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Job Opening for an Accounts Officer

Onelife Initiative for Human Development is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation with head office in Ibadan, Oyo State Nigeria. We work with and for young people in the areas of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, Governance and Policy and Enterprise and Employability Development. We seek to recruit a committed accountant to join our team on the Admin and Finance desk as an Account Officer. Qualified candidates should have 1-2 years professional experience. Previous accounting work experience with a non-governmental organisation is an added advantage. The choice candidate should preferably have good working knowledge of Quickbook Accounting Software and can demonstrate same however, he/she will have minimal supervision by the lead accountant. We encourage young people who are females to apply.
Our Ideal Candidate should have:
  1. A first degree in accounting
  2. Candidate should have 1-2 years of professional experience.
  3. Previous accounting work experience with a non-governmental organisation is an added advantage.
  4. Good working knowledge of QuickBooks Accounting Software and Excel.
  5. Strong organisational and critical reasoning skills.
  6. Because we work with young people, candidates should be within the age bracket  21-35 years.

Description of Roles and Responsibilities
The successful candidate will work, train and be trained to oversee account-related activities across projects and project sites. Other roles include:
·        Timely preparation of all internal and external financial reports including internal and external financial retirements
·        Ensure that internal financial reports are generated accurately and disseminated in a timely manner.
·        Ensure that all internal accounting controls are maintained and updated at a global best standard level.
·        Ensure that the organisation’s financial system runs properly in order to process financial information and generate accurate reports.
·        Ensure all programmes staff comply with organisational financial policies, procedures set out in the Account and Finance Manual, and any additional donor compliance requirements.
·        Work directly with Programmes Staff and Executive Director on projects and general budgeting.
·        Be responsible for all aspects of cash management including — Monitoring accounts receivables, processing of staff payroll, and collection of debt and managing pre-payments.
·        Coach, appraise and supervise interns designated to the officer.

How to apply:
Kindly click on this link  to apply.
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Application closes by 5pm on 15th of November, 2022.

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