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Treasury Officer

The Opportunity 

  • The Treasury Department is a small specialist team that utilises technology to leverage its services to more than 50 country offices, 19 National Organisations and 3 Field Country National Organisations. The department transacts approx. 900 foreign exchange transactions a year amounting to in the region of €400,000,000 per annum and manages a deposit book daily of approx. €100,000,000 per day.  The Treasury Department utilizes a Salmon treasury management system and SAP general ledger.
  • The post falls within Plan Treasury Services and within Central Finance, which sits in Global Finance.
  •  Reporting to the Director of Plan Treasury Services, this role will be responsible: International payments, manages receipts of funds from the member organisations, and the preparation of field Treasury Reporting.  
  • Within this role, it is likely that you will interact daily with National Organisation Finance Directors, Country Finance Managers, Regional Finance Managers, as well as the Relationship Directors and the dealers of Plan’s global banks.
  • The post ensures that the 50+ countries have adequate cash funding daily whilst monitoring budgets.
  • The post supports the financial transactions of Treasury and maintains the treasury reporting.
  • The post holder must have an excellent working knowledge of bank payments systems and international payment protocols and Excel.

Global Safeguarding & PSHEA Culture Advisor

The Opportunity 

  • As the Safeguarding and PSHEA Culture Advisor, you will work closely with the Global Safeguarding/PSHEA Technical Advisors, to support the strengthening of Safeguarding and PSHEA Culture throughout the organisation, ensuring the strengthening of our inclusive safeguarding approaches applied with an intersectional lens.
  • Your focus will be on the supporting and/or taking on the delivery of our safeguarding culture workshops, these include: Power, Privilege and Bias, Anti Racism, Masculinities for PSHEA, Exploring the Power Within, Honouring the Call of the Self. 
  • You will be required to have strong linkages with our Gender and Inclusion and People & Culture colleagues.

The Individual  

  • You will need to previous experience of delivering internal workshops/sessions on areas such as power,privilege/bias/anti-Racism or have a background in coaching/counselling, psychotherapy to staff.
  • With strong interpersonal and communication skills in English and preferably French. You will have the ability to inspire and influence, while taking into account cultural and language differences. 
  • You will need knowledge of safeguarding, PSHEA, Code of Conduct, gender, and inclusion policies and strategies, including tools, procedures, and guidance in relation to safeguarding and PSHEA.
  • Understanding as well as passion for Plan International’s values and commitment to promoting safeguarding, PSHEA and equality, including gender and race equality, inclusion and girls’ empowerment extends to associates and external partners.
  • With good problem-solving skills with demonstrated ability to analyse information and develop innovative solutions that will enable changes in organisational culture
  • Ability to distinguish and describe key gender equality and inclusion concepts (including equity, discrimination, inclusion, exclusion, gender, social and gender norms, root causes and transformation).


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