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Project Accountant

Application Closing Date - 22 Sep 2019

Job Start Date - As soon as possible

Duration - 2 years, with the possibility of extension

Location - Berlin, Germany

Transparency International (TI) is the global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption. In collaboration with more than 100 chapters worldwide and an international secretariat in Berlin, Germany, TI raises awareness of the damaging effects of corruption and works with partners in government, business and civil society to develop and implement effective measures to tackle it.

Project Accountants work closely with project managers and partners (particularly TI National Chapters) to support the effective financial management of the many projects we run. This includes working with a diverse range of donors and fulfilling differing donor requirements, while also assisting TI National Chapters in developing efficient project financial management systems. The Project Accountant role therefore offers an exciting and challenging opportunity to learn and master all aspects of project financial management.

Main function: The Project Accountant is responsible for the day-to-day financial control within assigned projects, and provides financial management support to project staff. The Project Accountant coordinates the reporting of financial information for regular reporting of assigned projects to project stakeholders.

Starting date: as soon as possible

Duration: 2 years, with the possibility of extension

Location: TI-Secretariat (TI-S), Berlin/Germany

Team: Project Accounting / Finance

Responsibilities:

Knowledge, experience and skills:

To apply:

Qualified candidates should submit, preferably via email, a cover letter (mentioning the source of the application) and CV in English (in one pdf-file) to:

ProjectAccountantJob@transparency.org

Closing date for applications is 22 September 2019.

Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted and that due to the high volume of applications it is unfortunately not possible to provide individual feedback.

To learn more about Transparency International, visit our website at www.transparency.org

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