Admin and Finance Officer

REED Nepal

Detailed Job description / requirements:

REED Nepal

Vacancy Announcement

Admin and Finance Officer 
Report to
Finance & Admin Manager
Job Period
1 year (Possibility of Extension)
Job location
REED-Field Office

Key Objectives of Position 

  • Ensure effective and efficient management and coordinate administrative functions of district in compliance with REED Nepal’s financial policy, standard and procedure.
  • Establish effective internal control in the financial management in districts.
  • Facilitate district team in integrated financial planning, budgeting and monitoring in accordance financial guideline of REED Nepal.
  • Ensure standard record keeping and prepare & submit reports to stakeholders on time.
  • Maintain high confidentiality of documents and information and take adequate measures for safety and security of documents, information and other resources.
  • Facilitate administrative functions and provide necessary support to district team for smooth operation.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Prepare, examine, and analyze accounting records, financial statements, and other financial reports to assess accuracy, completeness, and conformance to reporting and procedural standards.
  2. Prepare vouchers and enter in the books of accounts after obtaining proper approvals
  3. Prepare periodic Trail balance, bank reconciliation, income and expenditures, budget and expenses reports for each project.
  4. Prepare monthly and quarterly financial under appropriate donors and activities
  5. Get all payment approved and prepare vouchers compiling supporting documents for auditing,
  6. Prepare advance request, travel authorization and settlement 
  7. Comply with local tax laws,
  8. Analyze business operations, trends, costs, revenues, financial commitments, and obligations, to project future revenues and expenses or to provide advice.
  9. Keep track of Advance payment and clearances 
  10. Facilitate in recruitment, procurement, staff movements and employee database maintenance.
  11. Establish tables of accounts, and assign entries to proper accounts.
  12. Maintain, and analyze budgets, preparing periodic reports that compare budgeted costs to actual costs.
  13. Prepare Monthly Account reconciliations and Quarterly report electronically.
  14. Assist in procurement and developing internal control system.
  15. Maintain keeping inventories of fixed and consumables and physical count,
  16. Assist District coordinator in budgeting and cash flow projection,
  17. Monitor project site for internal audit, maintenance of proper books of accounts and fund management by implementing partners,
  18. Perform other duties as instructed by Supervisors.
Person Specification
Bachelor’s degree in Commerce (Master degree preferred or have passed mid- level exam of professional accounting degrees (CA, ACCA, CIMA, etc.)

Knowledge & Skills

Understand development issues

Basic knowledge and skills in accounting

Good time management and organizational skills

Basic knowledge and skills on research methodology/statistics

Ability to speak and write reports in English

Competent in the use of computer

Sound knowledge of FAMAS/TALLY and other financial software









3-5 years' experience in finance and administration section in I/NGO's / private companies

Work Environment

Should live in district and 60 % field visit is expected.

This role will work directly with District coordinator.

Salary shall be negotiable based on the experiences and potentials, benefits shall include insurance, provident fund after probation, Monthly Field and communication allowances.

Please apply within 15th, January 2020 from the date of publication with CV, copies of Citizenship and other credentials to

Job Overview

Category Finance & Administration
Openings 1
Position Type Contract
Experience 3+ years
Education Graduate (Bachelors)
Posted Date 19 Dec, 2019
Apply Before 15 Jan, 2020
City Other - Specify