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- Min. Education level: Bachelor's Degree
- Specialism: Accounting, Commerce or Finance
SNV is a not-for-profit international development organization that applies practical know-how to make a lasting difference in the lives of people living in poverty. We use our extensive and long-term in-country presence to apply and adapt our top-notch expertise in agriculture, energy and WASH to local contexts. SNV has an annual turnover of €130 million, over 1,250 staff in more than 25 countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America. We are proud to be a not-for-profit organization that uses project financing to implement our mission. This requires us to work efficiently and to invest in operational excellence.
In agriculture, we work with partners, including private- and public-sector actors, to take up and implement the use of successful processes, technologies, and models. We focus on smallholder farmers willing and able to implement farming-as-a-business, as well as the small and medium agricultural enterprises that are essential to transforming agricultural value chains. We support systems change and develop markets so that they function more effectively, sustainably, and beneficially for people living in poverty, building their capacities to improve their lives. Important elements are a system’s change perspective, a focus on sustainability and a continuation of market services, facilitating changes that improve adaptive intervention and the way markets work.
For more information on our operations in Kenya and SNV generally visit our website: www.snv.org
The Climate Resilient Agribusiness For Tomorrow – East Africa (CRAFT-EA) Programme is a 5-year, € 39 million project being implemented in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda. The project uses an inclusive Business Development approach to support the international and Dutch efforts on climate change and sustainable production in arable farming. The programme will work with and through the private sector and supports public sector partners in creating an institutional environment for wide-scale adoption of CSA-practices. It is driven by 3 pillars: i) adoption of CSA practices & technologies in arable crop production farming systems; ii) acceleration of investments and business growth in selected value chains; iii) improved enabling environment for scaling out of CSA. Interventions are centred on business cases which are derived from a thorough climate risk assessment and financial analysis of value chains in pulses, oilseeds, potatoes, and grains. A climate smart business case matching grant facility aims to further improve access to finance and facilitate scaling. The programme is implemented by a consortium consisting of SNV, Wageningen University & Research (WUR), the CGIAR research programme on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS), Agriterra and Rabobank, and is financed by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs (DGIS).
The CRAFT programme in Kenya wishes to announce an internship vacancy in the finance unit. The opportunity envisages that the intern will gain experience on project administration, finance, sub grant management, procurement, and logistics.
- Support the review of partner’s Quarterly financial reports for consistency, completeness and accuracy of documentation;
- Compile documents and relevant information for maintenance of the CRAFT grantee database;
- Verify and compile regular summaries of partners financial status reports;
- Assist in performing monthly analysis of expenditure reports from the SNV accounting system;
- Assist in monitoring partners’ liquidation reports (progress and final), review and verify documentation and financial report;
- Assist in monitoring funding status of each sub-recipient according to the agreements;
- When applicable, assist with budget preparation, reviews and reallocations;
- Provide short biweekly report on activities undertaken and emerging issues;
- Where applicable, assist in ensuring compliance to Donor regulations and award requirements;
- Perform any other duty assigned by the Project Finance Officer, Country Finance Manager and the CRAFT Project Manager
- At least a Bachelor’s degree in finance/accounting/commerce
- Professional course certificate such as CPA, ACCA, will be an added advantage
- Computer literate
- Proficiency in English and Kiswahili; written and oral;
- Intermediate /advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint and especially Excel).
The internship will be for a period of 6 months 1 April 2021 to 30 September 2021.
The project will pay a monthly stipend and cover all field costs relating to the assigned tasks in the internship period exercise as guided by SNV policies.
Please apply by clicking on the I’m Interested button and complete your application in our in-house recruitment system, attaching a Cover letter and CV in English before 26th March 2021.
Applications submitted without the required attachments will be disqualified.
Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
We do not appreciate third-party mediation based on this advertisement.
SNV Kenya does not require you to undergo any medical test prior to employment