Job title: Finance & Administration Officer

Organization name: Public Foundation “OSCE Academy in Bishkek”
Location: Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Closing date of application: April 15, 2017

Position status: Full-time

Duties and responsibilities:

- Ensure financial transactions fulfil all applicable requirements and that they are supported with adequate documents.
- Ensure monthly controls are performed with cash and bank reconciliations.
- Posting financial transactions into the accounting software in an accurate, timely and transparent manner in accordance with applicable rules and regulations.
- Ensure Academy’s compliance to internal financial policies.
- Support the review and development of financial policies.
- Produce expenditure reports.
- Liaise with Administration to ensure project reporting is accurate, appropriate and timely.
- Assist in project budgeting processes.
- Support all internal and external audit processes.
- Manage general office administration duties, keeping excellent administrative and financial records.
- Other duties as requested by the Administration.

Master's degree in the related field; at least two years professional experience in international organizations; knowledge of related local and international legislation; ability to process a large volume of documents within a limited period of time; excellent knowledge of written and spoken English language; excellent knowledge of 1C, Microsoft Word, Excel, etc.; communication skills, punctuality, diligence.

How to apply:
Applications should be made by mailing a motivation letter, curriculum vitae, 2 letters of recommendation and copies of diplomas to info@osce-academy.net. Hard copies are accepted at the following address: Bishkek city, 1 A Botanicheskiy pereulok. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

The OSCE Academy in Bishkek is an equal-opportunity institution. It operates on the principle of non-discrimination. All recruitment decisions are taken on the basis of best qualification of the candidates, with consideration of regional and gender balance.

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