Posted on :
9 Dec, 2019
9 Dec, 2019
Purpose: How does this post support Plan International’s strategy and mission?
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Plan International Ghana is looking for a Project Accountant to coordinate and manage finances of a project titled ‘Pathways for Sustainable Employment’ (PASEWAY). The project is funded by German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). The project will be implemented in collaboration with local authorities and TVET training institutions to provide innovative and job readiness skills necessary to create employment opportunities for 10,000 youth (15-35 years). The project will target Greater Accra, Ashanti and Northern regions of Ghana. The project has a duration of three (3) years (2019-2022) and a budget of over $3 million EUR.
Job Title: Project Accountant
Dimensions of Role:
Financial measures or statistics relevant to post such as budget; list of direct and indirect reports
Typical Responsibilities – Key End Results of Position:
‘What’ is done and ‘why’, but not ‘how’; include indicators for success
Please state why each activity is done and the indicators for success
Prepares financial and other reports to aid the preparation of the overall Pathways for Sustainable Employment’ (PASEWAY) project financial reports for dissemination and decision making. To do this, the position holder:
Budget preparation and Budgetary Control Support for the effective implementation of the PASEWAY project financial plan. To do this, the position holder will: