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Public Financial Management Reporting Specialist in UNDP Paid Internship at Solomon Islands

Public Financial Management Reporting Specialist in UNDP Paid Internship at Solomon Islands

Country: Solomon Islands
City: Honiara
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Public Financial Management Reporting Specialist in UNDP Paid Internship at Solomon Islands

Under the supervision of the LoCAL Solomon Islands Programme Specialist (P3) and in close coordination with MPGIS and the LoCAL national and regional teams, the Public Financial Management Reporting (PFM) Specialist will assume comprehensive responsibilities, including the oversight and coordination of up to nine LoCAL Field Managers.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Lead program strategy on the delivery of LoCAL’s Performance-Based Climate Resilience Grants (PBCRGs) at the sub-national level
  • Provide strategic advice on public financial management-related issues throughout project implementation
  • Coordinate the work of the LoCAL Field Managers in overseeing monitoring/evaluation of the grants, and ensure effective implementation of PBCRGs at the local level, in coordination with partner agencies, Provincial governments, and communities.
  • Lead LoCAL’s partnership with the Office of the Auditor General
  • Support the GESI Specialist in mainstreaming Gender Equality Social Inclusion (GESI) into the programme’s work from a public financial management perspective.

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Required Skills and Experience for Public Financial Management Reporting 

  • Education:
    • Advanced university degree (master’s degree or equivalent) in Finance, Accounting, Public Administration, Business Administration, Economics, or a related field or with a well recognized national institution and/or international agency; is required OR
    • A first-level university degree (Bachelor´s degree) in the above areas in combination with additional 2 years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.
    • Those with professional accounting qualifications from an internationally accredited institute of accountancy will have an advantage.
  • Experience:
    • A minimum of five years’ (with master’s degree) or seven years (with Bachelor´s degree) of experience in public financial management or a related area.
    • Experience working on public finance, governance, decentralisation or PFM-related issues, preferably including field-based roles.
    • Experience managing staff or a team or managing a program for results.
    • Strong general IT skills, including ability to work regularly with MS Office Suite
    • Experience working with central and sub-national government, and sound understanding of government systems knowledge of government systems, including Provincial Government in Solomon Islands; of the Provincial Government in Solomon Islands.
    • Experience working within the UN or an international organisation is desirable.
    • Sound knowledge and experience in the field of Accounting and Financial management with capacity to function independently with minimum supervision.
    • Demonstrated skills on undertaking analysis, preparing quality reports and other knowledge products.
    • Ability to participate and contribute to consultative meetings at national and state level with partners and senior stakeholders to identify priorities and manage the timely delivery of project activities.
  • Required Languages:
    • English and Solomon Islands Pidgin

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Type of Opportunity Internships
Deadline03 June,2024
Country Solomon Islands



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