Consultant (Financial Management)

  • Post
Consultant    (Financial Management) Post- 1
  •  Consolidated Remuneration
Rs. 60,000/ CTC per month.
  • Essential Qualification
  • CMA/ (CWA/ or MBA (Finance) from reputed institute with at least 55% marks.                                            OrGovernment employees retired as under Secretary (Pay Level-11) or equivalent with at least 5 years’ experience of financial management /budget/Government treasury accounting and age not more then 65 years.
  •  Experience
  • At least 3 years qualification experience out of which 1 year should be in Government/PSU/international agencies
  • Exposure to budgeting, audit and treasury functions.
  • Knowledge of state budgetary treasury and finance rules.
  • Expertise in MS Office including Word, Excel and Power Point.
  • Desirable
  • 5 years of experience in finance management.
  • In-depth knowledge and expertise in financial management, internal controls/systems development & implementation, government treasury accounting, auditing & reporting , taxation, general management and ability to resolve problems or situations that requires the exercising of good judgment
  • ToR

  • Ensure proper financial control and management of Mission in implementation in the state.
  • Provide support to timely preparation of annual budget estimate keeping in view of the approved allocations and past expenditure under the Mission.
  • Facilitate allocation of budget to districts and blocks and maintain budget allocation register.
  • Keeping track and maintain database of funds released by MWCD and utilized in the State. Process the revalidation of unspent balances, if any.
  • Prepare the Financial Management Reports (FMR) under Eligible Expenditure Program (EEP) of NNM and arrange to send the duly approved one to MWCD on time.
  • Collection of Monthly financial reports from districts and blocks and ensuring reconciliation with Treasury and Accountant General (A&E) on a monthly quarterly basis.
  • Liaison with the State Finance Department, Treasury and MWCD on financial matters under the directions of director for budget allocation, re-allocation and other approvals.
  • Keep track and maintain ledger book of all expenditures incurred and ensure reconciliation with the Finance Department/Treasury.
  • Liaison with the Accountant General office at the state level for annual audit of the project financial statements for expenditures at the State level this will involve preparation of annual financial statements based on reconciled expenditures, schedules of pending AC Bills and UCs and facilitate in completion of audit by the AG as per standard Terms of Reference by July 31 of each year and submit it to MWCD by September 30 of each year,
  • Coordinate with Accountant General Office to address the audit objections/ internal control weaknesses, issues of disallowances, if any in consultation with Director.
  • Provide financial and commercial advices and assistance in various procurement proposals for goods and services.
  • Provide orientation training as required to the district Mission teams on the financial issues.
  • Any other finance related activities of the Mission that may be assigned by the director including payment of bills etc. and ensuring adequate internal controls to support the payments