Financial Assistant



Record all financial transactions accurately, completely and in a timely manner in line with the Chart of Accounts through the accounting system
Processing & paying supplier invoices in an accurate and timely manner.
Ensuring that proper authorization procedures are followed before payments are made
Perform monthly bank reconciliations on or before the stipulated deadline
Ensure sound financial management and compliance of assigned grants/projects and office operational activities to include:
Monitoring of project budgets and expenses
Preparation of vouchers, cheques, and EFT payments and processing of payments
Invoicing/tracking of accounts receivable and cash receipts;
Maintain, Record and Reconcile petty cash account
Liquidation of employee receivables in line with manual records/expense forms from staff
Preparation of bank reconciliations, filing of all accounting vouchers and documents
Ensure all financial assets are adequately recorded, safeguarded and all financial documents are securely filed
Ensure availability of accurate, complete and timely financial information for decision making purposes by senior management
Record, count and update the Asset and Inventory Register regularly
Payroll support by filing of statutory returns and payment of other payroll deductions to the relevant bodies in an accurate and timely manner
Undertake Banking duties as and when required
Support the project and institutional audit process as may be required
Assist in undertaking M&E Activities for projects
Participate in other program implementation activities and miscellaneous finance duties as required and assigned by the Senior Finance and Administration Manager.



Minimum Degree in related Business Field and CPA II or equivalent.
Minimum of at least two (2) years of accounting experience in a similar capacity working with an international NGO on donor funded project
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Well-developed interpersonal skills.
Strong work ethic, ability and willingness to work independently.
Possess a high degree of integrity, and a strong commitment to EPN’s mission
Able to work in team settings and willingness to learn.
Skills in Project management, Budgeting, Finance Management, Reporting, Project monitoring and evaluation (M&E)
Hands on experience with Microsoft Office, (Word, Excel and PowerPoint); working knowledge of Quick-books will be an added advantage.


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Interested candidates who meet the requirements should apply by submitting one PDF document as an attachment (combining the application letter and curriculum vitae with three professional referees) . The deadline for receiving application is 31st January 2023.

About Ecumenical Pharmaceutical Network (EPN)

Ecumenical Pharmaceutical Network (EPN) is a Christian, not for profit, independent NGO committed to the provision of quality pharmaceutical services as a means to achieving global goals and targets on health and access to medicines. EPN is a worldwide network of associations, institutions, and individuals who have an interest or are involved in the delivery of just and compassionate quality pharmaceutical services.