Regional Accountant
PATH, Kinshasa, Congo
Closing Date for Applications:
Specific duties include:
- Review reports and documentation related to the regional accounts before their integration into monthly FOFR.
- Enter transactions in QuickBooks for the Kisangani office.
- Submit the monthly Field Office Financial report electronic and hard copies to Kinshasa office on 25th of the month.
- Manage PATH Regional bank account and reconcile at the end of the month and ensure petty cash control
- Make payments of Grants and operations by ensuring that transactions are properly documented, they are budgeted and comply with USAID regulations and PATH policies and procedures.
- Track advances using available tools and share information with Kinshasa Senior Accountant on a monthly basis and copy the DAF.
- Prepare the monthly fund request and submit to the Senior Accountant.
- Track payment of grants in province and report any delay or unusual payment to the Senior Accountant with copy to the DAF.
- Follow up on Regional tracking of grant payments and report any issue to the Senior Accountant with copy to the DAF.
- Contribute to building financial capacities of the grantees.
- Support other PATH projects as needed.
- Support Regional offices in procurement and finances issues.
- Any other duty as requested.
- Excellent oral, written, and presentation skills in English and French.
- High numeracy and sound technical skills.
- Analytical approach to work.
- Problem-solving skills and initiative.
- Strong attention to detail and an investigative nature.
- Good time management skills and the ability to prioritize.
- Able to work as part of a team and to build strong working relationships.
- Ability to make quick but balanced decisions.
- Degree in business administration, finance, or accounting plus a minimum of five years of experience working in health and development programs with substantial expertise in accountancy, in the financial and regulatory aspects of USAID.
- You must currently have legal authorization to work in the Democratic Republic of Congo.