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The West Africa Energy Program (WAEP) is a 4-year USAID effort to achieve the goals of Power Africa. The objective of WAEP is to expand supply of and access to affordable and reliable grid-connected electricity services in West Africa through a range of technical assistance, capacity building, and transactional support to advance Power Africa’s objectives in selected countries in the West Africa region.
The Finance Specialist will support the Finance Manager and project leadership and will be responsible for managing local accounting spreadsheets, local staff monthly payroll, tracking invoice submissions, and managing petty cash disbursements and advances.
General Functions of the Position
The successful candidate shall perform the following general functions:
Specific Tasks Applicable to the Position
As directed by the Chief of Party or their designee, the Finance Specialist shall perform, oversee, and support the performance of the following specific tasks:
Leadership / Behavioural Capabilities
Submit your CV and Application on Company Website : Click HereClosing Date : 30th May. 2022