Apply: Plan International Project Accountant

Deadline: 02 April, 2024

Location: Nampula, Mozambique

Plan International is seeking to fill the position of Project Accountant.

Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organisation that advances children’s rights and equality for girls.


  • Manage the project cash flow and prepare cash flow forecasts in accordance with policy
  • Support the emergency responses finance team to ensure that financial resources are optimally used for the benefit of Plan families and their communities
  • Review cash disbursement vouchers
  • Review payment for budget availability and correct coding;
  • Monitor budget versus expenditure for the Project
  • Ensure timely processing and disbursement of payments to suppliers
  • Manage the project bank account in line with provided guidelines and cash management
  • Prepare monthly bank reconciliations related to the project
  • Prepare monthly financial and management reports for the project
  • Ensure adherence to donor’s financial controls, processes, procedures and requirements
  • Conduct annual physical asset verifications of the project
  • Carry out surprise petty cash counts at least once per quarter
  • Management of project finance and the reporting processes


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce or Business Administration, majoring in Accounting
  • Professional qualification in Accountancy (CPA, ACCA) at intermediate or affiliate level
  • Minimum, three years of working experience as an Accountant in a busy organisation and at a responsible supervisory level is essential
  • INGO experience is an added advantage
  • Mastery of the approaches to humanitarian/programme/project logic, trends in own and related fields of work and a range of effective strategies, approaches and practices
  • Advanced understanding of the development needs and their vulnerability of our Primary Impact Groups from birth to adulthood, the root causes of the issues affecting them, and the key actors most relevant to their interests and therefore to our work
  • Advanced knowledge of the rationale and practical implications of being rights-based, gender transformative, participatory, working in partnership; evidence-based and working to strengthen civil society
  • Excellent English and Portuguese oral and written skills required

To apply and for more information, click here.

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