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Affiliation Support Manager

About the Fair Labor Association:

The Fair Labor Association (FLA) combines the efforts of industry, civil society organizations, and colleges and universities to promote and protect workers’ rights and to improve working conditions globally through adherence to international standards. The FLA is headquartered in Washington, D.C. and has offices in Geneva, Switzerland and Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. For information, visit www.fairlabor.org.

Project Accountant

The Project Accountant role is a unique opportunity to support a growing financial team at a lean and high performing organization. This position will be responsible for accurately maintaining the organization’s accounting records. Although you will work closely with your manager, the Project Accountant are expected to exercise a high degree of autonomy and take on significant responsibility.

Manager, International Operations and Business Continuity

The Manager of International Operations and Business Continuity has primary responsibility for coordinating the foundation’s international operations and business continuity functions across all of its geographies. This position reflects the recognized need to strategically improve the foundation’s effectiveness and efficiency through improved coordination of operational functions as well as the need to standardize business continuity planning globally. In addition to partnering with the Regional Directors and NY operational departments to provide operational oversight of the regional offices, the manager will be responsible for partnering with the Deputy COO to coordinate the foundation’s global safety and security function with a focus on coordinating response and decision-making in high risk situations.

Program Manager

WCS is the largest international conservation NGO in the Republic of Congo and has been working with government, community and private sector partners to achieve conservation in multiple landscapes across the country for nearly 3 decades. In 1991, WCS signed an agreement with the Congolese Government to provide technical advice on the creation and management of the Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park (NNNP) through the Nouabalé-Ndoki Project, which has now developed into a public-private-partnership. WCS Congo has also been internationally recognized for its innovative work in collaboration with the forestry companies working in the peripheral zone of the NNNP (through PROGEPP – Projet de Gestion des Ecosystèmes de la Périphérique au Parc National de Nouabalé-Ndoki) in order to promote the conservation and sustainable management of natural resources outside of protected areas. WCS has been working with the Lac Télé Community Reserve since 2003 and coordinate the implementation of bush meat consumption and trafficking reduction orientated projects

Controller

The Controller leads the Accounting team in providing critical decision support at all levels of the organization through accounting, financial reporting, and other financial modeling. S/he provides a risk management voice to leadership regarding policies and operational decisions. The position oversees the team in designing and implementing timely accounting and financial reporting essential in the support of business and strategic investment decisions, and for monitoring the performance of the organization’s programs and supporting services. This enhanced level of decision support is an essential element in the overall support of the organization’s strategic plan and goals, targeted to further the vision and mission through our global partnerships and programs.

The Controller directly supports and models the core values through the focus on accounting and financial reporting, efficiency, effectiveness, controls and compliance. Moreover, the position directs the design and maintenance of critical accounting and financial management procedures, systems, and internal controls that help further the organization’s effective stewardship of resources. This support and focus link to the core values of integrity, impact and innovation.

Functionally, the Controller is responsible for ensuring that the US based accounting, treasury, and statutory and management reporting systems and policies provide high quality, timely data and analysis for strategic decision support. The Controller works closely with the CFO on strategic matters, including the setting of departmental priorities, as well as representing Finance in cross-organizational working groups.

S/he has oversight responsibility for required financial systems, policies, procedures, and internal controls. The position ensures compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, applicable regulatory requirements, internal policies and procedures, and (in coordination with Director of International Finance & Administration) with donor requirements. The Controller is responsible for ensuring the integrity of the general ledger and related data, which is the basis for internal and external financial reporting. S/he assists the CFO with organizational risk management, participating in decisions around insurance, business development opportunities, and policy development and compliance monitoring.

The Controller provides innovative solutions for emerging financial management needs and serves with the CFO as key staff for the Investment & Audit Committee of the Board. The Controller supervises one management position and oversees a total staff of two.

Sr. Director of Internal Audit

Provides strategic direction and leadership in the area of internal audit throughout the organization. Provides to the Board and Executive and Senior Management an independent assessment of the adequacy of CRS’ internal systems and controls, including the systems for identification and evaluation of risk and for ensuring compliance to all applicable laws, regulations, policies and agreement terms. Supports the Agency in the successful accomplishment of its mission, especially in the areas of stewardship and compliance. Recruits, develops and manages a team of highly skilled internal auditors to accomplish department objectives. The position will have key interactions with: Board of Directors, Board Audit and Risk Management Committee, CEO, COO, CFO, Executive Leadership Team, Senior Directors of Finance, Overops Senior Leadership, Country Representatives, Audit Team.

Associate Director, Financial Systems

HIAS seeks an Associate Director, Financial Systems to enhance operational efficiency in the primary financial operations, including identifying, implementing and managing financial systems. These systems include accounting software, budget and budgetary control systems, project time management and updating the Chart of Accounts. S/he researches financial record keeping and reporting requirements and ensures that systems are modified to meet these requirements of donors. Additionally, s/he establishes best practices for financial systems use and ensures that these practices are used throughout the organization.

Safety and Security Specialist

HIAS seeks a Safety and Security Specialist to support the Safety and Security department in developing and maintaining safety and security programs, plans, policies and procedures within HIAS’ global and domestic offices. The preferred candidate is passionate about HIAS’s mission and has a demonstrated interest in international development and professional/academic experience in international relations, international security, humanitarian contexts or similar. S/he works as part of a small team delivering best practices in safety and security risk management for HIAS staff, assets, and programming in the United States and internationally.

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