Full-Time Finance and Management Adviser – Papua New Guinea
Volunteer Service Abroad covers costs while you are on assignment, including travel, accommodation, living allowance and more
Work alongside Mahonia Na Dari (Guardians of the Sea) to improve their financial and operational management systems.
Mahonia Na Dari (MND) is an environmental protection non-governmental organisation working to protect PNG’s abundant biodiversity. Working closely with MND staff, you will help to review current financial and operational management systems and provide suggestions for improvement. With a strong mentoring focus, you will help build the capability of staff to confidently and effectively manage MND activities.
This hands-on assignment offers a great opportunity to work with an inspiring organisation and support marine conservation efforts through better financial management.
A tertiary qualification in accounting
– Small business (or equivalent) financial management experience
– Relevant operational management experience
– Experience with accounting software, preferably Reckon or similar
– Experience in mentoring and training staff
This is a 1-year assignment based in Papua New Guinea
About volunteering with VSA
VSA is New Zealand’s largest and most experienced volunteering agency working in international development.
We cover living allowances, accommodation and utilities. Travel, visas, insurance and medical costs are organised and funded by VSA.
Volunteers must be a NZ citizen or permanent resident.
If current VSA assignments don’t suit your skills and experience you can register your interest with us and we’ll let you know when something in your field is available.
VSA volunteers receive a living allowance and accommodation, insurance, and medical costs are provided. Travel arrangements are organised and funded by VSA along with other costs.
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