Thank you for your interest in joining Investing in Women (IW).
Since April 2016, we have been trialing innovative ways to tackle one of the most critical economic and social issues of our time: gender inequality. An initiative of the Australian government, we partner with businesses in the Philippines, Vietnam, Myanmar and Indonesia to influence workplace equality; with impact investors to expand women’s access to capital; and with a wide range of partners to change harmful social norms and gender stereotypes.
Our mission—to catalyse inclusive economic growth through increasing women’s economic opportunities in South East Asia—is at the heart of everything we do.
If you are interested in joining our small, dynamic team and applying your skills, experience and passion to this mission, we want to hear from you.
The Finance Officer is responsible for a variety of financial management and administrative duties, accounting transactions, and internal controls; reporting, recording and administering IW project accounts and finances.
- Act as General Ledger accountant, and record all financial transactions for IW accounts, including all liquidations, acquittals and adjustments in NetSuite;
- Reconcile all ledgers, banks and payroll to ensure that all transactions are accurately recorded and reported;
- Undertake processing of accounts payable and review accounts receivables; prepare disbursement vouchers, checks and review supporting documents (e.g. invoices, receipts, folio) for all IW accounts;
- Verify, review and confirm the accuracy, validity and propriety of all program expenses, including completeness and authenticity of supporting documents in compliance with established Abt and IW financial policies and procedures;
- Confirm the cost codes, task codes, tax deductions where required, and arithmetical computation for each request;
- Review payroll calculations and provide support to HR as required to meet payroll deadlines;
- Ensure the semi-monthly payroll allocation entries are properly calculated, coded and entered appropriately into NetSuite; and
- Handle the e-fling and e-payment of BIR returns thru e-FPS.
- At least 5 years’ experience in accounting or auditing and a good working knowledge of related computer applications in a project and corporate setting;
- Demonstrated experience in financial management and disbursements relevant to donor-assisted program/contracts;
- Analytical and good problem-solving skills, with strong numerical skills and attention to detail;
- Knowledge of internal controls and how they are applied to financial and accounting processes;
- Proficient with MS Office and hands-on experience with Oracle NetSuite or an equivalent accounting system;
- Good oral and written English communication skills; and
- Ability to plan, coordinate schedules, and meet deadlines; to work with minimal supervision and prioritise workloads, and; to motivate self and contribute proactively and positively in a team environment.
Further Information & Application
Further information in regards to this opportunity can found in the Position Description available from the Careers page of Abt Associates’ website.
Applications should be submitted online via the Careers page of Abt Associates’ website and MUST include a CV and covering letter addressing the key requirements listed above.
Applications close: 12AM (AEST), Friday, 24 May 2019
We welcome and thank all applicants, however only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.