Intern – Finance at Fred Hollows Foundation,
Intern – Finance at Fred Hollows Foundation
It’s estimated there are 328,000 blind people in Kenya, with another 750,000 visually impaired. Cataract is the largest cause of avoidable blindness in the country, making up 43 per cent of all cases of blindness. The Fred Hollows Foundation is working with the Government of Kenya to improve health services.
Intern – Finance
- Support in processing of Mpesa transactions to participants ensuring accuracy and completeness.
- Review of payment voucher for:
- Completeness of supporting documents including authorization/signing
- Accuracy of the supporting documents/payments and acquittals
- Stamping of payment vouchers with “paid stamp”
- Attaching payment advice to all payment vouchers
- Creating of transactions in IPOS for review and submission by Finance Assistant
- Confirm all journal vouchers are printed, signed, and filled sequentially.
- Transfer of prior year payment vouchers from the store to filling room.
- Review and file payment vouchers sequentially in the filling cabinet
- Support in documentation retrieval during audit both internal and external
- Support closure of any gap identified during the internal audit process
- Review petty cash transactions support documents before replenishment
- Support the operations department when called upon to do so
- Any other duty that may be assigned from time to time by your line manager
WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO SUCCEED
- Bachelor’s degree in Commerce, Finance or Business Administration
- Previous internship experience in Finance department preferably in an INGO
- Knowledge of finance and accounting principles and practice.
- Strong analytical and conceptual skills.
- Good communication skills, both written and oral
- Demonstrate initiative and resourcefulness to identify and solve issues proactively