The Nature Conservancy Vacancy: Accountant - Fisheries Conservation Program, Bali - Indonesian
The Nature Conservancy is a conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people.

Currently we are searching for a qualified candidate to fill the position of:


The Accountant is responsible to implement and manage the accounting system in compliance with The Nature Conservancy internal requirement. S/he is responsible for preparing and/or reviewing general ledger transactions to insure accuracy of TNC’s financial reports. S/He performs a variety of routine and non-routine accounting-related tasks, verifies accuracy and coding for journal entry transactions and compares against source documents to ensure compliance with established accounting procedures.

The Accountant is responsible for the day-to-day maintenance of a complete and accurate general ledger and in preparing basic financial reports. S/He provides support to the Finance & Admin Manager – Marine Program in administering grants/sub-grants. S/He maintains the company’s Account Payables, general ledger, vendor payments and weekly and month-end reporting. S/He may reconcile accounts and resolve discrepancies. S/He may perform clerical duties related to accounting tasks/functions.

Duties may encompass a wide range of detailed accounting/financial transactions from preparation of check request, review EER and MER, through general and subsidiary ledger entries, financial report preparation and reconciliation, bank statements and budget reporting. 

S/He understands work plan budget and the activities of the Fisheries Conservation Program, in order to be able to track and evaluate financial performance of program implementation. S/He must be able to identify activity and source of fund of every transaction; and to consult with Finance Manager and Program Director for any variances. S/He generates periodic internal and external financial reports. In coordination with Contract Administrator, S/He maintains all Contract For Services and Sub Grants, to ensure that all outstandings have been accounted in the periodic financial report.

This position is based in Bali and will report directly to the Finance & Admin Manager – Marine Program. S/He will coordinate and work closely with the Finance team in Jakarta office.

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance and 3-4 year of related work experience or equivalent combination
  • Knowledge of GAAP and understanding of the basic principles of fund accounting
  • May require working knowledge of grants accounting
  • Solid knowledge and experience using automated systems
  • Demonstrated experience in MS Office, Word, Excel.  May require database management skills with ability to produce reports. Ability to use advanced computer functions including ability to navigate the Internet
  • Proven organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Excellent organizational skills, including establishment of priorities and commitment to deadlines
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to work well with people
Please send your CV & application letter to, not later than September 12, 2014. Please insert: Accountant-Fisheries Conservation Program in your email subject.