Deadline: 06 August, 2021

Location: Bukavu, Democratic Republic of the Congo

World Vision International (WVI) is seeking to fill the role of Senior Supply Chain Manager.

The mission of World Vision International includes working with the poor and people who are oppressed as it promotes human transformation.


  • Assist DcoP to ensure project planning and budgeting work schedule meet the requirements/deadlines by the national office and other relevant stakeholders
  • Support programme/project team to ensure programme/project budget are clear and align with project goals and outcomes by giving due consideration to WVI finance policies and donor regulations
  • Assist DcoP for budget-related communication with relevant stakeholders
  • Determine cash requirements of the programme/project and assist DcoP for funding request to national office
  • Participate in financial capacity assessment of the potential partners and partner selection process, and assist the partners’ project planning and budgeting
  • Take part in the development of agreements with the partners, and consolidate partners’ budget to WV project budget
  • Prepare and process bank deposits/withdrawals and petty cash payments
  • Prepare vouchers and process invoices for payment
  • Upload daily and monthly transaction to sun6
  • Ensure timeliness, completeness and accuracy in all accounting documents
  • Produce financial reports including logframe financial report in response to FFM, local government and donor regulations
  • Assist programme/project team in preparing budget versus actual variance explanations report
  • Identify key donor requirements and communicate to programme/project team
  • Review the reconciliation of MyPBAS to FFR monthly with action plan for addressing outstanding items
  • Provide regular analysis of grant financial reports
  • Assist in setting up proper internal control system in programme/project team
  • Promote and practice transparency and integrity for good stewardship of resources
  • Communicate to appropriate people risk observed in the programme implementation
  • Assist team leader to take corrective actions/measures on audit recommendations and regularly monitor progress in partnership with national office and partner finance departments


  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Finance or Accountancy
  • Solid knowledge of accounting principles, financial systems, budget/cashflow monitoring and internal accounting control
  • Five years, minimum, of work experience in finance, specifically relate to U.S. government grant financial management
  • Knowledge of and experience with other government grant regulations and financial reporting requirements preferred
  • Staff capacity building
  • Assess staff financial training needs and deploy a capacity building plan

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