Job Opportunity at Centre for Water Sanitation and Hygiene

Job Opportunity at the Centre for Water Sanitation and Hygiene. C-WASH/NETCOWAS urgently needs a Finance Specialist in the field for an anticipated Community-Based Piped Water Supply Financing Pilot Project. This project falls under the umbrella of the Water Supply Sustainability Improvement Programme (WSSIP) of C-WASH/NETCOWAS. The job is a Short-term consultancy (staggered in 8 quarters over two years).

The successful Finance Specialist will manage all Accounts, Financial Analysis and Financial Reports, as well as Annual Audits. These will be done in four short-term missions/inputs over the project life of two years (maximum of two weeks per quarter). She or he will also manage the project’s relationship with the Partner Bank and project communities, as well as all financial issues with respect to other Implementing Partners.

Qualification, Skills And Experience

  • Applicants must possess a minimum of HND or Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and/or Finance
  • Candidate must have a minimum of two years of working experience

Location: Kumasi or Sunyani

Salary: TBD

How To Apply – Job Opportunity at Centre for Water Sanitation and Hygiene

Applicants are kindly requested to forward their resume/cv together with a short write-up (1-page maximum) on their understanding of the job and how they intend to approach it to the Executive Director via:

Closing Date: 25th April, 2022

 What is WASH Project?

The Centre for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (C-WASH) is a non-governmental organization in Ghana working to innovatively contribute to improvements in coverage and sustainability of water supply, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services for un-served and underserved populations, particularly in rural communities, small towns, and deprived urban settlements. C-WASH is also the convener of the National Network of Community Water Services (NETCOWAS) which is a national and sub-national platform for learning, sharing, customer service, advocacy, and performance review for decentralized/local level piped water services which are managed by the communities and/or the local private sector, and/or the District/Municipality

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