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Heifer International Recruitment 2021 (5 Job Vacancies)

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Heifer International Recruitment 2021 – Getting hired at Heifer International requires you to meet the position requirements for the company. In this article, we will be listing some job vacancies at Heifer International that you can apply for.

Before we continue let us look at what the company is all about.

About Heifer International

Heifer International – Our goal is to help families achieve living incomes, which will allow them to feed their families daily; educate all their children; and have proper housing, water, hygiene, and other essential resources. When many families gain this new sustainable income, it brings new opportunities for building schools, creating agricultural cooperatives, forming community savings, and funding small businesses.

List of Job Vacancies at Heifer International

We are recruiting to fill the positions below:

Job Title: Accounting Specialist

Job ID: 392
Location: Lagos, Nigeria  

Function

  • Accountable to provide substantive support for accounting aspects of the Heifer Regional Office.
  • Accountable for the maintenance of accounting related systems.
  • Accountable to implement accepted methods of accounting and assure proper internal controls and perform guided assessments of controls related to financial activities, reporting and compliance.
  • Accountable to apply critical thinking to manage the business of the Regional Office, in a face-paced, ever-changing environment.
  • Accountable to apply and reinforce general accounting standards and Heifer’s policies and procedures.

Responsibilities & Deliverables

  • Support the Regional team in accounting &management to ensure compliance ( 90%).
  • Ensure regulatory and organizational compliance of accounting transactions within the Regional program offices and support global consolidation of financial statements.
  • Maintain the general ledger accounts and reconcile balance sheet accounts, including staff travel advances reconciliations and cash/bank/credit card reconciliations. Reconcile all transactions in the accounting system to the general ledger and financial reports
  • Record all transactions in the accounting system; coordinate with the Director to complete all accounting procedures to produce monthly financial statements in accordance with local GAAP or IFRS
  • Produce accurate and timely transactions that will feed into reporting, dashboards and other key deliverables
  • Perform payroll registration including related deductions, benefits, taxes and other payments to employees and statutory institutions, in accordance with existing government laws and regulations
  • Register and maintain fixed assets in the accounting system.
  • Manage the staff expenditure and reimbursement process.
  • Maintain an efficient filing and retrieval system for financial and accounting records to ensure completeness, accuracy and compliance on a weekly basis that is in line with Nigeria laws, regulations and local GAAP.
  • Partner with Headquarters in the periodic close, ensuring accurate and timely financial statements for global consolidation.
  • Serve as custodian for the checkbooks.
  • May perform other job-related duties as assigned (10%).

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, plus five (5) years of related experience.

Preferred Requirements:

  • Experience in a donor-funded development environment with compliance requirements of institutional funders.

Essential Character Traits:

  • Financial Acumen; Tech Savvy; Action oriented; Plans and aligns; Optimizes work processes; Ensures accountability; Drives results; Collaborates; Communicates effectively; Courage; Instills trust.

Most Critical Proficiencies:

  • Knowledge of the NGO business sector; Knowledge of institutional funders for international development, a plus.
  • Ability to navigate financial and non-financial data gathering and analytics; technically adept with ability to quickly learn and maximize usage of technology and software; effective use of Microsoft Office Suite with intermediate skill in MS Excel.
  • Practical knowledge of the local Regional generally accepted accounting principles and fiscal statutes.
  • Experience with accounting systems.

Essential Job Functions and Physical Demands:

  • Ability to work under pressure, perform multiple tasks and manage consistently competing priorities; comfortable in rapidly changing environment. Must be flexible and able to improvise to handle a variety of situations.
  • Ability to effectively train individuals and teams using participatory methodologies.
  • Ability to work with delicate personnel situations and to maintain confidentiality.
  • Ability to maintain close relationships and work with team members from a distance and with limited opportunity for personal interaction.
  • Constant sitting and working at a computer for extended periods of time.
  • Constant face-to-face, electronic and telephone communication with colleagues and the general public.
  • Ability to prepare documents and other materials in a well-designed and attractive format, with attention to detail
  • Willingness and ability to work outside of normal business hours.
  • Ability and willingness to travel both domestically and internationally.
  • Adequate physical condition necessary to travel to project sites in rural areas.

