Yes, I want to educate a girl and change the world. 

Educate a girl. Change the world.

Yes, I want to educate a girl and change the world. 

Finance Associate

Are you a finance professional looking for an opportunity to make an impact on the lives of girls and women in an area of the world where potential far outweighs opportunity? Under new leadership, Central Asia Institute is growing its dedicated team. We’re looking for a Finance Associate to help set direction and inspire donors and the development team as we move into our twenty-fifth anniversary year.

The Finance Associate is a part-time, functional role that supports the Finance and Accounting Manager with day-to-day financial procedures including managing account records, banking, payroll and tax preparation, preparing financial statements, and preparing financial data for audits, reviews, and taxation. This role will also help oversee international grant administration.

Founded in 1996, Central Asia Institute (CAI) supports impoverished and remote communities in Central Asia to unlock the full potential of girls and women through education. CAI collaborates with local communities to overcome societal and economic barriers that prevent children, especially girls, from receiving education and women from accessing jobs. Our approach of working through local partners to provide education and livelihood skills, especially to girls and women, has proven effective time and again in demonstrating that when girls and women thrive, their families, communities, and nations prosper.

The position will initially be part-time, but there is potential to transition into a full-time Finance Manager role.

The position is based in Bozeman, MT but telework/telecommuting will be considered.

To apply, please submit a resume, cover letter, and salary expectations to:

Read the full job description here.



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