Senior Finance Officer, Technical Support for HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care, and Treatment – RDM/A - Family Health International

FHI is a global health and development organization whose rigorous, science-based approach builds programs that create lasting change. Founded in 1971, FHI maintains offices and staff worldwide, helping to forge strong local relationships that enable us to make measurable progress against disease, poverty, and inequity—improving lives for millions. We seek qualified candidates for the following position based in Bangkok, Thailand.

Technical Support for HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care, and Treatment – RDM/A

This position is to provide lead financial support in the development and implementation of projects; and to coordinate all support aspects needed for the development of project proposals and will responsible for budgeting and financial reporting for Technical Support for HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care, and Treatment – RDM/A, operating in four countries and regionally. S/he is also responsible for the complete cycle of financial management for the Regional and Thailand-specific activities, including budgeting, payments, accounting, financial reporting, subrecipient financial management, and coordination of audits.

Key Responsibilities :-
  • Responsible for the whole cycle of financial management of the Regional and Thailand Programs, including budgeting, payments, accounting, financial reporting, IA financial management, and coordinating audits, including follow-up on findings.
  • Provide overall financial management support to the USAID/RDM/A-funded programs.
  • In coordination with program staff and country offices, prepares program’s fiscal year budgets, pipeline and financial reports.
  • Maintain the Regional and Thailand Programs' accounting system and provide management with financial information required for monitoring and decision making, and submits the monthly accounting report to HQ.
  • Conduct pre-audits on vouchers, invoices, and all supporting documents for all payments under the Regional and Thailand Programs.
  • Conduct pre-award and site visit reviews; assists with the development of IA budgets and training of IA finance staff; reviews Monthly Financial Report (RMFR); and follow up on issues identified through field visits and MFR reviews.
  • Coordinate with auditors, FHI/APRO and HQ on program and IA audits and coordinate with Admin. Team of FHI/APRO on procurement and consultant agreements.

Minimum Requirements :-
  • Bachelor or Masters degree in Accounting or Finance
  • At least 5-7 years of related experience that must reflect the knowledge, skills and abilities listed above.
  • Prior experience working with international NGOs and government organizations will be an advantage.
  • Ability to manage high volume of work-flow effectively with minimal supervision.
  • Knowledge of USAID rules and regulations would be a plus.
  • Good written and spoken English
  • Good computer skills – strong in MS Excel, MS word

Interested candidates, please submit cover letter, CV with expected salary to FHI/Human Resources Department at Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.