Finance Manager


    • Formulate and implement the Department’s work program, including the design of the organizational structure adequate to achieving its goals and objectives; provide the general direction, define performance plans, and implement measures for staff engagement.
    • Administer the Foundation’s management reporting and accounting systems and maintain a documented system of policies and procedures that are relevant with the times.
    • Regularly review the system’s effectiveness and, where necessary, recommend improvements thereon.
    • Oversee the accounting operations including their control systems (timely reconciliations) and reliable transaction processing operations (accurate billing and timely collections, complete payables and efficient disbursements, accurate payroll, and timely remittances).
    • Analyze and interpret the Foundation’s results of operations and financial position; provide timely, accurate and complete monthly and year-end financial highlights for use of the CFO in Board and Executive Committee meetings
    • Represent the Foundation in financial and tax matters to ensure overall compliance with financial management and reporting requirements of donors, government agencies, and other clientele.
    • Coordinate with the auditor/s in the external audit of the institutional and program accounts of the Foundation for timely completion of audit and disposition of findings.
    • Comply with local and national tax reporting requirements and tax filings
    • Provide assistance to the CFO in internal financial reviews for the formulation of budgeting framework, parameters, guidelines, and policies; recommend benchmarks against which to measure the performance of the Foundation; calculate and issue relevant financial and operating metrics.
    • Manage the production of the annual budget; prepare, analyze, monitor, and endorse the Foundation’s units and master/-consolidated budget; monitor budget variances and report significant issues to management.
    • Recommend to the CFO the hiring, training, promotion, transfers or separation of Finance staff, in coordination with HRD and plan for the unit’s staff development program.
    • Act as Resource Person/trainor/consultant to the company and its clients in his/her area of specialization.
    • Perform other duties that may be assigned by the CFO from time to time.



    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, preferably a Certified Public Accountant and/or Certified Management Accountant.
    • At least 8 years of experience in Finance and at least 3 years in a supervisory or managerial capacity; similar industry experience is not required but nice to have.
    • Exposure with ERP systems and skilled in Excel and spreadsheets.
    • Aanalytical ability in project financial appraisal and evaluation.

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