PATH drives transformative innovation in pursuit of a bold vision: a world where health is within reach for everyone, no matter where they live.
We advance health equity in the belief that no child should die of a preventable disease, that all mothers should have safe births and healthy newborns, and that every community should have the tools it needs to thrive.
PATH is an international nonprofit organization that transforms global health through innovation. Our approach blends the entrepreneurial spirit of business, the scientific expertise of a research institution, and the passion and on-the-ground experience of an international NGO.
For nearly 40 years, we have been pioneers in the development and delivery of health solutions. We accelerate smart ideas and mobilize partners to reach the worldâ€™s most vulnerable women and children. Our work spans five platforms: vaccines, devices, diagnostics, drugs, and system and service innovations. It bridges borders, sectors, and disciplines to shape the next generation of health innovations and maximize their lifesaving potential.
We are known for developing lifesaving health technologies with global impact. From the vaccine vial monitor that alerts health workers when a vaccine has been damaged by heat to low-cost diagnostics that detect malaria, diabetes, and other health threats in minutes, our tools and technologies reach millions of people around the world.
But innovation is more than technology. We also bring innovation to:
Across all of our innovations, we use a rigorous process to accelerate the best ideas through our development pipeline. We research and develop targeted health solutions, test and refine them, seek policy changes and regulatory approvals to pave the way for their use, and then introduce and scale them up where they are needed.
This is one of our unique strengthsâ€”working across the spectrum from development to delivery, channeling the tremendous potential of inventive ideas, scientific discovery, and groundbreaking collaborations into better health and opportunity for all.
1 . Finance Officer
17 June 2016
PATH is an international organization that drives transformative innovation to save lives and improve health, especially among women and children. We accelerate innovation across five platforms - vaccines, drugs, diagnostics, devices, and system and service innovations - that harness our entrepreneurial insight, scientific and public health expertise, and passion for health equity. By mobilizing partners around the world, we take innovation to scale, working alongside countries primarily in Africa and Asia to tackle their greatest health needs. Together, we deliver measurable results that disrupt the cycle of poor health.
PATH seeks a Finance Officer to provide support to a new project in Ghana, implemented under the global MalariaCare partnership, a USAID - funded program available to support case management support to PMI focus and other countries. MalariaCare aims to achieve universal diagnosis and appropriate case management for malaria by strengthening the capacity of malaria-affected countries at all levels of the health system to provide high-quality diagnostic and treatment services for malaria and other febrile illnesses. The Finance Officer will be based in Accra and will report to the Project Administrator for MalariaCare, Ghana.
Duties and responsibilities:
· Assist with the day-to-day transaction processing and filing of documentation.
· Backstop regional offices to provide financial management support.
· Provide financial and administrative support for field trips.
· Assist with monthly financial report processing.
· Assist the Finance Associate when preparing sub-grant documents.
· Assist with routine monitoring and review of sub-grantee expenditures and documents in line with sub-grant requirements.
· Assist with the facilitation and release of third party funding and reimbursement.
· Coordinate and maintain accurate files for Government of Ghana statutory deductions and payments.
· Review bank statements and reconcile on a monthly basis.
· Perform banking duties.
· Examine all vouchers for completeness and compliance with policies.
A minimum of two years’ experience in accounting and or public administration,USAID funded programs working experience,experience working with QuickBooks Accounting software.
You must currently have legal authorization to work in Ghana.
PATH is dedicated to diversity and is an equal opportunity employer.