Vacancy: Finance Officer
The Pacific Centre for Peacebuilding (PCP) works with peacebuilders in the Pacific to transform, reduce and prevent conflict. Our vision is to create a just, peaceful, sustainable Pacific. We work to actively promote gender justice through inclusive decision-making, empowerment and participation. PCP has been operational for the last 9 years.
PCP is seeking an experienced Finance Officer to manage a small and dedicated team of professionals.
The person we seek should have:
 Experience of working in and/or understanding the operations of “Not for Profit” organizations;
 Ability to work with limited supervision;
 Prepare Weekly Financial reports to PCP Program Manager;
 Understanding and experience of using the MYOB accounting package;
 Experience and knowledge in the preparation of statutory payments; preparation of budgets;
 Management of monthly Profit & Loss, Income and Expenditure, Bank Reconciliation & Cash Flow;
 Managing the payroll of the organization; and 
 Liaising with financial institutions and donors with regard to PCP’s financial affairs;
The Finance Officer should have sound knowledge of working in a “Not for Profit Organization” environment, especially project management and administration practices and be experienced in continuously improving finance and administrative systems. The Finance Officer’s excellent written and verbal communication skills, flexible adaptable approach, high attention to detail, and capacity to meet deadlines will underpin his/her success in delivering quality outcomes. Computer competency is essential to produce professional and high quality documentation and presentations. The Finance Officer must also have the ability to meet deadlines in a changing environment. Previous experience with MYOB, as well as Microsoft Office is essential. The Finance Officer will report directly with the Program Manager.
Salary and Benefits:
An attractive salary package will be offered to the successful candidate commensurate with the level of responsibilities, experience and qualifications.
Applications with a resume and the names of 3 referees should be sent to the following address:
Pacific Centre for Peacebuilding
G.P.O. Box 18167
Or email PCP’s Program Manager:
For a full job description of this position, please call Uate Tamanikaiyaroi on 3310 209/ 7776229
Applications close at 4pm on 25 November 2017.


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