INTERN – PRESTON ASSOCIATES

Full time @Preston Associates in Others
  • Nigeria, Mahathir Mohammed Street, Asokoro 900231, Abuja View on Map
  • Post Date : November 23, 2021
  • Apply Before : January 7, 2022
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Job Detail

  • Career Level Intern
  • Experience 2 Years
  • Qualifications First Degree Bachelor

Job Description

Job Description

  • Process all approved payments in line with standard practices with appropriate supporting documents
  • Provide administrative and technical support to Admin and Programs teams to ensure that all advances are retired in line with approved guidelines
  • Support the Finance officer in processing funds disbursement.
  • Ensure all transactions are posted into the QUICKBOOKS accounting system
  • Filing of retired payment vouchers with supporting documents.
  • Uploading of all approved funds to various accounts through the Organization’s various online banking platform.
  • Assist the Finance officer in ensuring Donor reporting is completed, analyzed and shared with the Finance Manager.
  • Ensuring compliance with all donor procedures.
  • Tracking and reporting on financial aspects of grants
  • Carry out banking transaction and recording of daily lodgment and withdrawals
  • Monitor the expenditures and report to the Finance officer to ensure that program funds are utilized appropriately
  • Efficiently manage office petty cash
  • Liaise with different budget holders to ensure budget control
  • Assisting in monitoring procurement procedures and expenses
  • Assist the Finance Officer to Receive and process vendor invoices and internal cheque requests. Maintain open files for purchase orders, pack/receive slips and match to invoices. Verify invoices for quantity, unit pricing, extensions, and applicable discounts. Obtain approval from appropriate personnel for payment of miscellaneous invoices.
  • Assist the Finance officer to Administer payroll – Take responsibility for review and preparation of payroll records and processing of payroll checks and reports. Comply with all statutory deductions and remittances to appropriate authorities. Prepare payment advice/ pay slips for all employees and respond to questions and queries. Administer any incentive-based bonuses or commissions in accordance with laid down guidelines.
  • Audit – liaise with external and donor auditors in providing field information.
  • Perform other Administrative duties from time to time including but not limited to supervising operational and human resources functions and performing other duties as requested by your supervisor /CEO

Requirements

  • BSc. in Accounting
  • Class of Degree- Second Class, upper division
  • Minimum of 2 years working experience

Skills:

  • Strong written and oral communication
  • Organization and attention to detail
  • Analytical and problem solving skills
  • Time management
  • Systems analysis
  • Mathematical and deductive reasoning
  • Critical thinking
  • Active learning
  • Clerical knowledge
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite

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