Chief Finance Officer: Zambia

To support the Zambia leadership team and the Area Chief Financial Officer with regards to the oversight of financial operations within Zambia and to provide accountability and integrity.
2-3 Years
Full Time
Time commitment
Full time or part time, minimum 20 hours per week
Salary & Expenses
As with most OM roles this role is support based or voluntary (unpaid).  The level of support required would be based on the individual’s situation.
All business-related expenses would be approved by the filed leader and paid by OM

Core competencies
It is essential to have knowledge and experience in:
- Formal training in accounting
- At least two years’ experience of working in a finance team
- Proficient in Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, Teams and Outlook
- A proven ability to work successfully with different personalities and cultures is important.
- Excellent organisational skills
- Financial management
- Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
- Working in a multicultural environment
It is desirable but not essential to have knowledge and experience in:
- Managing finance staff
- The ability to analyse financial statements (I&E and Balance Sheet) and to perform projections on proposed projects or initiatives that the Field Leadership is considering.
- OM accounting systems

Live opportunities are unsalaried. Most people joining OM have to raise financial support to cover their living expenses, usually through gifts from home churches and other supporters.

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