Accounting Job Vacancy At The International Committee of the Red Cross

Job Description

Accounting Bookkeeper
Main Responsibilities

Monitors the Delegation financial needs and inform the accountant
Imputation of the Bank Books (NGN & USD) expenses in the Sun System
Does Weekly reconciliation of Bank with the accountant
Reports any discrepancies to the Accountant
Monitors and justifies the quarterly payments of office running costs and salary support (NIA)
Ensures accurate filling of finance documents
Ensures accurate disbursement of funds to the Nigerian Red Cross Society
Replaces the Accountant when out of office.
Qualification and Experience

University degree in Business Administration/Accounting
Minimum of 2 years work experience, preferably in the non-profit sector
Experience of project management an asset
Excellent command of written and spoken English
Advanced computer skills, particular MS Word and Excel
Preparedness to travel and work all over Nigeria
Personal Requirements

Strongly motivated by humanitarian work
Ability to work independently and capacity to take initiatives when appropriate
Team-work oriented with sound communication skills
Punctual, reliable, confirmed organisational skills
Sound empathy when dealing with people/beneficiaries
Adaptability and capacity to integrate changes
Sound capacity to strictly apply ICRC rules and working procedures

Method of Application

Interested persons must include copies of ID papers, detailed curriculum vitae and contact details of three referees and an application letter to:

Administrator ICRC,
Delegation Abuja,
No 31 Pope John Paul II Street,


Please clearly indicate “Accounting Book keeper” on the envelope.
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
The ICRC is an impartial, neutral, and independent international humanitarian organization

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