The Program Finance Manager is part of the Global Programs Finance Team and works closely Program Staff, Contracts, Global Human Resources, and Jhpiego's Country offices to ensure accurate financial, contractual and administrative reporting to management teams and agencies external to Jhpiego.
The Program Finance Manager will primarily provide management and oversight of the financial and contractual aspects of supported countries and assigned project areas. This includes proposal support, start-up, implementation and control, monitoring and evaluation, close-out and cross-cutting Global Program Operations (GPO) functions.
The Program Finance Manager ensures financial systems and reports are compatible with standard Jhpiego accounting practices and adhere to donor rules and regulations. Additionally, this position provides capacity building, coaching and mentoring of junior finance staff and local partners by developing learning activities and materials to support capacity building.
Works in tandem with Finance Managers and Project Finance Director to provide overall backstop support to project(s)
Acts as a key partner to supported country offices and provides specialized support, guidance and advice on global financial policies / procedures for projects
Supports budget development integrating key considerations and findings
Conducts pipeline analysis and reporting as needed
Conducts financial forecasting and projections
Adapts and modifies global financial processes and procedures to meet changing regulatory and donor requirements
Assesses potential impacts of proposed changes to processes, procedures and/or policies
Facilitates and implements actions plans to address performance, risk and/or governance issues, as well as enhancements to global financial policies / procedures
Serves as RIF administrator to review and approve RIF replenishment request
Follows up on QBE due diligence report findings to clear within 30 days, ensuring country and program staff understand each finding and its applicable solution
Financial Monitoring & Analysis
Performs key financial analysis including BvA, Burn Rate, resource utilization, etc.
Reviews and reconciles sub-recipients' invoices
Reviews expenditure monitoring reports
Monitors financial expenses of sub-grantees against obligations and established budget, following JHU high-risk sub procedures
Responds to internal and external audit requests
Reviews and approves monthly financial package and ensures the proper checks, balances and reconciliation of balance sheet items
Ensures compliance and tracking of tax and statutory requirements (e.g., audit, government filings, VAT, payroll tax, import, other)
Monitors and manages all SAP related activities as required
Performs financial non-payroll transfers and accounting reconciliations in SAP
Maintains a schedule of routine and ad hoc reports
Conducts complex analyses on reports, summarizing and providing key information to donors as needed
Completes recurring invoices according to funder and organizational requirements
Capacity Building & Training
Leads finance-specific tasks, including the development of training and orientation materials for in-country finance and non-finance staff on financial related matters
Builds financial management capacity of country finance staff and local partners through onsite and virtual coaching while providing feedback on budgets, financial monitoring, expense reports, invoicing, etc.
Provides input to proposal budget development costs by leveraging findings from analyses on new and existing country implementation costs
Develops work plan budget narratives with necessary inputs from programs, technical and country teams
Reviews NPD budgets and budget notes to ensure accuracy and adequate staffing structure to adhere to internal controls
Reviews and comments on new award documentation before signing for feasibility from a financial perspective
Participates in NPD handover meetings, reviewing new awards and highlighting items for project and in-country staff
Reviews start-up plans and develops budgets, providing both HQ and in-country support
Prepares final financial reports accurately and on time
Leads monthly financial review meetings
Participates in project close out meetings and lead financial activities for close-out
Conducts all close out activities assigned
Travels to assist country teams with annual work planning and project/office close-out
Reviews and comments on annual country operating budget
Monitors country operating expenses against budget
Oversees regular review of country fringe rates, office leases, other liability accounts
Special Skills and Knowledge
Extensive financial or cost management experience >$10M/year
Intermediate knowledge of US GAAP, IFRS, FAR, and 2CFR200: Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards
In depth knowledge of USG donor agency regulations (i.e. USAID, CDC, DOD) and other donor agencies (UN, Global Fund, Private Foundations)
Knowledge of cost accounting methods and practices applicable to management of private and federal monies
Sub-contract and sub-agreement financial management experience
Experience developing finance and accounting policies, procedures and systems
Demonstrates a leadership and management style that works in cooperation with others who represent a wide range of interests and needs
Experience with international, non-profit organizations, as well as a multi-office, multi-national environment
Intermediate Knowledge of international taxation, banking, regulatory and reporting environment
Understanding of the difference between contracts and cooperative agreements and their relevant terms and conditions
In depth knowledge financial software applications, databases, spreadsheets, and/or word processing required.
Excellent general management skills particularly in facilitation, team building and coordination
Effective communicator with ability to communicate organizations direction and ability to motivate others with strong, honest leadership
Strong problem solving skills
Comfortable with a team approach to management and the ability to manage several major activities simultaneously
Aware of and sensitive to working in multiple socio-economic settings and with multi-cultural groups in a developing country environment
Ability to travel internationally, particularly to low-resource settings, to provide training, audit support, etc.
Field experience especially in developing countries
Advanced Excel skills required
Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting, Business or related field
Five years related finanical/accounting and financial management experience, e.g.,planning,directing,monitoring,organizing, and controlling themonetary resources of a department, center, or unit
Additional education(master's in a related field) may substitute for required experience and adiitional related experience may substitute for required education, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula
Classified Title: Financial Manager Working Title: Program Finance Manager Role/Level/Range: ATP/04/PE Starting Salary Range: $78,814 - $94,577 (Commensurate with Experience) Employee group: Full Time Schedule: M-F, 8:30am - 5:00 pm Exempt Status: Exempt Location: Jhpiego Department name: 60000103-Global Progrm Finance GPF Personnel area: Academic and Business Centers
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