Assistant Grants Officer || Howard Mission Hospital

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Howard Mission Hospital

DUE : 02 NOV 2022

The Salvation Army-Howard Mission Hospital is a registered faith based organization providing clinical and social services to marginalized communities in Mashonaland Central of Zimbabwe. The organization is committed to improve the wellbeing of people through quality health care, child protection and household economic empowerment. A dedicated team of experts with a mix of unique talent help the organization in addressing the community’s connected challenges. Through its USAID/Perpfar funded OVC programme, the organization is currently seeking services of the following key personnel to ensure programme deliverables are met in Mazowe District:

The Assistant Grants Officer will be assist the Finance and Admin Coordinator in running the project funding, ensuring that all financial policies are complied with, and preparation of financial budgets and reports, ensuring prudent use of the activity resources. Specifically working on the following, among other duties:
Assist in formulating activity budgets, monitoring and tracking expenditures in-line with the approved budget(s).
Variance analysis, updating pipeline and communicating burn rate with project officers.
Sensitizing staff members on funding partner regulations and compliance.
Check supporting documents to ensure requests and expenditures are fully acquitted in compliance with the finance and procedures manual.
Assist in payroll processing and ensure timeous submission of statutory deductions.
Process bank reconciliations, assist in asset management and audit preparations.
Assist in planning of administrative day to day duties and supervise subordinate staff.

Degree in accounting or finance, or professional qualification such as ACCA, CIMA, ICSA, SAA or IAC
Familiarity with US Government grant rules and regulations, procurement and auditing standards will be an added advantage.
At least 3 years’ experience similar position with a program supported by PEPFAR/USAID.
Proven understanding of awards management cycle
Good organizational skills and ability to manage a complex workload and deadlines
Highly effective administration skills, including computing, word processing, and data management and visualization
Excellent communication skills (both written and oral)
Strong time management and organization skills, flexibility, excellent interpersonal skills, and ability to work collaboratively on a wide range of issues

Please submit an application letter, a CV not more than 3 pages, and three traceable references (including name, organization, phone number and email address) to with the position title on the subject line. The application deadline is 02 November 2022 close of business.
NB: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.