We Effect

Regional Financial Controller

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Regional Financial Controller
Office: Regional Office
Department/Region:  Southern Africa Region
Unit/Country:  Zambia
Title of position: Financial Controller
Location: Zambia
Reporting Line: Regional Director
Job Level: Regional Office Management Team
Employment Form: Fixed Contract
Closing Date: 19th April 2023
What are the most basic criteria for the position?: Financial management and budget analysis
We Effect is a development organisation founded by the Swedish cooperative movement in 1958 to support the development of democratic organisations and societies. In our international development cooperation programmes, we are applying a human rights-based approach supporting people living in poverty to secure their rights.
We Effect works in around 20 countries in Asia, Europe, Latin America and Africa through our regional offices in partnership with local CSO’s, farmer organisations, cooperative federations and other democratic organisations. For more information, see www.weeffect.se/www.weeffect.org/ https://latin.weeffect.org/
We Effect is now recruiting a Regional Financial Controller. The position of Regional Financial Controller is part of the Regional Office in the Southern Africa Region in Lusaka, Zambia. The employment is for a fixed term period with a three months’ probation. However, probation may be extended up to another three months if need for more introduction to the job is required. Start date as soon as possible.
Main responsibilities

Financial management and cost efficiency of We Effect Southern Africa operations
Plan, carry out and follow up financial compliance monitoring and capacity building of all We Effect supported operations in Southern Africa
Lead and coordinate, support and train the Country Financial Controllers

General responsibilities are to ensure that procurements, audits, financial reports, budgeting, accounting for We Effect and partner organizations are carried out in accordance with We Effect guidelines and policies.
Roles / Key Responsibilities

Overall responsibility for implementation, monitoring and further development of the systems for financial management and administration of the We Effect Southern Africa Region to prevent corruption and improve cost efficiency.
Ensure that all recipients of We Effect funding – partner organisations or otherwise – are knowledgeable of and adhere to We Effect, Sida and other donor specific regulations.
Play an important role in developing competitive budgets in applications and make sure application requirements are met.
As a member of the Regional Management Team, the Regional Financial Controller shall actively contribute to the work and goals of the management teams.

About you
You have several years of experience in financial management in an international context and organisational development. You are mature and well-grounded. To succeed in the role your ability to organise, communicate and lead are of importance. You have excellent ability to plan, prioritize and organize your own work. You have an eye for details, the commitment, experience and tools to support your team to succeed in their roles. You have good social skills, broad networks and are a good communicator. You know what it takes to deliver results and ethical.
You share the organisation’s vision of a sustainable and just world for all, free from poverty.
Required qualifications

A minimum of 5 years’ experience of working as a financial controller
A minimum of 2 years of management experience
Excellent skills in financial management and budget analysis
University degree within accounting or similar
In-depth knowledge of international institutional donor requirements, especially European
Experience of working in an INGO
Strong analytical skills and strategic outlook
Strong oral and written communication skills in English
With high skills in using excel

Merits

Experience from cooperative development work

What we can offer you
We will give you the opportunity to make a real difference – within our organisation and in our joint work for a sustainable planet free from poverty. We challenge the status quo and encourages innovation. Our values Transparency, Respect and Together, guide us in our work and as colleagues forming our organisational culture. We are an intercultural organisation where diversity and inclusion are our corner stones. We welcome you as you are, and value a wide range of perspectives, experiences and networks and we strive for a workplace where you can bring your whole self to work. It is our belief that an inclusive workplace without discrimination of any kind, leads to more efficient relations and results with healthy, engaged, and growing co-workers.
We strive to have the best work environment and even if your main workplace for this position will be Lusaka, we offer flexible opportunities to mix working from office and home or elsewhere which we believe will improve work-life balance in many ways. We apply goal-oriented working time and offer 25 days of paid annual leave.
Application
Apply by uploading your CV and cover letter no later than 19th April 2023. Your application documents should be in English.
For more information
NAME OF RECRUTING MANAGER: Andreas Dolk
TITLE: Regional Director
EMAIL:[email protected]ect.org
If you have any technical difficulties uploading the application, please contact Impactpool, [email protected]
Misconduct
We Effect wants to be alerted on suspected discrimination, corruption or other serious misconduct during the recuritment process. To make us aware, do not hesitate to use our Whistleblowing System.

To apply for this job please visit www.impactpool.org.

https://www.impactpool.org/jobs/926709
Application email or URL: https://www.impactpool.org/jobs/926709

Job Summary

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Lusaka, Zambia Location
Full Time Job Type
Salary Closes: April 19, 2023
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