Finance Officer



The primary responsibility of the Finance Officer is to assist Manager Finance for the performance of daily transactions, processing of payments, reconciliations, book-keeping, and donor and management reporting. These will include the following:

  • Verification of invoices and supporting documents.
  • Preparation of vouchers (JVs, BPVs, CPVs) for project expenses daily.
  • Overseeing of daily transactions and maintaining accurate bookkeeping records.
  • Preparation of monthly bank reconciliations to ensure financial accuracy.
  • Management of project funds in alignment with CPDI and USAID policies and guidelines.
  • Coordination with the administration department for project-related bills and invoices.
  • Assistance for ensuring timely payments to implementing partners.
  • Generation of meaningful reports for regular analysis by the management and provision of support to the Finance Manager to ensure compliance.
  • Assist management in ensuring compliance with government regulations and project guidelines.
  • Collaborate with Admin & Procurement, Grants, and HR departments to ensure timely payments to vendors, consultants, and employee advances and settlements.
  • Maintain thorough and auditable documentation to ensure compliance with required policies.
  • Review of the financial documentation of the sub grantees and sub awardees.
  • Ensure close coordination with the partners in all financial matters.
  • Regularly deposit taxes deducted from staff salaries and payments for goods and services in accordance with income tax laws.
  • Timely filing of the GST exemption applications on the purchase of goods in accordance with sales tax laws.
  • Prepare and submit quarterly and annual WHT (Withholding Tax) statements in compliance with the guidelines outlined in the Income Tax Ordinance 2001.
  • Timely submission of regulatory filings, including taxes, EOBI (Employee Old-Age Benefits Institution), and other government-mandated charges.
  • Facilitation of external audits, internal audits, and donor audits as required.
  • Provide auditors with the necessary documentation in a timely manner and address their queries to facilitate the audit process.
  • Ensure the proper and timely closure of the project, including final settlements with implementing partners.
  • Any other, as assigned by the project manager.

Required Qualification:

  • A Master's degree in Finance or a degree in a similar subject like ACCA. Candidates who are CA Finalists or have completed their CA Inter articleship from a QCR (Quality Control Review) firm will also be considered.
  • Knowledge of USAID financial management rules and regulations pertaining to contracts is advantageous.
  • Excellent IT and communication skills.
  • Ability to pay attention to detail, effective time management, and resourcefulness.
  • Proficiency in both English and Urdu is essential for this role.


Organization Pakistan (CPDI)
Industry Accounting / Finance / Audit Jobs
Occupational Category Finance Officer
Job Location Islamabad,Pakistan
Shift Type Morning
Job Type Full Time
Gender No Preference
Career Level Intermediate
Experience 2 Years
Posted at 2023-09-19 11:22 am
Expires on 2023-11-03