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Finance & Administration Manager

Key Roles & Duties 

Financial Management 

  • Establish and implement effective accounting and bookkeeping systems and procedures

  • Manage accounts payable, accounts receivable, purchasing, donations processing and receipting, payment of invoices, payroll and bills.

  • Maintain parallel records of income and expenditure in the financial database.

  • Manage bank accounts and monitor reconciliations and transactions including wire transfers, credit cards, renewal of Certificates of Deposit, and keeping track of signing authorities.

  • Ensure adequate cash flow for the organisation’s requirements by monitoring funder remittances and preparing requests for funds as needed.

  • Ensure and review quarterly financial statements from all programme managers handling project budgets.

  • Prepare and present quarterly and yearly financial budgets and cash flow forecasts, and work with the directors to actively monitor and understand budget variances.

  • Prepare budgets and reports on expenditure for donors and funders by set deadlines.

  • Oversee timely and accurate submission of narrative and financial reports to funders.

  • Ensure and review monthly programme budgets and financial statements. 

  • Prepare documents and schedules for annual audit, and liaises with auditors.


Human Resources & Administration

  • Work closely with the HR Manager to ensure that personnel files of staff, consultants, interns and volunteers are accurately and neatly maintained.

  • Establish and maintain basic administrative systems for the company including information resources, general filing, electronic filing, personnel records, contracts and leases, subscriptions, insurance. 

  • Manage incoming telephone and mail communications.


Supporting Roles & Duties in Governance

  • Establish and implement internal controls, administrative systems, policies and procedures to ensure that day‐to‐day operational activities are efficient and effective, and are in-line with approved strategic initiatives and budgetary allocations according to the board and legislative requirements of Singapore.

  • Recommend policies and procedures in areas encompassing finance and accounting, privacy, IT, compensation for the consideration of the executive director and board of directors. 

  • Be in close consultation with the executive director and Board Treasurer in establishing a sound financial management system for the organisation. 



  • Degree in finance, accounting or business administration or equivalent

  • 3-5 years of work experience with charity organisation 

  • Confident in handling multiple earmarked grants

  • Advanced knowledge in Excel, Quickbooks, bookkeeping and financial systems

  • Certified Public Accountant or Certified Management Accountant designation preferred 

  • High attention to detail and must be able to complete tasks within deadlines

  • Demonstrate leadership, analytical and problem-solving skills

  • Open-mindedness to work within a start-up, community-centric culture

  • Passionate about enabling multi-disciplinary community development work to build positive self and social connections for vulnerable communities


Work Arrangement 

  • Full time, regular work contract

  • 40-hour work week

  • Hybrid Work (Main office in Boon Lay)


Salary and Benefits

  • Ordinary Wages $4100-5500 per month

  • Annual wage supplement and performance bonus

  • Medical Benefit and Mobile Allowance

  • Up to 24 days paid leaves, not including childcare and medical leave

Probationary Period

  • 6 months

Application Closed

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