Overview

Road Department is seeking a Finance Management and Accounting Specialist.

Responsibilities:

- Carry out activities related to the bookkeeping operations of the projects implemented by the "Road Department" State Non-Commercial Organization (SNCO);
- Ensure preparation of annual and quarterly financial reports of the projects on financial flows and payments;
- Carry out the filing and issuance of financial applications and payment orders envisaged by the projects budgets;
- Render assistance in making and presenting income and costs estimates;
- Perform projects financial management;
- Ensure timely and accurate submission of the reports prescribed by the RA legislation and the Loan Agreements to relevant authorized entities;
- Calculate staff salary, ensure the filing, summarizing and presenting of reports on labor and wages;
- Serve as primary liaison on financial issues between the donor organizations and the SNCO;
- Participate in activities related to the compiling of document files for receiving of subsequent tranches as needed;
- Ensure compliance with Loan Disbursement Handbooks and other policies/ procedures of the donor organizations and establish control in accordance with standard audit requirements;
- Ensure that the administrative and project expenditures meet the RA state budget and estimate objectives and approval processes;
- Account and monitor that accounts payables and receivables are processed accurately;
- Monitor and analyze monthly bank/ cash flows, including revenues, expenditures;
- Verify the Project consultants' and contractors' invoices, claim and request for contract variations from financial management perspective;
- Carry out other tasks and responsibilities as requested by the Executive Director and prescribed in the Loan and Project Implementation Agreements and other Project documents.

Required Qualifications:

- University degree in Accounting, Finance, Business or Public Administration;
- At least 4 years' finance management experience in areas of accounting, budgeting, tax administration or financial management;
- Experience in the financial administration of Donor funded infrastructure projects;
- Knowledge of International Accounting Standards, International Financial Reporting Standards and International Public Sector Accounting Standards;
- Knowledge of computerized information systems used in financial and/ or accounting applications; and in financial data analysis;
- Excellent Armenian and English languages written and oral communication skills;
- Good understanding of the goals and procedures of international organizations, in particular (ADB, World Bank, EBRD, EIB, IFC or other donors);
- Computer literacy.