Pursuant to NINERELA+ mission, its seek the services of experienced and committed officer with experience in the HIV and AIDs programming to work as a team supporting the network activities at the national secretariat:Job Title: Finance OfficerJob DescriptionThe Finance Officer is primarily responsible for the sound and efficient functioning of the financial systems and procedures at the NINERELA+ national secretariat. In addition, the Finance Officer Will advice the National Coordinator and the Programme Team regarding all financial matters (available budgets, activities, etc.) connected to the network activities. The Finance Officer would also be responsible for developing budgets as well as production of timely monthly and quarterly finance reports.Responsibilities: Ensure compliance with Partners Fund’s financial management requirements.Generate and coordinate periodic financial reports, (i.e. monthly/quarterly/annually)Ensure that all accounting records are maintained in line with the manual, GAAP and Donors and Partners requirements. Ensure timely submission of relevant monthly, quarterly and yearly financial reports on activities implemented to all stakeholders.Support the programme officers to draw up periodic work plans and budgetsEnsure prompt preparation and payment of monthly project staff salaries and other related payments.Educate staff on the statutory laws and regulations, fiscal policies and changes thereon.Engage in other duties as may be assigned by the National CoordinatorMaintenance of the Networks staff data, equipment and facilities.Follow up on prompt release of funds, once approved.Ensure relevant books and records are maintained for all financial transactions for activities under him/her.Prepare monthly Bank Reconciliation statements for all bank accounts;Responsible for issuing receipts, preparing and posting of Payment Vouchers into the relevant systems and maintaining the cash books in accordance with laid down procedures.Payment of advances as approved by the National Coordinator as well as ensuring the retirement of such cash advances.