Accounts Officer

Posted By: Shakti Shalini NGO


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Finance & Accounts


Job Description

The Accounts Officer will be expected to run the overall accountancy of Shakti Shalini. The accountancy expertise will facilitate the organisation to operate efficiently in respect of legality, financial constraints, and regular reporting.

Necessary Skills:

• English and Hindi reading, writing, and communication

• Can make vouchers, file bills as per projects, keep track of financial distribution, maintain different accountancy registers at the same time, keep track of expenditures and balance in every budget head

• Knowledge of Tally and Excel

• Can do accounting data entry, prepare project budgets and financial reports

• Can do budget expense variance analysis, ensure statutory compliances with respect to Income Tax, FCRA, etc., and facilitate the audit.

• Capability of internal discussion and external representation.

• Invested in the importance of grassroots social work.

• Invested in contributing toward gender equality

• Sensitive, empathetic, hardworking, and a team player

• Capable of functioning effectively in an environment of limited resources, space, and infrastructure

Joining Date: Earliest Possible, can be discussed

How to Apply: Send an email to with subject “Accountant Application” with a Cover Letter and your resume.

Selection Process: The selection process will include an in-person activity round and an interview.

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Eligibility Criteria


• B.Commerce graduate

• 3-4 years of work experience with an NGO

• Salary: Rs. 40,000 per month based on experience and expertise

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - B.Com

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Shakti Shalini NGO
  • About Organization:The ideological framework and principles that govern the thoughts and actions of the entire Shakti Shalini team are simple: Gender equality Equal educational, economic and social opportunities for all Respect for individual choices, dignity, independence and personhood Zero tolerance for violence