Senior Treasury Accountant
The Senior Treasury Accountant will form an integral part of the finance team at IPPF/WHR. He/she will support the professional execution of financial standards as laid out for not-for-profit organizations. Reporting to the CFO, the Senior Treasury Accountant will have direct interaction with staff members across the entire organization.
IPPF/WHR is a leader in the international movement to secure sexual and reproductive health care as a human right for all. We work with local Member Associations and partners in 40 countries across the Americas and the Caribbean towards a shared mission: to ensure sexual and reproductive rights for all, including universal access to high-quality health services and comprehensive sexuality education.
We connect our local partners to the global movement for sexual and reproductive rights and ensure their long-term sustainability by providing technical assistance in areas such as program planning, organizational development, and fundraising. Together, we build strong institutions and healthy communities throughout the region.
- Monitor cash balances, anticipate spending needs, and ensure appropriate mix of monies across all accounts.
- Owns administrative duties related to responsibilities including but not limited to: investment statements, bank reconciliations, journal vouchers and bank statements.
- Monitor returned checks and wires.
- Create journal vouchers for entries related to assigned accounts including investments, cash, core grants, and MA receivable & loans.
- Review general ledger accounts and make any necessary corrections.
- Maintain the general ledger chart of accounts
- Monitor investment balances, stock gifts, account transfers and acquisitions.
- Maintain a relationship with the bank and investment managers.
- Prepare and maintain weekly jet report financials for budget holders.
- Perform account analysis and reconciliations for bank accounts and investment accounts.
- Create assigned balance sheet reconciliations.
- Maintain unrestricted net asset schedule
- Distribute monthly financials and hold monthly meetings with unrestricted budget holders.
- Reconcile and approve unrestricted core grants to MA’s.
Perform specific duties assigned by and in assistance of the CFO in preparation for and during;
- The annual fiscal audit, internal audit, project audits, 990 tax return, Board Resolutions, consolidation pack for our central office in London, presentations to board members and annual budget cycle.
- Other job duties as needed
- Job description is subject to change to meet demands of infrastructure building phases and projects specifically related to building a transparent and accountable finance department.
- Bachelor’s degree in finance or accounting.
- A Master’s degree in a qualifying field preferred.
- Programmatic, Restricted grants, Managing and NGO experience preferred.
- Audit experience required.
- Expertise in cash forecasting, Navision, Jet Reports and Investments required.
- Minimum 3 to 4 years advanced excel experience, including VBA and Pivot Tables.
- Spanish Required.
- Strong Technology Skills.
- Ability to execute workload and professional self with high level of confidentiality.
- Professional demeanor.
- Must be able to prioritize workload, anticipate roadblocks, and assess implications of specific deliverables.
- Strong customer service and communication skills.
- Must be able to work during business hours to address vendor and internal customer inquiries, 9:30-5:30.
- Must be able to work overtime, especially during time sensitive periods: month-end, year-end, audit, budgeting.
- Demonstrated ability to meet and exceed quantitative performance metrics.
How to apply: We encourage both external and internal candidates to apply. Please send your resume and cover letter to Sharon Harrison at email@example.com.
Only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
IPPF/WHR is an equal opportunity employer. We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. We encourage applications from all qualified individuals regardless of HIV/AIDS status, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, and disability.