Interested and qualified candidates should:
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Job Title: Program Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager (PMEL)

Job ID: 368
Location: Abuja

Function

  • This position will manage the development and implementation of Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning, and Systems for projects executed within country programs. A strong emphasis is on data collection, integrity, data analysis, reporting, and dissemination to key stakeholders.
  • S/he will provide technical input to project reviews and proposals and will provide leadership and support in the implementation of Heifer’s regional and global monitoring and evaluation systems at the country level, ensuring standards in baseline surveys, living income benchmarking, impact monitoring, and evaluation processes that contribute to the global strategies.
  • The PMEL Manager represents Heifer’s country-level management, program knowledge and perspective in the development of strategies within Heifer at large and the development and private sector.

Responsibilities & Deliverables
Implement monitoring, evaluation, learning, and systems for country-specific projects. (30%):

  • Collect and manage data to support needs assessment, project design, project logical framework design, and target setting and progress management.
  • Conduct and manage project baseline, living income benchmarking and monitor project progress, and evaluations as per M&E plan.
  • Ensure the effective implementation of MELS policies, procedures, and guidelines for country-specific projects.
  • Ensure proper use of available digital tools and techniques for effectively managing MELS activities.
  • Provide support to implement partners in preparing their MELS plans and in using digital tools for data collection and management.
  • Support Heifer wide research for Learning when needed
  • Elevate MELS-related challenges to Country Director and Program Director for coordination with the SVP – Africa Programs, to find timely solutions.

Contribute to program effectiveness: design monitoring, evaluation, learning, and systems for country-specific projects (20%):

  • Design monitoring and evaluation plan incorporating core standard indicators defined by HQ, and set targets for indicators.
  • Create an indicator reference sheet for all indicators.
  • Develop the project Results in Framework & logical framework for all the projects.
  • Design data collection tools, plans, and processes for all required information, ensuring high quality and integrity of data.
  • Review and adjust M&E plans and targets, tools, and processes periodically.
  • Ensure alignment of country’s/projects’ M&E plans and procedures with the organization’s standards and requirements.
  • Support development of a MELS budget and staffing plan per each funded project.
  • Assist in networking with other development organizations, governments, and other line agencies in promoting Heifer’s development model/initiatives, and potential collaborations.

Data management, analysis and utilization for learning (20%):

  • Summarize/ aggregate data at country level and contribute to organization-wide aggregation.
  • Manage all data properly in clean form, and analyze to use for project management, learning and meet all the reporting needs.
  • Ensure timely data availability and reporting to stakeholders as needed.
  • Respond to periodic donor and headquarters requests for additional information on project activities and results.
  • Document lessons learned, successes, failures and best practices via case studies.
  • Develop and monitor CP level action agenda to ensure that they are refined and acted upon.

Capacity Development (15%):

  • Equip MELS staff and implementing partners’ staff with skills to deliver MELS activities efficiently.
  • Build implementing partners’ capacity in MELS activities including proper record keeping and data management.
  • Supervise and manage to support MELS staff for efficient work and maintaining compliance.
  • Provide coaching and training to equip MELS staff to deliver the assigned responsibilities efficiently.
  • Contribute to the recruitment, training, and supervision of external parties that are contracted to implement special surveys and studies required for evaluating project effects and impacts.

Fundraising (10%):

  • Support the development of concept notes, project proposals, and submission to potential donors. Support research and evaluation initiatives in-country.
  • Assist in networking with other development organizations, governments and other line agencies in promoting Heifer’s development model/initiatives, and potential collaborations.
  • Support the Director of Programs in data collection and updating for all Value-chains of interest in the country.

Any Other Assigned Functions (5%):

  • Perform other job-related duties as requested.

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in International Development, Project Planning and Management, Economics, Statistics, or other relevant disciplines with focus on monitoring and evaluation.
  • Eight (8) years of substantial monitoring and evaluation experience.
  • Must be eligible to work in Nigeria.

Preferred Requirements:

  • Demonstrated experience in coordinating and working with international donors and grantees on PMEL/MLE systems.
  • Experience in supporting and monitoring field-based programs in Nigeria or West Africa.
  • Experience in managing databases and coordinating evaluations, surveys and impact monitoring.
  • Professional training in project management.

Essential Character Traits:

  • Detailed-oriented, self-driven, and leadership skills.

