Main tasks and responsibilities include but not limited to orientation and exposure to:
1. Book Keeping documentation.
2. Fund Raising batches.
3. Organizing data for funds received.
4. Accounts reconciliation including bank, donor, vendor etc.
5. TDS and other compliances.
6. Management Reporting data flow including International.
8. Other Finance Tasks.
Contract, payment and other Indication:
1. MSF India intern will get travel allowance for the number of days attending the office (per day INR 182 and for 22 working days INR 4000) on a pro-rata basis.
2. Any additional expenses must be approved and will be reimbursed on the submission of bills.
3. This role is an opportunity to gain experience in the professional learning of MSF Finance department and its activities. Also there will be ample opportunity to learn about MSF work worldwide.
Doctors Without Borders/Medicine Sans Frontiers (MSF) is an international humanitarian medical aid organization working in more than 65 countries worldwide. Medicine Sans Frontiers is neutral, impartial, independent, and not linked to any political party or governmental body. It provides emergency medical assistance to people in need, irrespective of their nationality, race or religion. In 1996, MSF received the Indira Gandhi Prize for Peace, Disarmament and Development and in 1999 MSF was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. MSF has worked in India since 1999 and provides medical treatment to hundreds of thousands of Indian patients.
MSF provides free-of-charge essential healthcare. MSF runs hospitals and clinics, perform surgery, fight epidemics, operate feeding centres for malnourished children and offer mental healthcare. MSF currently runs projects in the states of Bihar, Manipur, Maharashtra, Jammu & Kashmir, Chhattisgarh and Telangana. MSF India is one of 24 offices and operational centres in Europe, America, Asia and Australasia, pooling funding, expertise and staff for MSF field operations. MSF India has three key objectives in support of field operations: the recruitment of skilled medical and non-medical staff, the raising of vital funds, and public information work.