Collateral Repair Project (CRP), founded in 2006 to support refugees and impoverished Jordanians in East Amman, is a growing organization that runs an emergency assistance program and vibrant community centers in Hashemi Shamali and Downtown Amman. The people CRP serves struggle to take care of their basic needs and to rebuild their lives.
CRP’s great strengths are our deep knowledge of the community we serve and our ability to run programs that help people build community, learn new skills, and support their emotional well-being. We prioritize hiring staff who are creative problem solvers, hard workers, and actively take initiative to develop our programs and move our work to the forefront of best practice.
The Admin/Finance Assistance will assist the Finance and Operations Director with finance, human resource (HR), and administrative tasks. S/he will work closely with and report to CRP’s Finance and Operations Director.
The Finance and Administrative Assistant is responsible for activities including, but not limited to
Finance: Collecting and organizing invoice supporting documents to ensure they are complete, accurate, and translated into English Managing and safeguarding organizational petty cash, including providing daily tabulation and weekly and monthly cash reports and reconciliation
Preparing and making payments to suppliers and other small vendors Overseeing invoice compliance and eligibility for payment Participating in the procurement process for larger purchases Paying all repeating organizational administrative payments (telephone, electricity, fuel, etc.)
Receiving visitors and connecting them with relevant CRP staff Safeguarding, organizing, tracking, preparing, and archiving all Finance/Admin documents and office physical assets Tracking and overseeing purchases of office equipment and supplies Ensuring office premises are clean, perfectly maintained, and meet required security standards Liaising and organizing organizational transportation needs
Human Resources Assisting in staff recruitment Tracking and monitoring of staff contracts and employee documentation, including attendance and leaves Onboarding all new staff and ensuring their understanding of all HR/Administrative policies and procedures Assisting with oversight of CRP policies and procedures implementation Coordinating with local authorities on HR matters Maintaining an organizational chart
Employee must have
Bachelors in administration/finance required Minimum 2 years experience in an international organization Excellent interpersonal skills Attention to detail and excellent project management skills Ability to adapt to a changing environment Decision-making skills Ability to demonstrate fairness and impartiality Problem solving, mediation, and diplomacy skills
IT / Software / Technical Skills: Good command of Excel, Word, and Outlook
Language Speaking Reading Writing Arabic Fluent/Mother tongue Professional Professional English Fluent Professional Professional
How to apply
Please send your CV
Cover letter: Required
References: Required (at least 3) to the following email: [email protected]