Finance Manager, Admin and HR Manager Job in DAI 5607 views5 applications

Nepal Program for Aquatic Natural Resources Improvement (PANI)

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DAI is a 5- year, $25 million USAID-funded Program for Aquatic Natural Resources Improvement (PANI). DAI seeks for the following positions:

1. FINANCE MANAGER (Kathmandu)

The Finance Manager will provide overall management of the finances of the project. This position will supervise all staff activities related to project finance, tracking, and payments including but not limited to overseeing monthly expenses reporting, all financial reporting to the Nepalese Government Authorities and payroll processing. Candidates must have Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or equivalent with relevant 5-8 years of experience in donor project financial managementand working on USAID contract in a related role is highly preferable.

2. ADMINISTRATION & HR MANAGER (Kathmandu)

The Administration and HR Manager will provide overall management of the office administration and human resources (HR) of the project. This position will supervise all staff activities related to human resources, administration, and facilities management including but not limited to recruitment and on-boarding of staff, ensure compliance with local labor law, training of staff, managing relationships with landlord and other office vendors, and overseeing proper maintenance of inventory. Candidates must have Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Human Resources, or equivalent with 5-8 yearsof demonstrated experience in office administration and HR or related role and relevant experience working on USAID contract in a related role is highly preferable.

Detailed scopes of work available upon request.

Please email PANI_recruitment@dai.com to applynoting the positionin the subject line by January 20, 2016. 

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