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Accountant - Delhi

Job Location: New Delhi

Primary roles and responsibilities

  • Manage all financial processes ensuring confidentiality, accurate and timely record-keeping and data management
  • Process all income and costs, ensuring correct coding, authorization, and transaction management
  • Routinely review budgets and monitor change controls, early warnings, and contingency drawdowns
  • Set up and manage Project cash flows
  • Work closely with external Sr. Accountant and Project in charge to create Comprehensive financial plans and track progress as the project advances
  • Maintain sufficient documentation and check that payments made are in line with financial guidelines.
  • Manage the overheads associated with the Project Team including staff costs
  • Control and reconcile designated balance sheet accounts and project codes
  • Plan for and manage internal project costs including furniture and equipment
  • Perform the processing of functional and benefits expense allocations, monthly accruals, amortization of prepaid expenses, fixed assets depreciation and recording of adjusting and reclassification journal entries, if necessary.
  • Perform general accounts analysis and reconciliations, including bank statements, fixed assets, employer’s benefit costs, accruals and prepaid expenses.

Reporting

  • Produce monthly financial reports for the project team, to agreed timetables, showing budget, forecast, committed and actual performance against plan, with the breakdown of costs and written commentary
  • Ensure project budgets and plans are kept up to date to reflect progress and changes to assumptions, including any reforecast as required
  • Maintain detailed records as required for both internal and external audit purposes
  • Take responsibility for the preparation of all financial and non-financial information required for project sponsors, project managers, Project Board, Trustees, and external funders as required in both routine reporting and ad hoc requests
  • Undertake monthly reviews with budget holders to review Direct Costs
  • Support managers at all levels to discharge their responsibilities as project staff.
  • Provide financial input into forward planning process to support completion of the project lifecycle
  • Management of robust financial controls and accounting systems
  • Delivery of effective financial management service to support the priorities and success of the project
  • Effective relationship management with Project team, Finance team, and all key stakeholders
  • Ensure legal payments such as TDS, Professional Tax, and Service Tax as applicable are paid in time and the reports pertaining to them are submitted on time.

Essential Knowledge, Skills, and Experience 

  • Previous experience in project accounting for a development organization.
  • Sufficient accounting experience in a busy, tightly managed medium-sized organisation, including monthly reporting, budget preparation, financial modelling and cash flow reporting
  • Working Knowledge of Tally Accounting System
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, especially Excel).
  • At least 2 years of non-profit accounting and 1+ of cumulative relevant experience (accounting operations and/or audit).
  • Must have a Bachelor’s or associate’s degree in accounting
  • With a strong background in budget preparation and grant management (private funders and government grants)

 

The candidate will be required to travel to various program locations and to liaise with the National team of CIF

Accountant - Chennai

Accountant:

 

Job location

1) Chennai

 

Openings: 1 position

 

Details about the position are as below.

 

Designation: Accountant

Salary: Rs.25, 000/- Per Month

 

Job Description:

                  Main Responsibilities

 

  • Manage all financial processes ensuring confidentiality, accurate and timely record keeping and data management
  • Process all income and costs, ensuring correct coding, authorisation, and transaction management
  • Routinely review budgets and monitor change controls, early warnings and contingency drawdowns
  • Set up and manage Project cash flows
  • Work closely with external Sr Accountant and Project in charge to create

comprehensive financial plans and track progress as the project advances

  • Maintain sufficient documentation and check that payments made are in line

with financial guidelines.

  • Manage the overheads associated with the Project Team including staff costs
  • Control and reconcile designated balance sheet accounts and project codes
  • Plan for and manage internal project costs including furniture and equipment
  • Perform the processing of functional and benefits expense allocations, monthly accruals, amortization of prepaid expenses, fixed assets depreciation and recording of adjusting and reclassification journal entries, if necessary.
  • Perform general accounts analysis and reconciliations, including bank statements, fixed assets, employer’s benefit costs, accruals and prepaid expenses.

 

Reporting

 

  • Produce monthly finance reports for the project team, to agreed timetables, showing budget, forecast, committed and actual performance against plan, with breakdown of costs and written commentary.
  • Ensure project budgets and plans are kept up to date to reflect progress and changes to assumptions, including any reforecast as required
  • Maintain detailed records as required for both internal and external audit purposes
  • Take responsibility for preparation of all financial and non-financial information required for project sponsors, project managers, Project Board, Trustees and external funders as required in both routine reporting and ad hoc requests
  • Undertake monthly reviews with budget holders to review Direct Costs
  • Support managers at all levels to discharge their responsibilities as project staff.
  • Provide financial input into forward planning process to support completion of project lifecycle
  • Management of robust financial controls and accounting systems
  • Delivery of an effective financial management service to support the priorities and success of the project
  • Effective relationship management with Project team, Finance team and all key stakeholders
  • Ensure legal payments such as TDS, Professional Tax and Service Tax as applicable are paid in time and the reports pertaining to them are submitted on time.

