JOB SUMMARY: Direct and oversee all activities related to treasury operations and cash services; Assists in the management of the Center’s financial resources (e.g., monitors fund movements, long-term and short-term investment, and recommends investment options) and cash management; ensure optional utilization of funds for increased value and earnings at a minimal risk and to provide liquidity for the operating expenses of the Center.
Graduate of a 4-year degree course preferably in Commerce or Business Management major in Accountancy or related fields; Master's Degree and/or certified money trader is an advantage.
Five (5) year-related experience, in a managerial capacity, in a similar post.
Knowledge in GAAP/GAAS standards and understanding general laws, rules, and policies mandated by government regulatory agencies and their application.
Highly proficient in management particularly in controlling and monitoring cash flows
Highly skilled in liaising, coordinating, and networking with financial institutions for benchmarking purposes
Proficient in maximizing the use of cash resources
Proficient in financial resource management – planning, monitoring and evaluating, analyzing, and allocating resources
Proficient in financial forecasts using sound quantitative and qualitative tools
Proficient in developing and implementing procedures and guidelines for efficiency and quality of services in treasury operations
Innovativeness: seeks smart and creative solutions to emerging challenges
Flexibility/Adaptability to Change: work effectively with a variety of situations and adapt one’s thinking, behavior and style appropriately in dealing with change. Adapting to different ways of thinking and doing things in a quick and a positive manner
Professionalism: exemplifies high standards of professional behavior adhering to ethical as well as moral principles, values and standards of SEARCA
Effective Communication: conveys organized thoughts, listens diligently, and engages in formal or informal conversation or writing that is easily and clearly understood by the receiver or audience to acquire or relay information, and motivate people or change behavior
Team orientation: builds, develops and utilizes collaborative relationships to facilitate the accomplishment of the Center’s goals
Service orientation: anticipates and determines internal and external stakeholder’s needs and provide timely and relevant assistance
Attention to Detail: reports and records accurate information, spot errors in documents and other forms of written communication, and notices quality issues on various work projects
Problem Solving and Decision Making: addresses issues and concerns with decisive action based on a systematic process of problem analysis and solution-seeking
Negotiation: Uses proper influence skills to obtain positive outcomes and make decisions that align with the strategic direction of the Center
Strategic management: Able to “see the big picture,” think multi-dimensionally, craft innovative solutions, identify connections between situations or things that are not obviously related, and come up with new ideas and different ways to enhance Center effectiveness and responsiveness, thereby influence and realign the Center’s goals and directions; monitors and reviews data from various aspects of corporate planning, and recommends enhancements
Risk management: identifies, analyzes, evaluates, and deals with risks relative to the achievement of goals and targets in general and of the offices/departments in particular
Empowering others: creates an enabling environment, which nurtures and sustains a performance-based, mentoring culture that includes a strong focus on developing people for current and future needs, managing talent, and promoting the value of continuous learning and improvement
Excellent interpersonal, and client orientation skills
Able to work with individual from different cultural/national backgrounds
Able to coordinate and network with all partners and stakeholders and seek support of people who can contribute to achievement of goals