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Seeking for Project Accountant
USAID Supporting Forests and Biodiversity (SFB) Project

Winrock International is seeking for a qualified Project Accountant to join the USAID-funded ‘Supporting Forests and Biodiversity Project’ (SFB) in Cambodia. The position is based in Mondulkiri Province (Eastern Plain Landscape).

Winrock International is a non-profit organization that works with people in the United States and around the world to empower the disadvantaged, increase economic opportunity, and sustain natural resources. By linking local individuals and communities with new ideas and technology, Winrock is increasing long-term productivity, equity, and responsible resource management to benefit the poor and disadvantaged of the world.

The project accountant will be responsible performing daily financial transactions of project funds and administrative transactions, including expense reporting and tracking in Mondulkiri Province. Other specific responsibilities referring to Scope of work.

• At least a Bachelor’s degree or advanced graduate degree in Finance, Accounting, or a related field of study
• At least five (5) or more years of accounting experience with a strong knowledge of USAID and USG rules and regulations governing assistance projects, and of local tax laws. And the position requires proficiency in accounting software.

If you meet the qualifications listed above and are interested in joining our team please send us your 1) Detailed CV, 2) Position and Salary History, and 3) Three Professional References, to Supporting Forests and Biodiversity, Building F, Room 588, Phnom Penh Center, Phnom Penh, or email to, no later than June 30, 2014. For more detailed scope of work, call the office at 023 220 714.
The SFB Project is an equal opportunity employer; women are encouraged to apply.

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