Проект «Зміцнення громадської довіри» оголошує конкурс на заміщення вакантної посади фінансового та адміністративного директора. Дедлайн - 19 липня 2017 р. (далі - англ.).
Chemonics International, an international development consulting firm, seeks a Finance and Administration Director for a USAID/Office of Transition Initiatives (OTI)-funded Ukraine Confidence Building Initiative II (UCBI II). The position will be based in Kyiv, Ukraine.
The new program will complement ongoing USAID efforts to create a prosperous and stable Ukraine. The program will provide fast, flexible, short-term assistance to Ukrainian partners in support of a successful, peaceful democratic transition and in promotion of community cohesion in the wake of the conflict in the East.
The program’s overarching objectives are to:
- Increase citizen support for and participation in the development of a modern, inclusive Ukrainian identity, and
- Increase citizen confidence and engagement in the reform process at the local level.
The majority of UCBI II assistance is delivered as grants to local partners, including goods, services, and technical support. UCBI works closely with a range of partners, including national and local civilian government entities, civil society organizations, and community leaders to ensure that activities respond to local priorities and address underlying tensions. The UCBI East offices in Kramatorsk and Mariupol focus on the liberated areas of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts. Chemonics International is USAID's implementing partner for the UCBI II program.
Responsibilities for this position include:
- Responsible for all operations including, but not limited to, administration, logistics, operational procurement, budgeting, financial, and property.
- Assists the program team to ensure that program implementation is in accordance with USAID regulations and procedures and the specifications determined in the project SO. This will include monitoring and spot-checking compliance with USAID regulations and Chemonics policies related to grants management and procurement, and overseeing financial management.
- S/he will assure that the most reasonable, fair, expeditious, and appropriate procurement choices were made pursuant to the Chemonics Procurement Guide.
- S/he will oversee the Contractor’s day-to-day field presence in the areas of operations (including the project's facilities such as office space, equipment), administration, logistics, procurement, budgeting and financial accounting.
- S/he will supervise the daily financial operations of the contract, which include cash flow management, time sheet recording, reporting to USAID/OTI on the financial aspects of the project, and daily monitoring of obligations, budgets, and expenditures.
- S/he will handle all human resource issues, coordination with GDIP on HR related issues;
- S/he will liaison with Ukrainian government authorities and USAID on issues related to Project registration, accreditation, visas and permits for international staff and consultants.
- S/he will serve as Security Focal Point and ensure Program compliance with security plan and protocol;
- S/he will also ensure continuous liquidity for the project; supervise the finance and operations teams; and investigate and identify new ways of achieving project efficiencies;
- Serve as acting Deputy Chief of Party when necessary.
Send electronic submissions to [email protected] by July 19, 2017. Please insert the position you are applying for (“Finance and Administration Director”) in the subject line and include your CV and a cover letter/statement of interest explaining interest in and qualifications for the job. No telephone inquiries, please. Candidates will be considered on a rolling basis and only finalists will be contacted. For more information, please visit www.chemonics.com.
“Chemonics is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, or other non-merit factors.