Our partner works to transform decision- making processes in relation to natural resources and to promote equity in the sharing of benefits derived from natural resources management in Liberia.
The organisation’s founder, collected evidence of falsified logging records, illegal logging practices and human rights abuses; these were passed on to the UN Security Council which then banned the export of Liberian timber. Since 2003, they have been working with the leadership to create sustainable timber policies, improve governance of the forests and benefit sharing with forest communities.
On this assignment you will conduct an assessment of their accounting & financial systems, and make and implement recommendations based on the complexity of the accounting/reporting requirements, availability of resources, and skillset of local staff. Part of this assessment will entail looking at how tasks are distributed (accounting & financial management), supporting the management team with proper allocation of tasks, and identifying areas of coaching for individual staff.
They have recently transitioned to using Quickbooks which is being run alongside MS Excel. You will help with the full transition to Quickbooks, assisting the organisation in using the budgeting and reporting capacity of the software.
They would also like support in creating budgeting & cashflow forecasting tools, training staff in these, and helping them better understand & manage their donor reporting requirements.
One of their donors will cover the costs of your flights, accommodation and living expenses.
As flights and accommodation are covered, please note that this assignment will incur a surcharge fee. Click for more information on AfID's fee structure.
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