BirdLife Europe and Central Asia in Brussels is looking for: Finance Officer.
BirdLife International - the largest nature conservation organisation in the world - is looking for a dynamic, passionate and committed finance professional to join the BirdLife Europe & Central Asia team.
Working within a highly focused and collaborative Administration & Finance team, the Finance Officer is responsible for maintaining financial, accounting, administrative and statutory services in order to meet legislative requirements. The Finance Officer assists the Regional Director in decision-making by providing timely and accurate financial information and works closely with a range of policy, conservation, fundraising and communications project managers.
Duration: 1 year (renewable) Belgian contract
Working hours: full-time
Salary range: 3000 to 3500EUR/month (depending on experience) and benefits
Please submit a full CV and a comprehensive cover letter (all in English) setting out your reasons for applying for the post and outlining the qualifications experience, knowledge and skills that you feel you can bring to the role to: email@example.com.
Please include in the email subject: Finance Officer.
Closing date: 27 October 2019 at midnight CET. Please consider that applications received after the closing date will be automatically discarded.
Date of the interview: November 7th or November 13th.
Shortlisting is based on CV and cover letter. Successful candidates will be asked to attend face to face interviews. The possibility for a remote interview may be offered to suitable candidates from abroad.
Please note that due to the large number of expected applications only successful candidates will be contacted.
BirdLife Europe and Central Asia is the European and Central Asian Division of BirdLife International, and is one of the six regional offices of BirdLife International, a global Partnership of autonomous, national non-governmental conservation organisations, with a large grassroots membership in 115 countries and territories.
BirdLife’s mission is to conserve wild birds, their habitats and global biodiversity, by working with people towards sustainability in the use of natural resources.
BirdLife has an international team of permanent staff covering conservation and science, policy and advocacy, capacity building, fundraising, communication, finance and administration supporting the 47 European and Central Asia Birdlife Partners.
With more than 4.100 staff in Europe, 2 million members and tens of thousands of skilled volunteers, BirdLife Europe and Central Asia, together with its national Partners, owns or manages more than 6,000 nature sites totalling 320 000 hectares.
In Brussels, the BirdLife ECA team works mainly on EU policy issues and aims at improving EU legislation relating to the environment and biodiversity.