The post holder will hold overall responsibility for ensuring effective financial administration of Validity’s EU co-funded initiatives in close cooperation with members of the EU programs team. This is a full-time post for a finance professional who will have a key role in developing and maintaining effective financial control and reporting procedures for multiple consortium projects where Validity is the lead partner, or as a co-beneficiary. The ideal candidate will have a professional finance and/or accounting qualification, be experienced in project- and grant-based financial administration, and have a demonstrated track-record in effectively administering international initiatives comprised of multiple co-beneficiaries.
A highly-organised and methodical individual is sought to keep track of spending on EU co-funded grants, drawing on their strong knowledge of eligibility criteria for EU funding, possessing a keen attention to detail, and holding a strong sense of accountability. They will provide ongoing monitoring and reporting on project budgets including consolidated consortium-level analyses, assist in the preparation of forecasting, budget consumption and amendment requests, and will act as the contact point for Validity staff and partners on fulfilment of contractual funding requirements.
Hours: Full-time (40hrs per week)
Salary range: EUR 2,000 – 2,600 gross per month (dependent on experience)
Location: European Union, with a preference for Budapest, Hungary. Hybrid or remote options will be considered for exceptional candidates
Line Manager: Programmes Manager
Staff supervision: None
Note: Candidates must hold the right to reside and work within the European Union.
Preference will be given to people who self-identify as having a disability.
Review period: Initial probationary period: 3 months.
Thereafter: Annual appraisal.
For further information, see Validity’s Human Resources Policy.