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PATH is an international nonprofit organization that transforms global health through innovation. We take an entrepreneurial approach to developing and delivering high-impact, low-cost solutions, from lifesaving vaccines and devices to collaborative programs with communities. Through our work in more than 70 countries, PATH and our partners empower people to achieve their full potential.
Based within the HIV/Tuberculosis Global Program, PATH's Tuberculosis Portfolio consists of a dynamic set of both global and country-focused technical assistance projects and short-term assignments. Such projects include supporting DOTS expansion and quality improvement, laboratory strengthening, surveillance, TB/HIV service integration, infection control, programmatic management of drug-resistant TB, public-private sector collaboration, and advocacy, communication and social mobilization.
Located in DRC, PATH is seeking a new Project Administrator (PADM) to provide financial and contractual management.
Responsibilities will include
Develop and maintain project financial monitoring system that effectively tracks project expenditures against approved budgets.
Develop, monitor and maintain annual program budgets and work order budgets.
Provide team members and donors with financial analyses and updates as requested.
Develop cost proposals and budgets as needed.
Contract and sub-contract management
Manage agreements, including consultants, technical services agreements and subcontracts.
Ensure that contractual requirements are met, including timely submission of financial reports to donors.
Ensure that PATH policies, procedures, donor regulations and requirements are met.
Liaise with local and international partners, consultants and vendors on all financial and contractual matters.
Working with field offices and headquarters
Provide lead financial support to project offices and DC-managed activities.
Collaborate with field office PADMs and Seattle-based headquarters in all administrative and financial matters.
Provide training, technical assistance and back up to field office PADMs regarding donor regulations and PATH policy and procedures.
Other duties as appropriate.
Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, related field, or equivalent. A minimum 5 years’ experience with grants and contract administration with an international organization. Several years’ experience with USAID donor funded grants and contracts; indefinite quantity contracts a plus. Experience with project close-out; demonstrated experience developing, monitoring, and reporting on complex budgets. Experience with large, multi-site projects and in designing and implementing project financial coordination systems.
Knowledge of USAID regulations and reporting requirements.
Excellent working knowledge of Excel and accounting software.
Demonstrated ability to work well in a multi-cultural team environment with program and technical staff.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Well-organized and detail oriented with good follow-through.
Demonstrated ability to work well in team environment with program and technical staff.
Fluency in French, English and Lingala
Competency in training and capacity-building desirable.
Kinshasa, Kinshasa, Congo - Kinshasa
DR Congo, Kinshasa