Most Critical Proficiencies:

  • Innovative, analytical, and solutions-oriented.
  • A good understanding of and sensitivity to issues associated with poverty, hunger, agriculture and the environment, and knowledge of the context in which non-profit organizations operate.
  • Demonstrated experience in statistical analysis, reporting and analyzing program performance.
  • Knowledge of market systems interventions and linkages to poverty alleviation.
  • Excellent organizational skills, including strong attention to detail.
  • Proven experience in building the capacity of partner institutions to document and disseminate industry information, manage knowledge, measure progress and plan and advocate within the industry.
  • Proficient knowledge of word processing, spreadsheets, presentation tools, electronic mail (Microsoft Office preferred) and Internet.
  • Strong knowledge and skills in data management and analysis using statistical software’s (eg. STATA, SPSS, SAS, Eviews, etc.).
  • Demonstrated proficiency in English, both oral and written.
  • Experience with ICT.
  • Ability to work in a team.

Essential Job Functions and Physical Demands:

  • Ability to understand, appreciate and implement Heifer’s Values-Based Holistic Community Development model.
  • Demonstrated creativity, ability to think systematically, willingness and ability to incorporate innovative solutions.
  • Quantitative and qualitative approaches to evaluation and ability to communicate MEL concepts clearly with leadership, partners, and staff at all levels.
  • Willingness and ability to assign and review the work of direct reports and to use participatory management skills with junior and senior staff.
  • Proven team leadership and supervisory skills with the ability to train and work cooperatively with a diverse staff, including field staff in various locations.
  • Constant face-to-face, telephone and electronic communication with colleagues and the public.
  • Working with sensitive information and maintaining confidentiality.
  • Ability to manage and execute multiple tasks with little supervision while meeting sometimes inflexible deadlines.
  • Willingness and ability to travel.
  • Ability to work with sensitive information and to maintain confidentiality.

Interested and qualified candidates should:
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Job Title: Director of Programs

Job ID: 366
Loacation: Abuja, Nigeria

Function

  • The Director of Programs provides overall leadership and management of country office-led Programs, including leading the planning, design, development, implementation, donor reporting and field-level management, while ensuring the highest standards in compliance with obligations and results according to signed agreements.
  • S/he, therefore, enforces quality assurance with assigned projects and is responsible for the quality and performance of work of all relevant Program staff, sub-recipients, and sub-contract service providers.
  • The major focus of the role of the Program Director is to carefully guide the implementation of assigned projects (in line with project strategy), to achieve project objectives. S/he will maintain focus on management, communication, and strategy and drive towards sustainability that achieves scale, permanent change, and impact through long-term partnerships.
  • With the support of the Country Director, the Director of Programs leads the process for developing and growing Heifer country office’s Program, to reflect a fair balance in the project portfolios.

Essential Character Traits

  • Drives results, accountability, manage complex environments, excellent and effective communication, resourcefulness, manage conflict, team player.

Responsibilities & Deliverables
Program Management and oversight (30%):

  • Provide strategic program leadership and excellent management of the approved projects, schedules, and budgets. Maintain excellent oversight of all project components and meet expectations for project successes.
  • Ensure that project managers and project coordinators execute approved workplans activities and operations in response to technical direction and recommend adjustments as appropriate, to achieve project objectives.
  • Effectively manage project risks in each phase of project implementation in a timely manner, to ensure fulfillment of objectives.
  • Effectively maintain strong communication with all the relevant stakeholders throughout project implementation and successfully manage a matrix project management structure when necessary.
  • Ensure accountability and compliance with donor requirements.
  • Provide program-related reports and make presentations, as may be required.

Program Planning and Budgeting ( 10%):

  • Support all project teams to develop annual budgets and work plans, consistent with project documents and donor contracts.
  • Support teams in undertaking the necessary review and updating of the work plans and budgets to respond to emerging field implementation challenges and project review processes.
  • Support the development of the country office’s program framework.

Budget Management and Monitoring (10%):

  • In liaison with the Finance department, undertake quarterly budget monitoring and variance analysis with all Program Managers and Coordinators, and support the projects in reviewing and tracking spending to adhere to annual budgets.
  • Support Program Managers and the Country Program to plan and undertake corrective management actions arising out of budget monitoring reports.
  • Approve program-related requests for imprest and reconciliation, in line with work plans and financial management procedures.

Program Reporting (15%):

  • Review regular quarterly, semi, and annual reports from the Program Managers and Project Coordinators and support them to comply with requirements of quality reporting and timeliness.
  • Review donor reports from the Program Managers and Project Coordinators to ensure they comply with requirements in terms of quality and timelines and ensure these are of the highest standards.
  • Compile quarterly Country Program reports to provide oversight of the Country Program implementation.
  • Compile the Heifer International Annual Board ends report.

