We are looking for a Finance Manager to join the Project STOP and other Ocean Plastic initiatives team to ensure we are compliant with our funders and running the project efficiently and effectively.
The role will require a high level of personal drive, project management skills, English competency and advanced problem-solving abilities. Ideally your background includes working with grant money, procurement and managing contract requirements. You would be keen to work in a small company where you can play a shaping role and make an impact.
In return, we offer a unique opportunity to work with international and local experts and lead a front-line initiative that can deliver breakthrough results for marine plastic prevention, circular waste management, public health and livelihood benefits in Indonesia and the wider region. You will also be part of a high-caliber, driven but friendly and fun team.
- Hands on day-to-day management of the Project STOP and other Ocean Plastic initiatives Finance function
- Grant management for Project STOP funders
- Ensure delivery of financial reporting to Project STOP funders on a quarterly, bi-annually and annual basis
- Managing collection and processing of monthly KPIs from each STOP team
- Managing the audit process
- Managing procurement and payments process
- Managing Petty Cash reimbursement for each location
- Preparing budgets
- The constant drive to improve and automate the Project STOP Finance function and internal control procedures in line with procurement rules and SYSTEMIQ’s policies
SYSTEMIQ is looking for individuals with a strong record of excellence and achievement. You have proven that in different contexts and are keen to work in a young, entrepreneurial company where you can get involved in a variety of work, shape the business and make maximum impact. You are passionate about SYSTEMIQ’s mission and approach to system change. Specifically, you have:
- Minimum 5 years of experience in Managing the financial operation of development-related implementation projects in Indonesia funded by public funds, grants and the private sector
- Extensive experience in developing and implementing operational guidelines/Standard operating Procedure (SoP) including payment, procurement, travel policies etc
- Extensive experience in developing budget and providing monthly or regular update on actual vs budget for different projects
- Experience in managing audit of implementation projects
- Good understanding of tax
- Finance and Accounting background (preferred)
- Ability to communicate fluently in both written and spoken English and Bahasa Indonesian
Willingness to travel regularly to Jakarta and other STOP sites (Muncar, Pasuruan and Jembrana)
- Must align with SYSTEMIQ values (creativity, challenge, collaborate, change and care) and be able to demonstrate how they have lived these values in a professional setting.
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