Financial Management Analysis Officer, Copenhagen
Financial Management Analysis Officer, Copenhagen

Job description

Organization:UNICEF - United Nations Children's Fund
Category:Financial Management
Grade: P-2
Deadline: 23 January 2017


Reporting to Programme Budget Manager with responsibility for the overall effective management of GAVI programme budget funding and financing, the position is responsible for the ongoing coordination and analytical work related to the harmonization of the GAVI programme approvals and Cash Transfer Notification process between UNICEF SD and GAVI, cash management across multiple escrow accounts and financial instruments, and implementing financial systems and procedures for efficient and effective financial management of GAVI Procurement Services account.

Duties and Responsibilities

Monitor GAVI programme implementation in relation to delivery of Decision Letter quantities and coordinate with the Vaccine and Health Technology Centres to identify unrequested funds;

Analyse the uncommitted funds to ensure business units are making effective use of cash in hand prior to requesting additional funds; review funding requests, consult with business units as required, and communicate with GAVI;

Ensure financial monitoring of LTAs and POs for which special financial arrangements have been executed, e.g. volume guarantees, firm contracts, advance payments to manufacturers; map the steps and develop procedures for operationalization of new non-standard and non-USD procurement arrangements;

Perform regular quantitative and qualitative monitoring and analysis of financial performance, identifying potential issues and advising on the appropriate course of action; document reporting requirements at both operational and management level;
Identify opportunities for business process improvements, participate in projects related to information systems solutions and VISION changes, strengthen collaboration with business units and ITSS system analysts;

Maintain business process procedure documents, quick reference guides and prepare ad hoc reports and presentations for internal and external audiences;

Assume the role of team lead during Programme Budget Manager's absence.


1st University degree (Bachelor's degree) in Finance, Accounting, Economics, Statistics, or related fields is required.

Advanced University Degree or professional qualifications in Finance or Accounting is as asset.

Work Experiance

Minimum of 2 years of progressively responsible work experience in the areas of budget and finance management, monitoring and reporting, and project management is required, preferably in an international environment. Minimum of 5 years of relevant experience is preferred.

Intermediate to advanced skills in MS Excel and Powerpoint is required.

Knowledge of SAP or similar ERP system is required.


Core Values


Diversity and Inclusion


Core Competencies

Communication (level 1)

Working with People (level 1)

Drive for Result (level 2)

Key Functional Competencies

Analyzing (level 1)

Applying Technical Expertise (level 2)

Planning and Organizing (level 2)

Following Instructions and Procedures (level 2)


Fluency in English is required.

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