MCD Inc.

Employment Opportunities

Finance and Administration Officer, TB REACH Mozambique

Over the past 40 years, Medical Care Development (MCDI), the International Division of Medical Care Development Inc. (MCD) has worked to strengthen health systems through integrated, sustainable and locally driven interventions across several public health sectors in over 40 countries. MCDI collaborates with donors, national governments, the private sector, health agencies, communities and local stakeholders to improve health and save lives in the following areas: malaria control; maternal, neonatal and child health; water, sanitation and hygiene; tuberculosis; HIV/AIDS; and other communicable diseases.

MCDI is currently seeking candidates for a Finance and Administrative Officer position for a 16-month project funded by the Stop TB Partnership – TB REACH Wave 7. The project goal is to increase the TB notification rate among girls and women of reproductive age who are currently accessing community, NGO, and government services related to MCH, FP, and/or OVC in four districts in Mozambique.

This position is contingent upon MCDI winning the project award.
To apply, please email your CV and cover letter to bdjobs@mcd.org

Position Description: The Finance and Administration Officer will lead the receipt, management, and reporting of project funds and manage all resources of the field project (staffing, facilities, equipment, etc.). S/he will report to the Project Director in the day-to-day management and operations of the Project, assisted by the MCDI Home Office operations and financial backstopping team.

Location: This position will be based in Lichinga city, Niassa Province, Mozambique
Position Type: Full time
Accountability: This position reports to the Project Director


Essential Job Functions:
• Coordinates day-to-day activities related to programmatic, financial, and administrative management of the Project;
• Ensures that adequate financial management (e.g. Quicken, cash accounting) systems are in place and functioning and in compliance with the Stop TB Partnership financial management regulations;
• Coordinates and oversees the logistics of training and other Project events;
• Coordinates the engagement of short-term technical assistance (national and international consultants), and the management of a sub-grant award to a local partner;
• Work with the Project Director in maintaining productive programmatic communication and strong working relationship with key stakeholders involved in Project implementation;
• Assist the Project Director in annual work planning, budgeting, and reporting.

Minimum Requirements:
• University degree in administration, finance, accounting; 7+ years of overall professional experience; 4+ years of experience in the receipt, management and reporting of donor-funded projects;
• Must be able to read, write, and speak professional English (USAID 3R, 3S);
• Demonstrated experience working with district, provincial, and national government authorities;
• Intermediate computer skills and experience with accounting software such as Quicken or Sage;
• Preference will be given to Mozambican nationals.


We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.