All NRC employees are expected to work in accordance with the organisation’s core values: dedication, innovation, inclusivity and accountability. These attitudes and believes shall guide our actions and relationships.
Role and responsibilities
The Finance Assistant is responsible for assisting in the day-to-day implementation of financial procedures in Lebanon by ensuring adherence to NRC’s policies and donor requirements.
- Comply with Financial Handbook and other NRC policies
Specific responsibilitiesUtilize the use of the NRC Agresso Accounting System and ensure daily bookkeeping. Manage the office petty cash and ensure its accuracy and sufficiency on a daily basis. Assist the Finance Officer in the monthly accounting closing process, ensuring accuracy and completeness of the ledger and all supporting documents. Support the Finance Officer in the preparation of the monthly financial report Provide scanned copies of payments related to other countries. Work closely with Logistics on Purchase Requests and Purchase Orders and follow up accordingly Liaise with other NRC departments to issue due payments Ensure that all payment requests comply with donor requirements Monitor bank accounts to ensure the availability of sufficient balances Ensure that all transactions are properly authorized and fully documented. Prepare payments for beneficiaries and vendors; in accordance with NRC’s financial procedures
Critical interfacesField Finance teams Support departments Auditors (Internal and External)
1. Professional competenciesBachelor's degree in Business Administration/Finance 1 year of relevant NGO/Commercial work experience Experience in working on accounting/auditing in a humanitarian context Proficiency in MS Office applications Proficiency in English both spoken and written
2. Behavioural competenciesPlanning and delivering results Working with People Analyzing Communicating with Impact and respect Coping with change Handling insecure environments