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ELIGIBLE OFFERORS:“Cooperating Country National” shall mean the individual engaged to serve in the Cooperating Country under this contract.

“Cooperating Country” shall mean the foreign country in or for which services are to be rendered hereunder.

Opening date: September 21, 2022

Closing date: October 20, 2022

USAID/Uganda is seeking for qualified individuals to fill the Supervisory Financial Analyst position.

The Supervisory Financial Analyst (SFA) is responsible for managing, supervising, guiding, and mentoring a team of seven Financial Analysts (FAs) in the Office of Financial Management (OFM), USAID/Uganda. In addition, the SFA provides leadership and long-term strategic planning to facilitate the work of FAs in providing a full range of financial management and advisory services in support of USAID/Uganda technical teams; including; reviews of financial terms and conditions on project agreements, contracts, grant agreements and other instruments for compliance with applicable rules, regulations, and procedures relating to accounting and fund controls; participating as key members of the technical teams throughout the Program Cycle in activities such as periodic portfolio and/or project implementation reviews, procurement planning exercises. The SFA supports the implementation of key USAID initiatives like promoting the Administrator’s goal of supporting Uganda’s and local non-governmental partners in the localization agenda. The SFA oversees the performance of various types of audits, financial reviews, pre-award surveys, close out reviews, special assessments as requested, public financial management risk assessments, capacity building activities, etc. The SFA is also responsible for ensuring compliance with USAID audit requirements for all contracts, grants, and cooperative agreements; supervises the preparation and execution of the annual audit management plan and all internal financial reporting and monitoring requirements. Finally, the SFA manages the annual review of the Mission’s internal control systems as required by the Federal Managers’ Financial Integrity Act (FMFIA); and participates in the assessment of partner country public financial management and procurement systems.

The SFA reports to the Deputy Controller and acts as a backup to the Chief Accountant (Deputy to the Controller).

  1. EDUCATION

–Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or related field is required.

–In addition, a professional certification, (e.g., CPA or ACCA) is required.

  1. PRIOR WORK EXPERIENCE

A minimum five (5) years post CPA/ACCA progressive experience in professional financial analysis, accounting or auditing firm is required. Experience leading teams, either formally or informally, is required.

The detailed solicitation document Number: 72061722R10032 which provides the full position description, selection criteria, and specific instructions on how to submit an offer is found via the link or send an email to EXO and HR Specialist at: [email protected]

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0 USD Kampala CF 3201 Abc road Fixed Term , 40 hours per week United States Agency For International Development (USAID)

ELIGIBLE OFFERORS:“Cooperating Country National” shall mean the individual engaged to serve in the Cooperating Country under this contract.

“Cooperating Country” shall mean the foreign country in or for which services are to be rendered hereunder.

Opening date: September 21, 2022

Closing date: October 20, 2022

USAID/Uganda is seeking for qualified individuals to fill the Supervisory Financial Analyst position.

The Supervisory Financial Analyst (SFA) is responsible for managing, supervising, guiding, and mentoring a team of seven Financial Analysts (FAs) in the Office of Financial Management (OFM), USAID/Uganda. In addition, the SFA provides leadership and long-term strategic planning to facilitate the work of FAs in providing a full range of financial management and advisory services in support of USAID/Uganda technical teams; including; reviews of financial terms and conditions on project agreements, contracts, grant agreements and other instruments for compliance with applicable rules, regulations, and procedures relating to accounting and fund controls; participating as key members of the technical teams throughout the Program Cycle in activities such as periodic portfolio and/or project implementation reviews, procurement planning exercises. The SFA supports the implementation of key USAID initiatives like promoting the Administrator’s goal of supporting Uganda’s and local non-governmental partners in the localization agenda. The SFA oversees the performance of various types of audits, financial reviews, pre-award surveys, close out reviews, special assessments as requested, public financial management risk assessments, capacity building activities, etc. The SFA is also responsible for ensuring compliance with USAID audit requirements for all contracts, grants, and cooperative agreements; supervises the preparation and execution of the annual audit management plan and all internal financial reporting and monitoring requirements. Finally, the SFA manages the annual review of the Mission’s internal control systems as required by the Federal Managers’ Financial Integrity Act (FMFIA); and participates in the assessment of partner country public financial management and procurement systems.

The SFA reports to the Deputy Controller and acts as a backup to the Chief Accountant (Deputy to the Controller).

  1. EDUCATION

--Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or related field is required.

--In addition, a professional certification, (e.g., CPA or ACCA) is required.

  1. PRIOR WORK EXPERIENCE

A minimum five (5) years post CPA/ACCA progressive experience in professional financial analysis, accounting or auditing firm is required. Experience leading teams, either formally or informally, is required.

The detailed solicitation document Number: 72061722R10032 which provides the full position description, selection criteria, and specific instructions on how to submit an offer is found via the link or send an email to EXO and HR Specialist at: [email protected]

2022-10-21

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