Program Development and Fundraising (20%):

  • Provide leadership to the Program development work to grow and develop the country’s Programs portfolio.
  • Support the country office’s fundraising work through background information gathering, concept Development, and proposal development.
  • Support field teams in ensuring that the country office’s interventions are appropriately designed and benefiting correctly targeted beneficiaries and creating the desired impact with participants.
  • Maintain data and ensure research is up to date on focus value chains.

Personnel Management (10%):

  • Lead a multi-disciplinary team of experts to achieve program objectives and results and meet all requirements and obligations.
  • Motivate staff to perform effectively toward program objectives, through communication, team building, and define personnel needs and scopes of work; evaluate work done by team members and conduct performance reviews.
  • Define personnel needs and scope of work, evaluate work done by team members, and conduct performance reviews.

Any Other Assigned Function (5%):

  • Perform any other duty as may be assigned by supervisor(s).

Essential Job Functions and Physical Demands

  • Preparing and presenting program reports and presentations in a well-designed and attractive format with superior attention to detail.
  • Willingness and ability to assign and review the work of line-managed staff and to use participatory management skills with junior and senior staff.
  • Proven team leadership and supervisory skills with the ability to train and work cooperatively with a diverse staff.
  • Regularly conduct a stakeholder analysis to strengthen partnerships and leveraging of resources
  • Constant face-to-face, telephone, and electronic communication with colleagues and the general public to scale up country program visibility and publicity.
  • May require constant sitting; working at a computer, focusing for extended periods of time, and performing office work in the field and/or in remote conditions.
  • Ability to manage and execute multiple tasks with little supervision while meeting strict deadlines.
  • Ability to work with sensitive information and maintain confidentiality.
  • MS Office: Word, Excel, PPT, and Microsoft Project.

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences, Business Administration or Agriculture, minimum of 10-15 years of program management experience with at least five (5) years in leadership on projects.
  • Ability to manage large, complex programs in market systems and value chain development.
  • Experience working with governments, the private sector, and local institutions.
  • Experience in proposal development.
  • Must be eligible to work in Nigeria.

Preferred Requirements:

  • Master’s Degree in Social Sciences, Business Administration or Agriculture.
  • Experience working in international development in Nigeria or with INGO based in Nigeria.

Most Critical Proficiencies:

  • Good understanding of annual work planning and budgeting across complex programs.
  • Ability to use monitoring and evaluation data to ensure program targets are met.
  • Maintain knowledge and sensitivity to issues associated with poverty, hunger, and the environment.
  • Ability to manage teams by addressing conflicts amongst diverse stakeholders.
  • Excellent organizational skills.
  • Experience in working with various commodities and value chains.
  • Strong communicator across different teams in a matrix reporting structure.
  • Ability to transition projects to scale with a high degree of permanence of impact.
  • Knowledge of development issues, trends, challenges and opportunities, and implications to community development.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of strategic planning processes.
  • Demonstrated creativity, ability to think systematically, willingness, and ability to incorporate innovative solutions.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to work cooperatively, tactfully, and diplomatically with culturally diverse groups of people.

Interested and qualified candidates should:
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Job Title: Regional People (HR) Director, the Africa

Job ID: 378
Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Job Category: Human Resources

Role Summary

  • Reporting to the Area Senior Vice President, with a dotted reporting line to the Chief People Officer, the Regional People Director (RPD) is a key member of Heifer’s Global HR Team as well as the Africa Leadership Team.
  • Within such a role, the RPD will participate in the development and lead the implementation of talent management, business planning, compensation and benefits, performance development, compliance, and employee engagement initiatives that promote an optimum employee experience and enable HI design and deliver high-quality Signature Programs in collaboration with Heifer’s partnering communities within the Africa region.

