The Country Finance and Human Resources Manager is responsible for ensuring quality financial and human resources functionality for the entire Ipas Mozambique program. This position is responsible for the overall fiscal management and compliance of the country office by recording expenditures; overseeing accurate budgeting, country office financial reporting and donor reports; reviewing and processing payments; ensuring accurate timekeeping and coding as well as compliance with all related policies; and serving as backup for processing cash and accounts payable. This role includes auditing and supervision of finance and accounting staff in the Mozambique office. The Finance Manager will also have human resources responsibilities. This position will collaborate with global finance, human resources and the programs units for all matters related to human resources, accounting, reporting, auditing and compliance. The Country Finance Manager is responsible and accountable for accurate financial data records as well as financial system training of the Mozambique staff.
Ensures plans for monthly cash need is accurate, completed in a timely manner, and submitted to the Ipas Global Office as requested.
Decisive Risk Management & Problem Solving
Anticipate challenges and find solutions. Seeks the necessary inputs, analyzes the data at hand, identifies potential risks and takes a decision. Can move forward even when information is imperfect. Documents analysis, intentions and desired outcome of key decisions. Reviews the impact and consequences and openly learns from mistakes
Communication & Collaboration
Actively listens and communicates -connects easily with her/his team and gains their trust and respect. Works well across all organizational teams. Demonstrates clear and concise information and idea sharing
Critical Guidance and Conflict Management
Has the skills to face conflict and provide critical guidance with empathy and facts. Can deliver difficult feedback with care. Encourages team members to directly share their concerns and helps develop the skills to make it a productive and valued experience. Understands the benefits of conflict and supports colleagues to embrace different perspectives, learn from others, to understand themselves and co-create new ideas.
Take the Work Seriously but Not Yourself.
Strive to do your best but know no one is perfect, you can laugh and learn from your mistakes. You also know when the search perfection will have a negative impact on the women and girls we are trying to serve.