About the role
Are you an accounting professional looking to use your skills and experience to give something back to society and those less fortunate around the world? Perhaps swap London for Laos, Melbourne for Malawi or Boston for Belize!?
Accounting for International Development offers every type of accountant, from anywhere in the world the opportunity to use their skills to support a broad range of non-profit organisations globally. Volunteer Accounting Assignments of between 2 weeks and 6 months form part of our ongoing strategy to build the financial management capacity of charities in over 50 countries.
Our partner is an innovative social enterprise, with a vision to bring lasting incomes and choice to the life of smallholder farmers.
They have a small team of two finance managers, and would really benefit from the support of an experienced, commercially astute volunteer to review their control environment, systems and processes, and bearing in mind their decentralised operations, support them in tightening controls and improving the flow and quality of information that is received.
Our partner does not have sufficient financial management tools, specifically around cash management and cashflow, and would benefit from support in developing and training the local staff in these.
Return flight and accommodation provided.
Need a fresh challenge… to do something worthwhile?
Keen to volunteer & share your skills & experience?
If that’s a YES (x3) , please click to ‘APPLY’ and see other similar volunteering opportunities overseas.
We are confident you’ll encounter a variety of new and exciting challenges, share new experiences with inspiring people and learn skills that will give you confidence to face challenges in other areas of your life. You’ll be inspired and get back so much more than you give!
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Phone : 02087417000
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Please quote in application: INDIA | Volunteer Auditor @ NGO Supporting Smallholder Farmers via Pro Bono Australia.