Major Responsibilities

  • Partner with Global HR Team to develop and implement a Global Human Capital Strategy and contextualize it into an annual work plan that is relevant to the Region’s/Area strategy.
  • Collaborate with Heifer International leadership within the region to build HI brand as an employer and develop staffing plans to attract and hire high-quality people needed for successful implementation of existing and future Signature Programs within the region.
  • Partner with the Global Talent Development function to provide individual-based development experience and introduce trainings that promote HI’s culture, supplement skill needs, promote compliance, enhance team morale, and improve organizational performance in support of 2030 goal.
  • Provide leadership, support, and follow up to country program HR teams, and supervisors in understanding and implementing HI policies and practices related to performance, discipline, safeguarding, positive employee relations, and related topics.
  • Provide regional context and representation to global processes, policies, practices with implications for the field teams.
  • Communicate, train, and guide implementation of new or changes to global processes, policies, and practices.
  • Communicate and coordinate HR Global information needs, requests, and annual requirements.
  • Collaborate with Global HR Team and Risk Management Division in reviewing claims, performing self-audits across the region, and addressing areas of development.
  • Work with Global Compensation and Benefits Director to develop, constantly benchmark, and implement the organization’s compensation and benefits systems within the region to achieve Heifer’s Total Rewards philosophy in support of the organization’s strategic goals.
  • Manage international staff (expatriate and Tirth Country Nationals TCNs) recruitment, onboarding, compensation administration including allowances, and internal mobility and relocations in line with HI policies.
  • Promote a culture of respect that celebrates diversity, equity, and meet the organization’s duty of care towards its people. Proactively assess and address culture and work environment concerns.
  • Achieve Operational Excellence within the HR function by guiding and supporting field teams to deliver high-quality HR operations across Heifer’s field offices and projects.
  • Hold oneself accountable for achieving Regional HR goals and provide support to field/project HR teams to achieve their objectives.
  • Proactively assess and clarify/develop systems, processes, policies necessary for field teams to reach scale and impact at the program and project level, within the regional or country context
  • Lead, develop, and support cross-national knowledge sharing, and ensuring capacity building of staff within the region, actively participate in region-wide HR community network.
  • Develop minimum standards and supervise the implementation of staff recruitment, onboarding, promotion, and/or termination of contracts in the region and supervise its implementation.
  • Support proposal design process through development and/or review of organizational structure, profiles, etc.
  • Support the development and/or review of job descriptions to clearly identify responsibilities and find the best talent.

Minimum Requirements

  • BA / B.Sc Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or another related field. A Master’s degree is a major plus.
  • Continued HR education, recognized HR Certifications are major pluses
  • A minimum of 10 years of non-profit and for-profit experience in HR Management is required with at least (3) three years of HR leadership within the region and with reputable organizations.
  • Successful management/ leadership experience.
  • Thorough understanding of the Region’s labor markets and culture.
  • Experience in high-growth and large projects staffing and employment life-cycle management.
  • Must possess a high level of integrity and credibility. Be comfortable operating managing and building teams within a matrix structure.
  • Self-motivated individual that will continuously look for opportunities to improve processes.
  • Collaborative, team-oriented mindset with strong verbal and written communication skills. English language fluency is required.
  • Self-motivated, agile, and detail-oriented leader with exceptional organizational, interpersonal, and conflict resolution skills. 

The Successful Candidate:

  • To succeed in this role, you will have a track record in supporting and driving constant change within INGO project-based, matrix structure.
  • You will have a proven HR leader delivering operational excellence within the region with similar or larger INGOs and have the passion to implement global and regional strategic plans within your function and for the success of the other functions within the region.
  • You will have a passion for developing people and have the independence to promote equity, inclusion, and coach leadership on managing sensitive people challenges.
  • You are able to hold yourself accountable and build the capacity and motivate highly effective HR teams that are geographically scattered.

Interested and qualified candidates should:
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Job Title: Director of Global Finance Operations

Job ID: 386
Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Category: Accounting and Finance

Function

  • Accountable to provide strategic and analytical leadership in the development of a cohesive, financial management function within the  Nigeria Regional Office. 
  • Developing and upgrading tools and practices to meet the increasing requirements of a highly competitive donor environment. 
  • Accountable for the adoption of methods and best practices in financial management and systems development, further strengthening stakeholder confidence in the Heifer Regional Office’s oversight management functions. 
  • Plays a significant role in strengthening core global systems by ensuring proper accounting and reporting of resources by maintaining systems of accountability, processing of accounting information, internal and external financial reporting, cash and bank account maintenance and other financial tasks as assigned in liaison with relevant Heifer departments. 
  • Accountable to enhance and protect Heifer’s organizational value by providing advice and insight in accordance with Heifer’s internal policies and procedures. 
  • The Director of Finance assesses internal controls over key operational and financial activities and reporting and compliance functions. 

