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Finance Coordinator


An exciting opportunity to be involved in Save the Children’s work in Cambodia working in partnership with the Government, NGOs and community members. Save the Children is looking for a qualified and motivated candidate to fill in the position of Finance Coordinator based in Phnom Penh with occasional travel to the field.

The Purpose of the Role
The Finance Coordinator is responsible for supervising the finance officers to control the expenses made by project/partner, ensuring expenditures properly adhere to SCI and donor management account codes and assist budget holders in ensuring expenditures are within approved budget, taking in to consideration allowed levels of budget flexibility.

Qualifications
. Bachelor degree in a related field from an accredited University
. Minimum 5 years of relevant work experience in a senior position with sound management and leadership
. Sound understanding of and experience in working with partners, both NGO and Government

How to apply
A detailed job description is available from our website or at the address below. Please submit a CV and cover letter by email or post to the Human Resources Team at Save the Children no later than 27 September 2013.

Save the Children is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified and called for interviews. Application and CVs will not be returned.

Save the Children: P.O. Box 34, Villa 5, Street 242, Sangkat Chaktomouk, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Phone: (855) 12 777 482, (855) 23 223 403/4/5/6, CCC Box 59,
Email: jobs.cambodia@savethechildren.org. www.savethechildrencambodia.org


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