 

Essential Knowledge, Skills and Experience

 

  • Previous experience of project accounting for a development organisation.
  • Sufficient accounting experience in a busy, tightly managed medium sized organisation, including: monthly reporting, budget preparation, financial modelling and cash flow reporting
  • Extensive experience of computerised accounting systems, preferably Tally including report writing
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Power Point, especially Excel).
  • At least 2 years of non-profit accounting and 3+ of cumulative relevant experience (accounting operations and/or audit).
  • Must have a Bachelor’s or associate’s degree in accounting
  • With strong background in budget preparation and grant management (private funders and government grants)
  • Relevant experience or understanding of financial reporting standards for a NGO

 

Application details.

  • Only candidates with relevant experience & qualification should apply for the post.
  • Application needs to be sent at careers@childlineindia.org.in
  • Please mention Designation, JOB id and location in subject line.
Associate - Fund Raising - MIS

Job Role: Fundraising Associate

 

Job Location: Mumbai

This position is responsible to ensure all fundraising-related data is captured, collated, and synchronized to provide MIS for management decision-making.  Source and maintain data/lists of corporate, HNI supporters, and institutions and provide market research and analysis        

Fundraising:

  • Donor lead generation. Source and maintain data/lists of corporates and individuals.
  • Monitor CSR/Corporate Responsibility data/content in the media, and keep up to date with professional fundraising associations/events.
  • To develop professional solicitation proposals/presentations/ reports and undertake presentations at senior-level meetings.

MIS:

  • Ensure that the donor database is kept accurate and up-to-date by recording changes including contact information, grant proposals, feedback reports, mailing preferences, address details, and financial information.
  • Preparing Daily, Weekly & Monthly MIS Reports for the Resource Mobilization department
  • Developing presentations/reports for the management, Graphs, and analytical reports for effective fundraising decisions
  • Work with the communications team to develop feedback/impact, annual Reports, and other communication collaterals for fundraising
  • Increase outreach of Childline services and brand amongst key stakeholders
  • Network with all fundraising verticals for coordinated fundraising across all channels

Donor Servicing:

  • Support initiatives for donor acquisition, retention programs such as donor visits, campaigns, events, etc. to promote long-term/recurring funding support.
  • Ensure consistent and timely engagement with donors by sending receipts, program updates, and other communication materials as required. Ensure donations are processed correctly. Ensure donor delight. Interact with the program management team to source reports/data etc. regarding funds raised or donations.

Manage relationships with donors (Corporate, HNI, institutions, and individuals) before, during, and after receipt of funds and maintain a high level of donor delight

Qualification & Experience:

  • Any Graduate Degree or Diploma in Business Management/ Social Work.
  • 2 to 4 years experience in business development/ NGO’s experience in project management and MIS

 

Interested Candidates, Please mail your CV to priyanka.korade@childlineindia.org.in OR careers@childlineindia.org.in

Grant Officer - Accountant

Job Title: Accountant - Officer/ Sr. Officer (Grants) – Mumbai & Chennai

The role-holder will be responsible for handling grants in the aid process single-handed. He/ She will be responsible to check and control all Accounts & Finance related documents received from a partner organization to ensure that financial objectives are met efficiently and effectively. Responsibilities also include helping in directing and controlling operation-related activities to ensure efficient and effective utilization and projection of funds.

Responsibilities:

  1. Financial Accounting:
  • The complete responsibility of checking and processing grant in aid application files received from partners organizations
  • Checking half-yearly and yearly accounting documents received from partners. Necessary steps are to be taken for receiving the correct documents
  • Ledger Reconciliation and Bank Reconciliation
  • Maintaining and updating the database
  • Record keeping of application files
  • Assisting City in charges, RRC accountant, and partners organizations in resolving accounting and financial queries
  • Assisting City in charges, RRC accountant, and partners organizations in understanding budget guidelines
  • Disbursement of funds to partner organizations
  1. MIS and Data Analysis:
  • Preparation of Monthly MIS
  • Preparation of Weekly status report for Team’s Review and Planning
  • Assist in preparation of MIS, Dashboard, and other reports as required by Head F & A and Management Members.

III. Statutory and Secretarial Compliances:

  • Maintaining minutes of Meetings
  • Ensuring strict compliance with Income Tax, Profession Tax, Trust Act, and other application Laws.
  1. Banking Management:
  • Verify & process payment and record various fund receipts & disbursements
  • Collecting bank details from partner organizations/ CICs for disbursing funds.
  1. Audits:
  • Attending Internal Audits, providing documents, data, and clarifications, implementing recommendations and ensuring to avoid negative comments,
  • Attending Impact Assessments, Management Reviews, and Information requirements
  • Assist to coordinate and evaluate the financial programs (budgets/tax plans) and their supporting information systems
  • Design, develop and implement systems, policies, and procedures to facilitate internal financial control

 

  1. Other Assignments:
  • A complete assigned task is given by Head Finance and Grant Manager.

Requirements:

  • Qualification – B. Com / M. Com
  • Experience – at least 5+ years (Prior work experience in Accounts /Finance Dept. of NGO/ Social Sector experience preferred)
  • Professional knowledge of Tally ERP-Accounting Software, MS Office, Internet, Online Meeting Platforms like Zoom and Google Meet etc.
  • Proficient in Data Analytics, MS Excel Automation
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English and Hindi.

Please note:

The candidate should be confident enough to handle the grant in the aid process single-handed.

Please rush your CVs to: careers@childlineindia.org.in

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