Essential Character Traits

  • Financial Acumen; Manages complexity; Decision quality; Directs work; Plans and aligns; Optimizes work processes; Ensures accountability; Collaborates; Builds effective teams; Communicates effectively; Organizational savvy; Courage; Instills trust.

Responsibilities & Deliverables

  • Provide leadership for the Regional team in financial and accounting management (90%):
    • Perform analytical review of general ledger accounts and reconciling balance sheet accounts, including staff travel advance reconciliations and cash/bank/credit card reconciliations.
    • Ensure regulatory and organizational compliance of accounting transactions within the Regional program office and support global consolidation of financial statements.
    • Perform analytical review of general ledger accounts and reconciling balance sheet accounts, including staff travel advance reconciliations and cash/bank/credit card reconciliations.
    • Ensure all transactions in the accounting system reconcile to the general ledger and financial reports.
    • Approve all transactions in the accounting system; coordinate with team members to complete all accounting procedures to produce monthly financial statements in accordance with local GAAP or IFRS
    • Monitor and/or prepare accurate and timely reporting, dashboards and other key management deliverables.
    • Oversee payroll registration including related deductions, benefits, taxes, and other payments to employees and statutory institutions, in accordance with existing government laws and regulations
    • Oversee registration and maintenance of fixed assets in the accounting system.
    • Oversee the staff expenditure and reimbursement process.
    • Ensure an efficient filing and retrieval system is in place for financial and accounting records to ensure completeness, accuracy, and compliance on a weekly basis that is in line with Nigeria laws, regulations, and local GAAP.
    • Partner with Headquarters in the periodic close, ensuring accurate and timely financial statements for global consolidation.
    • Facilitate requests related to independent external audits and other agreed-upon procedures providing financial information and follow-up
    • File and remit taxes and other financial obligations to Nigeria regulatory bodies. Ensure all financial records and statements are in line with Nigeria laws, regulations, and Nigeria GAAP
    • Guide implementation and institutionalization of Heifer’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, including capturing and sharing of best practices for cross-area replication and support complement ongoing documentation and implementation of industry-standard in accounts management and compliance
    • Provide Programs with input on key financial aspects of the Regional office.
    • Coordinate key processes for Regional Office budgeting and forecasting. Preparation and maintenance of accurate and timely periodic budget/expense reporting, dashboards, and other key deliverables to senior management
  • May perform other job-related duties as assigned (10%)

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Management Accounting, Business Administration, or related field, plus ten (10) years of related experience or
  • Master’s Degree in Accounting, Management Accounting, Business Administration or related field, plus eight (8) years of related experience.

Preferred Requirements:

  • Experience in a donor-funded international development environment with compliance requirements of the U.S. government and institutional funders for international development, such USAID, EC, IFAD, DFID, mega-foundations and others.

Most Critical Proficiencies:

  • Knowledge of the U.S. non-profit and INGO business sector, including compliance requirements of the U.S. government and institutional funders for international development, such USAID, EU, DFID, mega-foundations and others.
  • Ability to navigate financial and non-financial data gathering and analytics; technically adept with ability to quickly learn and maximize usage of technology and software; strong user of Microsoft Office Suite with advanced skill in MS Excel.
  • Effective communicator and influencer with the ability to clearly convey complex financial issues in a clear format for non-finance professions, motivating continuous and collaborative improvement.
  • Proficient in generally accepted accounting and IFRS and practices.
  • Experience with accounting systems and systems conversions.

Essential Job Functions and Physical Demands:

  • Ability to work under pressure, perform multiple tasks and manage consistently competing priorities; comfortable in rapidly changing environment. Must be flexible and able to improvise to handle a variety of situations.
  • Ability to effectively supervise, delegate, and train individuals and teams using participatory methodologies. Strong facilitation skills preferred.
  • Ability to work with delicate personnel situations and maintain confidentiality.
  • Ability to maintain close relationships and work with team members from a distance and with limited opportunity for personal interaction.
  • Constant sitting and working at a computer for extended periods of time.
  • Constant face-to-face, electronic, and telephone communication with colleagues and the general public.
  • Willingness and ability to work outside of normal business hours.
  • Ability and willingness to travel both domestically and internationally.
  • Adequate physical condition necessary to travel to project sites in rural areas.

Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply

Note: Heifer International is an equal opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability

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