Associate, Finance

Posted By: Centre For Civil Society


Junior Management


Social Sector

Job Description

Roles and Responsibilities:

1. Maintaining Accounts book and in ERP Tally-Check all bills are submitted with complete documentation for compliance and assist team members to complete documents on a day to day basis. Manage advance settlement as well. Proper documentation of cash payment to vendors and staff.

2. Create a monthly checklist of organizational payments and report to Ops Director every month. Ensure cheque payment to vendors: Printing, stationary, housekeeping etc.

3. Bank Reconciliation- Enter cash payment/bank payment in tally & filling. Bills cancellation through paid stamp & payment details on bill. Cheque Deposit/withdraw, FD etc

4. TDS Calculation and deposit- Collect necessary documents from employee for TDS computation and send to CA. Form 16A & 16 check with tally and dispatch/handover to deductee.

5. Assisting in preparation of Financial statements

6. Preparation for yearly Audit process- Finalize format and track, maintain fixed asset records of the organization for  audit purpose

7. Maintain Fixed Assets Register/book - Ensure timely revenue receipt documentation for all donations, Receipt prepare & send soft copy as well dispatch same, Participant payment check with CC avenue and prepare receipt.

8. 100% timely payment and renewals maintained through a timeline tracker

9. Bank related work and relationship with bankers


The position will be based in CCS headquarters in Delhi 

Recruitment Process :

Written Assessment at the CCS office or online (outstation candidates)

Interview - Face to face / Telephonic (outstation candidates)

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

1.Knowledge of Tally ERP 9, Excel and Accounting principles.

2. Prefer working in a collaborative, cross-team capacity. This role requires you to work across functions and departments.

3. Good Communication Skills in Hindi and English​

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Centre For Civil Society
  • About Organization:

    CCS has pioneered educational and outreach programs on a liberal approach to public policy for a diverse audience comprising of students, journalists, development leaders and young professionals through its Academy. The academy introduces, engages and connects with students and influencers to develop new leaders with new ideas to change the climate of opinion towards liberal approach to public policy. It does so through certificate courses, credit programs, colloquia and lecture series. Each year the academy engages with over 3,000 change agents (those who are the multiplier of ideas and are in positions of influence) and future leaders (the best young minds aged 18-25). In its 21st year of translating policy into practice, CCS boasts of over 8,000 alumni, many of whom have sought careers in the fields of public policy, journalism, education, politics and so on.