Deadline: 8 March 2021
Asian Development Bank (ADB) is currently seeking applications from eligible applicants for the post of Senior Financial Control Officer in Manila, Philippines. The duration of this project is 3 years.
The ADB aims for an Asia and Pacific free from poverty.
Key Job Responsibilities
The Senior Financial Control Officer will perform the following functions:
- Monitors all accounts subject to reconciliation, ensuring all statements/reports are received and reconciled; prepares and verifies, as appropriate, reconciliation reports for review by supervising staff including analysis of reconciling items; compiles, analyzes and reviews financial and accounting data as a basis for the preparation of reports; critically reviews the accuracy, consistency and propriety of supporting documentation for all accounting transactions in compliance with accounting practices, established procedures and guidelines.
- Reviews and analyzes data, transactions and reports for accuracy, consistency and compliance with policies and established procedures; prepares financial statements, accounting and other reports as required; supervises preparation and consolidation of accounting and other reports, as necessary; reviews draft and compiles all relevant schedules and statistics; ensures financial reports are in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
- Reviews, analyzes and identifies system requirements for effective and efficient operation; monitors accuracy and reliability of systems; proposes necessary enhancements and changes to the systems and interfaces in order to satisfy requirements of various products.
- Coordinates effectively with internal and external clients, and provides required information in accordance with established procedures, in a tactful manner.
- Plans, organizes, supervises, and reviews work of subordinate staff in controlling, processing and recording data; prepares billings/notification/reports and completes work timely and in conformity with policies, practices and procedures. Provides technical and procedural guidelines to subordinate staff.
- Performs activities in support of ADB’s Organizational Resilience
- Performs any other assignments as required by the supervisors in meeting the work program for the division.
Applicant must have:
- Bachelor’s degree in accounting, business administration, commerce or finance with Certified Public Accountant (CPA) designation; preferably with advanced training.
- At least 8 years of relevant work experience; and at least 4 years of supervisory experience.
- Proficient understanding of accounting and administrative practices for various types of non-sovereign loans, guarantees, debt securities, equity investments, and relevant policies, procedures, guidelines and reporting requirements of multilateral organizations.
- In-depth knowledge of workflows among various internal and external stakeholders in administering non-sovereign products.
- Proficient with computer software used for non-sovereign products.
- In-depth knowledge of ADB’s accounting system and its interfaces with other ADB systems upstream and downstream.
- Analytical, systematic, with strong numerical ability and attention to details.
- Proficient understanding of general accounting concepts and principles, and the application thereof.
- Ability to plan and coordinate schedules in order to meet deadlines.
- Proven supervisory and interpersonal skills with ability to provide feedback to subordinates.
- Excellent oral and written skills in English.
How to Apply
Applicants must submit their applications through online process.
For more information, visit ADB.