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Duties and Responsibilities
Under the supervision of the Chief of Budget and Planning – Division Coordinator, Division of Administration to:
- Produce Programme and Budget Performance Reports;
- Compile work programme for the Division of Administration and develop budget to implement the programme. Responsible for monitoring implementation of programme and budget for the division;
- Actively support the chief in the development and compilation of Programme and Budget proposals;
- Monitor and report budget implementation status of the organization and the division. Produce monthly and other periodic budget implementation report for senior management of the organization including projections of the budget implementation rate;
- Administer and manage staffing table in close coordination with the Human Resources Section and Division Planning/Budget Officers;
- Perform and oversee processing of budget implementation administration tasks including but not limited to:
- Allotment of approved budget appropriations;
- Budget transfer requests;
- Carry forward of multi-year funds (such as CIF-I and CIF-S);
- Maintenance of SAP master date/process workflow related to budgetary structure including creation and management of projects and WBS elements in SAP in close coordination with the Division Planning/Budget Officers;
- Perform and co-ordinate periodic review of outstanding commitments/obligations in close coordination with the Certifying Officers;
- Creation and management of staff related commitments/obligations in the SAP Payroll in close coordination with the Human Resources Section and the Payroll Unit of the Financial Services Section;
- Supervise Budget Implementation Assistant;
- Act as OiC for the Budget and Planning team during the absence of the Chief;
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Advanced university degree in business or public administration, finance, accounting, economics or related field. A combination of bachelor degree in business or public administration, finance, accounting or related field with four additional years of relevant experience (see below) may be accepted in lieu of the advanced degree.
- At least seven years of relevant working experience in the field of budget planning and administration, financial management and/or accounting and financial reporting which should include at least four years in an international setting and at least two years of supervisory experience;
- Two or more years of experience of working with an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system;
- Excellent command of written and spoken English is required. Knowledge of other languages is desirable.
PLEASE NOTE: These vacancies are not open vacancies, but examples of profiles recruiters will be looking for at the Global Careers for Women event | 1st March.